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Diversity & Inclusion at University Libraries: Community Resources

Community Resources

The mission is to promote visual arts, history and heritage of the mountains through educational programs, exhibitions, and significant permanent collections.

Daymark Recovery Services provides an array of outpatient and psychiatric services for the treatment of mental illnesses, substance use disorders, or developmental disabilities. Services are tailored to individual needs and delivered using evidence based approaches to increase effectiveness

The mission at the Hunger & Health Coalition is to be a resource for individuals and families within our community that are struggling to provide themselves with basic needs such as food, prescribed medications, and heat during winter.

Provides support, education and caring connections to families who: have children with diverse physical, emotional, intellectual or health needs; have a child born prematurely, or are grieving the loss of a child.

The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts will continue to be an engaging and accessible resource responding to diverse educational, cultural and health needs by meeting participants wherever they are in their personal relationship with the visual arts and providing them with opportunities to access the power of the arts to help learn, grow and heal.

A collection of resources aimed at supporting diverse community needs.

Thee mission of the Western North Carolina Down Syndrome Alliance is to help create a community that will be educated, supportive and inclusive of individuals with Down Syndrome.

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Mollie Peuler
Belk Library