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Workers install a sign out in front of the new Monument Crisis Center as the organization moves into a new site at 1990 Market Street in Concord, Calif., on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. The MCC provides assistance to at-risk and low-income families and individuals in Contra Costa County. The new larger space will help the MCC expand its programs and offer food, resources and referrals to people in need. The first floor of the facility will open on February 10th and the second floor, which includes classrooms and many other special spaces will be finished and open around March 1. (Dan Honda/Bay Area News Group)

Workers, above, install a sign in front of the Monument Crisis Center as the organization moves into its new location at 1990 Market St. in Concord. The new larger space will help the center expand its programs and offer food, resources and referrals to people in need. After-school coordinator Rosa Delgado, top left, unpacks and organizes the intake area, while, bottom left, employees and volunteers move pallets of canned goods as they prepare to set up the food pantry. The first floor of the facility will open Feb. 10, and the second floor, which includes classrooms and other spaces will be finished and open around March 1. The center provides assistance to at-risk and low-income families and individuals in Contra Costa County.

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