The Salvation Army's Mobile Bushfire Disaster Recovery teams will travel to the Snowy Region during the first week of March and will be in Bombala on Wednesday, March 3
They will be offering advice to residents impacted by the 'Black Summer' bushfires at the Community Centre Car Park,163 Maybe Street, Bombala between the hours of 9am and 4pm each day.
The Salvos teams will be providing information and support to residents, including financial counselling and some new grants.
Residents who qualify may be eligible for a variety of grants, including:
- Youth grant
- Hardship grant
- Total Loss grant
- Household Goods grant
Grants and Financial Counselling will be offered to anyone experiencing hardship, while chaplaincy and Salvation Army Outreach services are also available.
"This is a great opportunity to get practical, free and confidential advice," Salvation Army's Bushfire Recovery Project Officer, Ja Davis said.
"It's been 12 months since last year's devastating bushfire disaster, but we know that many people are still experiencing hardship.
"If you're struggling, whether it is financially, mentally or spiritually, please come along, we're here to help."