Community/Veterans/Senior Support & AOP

ACTS OF PEACE: Watch our Facebook page to learn of new updates. Like us on Facebook at: Montgomery First SDA                        

COMMUNITY SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM/CSFP: SENIOR BOXES:  For 60 and over only, in church parking lot. Distributed on 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 a.m.  First come, First serve. No restrooms available.                                                          Volunteers needed-for about an hour!  

MOBILE FOOD PANTRY:  AOP next Mobile Pantry date is possibly September. 

Call AL Food Bank for other locations if you can't make ours 334-263-3784. 

AOP FEEDING HOMELESS: Call Amy Mapp 334-220-1501 for information on this project.

Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority COVID HELP: No cost covid counseling services available. All our lives have changed--whether good or bad--and it causes stress. Call Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority for information, education, emotional support and links to resources. Services are free, confidential and anonymous. We are here for you: 1-888-720-8280 / with Alabama Apart Together Program. 


The following community support services not recommendations of the Seventh-day Adventist church but are simply provided here as information only.

Check out the Addiction Center and their Veteran helps.

Since 2006, The Mesothelioma Center at has been helping connect people impacted by mesothelioma and asbestos exposure with reliable information, world-class treatment, legal services, and so much more.


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Senior Lifestyle

iReviews Article: 

Grants for Seniors - A Guide for Seniors and Retirees 

What Is the Difference Between Independent Living and Assisted Living? 

Americans currently owe more than $1.74 trillion in student loan debt, and that number continues to rise. The student loan debt crisis that we face today is a result of many years of policy and legislation. Our experts at Bankrate created a guide that provides readers with the complete history of student loans, as well as their possible future.
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This free resource highlights the steps to maintaining your natural smile as you age, common dental health issues, paying for dental care, and more. Please take a look:

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Nursing Homes Abuse:                       Our mission is to be a complete resource center on abuse in nursing homes and to offer any help possible. We have added a ton of information on different types of abuse along with other resources and we will be updating it weekly. Check out our website below and feel free to explore: -

Drug or alcohol rehab programs that's are right for YOU.

Education Loan Finance (ELFI) info

Benefits for Veterans & their Caregivers

Assisted Living Research Institute: (, an industry-leading research organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by compiling comprehensive research, the latest studies, and real-world insight from experts, caregivers, and seniors into easy-to-understand actionable guides and resources. 

Everything You Need to Know About Nursing Home Abuse 

SENIOR RESOURCES: is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones.  Contact: Dolores Johnson, Community Outreach and Senior Advocate at (800) 207-7340         Here's the link for your reference:

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