Salina Area Community Services Council
The Purpose of the Council:
- To identify the needs and resources of the community as they relate to the social, physical, and mental well-being of the citizens.
- To encourage and develop coordination among civic groups, churches, organizations and agencies to meet the identified needs.
- To promote public education on social service needs and resources in the community.
- To develop Council positions regarding significant issues relating to the development and/or delivery of social services at the City, County, State and National levels; and to communicate those positions to the appropriate persons or organizations.
Regular meeting location is the Salina Senior Center, 245 N Ninth, Second Floor Board Room. Attendees may purchase a meal for around $3.75 or bring their own lunches. Meeting location and time subject to change based on consensus of participants and community events.
Please share the invitation to participate.
2013 Monthly Meeting Programs
January: VITA volunteer Bill Chegwidden and TVC Vicki Gieber
February: Dana McGovern, Ashby House, new program and current services
March: UCP, state-wide and local services Dave Jones
April: Ingrid Pohl Heartland early childhood grants and activities being implemented in Salina
May: SER Corporation – Vicki Lumpkins,
2012 Monthly Meeting Programs
January: Vicki Gieber, VITA
February: Emergency Management
March: Sunflower Adult Day Care
April: Ingrid Pohl, Eraly Childhood Education
May: Del Jacobsen, Kansas Guardianship Program
June: Circles Overview
July: Saline County Back to School Fair
August: Tim Kerb, The Organ Wise Guys
September: Becky Gassman CASA
October: Kelley Weis, Identity Theft
November: Nathaniel Berg SYPN
December: - no monthly meeting