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More than 30 agencies and individuals will gather at the University of New Mexico–Los Alamos (UNM-LA) Thursday to support area workers who are subject to layoffs from Los Alamos National Laboratory and others who are affected by a downturn in the local economy.The fair will be held from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in UNM-LA’s Student Service Building 2, at 4000 University Drive.Services range from entrepreneurial advice to state assistance for filing for unemployment, with a wide range of information in between.Stress management, emergency funds and emergency services, religious guidance and information about Alcoholics Anonymous will also be available, among many other services.“The purpose of the fair is to bring partner agencies together to raise public awareness of the availability and scope of program resources for human services, employment and economic development for citizens of Los Alamos and surrounding communities,” said Joan Story of the New Mexico Workforce Connection.The service fair is offered free of charge to the public, and there is no booth fee for participating agencies.“We have a mass collection of resources, and we’re trying to raise awareness for services in the community,” Story said.
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