IV. Next Meeting
Beginning with the Thurs.Oct.12, 2023 HCC meeting, the gathering will be in-person at the Silver Springs Community Center instead of by Zoom. The meeting will include a light breakfast. Will continue with meeting every other month.
Recent Guest Speakers at HCC Meetings
Kim Donahue, Veterans Outreach Program Specialist with the VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System described outreach with veterans and
Brooke Sterns of Community Chest, Inc?s Mineral County office described a recent national training with CADCA.
Three speakers from Capital City CIRCLES Initiative including Linda Flaherty (Project Director), JD Powers (Program Coach) and Denise Hecht-Mack (Executive Director). Mission: ?The Capital City C.I.R.C.L.E.S. Initiative facilitates change and challenges self-limiting beliefs by Connecting Individuals to Resources that Change Lives and Enable Success. We envision a community working together to empower individuals moving towards a life of sustainability and abundance. Any individual or family willing to take responsibility for improving their lives has ready access to C.I.R.C.L.E.S.? mentors, peer support, staff, and case management.?
Peter Stanton, Executive Director of the Walker Basin Conservancy
Ben Iness, Coordinator for the Nevada Housing Justice Alliance.
Char Frost, CFPS, Statewide Family Network Director for Nevada PEP (Parents Encouraging Parents, Parents Educating Professionals, Professionals Empowering Parents): PEP s mission is to enhance opportunities for success for children with disabilities, their families, and service providers through education, encouragement, and empowerment activities.
Sabrina Peck of HCC, with staff from Carson City Health and Human Services, explained the benefits of creating clean air policies with the business community and in healthcare and other settings.
Deidre Manley and Alissa Lucke of State of Nevada Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) described the Nevada System of Care?s children?s respite program and flex funds.