Success Stories

Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Inc. was recently awarded a $70,000 grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation, Missouri Elderly and Handicapped Transportation Assistance Program (MODOT MEHTAP) to support the driver salaries, benefits, mileage, vehicle maintenance, fuel, and insurance to support transportation operating expenses. The program will result in 29,500 one-way...

YMCA of Greater Kansas City recently received a grant for $69,465 from the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Jackson County Community Children’s Services Fund to add a critical staff position to directly support the children and families enrolled in Y Club with mental health services during the afterschool program,...

Comprehensive Mental Health Services, Inc. was recently awarded a $61,600 grant from the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, Jackson County Community Children’s Service Fund to provide school-based intervention services. CMHS Prevention Specialists bring psychosocial groups into the school setting covering various topics: anger management, coping with anger/anxiety, drug prevention, risk...

The YMCA of Greater Kansas City was recently awarded a $243,243 grant from the Jackson County Community Children’s Services Fund to support the salaries of an existing Behavior Specialist, and one new Behavior Coach position in Y-Club, and two new Behavior Specialist positions in Head Start. Behavior Specialists provide individualized assessments, classroom...

Developing Potential Inc. (DPI) was recently awarded a $50,000 grant from the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City – Applicant Defined Grant to support the salary of their Increase Access to Services program’s full-time registered nurse. Developing Potential Inc. serves adults with developmental disabilities with onsite day services, offsite program activities, and employment support. The Increase Access to Services program provides extensive medical support to individuals attending DPI’s onsite Day Services program, as-needed support to off-site Day Services and Employment Connections participants, and health training to staff and individuals receiving services. The program supports better health for all individuals at DPI, increases program participation, and improves quality of life for all participants.

TNC Community was recently awarded a $60,467 grant from the Mid-America Regional Council to support the purchase of two handicap-accessible minivans. The funding provided by the Mid-America Regional Council will provide two replacement minivans.  Each requested minivan will travel approximately 6,000 miles per year and will support between 45...