Cold War Patriots to Host a Free Resource Fair
Fair is for former Rocky Flats and Coors Porcelain workers, their families and local seniors ~
DENVER, COLO. – Cold War Patriots (CWP), a community resource advocacy group that helps nuclear weapons and uranium workers and their families get the recognition, compensation and healthcare they have earned, will host a free resource fair for former Rocky Flats and Coors Porcelain workers, their families and local seniors in Arvada on Wed. Aug 23. The event takes place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Arvada Center (6901 Wadsworth Blvd., Arvada).
Special presentations will be given by Westminster Mayor, Herb Atchison, the U.S. DOL Office of the Ombudsman for EEOICPA, Professional Case Management, and Murph Widdowfield with the Rocky Flats Cold War Museum. The resource fair is free to attend, and lunch will be provided. Participants will receive giveaways, and the chance to win exciting door prizes.
The resource fair will connect former workers and the general senior population to over 20 local entities. Those include: Building Trades National Medical Program, Covenant Village of Colorado, Collier Lutheran Hospice and Palliative Care, Critical Care Pulmonary and Sleep Associates, Lutheran Medical Center, Professional Case Management, and Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors. Attendees can also receive complimentary blood pressure and oxygen saturation tests.
CWP has been hosting these annual events at different locations around the country since 2009. “This is one-stop-shopping for community resources ranging from healthcare to financial, safety and benefits information, and we look forward to welcoming everyone to this year’s event,” says Tim Lerew, CWP Chairperson. “Our resource fairs have a celebratory feel as old friends – whether they are former nuclear weapons workers or others in the senior population – gather together. It’s always an informative, entertaining time!”
To learn more, visit ColdWarPatriots.org.
About Cold War Patriots (CWP)
Cold War Patriots (CWP) is part of Professional Case Management (PCM), which provides specialized in-home healthcare services to former and current nuclear weapons and uranium workers. CWP is a community resource and advocacy group and the nation’s strongest and most sustained voice to advocate for worker benefits. CWP helps former nuclear weapons and uranium workers get the recognition, compensation and care they have earned. CWP, the first national association to connect workers with benefits, does this work for free on behalf of its more than 40,000 members. Visit www.coldwarpatriots.org or call 888-903-8989 for more information.