Senator Carper visits the A.C.E. Peer Resource Center

From left, A.C.E. Peer Resource Center Director Jim Martin, Karen McGrath, Sussex County director for U.S. Sen. Thomas Carper, and Sen. Carper look on during a presentation on the center that assists people in crisis, including the homeless and those battling addiction.

SEAFORD — Last Friday U.S. Sen. Thomas Carper got to peer into grassroots efforts structured to help the homeless, addicts, persons battling mental health issues and those in crisis.

Community support, ongoing challenges and success stories punctuated Sen. Carper’s visit to the A.C.E. Peer Resource Center – a drop-in center with an open door that serves the homeless and drug and alcohol addicted in Sussex County.

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Mary Boardman