“I believe people will be excited to learn about our continuum of care which extends well beyond shelter,” said Betsy Frantz, President and CEO of A-SPAN. “I’m encouraging everyone who has ever wondered what we do at A-SPAN to join us on Feb. 12.”
Tommy McFly, D.C. radio and television celebrity, will share what it takes to successfully operate a 24/7 homeless services center during COVID-19.
“I’m excited to host this important event showcasing how A-SPAN makes a profound impact on those experiencing homelessness,” said McFly, a long-time Washingtonian who, with Kelly Collis, launched the local Real.Fun.DC. broadcast channel and “The Tommy + Kelly Show” on Alexa, Google Home and the Real.Fun.DC. app.
— Tommy McFLY (@TommyMcFLY) February 1, 2021
A-SPAN believes everyone deserves to be stable and free from the threat of homelessness and provides services including shelter, rapid and permanent supportive housing, day programs, medical respite, job/life skills coaching, and street outreach. For more information, contact Scott Miller at [email protected].
Visit a-span.org to register online and learn more about the event.
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