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Clothing drive benefits Safe Harbor Crisis House

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From page A3 | October 29, 2013 |

Safe Harbor Crisis House, a program of the Yolo Community Care Continuum, needs help restocking its clothing closet before the winter weather blows in.

“Clients often check into Safe Harbor with just the clothing on their backs,” a news release said. “It’s important to help them get a good start in their recovery process with a fresh set of clothing in their size.”

Needed are new socks, underwear and T-shirts as well as gently used men’s and women’s everyday clothing. Donations may be dropped off at The Davis Enterprise, 315 G St. in downtown Davis; at YCCC’s administrative offices, 168 College St. in Woodland; and at Winters City Hall, 318 First St. in Winters.

Monetary donations are always welcome and may be sent to YCCC, P.O. Box 1101, Davis, CA 95617 (attention: Clothing Drive).

Safe Harbor Crisis House provides short-term residential treatment for individuals experiencing a psychiatric crisis. It gives them an intermediate step when they don’t need hospitalization but are unable, due to psychiatric issues, to live at home.

For more than 30 years, YCCC has provided community-based programs for people experiencing a psychiatric disability. Safe Harbor accepts admissions of Yolo County residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week through referral by psychiatrists, case managers and therapists.

For more information about YCCC, call 530-758-2160; for clothing drive questions, call Jenny at 530-304-9928.

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