A new report from Mental Health America, a nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness, reveals that many youths in America are not getting the mental health treatment they need.
Animal neglect, abuse, cases of rabies, overcrowding at shelters, crates on top of crates, not enough money to buy needed resources. Sounds like an overwhelming problem. And it has been at the Fairfield County Animal Shelter. But Bob Innes has been working almost around the clock to change what had become standard at the overcrowded facility. Mr. Innes has been the director of the shelter for five years.
The location right at the corner of Sumter and Calhoun streets will still offer all the delicious foods and pastries as in past years, but the usual dancing, drinking, singing, and mingling will be on hold because of the Covid pandemic.