Group Known by Some as "UCP" Helps Residents Who are Disabled

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A state funded Family Support Program is known by few, but serves to help many. Jo Ver Mulm told WGNS that United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee facilitates the support program that is already on schedule to help over 240 residents of Rutherford County this year.

Family Support helps disabled residents pay for things like transportation, additional care at home, wheelchairs, certain medical procedures and more. Learn more about this story at (below).


The contact number is 796-3341. You can also visit them online at

Hear the Complete Interview by Bryan Barrett (18-min and 23-sec):


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