Older youth in foster care and former youth in foster care under age 27 may be eligible for one-time funding of up to $12,000 through the Education & Training Voucher (ETV) Program, or up to $2,000 in COVID-19 relief funds for education, employment, housing, transportation, life skills, or other services.
Did you know nearly 21 million Americans have at least one addiction? Yet only 10 percent of them receive treatment. From alcohol and cocaine to opioids and other prescription medications, addiction kills thousands of Americans every year and impacts millions of lives. Fortunately, there is hope with professional treatment.
Here’s your chance to release your inner Spielberg! The Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety is seeking your help in creating our next Buckle Up Phone Down public service announcement (PSA).
The St. James School District is unrolling a new phone application which will allow for online payments for school fees and more. The district has joined with Titan Family Connect and parents can sign up for the application now.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) on Monday provided a situational summary regarding the increases in COVID-19 cases across Missouri, marking Phelps County, along with Laclede and Pulaski Counties, as COVID-19 hotspots.
Walking to End the Stigma, a substance use disorder awareness walk, will take place this Saturday, July 24. Participants will walk from the Missouri Veterans Home in St. James to John F. Hodge High School and back.