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"Homelessness is a complex problem, but homelessness is a fixable problem," says Steve Hollis, Columbia’s Manager of Human Services. "The first step is putting someone into a home." Homelessness is a reality that tho...
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The Stewart Road Underpass along the MKT Trail just got a little brighter. Join us on Tuesday, August 1, at 5 p.m. for the public unveiling of the Stewart Road Mural, "Make a Brighter Future," painted by young and eme...
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Osher is a national volunteer-based education program designed for people aged fifty years and older who are eager to learn and socialize in a classroom environment.
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More than a dozen Career Awareness Related Experience (C.A.R.E.) students spent their summer painting the Locust Street tunnel at Columbia, Missouri's Flat Branch Park with local artist, Madeleine LeMieux.
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(00:00:00) Welcome — Andrew Grabau, Janet Thompson, Michael Trapp, Karla DeSpain, Rocky Alden (00:22:48) Local Overview — Steve Hollis, Randall Cole, Carla London, Katie Burnham Wilkins (00:48:40) National Issue Char...
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The City of Columbia's C.A.R.E. program and the University of Missouri's Office of Service Learning partner to offer free after-school homework help for children, youth and young adults.
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The Teen Outreach Program, a joint collaboration between Columbia Public Schools, the Youth Community Coalition and the Health Department, connects teens to service projects and helps them develop life skills.
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Presented by Katie Burnham-Wilkins, Veterans Administration and Kelli Watkins-Turley, Missouri Department of Mental Health on October 12, 2017.
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MPowerment/MLAN, a program sponsored by Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services, increases HIV awareness within the gay and bisexual male population.
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Teenagers can ask tough questions and get answers from their peers at Hot Topic Nights, a program hosted by the Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services and the University of Missouri's SHA...