When:
April 11, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
2017-04-11T09:00:00-05:00
2017-04-11T10:30:00-05:00
Where:
Children's Campus of Kansas City
444 Minnesota Ave
Kansas City, KS 66101
USA
Contact:
Paul Cesare, Coalition Coordinator
(816) 283-6242 x244

Pregnancy, Infant & Child Health Committee presents:

“The Role of Poverty in Families Raising Children in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties”

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

Children’s Campus of Kansas City
Third Floor Conference Room
444 Minnesota Ave.
Kansas City, Kansas 66101
At a time when both Johnson and Wyandotte counties are experiencing economic and infrastructure growth, we must not forget to remain in partnership with those who serve the poor, to continue to improve the health ranking of the region.  There are many who live in poverty in both counties and go unnoticed and underreported.  Come learn how poverty impacts their lives as it relates to health and wellness.

This event is free and open to the public.

POWER POINT PRESENTATION
Speaker: Scott Anglemyer, Executive Director, Kansas Association of Community Action Programs.
Poverty, Community Action and Health” 

Goals of the Meeting

  1. Leave with data related to pregnant women and families living in poverty.
  2. Learn what the Kansas Association of Community Action Programs is doing to address poverty in Kansas, specifically in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties.
  3. Understand the goals of the 2017 Kansas Conference on Poverty. (The event is sponsored by Kansas Association of Community Action Programs)
  4. Network with colleagues, especially as it relates to poverty and perinatal health across state lines.

A time for questions will follow the presentation.   For questions related to the event, please contact Paul Cesare, MCHC’s Coalition Coordinator, at (816) 283-MCHC (6242), ext. 239, or pcecare@mchc.net
MCHC Mission:

Every child deserves a healthy start; it is the best gift a community can give its children and itself.  Mother & Child Health Coalition works together with community partners and families to promote wellness and advocate excellence in health care.