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In the Wake of Hurricane Michael, AARP Florida Is Helping Communities Recover


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ON OCTOBER 10TH, "HURRICANE MICHAEL" HIT NORTH FLORIDA WITH DEVASTATING FORCE.  AND, THE JOURNEY BACK WON'T BE QUICK.  BUT, "A-A-R-P FLORIDA'S" STATE-DIRECTOR, JEFF JOHNSON, SAYS THE ORGANIZATION WILL BE WITH RESIDENTS--EVERY STEP OF THE WAY...

(JOHNSON):
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WE KNOW THAT PEOPLE OVER 50 ARE OFTEN AMONG THOSE WHO ARE HIT THE HARDEST, IN A NATURAL DISASTER.  SO, WE'RE WORKING TO HELP NORTH FLORIDIANS RECOVER FROM THE STORM:  WE’RE HELPING THEM FIND AND APPLY FOR BENEFITS; FIGHT OFF CON-ARTISTS; AND CARE FOR FAMILY-MEMBERS AND FRIENDS WHO MAY BE STRUGGLING, AFTER THE STORM.  IN BOTH TALLAHASSEE AND WASHINGTON, WE'LL FIGHT FOR CONSUMERS AND STORM-STRICKEN COMMUNITIES, ALIKE.  AND, IN THE MONTHS TO COME, WE'LL WORK TO HELP COMMUNITIES REBUILD--STRONGER, SAFER, AND MORE LIVABLE, FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES."

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TO LEARN HOW TO GET HELP--OR GIVE HELP--AFTER "HURRICANE MICHAEL", CALL 1-866-595-7678--WEEKDAYS.  THAT'S 1-866-595-7678.



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