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Our Crime Stoppers program is hosting a "True Crime" Trivia night! All proceeds will help benefit the Crime Stoppers program as well as create an enjoyable Friday night out with friends.
Register yourself or a table (group of 8) here: https://form.jotform.com/81354612924153Find out more »
Ozarks Alliance to End Homelessness will host a S.O.A.R. (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access and Recovery) orientation. The orientation will provide an overview of the SSI/SSDI (Supplemental Security Income/Social Security Disability Insurance) application and disability determination process. This is event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to email@example.com or (417)888-2020.Find out more »
Turn in your unused or expired medications for safe disposal, free and anonymously.
Medication take-backs offer a safe way for community members to dispose of unused or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications, helping eliminate potential public safety concerns and contamination of our water supply. There is no cost for disposal, and all medications, except sharps, inhalers and glass containers, are accepted free and anonymously. Labels and personal information are not required to be removed from packaging. Pharmacists and law enforcement will be available at each site to answer any medication disposal-related questions.
Alps Pharmacy - 2650 W. Kearney St.
George's Pharmacy - 3650 E. Sunshine St.
Lawrence Drug - 1454 E. Republic Rd.
Medicine Store - 1302 E. Sunshine St.
Walgreens Pharmacy - 2681 W. Republic Rd.
To find a location near you, please visit DEATakeBack.comFind out more »
Community Partnership, in collaboration with Greene County’s Children’s Division, Greene County Prosecutor’s Office and the Child Advocacy Center, offers a consistent, three-hour mandated reporter training. General sessions are scheduled throughout the calendar year. Who is a Mandated Reporter? Anyone responsible for the care, custody and control of a child. What will I learn during the training sessions? When must a Mandated Reporter make a report to the Hotline? If I am an administrator, what is my liability regarding mandated reporting?…Find out more »
What Is Hope Connection?
HOPE Connection is a one day, one-stop service site for the Ozarks’ homeless population to gain access to vital services. Most importantly, the event is outcome oriented. It is not just a day for people to wait in line for information on resources available in the community, but a day for people to make changes and have immediate access to essential services. HOPE Connection expects to serve more than 650 homeless and poverty stricken individuals this year, connecting them with services from 70+ agencies including education, employment, healthcare, housing and more. HOPE Connection will again include a Veterans’ Stand Down, providing enhanced direct services for our area’s homeless veterans.
Perhaps the most unique component of this event is the connection of volunteers that act as an event host for each individual who is homeless and seeking services. This one-to-one attention helps them feel valued and supported in their day’s activities.Find out more »
Please help us, Community Partnership of the Ozarks, celebrate the people and organizations in our community, that give from their heart to support individuals experiencing homelessness, in our community. Join us for the second annual Awards for Homeless Advocacy on November 29th.Find out more »