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Lieutenant governor's office, Cohen Clinic to hold constituent services day
Lt. Gov. Burt Jones
Lt. Gov. Burt Jones discussed the importance the state has put on mental health for veterans, service members and their families at the Cohen Military Family Clinic. Photo by Pat Donahue

ATLANTA - On Thursday, October 5, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones’ statewide field representatives and staff from the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic will be hosting mobile office hours for constituents in Liberty County and the surrounding communities.

Along with the Cohen Clinic, several state agencies will staff tables for constituent questions and requests.

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic: Provide mental health services for the entire military community.

Department of Driver Services: Provide secure driver and identity credentials to customers.

Department of Human Services: Comprises three divisions – Aging Services, Child Support Services and Family and Children Services

Georgia Public Library Service: Provide resources for educational, recreational and informational needs.

State Board of Pardons and Paroles: Ensure public safety, protect victims' rights, and provide offenders with opportunities for positive change.

WHAT: Liberty County and Cohen Military Clinic Constituent Services Day

WHO: Staff from Lt. Gov. Burt Jones’ office

Staff from Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic

Department of Driver Services

Department of Human Services

Georgia Public Library Service

State Board of Pardons and Paroles

WHEN/WHERE: Thursday, October 5

10 a.m.-12 noon

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic – Community Room

345 W Memorial Dr


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