GLOUCESTER – Adult Foster Care of the North Shore (AFCNS) recently donated 40 pounds of feminine hygiene products to Beverly Bootstraps. The products will be made available to people who would otherwise not be able to afford them.
Cynthia Bjorlie, M.D., Program Director of Adult Foster Care of the North Shore, said, “This donation will make an enormous difference for many women and families in our community, and we are glad to be able to help.”
AFCNS is a MassHealth funded program that supports home living for adults with disabilities. Adult Foster Care of the North Shore provides a wide range of solutions for its clients and their caregivers living at home by supporting the client with the disability and paying a monthly stipend to the caregiver.
About Adult Foster Care of the North Shore
Adult Foster Care of the North Shore was founded in 2001 to provide financial, emotional and clinical support solutions for families who are in need of care for a loved one with a disability or chronic illness. AFCNS is a single-focused agency that is dedicated to keeping clients at home. For more information, please visit www.adultfostercarens.com