This Saturday, March 2, you can discover the available resources within the City of Tuscaloosa for the community at the New Heights Community Resource Fair.

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The event is hosted by New Heights, TCS, and their community partners at New Heights from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., located at 3834 21st St, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.

New Heights Community Resource Fair
New Heights Community Resource Fair

According to the press release, this event aims to enhance the community's awareness of available resources within the City of Tuscaloosa.

You can connect with local organizations and businesses dedicated to enhancing the community. Gain insights into a variety of essential services, including health and wellness, employment opportunities, housing options, educational resources, financial assistance, transportation services, and beyond.

The event is open to the public, and admission is FREE!

“A guest speaker will discuss the importance of the TCS property tax increase and how the funding will improve Tuscaloosa City Schools. There will be inflatables, a 360 photobooth, face painting, free haircuts, entertainment, food trucks, and more,” said the press release.

Community Partners at the Resource Fair According to New Heights


Alabama Department of Public Health Immunization Division- Improve vaccine rates by promoting educational materials with four different campaigns, which are Flu/Pneu, Back to School, Protect 3, and HPV


Disability Rights & Resources- Disability Resources


Literacy Council of West Alabama- Books and Tutors!


EMS Prevention- Information/resources regarding any medical, social, and/or mental health needs of all attendees


West AlabamaWorks!- Employment Opportunities using our job board


Tuscaloosa Reads- Tuscaloosa Reads seeks to foster an atmosphere of literacy engagement throughout our community by supporting initiatives, delivering and exploring high quality text, and connecting families to literacy resources


Kristen Amerson Youth Foundation- Mental Health Resources & Suicide Prevention and Awareness


Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa- new home ownership, home repair, lead paint remediation


Five Horizons Health Services- HIV/STI Testing, HIV/STI Education, A list of Services offered by Five Horizons


Schoolyard Roots- host a spring seed give-away with free vegetable seeds available for folks who would like to try planting a garden at home; we will also provide information about our programs and share garden knowledge as needed.


UWWA- 24/7 call,text,chat call specialist that links caller to community resources


Shelton State Community College - Eligible high school students can enroll at Shelton to earn college credits in academic and technical programs.


Tuscaloosa's One Place- A Family Resource Center; Parenting Education, Workforce Development, Teen Intervention Services, Mobile Food Pantries, After School Programs, School Social Workers


Shelton State Community College - Workforce Development- Workforce Developments programs, e.g., Heavy Equipment Operator Training, Commercial Driving License Training, Med Tech Program, Forklift Driver Training, Alabama Career Essentials


READY- resources for the community on preventing substance abuse.


Maude Whatley- Holistic health care for the community


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