Project Connect 

Volunteers Needed for Project Connect Concordia 2022!

The next Project Connect will be held on Tuesday, November 29 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Concordia Community Center, located at 802 S. Gordon St. Concordia, MO, 64020. Project Connect is a one-day public health outreach event designed to help underserved and uninsured adults find needed community resources. All services offered are free. To help spread the word, download an event flier.
Vendor organizations will help raise awareness of available community resources by providing information and free services while also building connections with members of the community. Volunteers will guide attendees around the event and inform them about the community resources and services available.
Hair cut providers as well as volunteers are needed for the Concordia Project Connect on Tuesday, November 29. To learn more and get involved, contact Suzanne Smith at 660.229.5293 and download the Service Provider Form.
Services and resources available at Project Connect events include:
  • Dental extractions in our mobile unit (first come, first serve).
  • Haircuts.
  • Height, weight, blood pressure check, vision screenings, etc.
  • Enrollment assistance for Medicaid,  Medicare, Affordable Care Act, unemployment, disability, and food stamps.
  • WIC and nutritional information and education.
  • Pregnancy tests and women’s resources.
  • Exit bags with hygiene supplies and necessities.
  • Immunizations voucher (good for 14 days).
  • Birth/death certificate voucher (good for 14 days).
  • MO driver’s license and photo ID voucher (good for 14 days).
  • Many other resources – see below!

Thank you to all of our attendees, volunteers, and sponsors for making the first annual Carrollton Project Connect 2022 a huge success. Click here to see a summary of results.

Download results from past Project Connect events:

Other vendors and services available at Project Connect events:

  • SNAP/EBT enrollment.
  • Missouri Valley Community Action Agency.
  • Burrell Behavioral Health.
  • Vocational rehabilitation.
  • House of Hope and shelters.
  • Nursing home and assisted living information.
  • Substance use and Alcoholics Anonymous help.
  • GED (PASS) referral.
  • Easter Seals Midwest.
  • Women’s Resource Center.
  • Youth @ Work.
  • Children and youth with special health care needs.
  • Utility and emergency assistance.
  • Chiropractor and massage.
  • Flu and tetanus shots.

Project Connect events are organized by HCC Network, its Community Health Centers, and the Social Service Committee of Lafayette County in collaboration with REACH Healthcare Foundation.