Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Albany Reopens

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
875 N. Randolph St., Suite 225
Arlington, VA   22203
www.nmcrs.org

Contact: Shelley Marshall, Captain, United States Navy (Retired)
Vice President, Chief Development and Communications Officer
(703) 696-7449/(800) 654-8364 office
DSN 426-4904
(703) 395-1065 cell
Fax (703) 696-0144
shelley.marshall@nmcrs.org

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Albany Reopens

Arlington, VA, Tuesday, November 28, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Emergency Services Office (ESO) will reopen on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 9 a.m.  The office is located in the Marine and Family Services building, located at 814 Radford Blvd, Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB), Albany, GA.

Although NMCRS Albany is an Emergency Services Office and not a full-service office typical of larger bases such as the one located on the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, according to Brandi Frazier, Director, NMCRS Kings Bay, much of the financial assistance and education to be provided from the Albany office will be typical of that provided by any full-service office.

“In 2011, more than $100,000 of financial assistance in the form of interest-free loans and grants was provided by the NMCRS Kings Bay office to Marines, retirees and families from the MCLB Albany area.  The Society provides much needed funds to service members in need and I am very excited to be providing services locally once again at MCLB Albany.  The support of the base and command leadership have really made this possible,” says Frazier.

Society volunteers Heather Challet and Nicole Onuska will operate NMCRS Albany.  Upon selection as the NMCRS Albany ESO representatives, Heather and Nicole received training and became certified as Emergency Service Caseworkers at NMCRS Kings Bay. 

NMCRS Albany will be open Mondays and Wednesdays 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and as needed.  To schedule an appointment, call the office at (229) 639-5453. 
NMCRS, a non-profit, charitable organization, provides financial assistance and education to active duty and retired members of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, their eligible family members and survivors – when in need. NMCRS is staffed by nearly 3,500 volunteers, and a small cadre of employees, in offices around the world – ashore and aboard ships.

For more information regarding NMCRS programs, services or ways to donate please visit www.nmcrs.org.
 

 

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