Tag Archives: Community

“Resilience” Film Showing

This event is free and no registration is required. The showing will be held at Lange Middle School. See the film trailer here: https://kpjrfilms.co/resilience/  

Identifying Drug Endangered Children: A Collaborative Approach

Who Should Attend: Child Welfare, Law Enforcement, District Attorneys, Probation/Parole, Treatment, Ongoing Service Providers, Education, Fire, EMS, Judges, Community members, and other First Responders who have a job which impacts children and families. You will gain awareness about drug endangered children and the risks they face and understand the many opportunities (often missed) to identify […]

The Raising of America: Wounded Places

As part of the Journey to Inclusive Excellence, join the fourth segment of the documentary, The Raising of America. Explore what happens to children and neighborhoods shaken by trauma and toxic stress. What does it take to heal?

The Raising of America: Once Upon a Time

As part of the Journey to Inclusive Excellence, join the second segment of the documentary, The Raising of America. Imagine how things would be if high-quality childcare and pre-K was affordable and available to every family who wanted it. It almost happened!

In Her Shoes- Domestic Violence Training

In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Central Missouri Community Action, in partnership with Home State Health, will offer a FREE professional development opportunity on October 18th!  Light breakfast and lunch will be provided at no cost to participants.  We invite you and other members of your team to join us! This unique training event, […]

Raising Government Children: A History of Foster Care and the American Welfare State

A History of Foster Care and the American Welfare State Fall 2017 History Colloquium Series Half-launch party, half-Friday Colloquium Series event, University of Missouri Associate Professor of History and Kinder Institute Faculty Advisory Council member Catherine Rymph will give an October 20 talk on her most recent book, Raising Government Children: A History of Foster […]