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SPIRIT Peer Empowerment Center remains open for services

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The Spirit Peer Empowerment Center will remain open to public access for mental health peer support services as well as showers, food and laundry. In light of COVID-19, the center is primarily focused on helping those struggling with homelessness. However, volunteers are also available to offer mental health peer support over the phone by calling 530-274-1431. The Spirit Peer Empowerment Center is located at 276 Gates Place in Grass Valley. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, visit

https://spiritpeerempowermentcenter.org or call the number mentioned above.

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