Last Tuesday (14), residents of Conjunto Rosane Collor, located in the Clima Bom neighborhood, benefited from the 16th edition of the Arena de Serviços Nova Vida nas Grotas. This initiative, promoted by the Vida Nova nas Grotas program, aimed to bring essential services closer to the population, offering health care, education, citizenship and social assistance.
According to information released, a total of 4,807 services were provided in this action. The services offered included medical care with clinicians and specialists, registration with the Cria card, issuance of documents, registration with the social energy tariff, registration for professional training courses at the School of Tourism, as well as sports and leisure activities for children.
Housewife Maria Quitéria, a resident of Clima Bom for 32 years, expressed her satisfaction with the initiative, highlighting that the action was wonderful for the community. She emphasized the importance of health care, stating that “I hadn’t been able to see a doctor for years, today we all did, we even had an exam.”
The coordinator of the Vida Nova nas Grotas program, Marina Dantas, highlighted the engagement of state departments in the actions, emphasizing the government’s commitment to caring for those who need it most.
This edition of the Services Arena included partnerships with the State Departments of Health (Sesau), Violence Prevention (Seprev), Women and Human Rights (Semudh), First Childhood (Cria), Social Assistance and Development (Seades), Citizenship and Persons with Disabilities (Secdef), Tourism (Setur), Education (Seduc), Sports and Leisure (Selaj), in addition to Equatorial Energia.
The event was a success and demonstrated the government’s commitment to bringing quality and essential services to the communities most in need. The initiative was positively received by residents and highlighted the positive impact that actions like this have on the well-being and quality of life of the population.