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Alice Jewell CEO the McKenna Foundation talks with Rachel about the ongoing problem with the lack of affordable workforce housing in our community, how it has been amplified during the pandemic, and the committee working on solutions.

David Garcia Youth Services Director at Recovery Werks tells Rachel how they differ from other substance abuse recovery programs and how they cater mostly to teens and young adults.

Alice Jewell CEO with the McKenna Foundation tells Rachel the Comal Emergency Relief effort/team is still providing resources to those affected by Covid-19 through many different avenues including and they are in need of donations.

Eloise Hudson Communications Coordinator for CASA of Central Texas tells Rachel that they are in a push for 50 new volunteers for CASA volunteers by the end of the year, they have more children in foster care that they have volunteers to advocate on their behalf and she make a plea for the

Evan Partee Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Comal and Guadalupe Counties tells Rachel about the upcoming virtual 5K “Hot Run” fundraiser.
Weslea Miller Provisions Outreach with the Bulverde Food Pantry tells Rachel that they have been open throughout the health crisis assisting food insecure families, and about the upcoming school supply drive on August 1st.
Alice Jewell CEO McKenna Foundation tells Rachel how important it is to maintain perspective during this health crisis, and to keep the big picture in mind as we respond to the emergency need in our community.
Monica Borrego Executive Director NB Food Bank gives us updated information on how the food bank is handling the extra need in our community during the pandemic.
Andrew Kim Comal ISD Superintendent tells Rachel what is new with CISD during the pandemic.
United Way of Comal County Allocation Category Leads discuss the application process and how the health crisis we are in has changed some of the ways they do that.
Comal County Judge Sherman Krause talks with Rachel about the number of Covid-19 cases, testing for the virus and antibodies, and safe ways to move forward as we begin the reopening process.
Kellie Stallings Connections Individual and Family Services talks with Rachel about ways to help maintain mental health and reduce or cope with conflict during quarantine.
Brett Mosher Executive Director at New Braunfels Christian Ministries tells Rachel how Volunteers In Medicine and New Braunfels Kids Club are operating differently but still serving individuals and families in our community during this pandemic.
New Braunfels Mayor Barron Casteel give us an update on Governor Abbott's latest reopening strategies and what that will look like in our community.