NEWS FROM DAC NW

DAC NW BUSY WITH MARCH EVENTS

Disability Action Center will host a second restaurant fundraiser at Patty’s Kitchen in Moscow. This month, you can go out to eat on Sunday, March 19th anytime between 4 and 9 pm. Most meals are around $10 and Patty’s Kitchen makes GREAT Mexican food.

The way it works is simple, there will be a box at the event and you just drop your receipt in before you leave. Then 15% of all receipts will be given to DAC to help fund their Durable Medical Goods exchange.

Through DAC’s Durable Medical Exchange, a program that has been in existence for 11 years, people with temporary or permanent disabilities can secure durable medical equipment free of charge. DAC helps people find manual wheel chairs, power chairs/scooters, bath benches/seats, commodes, lift recliners, tablets or laptop computers, smart phone/iPods, ramps, support bars, transfer boards, canes, crutches and walkers. More than 800 pieces of durable medical equipment have been given to people who otherwise could not afford them.SPRING FLING DANCE

March 24th 5-8 pm

Lewiston Community Center

Dance for transitional youth and friends ages 16-24. Entertainment provided by DJ Joe. For more information call 208-746-9033

DAC NW has 3 offices to serve you. www.dacnw.org

Moscow
505 North Main Street
Moscow ID 83843
(208) 883-0523 VOICE-TDD
(208) 883-0524 FAX
(800) 475-0070

Post Falls
3726 E Mullan Ave
Post Falls ID 83854
(208) 664-9896 VOICE-TDD
(208) 666-1362 FAX
(800) 854-9500

Lewiston
330 5th Street
Lewiston ID 83501
(208) 746-9033 VOICE-TDD
(208) 746-1004 FAX
(888) 746-9033