Pasco County tax collector Mike Fasano and The Volunteer Way will offer four services in one place at locations in both Zephyrhills and Dade City on Tuesday.
The Volunteer Way Mobile Pantry, the Public Defender Medical Mobile Unit, Mobile Hot Showers, and the Florida Licensing on Wheels — better known as the FLOW Mobile — have all teamed up to offer their services to homeless and low-income people in the morning in Zephyrhills, and in the afternoon in Dade City.
The first stop is at Victorious Church of God in Christ, 7517 Bayleaf St., in Zephyrhills, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. After that, the collection of services will move to the New Life Assembly of God, 38012 Trilby Road in Dade City from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
“These excellent community programs will be available for all who may be in need,” Fasano said in a release. “From medical care to state-issued ID cards, services that people may not have easy access to will be in one convenient location. I encourage anyone who may be in need to come out and receive the services that you require.”
The Volunteer Way Mobile Pantry will give free boxes of food to homeless and low-income people in these areas that do no have transportation ore access to food pantries. No identification is required.
The Pasco Public Defender Medical Mobile Unit will provide free flu shots and medical care for uninsured individuals.
Mobile Hot Showers will be available for homeless people who want to take a hot shower, a service offered for free.
The FLOW Mobile will issue learners permits, issue or renew Florida ID cards, replace licenses or ID cards, renew existing Florida licenses that require a chance of name or address, and replace out-of-state licenses with a Florida license. ID cards are free for homeless people who provide a letter.
For fees and required documents for the FLOW Mobile, visit GatherGoGet.com.
For information, call Martha O’Brien at (727) 815-0433, or Greg Giordano at (727) 847-8179.
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