H.A.B.I.T looks for people and pet volunteers

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-- H.A.B.I.T. is a nonprofit, group of volunteers working together to promote the bond between people and animals.

As a program of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, H.A.B.I.T. sponsors animal-assisted therapy programs for those of all ages in a variety of settings such as nursing and retirement homes, assisted living centers, hospitals, physical rehabilitation centers, and area schools.

We will be having our informational meeting at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine in Room A118. This building is located on the right as soon as you turn into the Agriculture Campus on Joe Johnson Drive.

Registration will begin at 6:00P.M. You may park in the lot to
the right of the stop light (Lot 66) behind the College of Veterinary Medicine.

DO NOT BRING YOUR PET- this meeting is for humans only
For liability purposes, attendance is required before a person can become a H.A.B.I.T.volunteer.

Please make every effort to attend this meeting. People are encouraged to attend, even if they are just interested in knowing more about H.A.B.I.T.

Attendance does not imply any obligations. Everyone is welcomed to attend this free informational meeting.

Please contact Karen Armsey, H.A.B.I.T. Program Administrator or Ruth Sapp, East TN H.A.B.I.T. Program Coordinator at either H.A.B.I.T.@utk.edu, or at (865) 974-5633, seating is
limited, so please call if attending.