Project Connect 2020 Details Coming Soon!
Project Connect is an effort to connect underserved and uninsured adults in need with the resources in our community. These one-day public health clinics are designed for the uninsured and/or underserved adults. All services offered this day are FREE!
Our final 2019 event was Higginsville Project Connect, Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Higginsville High School, 805 W. 31st St. Contact Chris Carney, 660.259.2440, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Service providers and volunteers needed for upcoming events.
Among the services provided at Project Connect events:
- Medical and dental
- SNAP/EBT enrollment
- Missouri Valley Community Action Agency
- Nutrition education
- ACA enrollment
- Medicare/Medicaid info/enrollment
- Vocational rehabilitation
- House of Hope and shelters
- Veteran’s resources and assistance
- Nursing home and assisted living information
- Drug and alcohol/Alcoholics Anonymous help
- GED (PASS) referral
- Easter Seals Midwest
- Women’s Resource Center
- Youth @ Work
- Children and youth with special health care needs
- Blood drive for people in need in the area
Additional Services Include:
- Utility and emergency assistance
- Dental extractions
- Height, weight and blood pressure check
- Basic vision screenings
- Chiropractor and massage
- Behavioral health screenings
- Access to flu and tetanus shots
- Pregnancy tests
- Access to birth/death certificates and photo identification cards
- WIC (Women, Infant and Children)
Results from past Project Connect events:
- Lexington Project Connect 2019 Results (222 KB PDF)
- Higginsville Project Connect 2018 Results (155 KB PDF)
- Odessa Project Connect 2018 Results (355 KB PDF)
For more information, contact Chris Carney at 660.259.2440. Viewing this page on a mobile device? Feel free to text ProjectConnect to 72727 for more information.
Project Connect events are organized by the Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri, the Social Service Committee of Lafayette County and the Live Well Community Health Centers in collaboration with the REACH Healthcare Foundation.