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We are a collaborative and passionate group of agencies and organizations specializing in community health and prevention services in Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties. 

​Our campaign goals are to educate the community on the environmental impacts of improper disposal and explain why it’s important to keep medications secured or disposed of when not in use. Our goal is to provide current resources for disposal sites, offer help with addiction issues, and promote a healthy lifestyle for you and your family. 

To strengthen and support children, families, and individuals as they evolve and grow in a changing community.

​Cristo Rey Community Center (CRCC) is a basic  needs service center open to anyone in need.

Every family in Ingham County has access to universal, comprehensive and a collaborative system of community-based early childhood programs, services and supports.

Ingham County is committed to assuring the identification and provision of services most important to its citizens in the achievement of its vision. County services will be high quality, cost effective, and easily accessible; to be delivered in cooperation and collaboration with its citizens and other community and governmental organizations. These will be delivered by a highly motivated, well-trained, service-oriented workforce, utilizing effective technology and guided by the highest ethical standards.

It is the mission of the Lansing School District to provide educational excellence in a safe and nurturing environment for all students.        

Mid-Michigan Recovery  Services is Committed to inspiring hope by providing a safe environment - teaching and modeling ​healthy lifestyles for all impacted by substance use disorders. ​We KNOW

The mission of Prevention Network is to prevent youth drug abuse and other risk  behaviors by working with individuals, grassroots groups, and other organizations in order to improve the health, wellness, and safety in Michigan communities.

CMHA-CEI's mission ​is to fulfill two complementary but distinct roles in realizing this vision:

Behavioral healthcare provider – Providing, directly and through partnerships, a comprehensive set of person-centered, high quality, and effective behavioral health and developmental disability services to the residents of this community. Advocate, catalyst, thought leader, and convener – Fostering the transformation of all aspects of community life, eliminating inequities, and promoting the common good for all, especially for persons with mental health needs.

The mission of Eaton RESA is to provide and enhance educational opportunities for those we serve.

It is the mission of the Ingham County Sheriff's Office to assist the citizens of Ingham County in our mutual desire for a safe and secure community through our dedication to provide correctional, law enforcement, and related services at the highest possible standards, while respecting the rights of all. The Sheriff's Office is located in Mason, Michigan and ranks 7th largest in size out of 83 departments in the State of Michigan. The Ingham County Jail ranks 5th largest in size, housing nearly 601 inmates. The Sheriff's Office is nationally recognized as a leader in both law enforcement and corrections.

Michigan State University, a member of the Association of  American Universities and one of the top 100 research universities in 
the world, was founded in 1855.  We are an inclusive, academic community known for our traditionally strong academic  disciplines and professional programs, and our liberal arts foundation. Our cross- and interdisciplinary enterprises connect the sciences, humanities, and professions in practical, sustainable, and innovative ways to address society’s rapidly changing needs. 

 The mission of Mid-State Health Network is to ensure access to high quality, locally-delivered, effective and accountable public behavioral health and substance use disorder services provided by its participating members.

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