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updated: 4/28/2014 1:20 PM

Housing help in Waukegan April 29

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Local organizations, housing providers, and social service agencies that can help people find or remain in housing, settle disputes, protect housing rights and provide other services will be available to the public from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at the Most Blessed Trinity, Holy Family Youth Center, 450 Keller Ave., Waukegan.

Participants include Prairie State Legal Services, which provides free legal services to low-income persons; Most Blessed Trinity, which runs a soup kitchen, food pantry, domestic violence shelter, and education and assistance to immigrant individuals and families; and the Fuller Center for Housing, Hero Project Lake County, which helps individuals with housing, jobs, and food.

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Visitors can drop in any time. Contact Kara Grubb, (224) 321-5607 or for more information.

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