Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 3:09pm
By JonChristopher Collins
A Simmering Center client was in a car accident resulting in long-term effects, according to a press release; a grant from the Skaggs Foundation is helping Simmering Center clients like this.
Garrett Rose lives with the effects of the car accident. He was recently released from prison. “I often, out of nowhere, get reoccurring headaches and I also have dental pain,” Rose said in the press release. The release also notes the impact past life styles can have on clients medication costs.
“When clients arrive to the Simmering Center in Branson, oftentimes they are malnourished and in poor health as a result of their past lifestyle. With little to no money, even over-the-counter medications to relieve aches and pains can be unaffordable.” Funds given to the Simering Center will assist clients in getting needed medicines.
The story was originally published and can be read in full on Ozarks DynaCom’s websites.