News and Events from HCC Network Members
Attend HCC's Next Membership Meeting
The next meeting is Tuesday, July 9, 2019 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m., at the Lexington United Methodist Church. Be prepared to give a brief organizational update at the meeting. See you there! 
Compass Health Network and LCCSF Continue to Serve Lafayette County Children
Because of the continued generosity of the Lafayette County Children's Services Fund , Compass Health Network will continue to provide school-based therapy services in most of Lafayette County.

The program, in its 12th year, allows four clinicians to provide therapy and consultation services to five Lafayette County school districts: Concordia, Santa Fe, Lexington, Higginsville, and Wellington-Napoleon.

Along with the ability to bill Medicaid in the schools, this charitable funding allows every child in these districts the opportunity to benefit from treatment services.

Follow Compass Health Network on Facebook, @CompassHealthNetwork.
Joint Library-Food Pantry Opens in Eastern Jackson County
MCPL and CSL to Occupy Fort Osage School District Early Childhood Center
In partnership with the Fort Osage School District, Mid-Continent Public Library (MCPL) and the Community Services League (CSL) recently opened a joint service location in Eastern Independence, which will be known as the Farview Neighborhood Library and Food Pantry. Located within the school district’s former Early Childhood Center (18109 E 12th St N, Independence, MO 64056), the library-food pantry was established to better serve area residents.

The Farview Food Pantry will be staffed by Village Heights Community of Christ and will be open on Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., adjusting its hours as needed, based on demand. The Library will be staffed by MCPL’s North Independence Branch and open to the public Tuesday – Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Farview Neighborhood Library customers will be able to pick up their MCPL holds, use public computers, access mobile printing, access free Wi-Fi, browse a small collection of books and other items, attend storytimes, and use collaboration rooms. 

Learn more about CSL, visit CSLCares.org or follow them on Facebook, @CSLCares .
Lafayette County Enterprises Host Fundraiser to Celebrate 45 Years
This year Lafayette County Enterprises, a nonprofit that employs individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, celebrates 45 years! Help them celebrate by attending their upcoming event:

Open House
Tour the facility while enjoying barbecue and dessert!
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lafayette County Enterprises
109 W. 19th St.
Higginsville, Mo. 64037

For updates, find them on Facebook @LafayetteCountyEnterprises .
MFAF and Peace Christian Church UCC Host First Friday Party to Benefit Local
Migrant Farm Workers
Friday, July 5, 2019
Peace Downtown
(The Center for Architecture and Design)
1801 McGee St.
Kansas City, Missouri 64108


Enjoy live music by Alex Holsinger and Eli Chamberlain, shop local art, make your own art at our creation table, have a drink, enjoy some sweet treats, and soak in the First Friday fun!

Kid-friendly event with coloring, cape/bandana making, and face painting.

All sales and donations benefit the Migrant Farmworkers Assistance Fund (MFAF).

MFAF helps migrant and seasonal farm workers, and their families, with emergency needs, education support, health care case management, community building, legal assistance and advocacy, among other services.

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