Griselda is thankful that El Modena continued to provide services. She is not insured but is able to see a doctor through the free mobile clinic, she gets a food box weekly that feeds her family, and also utilizes Clementine, the Mobile Food Trolley.
“Having the clinic come to the center, especially during these times, was reassuring. The services and support that EMFRC offers means a lot to me and my family. It’s moral support and emotional relief for us and the community. In addition, there were creative ways to keep services going like the Karate Program’s virtual classes. These helped the youth stay engaged and connected. Also, CEAC members were able to meet through ZOOM so we can continue to help our community. The community is aware of the support that the center provides, it is crucial in these times.”