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Salvos’ Bushfire Mobile Recovery Teams Moving Again on the South Coast

The Salvation Army’s Mobile Bushfire Recovery Teams are returning to the NSW South Coast after the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and social distancing rules.

Phone and web-based Recovery Services continued in all bushfire-impacted regions during the onset of COVID-19, while personal support and counselling had been suspended.

The Mobile Recovery Teams will provide emergency financial relief and assess grant applications, Moneycare Financial Counselling and personal support from a Salvation Army Officer.

The resumption of face-to-face assistance complements ongoing access to Salvos’ bushfire disaster recovery support via 1300-662-217 and

Bega Valley Shire – Bega, Quaama/Cobargo and communities

Monday June 29 to Friday July 3

Bega – Zingel Pl, opposite Council Chambers Mon 29/6 9am-5pm Tue 23/6 8am-4pm Wed 24/6 7am-3pm Quaama – Cobargo Road, opposite the Community Hall Thu 25/6 8am-4pm Fri 26/6 7am-3pm < Closing times will be flexible and respond to demand >

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