JACKSON COUNTY KIDS NEED OUR HELP

Our Funded Partners Making an Impact on Jackson County Kids

As mental and behavioral health continues to be a growing concern in the local community, we’re proud of the critical work our funded partners are doing. It isn’t someone else’s problem. It is our responsibility to support kids, youth, and their families and build a healthy, thriving community. Since 2018, we’ve awarded more than $68 million to 195 programs across Jackson County. Learn more about our dedicated partners and their innovative programs below.

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Funding Children's mental health

Why it matters

It's easy to think that kids are naturally resilient and not susceptible to the same issues as adults are. But childhood is where many of those adult issues begin.

Read more about the mental and behavioural health challenges kids in Jackson County have, and how our partners are meeting their needs.

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OUR FUNDED PARTNERS

frontporchalliance.org

2022:

  • Neighborhood Families: $175,000.00

2021:

  • Neighborhood Families: $175,000.00

2020:

  • Neighborhood Families: $180,000.00

2019:

  • Neighborhood Families: $136,217.00

2018:

  • Neighborhood Families: Family support, education, and children's wellbeing services in urban Jackson County: $70,868.00
genesisschool.org

2022:

  • Counseling and Wellness Program: $100,000.00

2020:

  • Counseling Services Expansion: $50,829.00

2019:

  • Counseling Services Expansion: $50,829.00
gildasclubkc.org

2022:

  • Children, Teens and Family Expansion: $11,403.00

2021:

  • Children, Teens and Family Expansion: $10,345.00

2020:

  • Children, Teens and Family Expansion: $9,850.00
gordonparks.org

2022:

  • Improve Mental Health and Well-Being Supports in School: $124,660.00

2021:

  • Improved Access to Mental Health Assessment: $97,176.00

2020:

  • Improved Access to Mental Health Assessment: $97,176.44
gapcares.org

2022:

  • Putting Students First: $55,901.00

2021:

  • Putting Students First: $77,540.00

2020:

  • Putting Students First: $73,847.97
greatcircle.org

2021:

  • Learn, Grow, Thrive: $142,500.00
  • Empowering Children for Healthy Outcomes: $215,000.00

2020:

  • Learn, Grow, Thrive: $180,706.00
  • Empowering Children for Healthy Outcomes: $234,694.00

2019:

  • Learn, Grow, Thrive: $182,033.00
  • Empowering Children for Healthy Outcomes: $235,875.00

2018:

  • Pervasive Emotion Dysregulation Intensive Outpatient Program: $125,000.00
greenworkskc.org

2022:

  • ECOS Nature Discovery: $34,440.00

2021:

  • ECOS Nature Discovery: $40,907.00

2020:

  • ECOS Nature Discovery: $40,907.00
guadalupecenters.org

2022:

  • Bilingual Substance Use Prevention for Adolescents and Youth: $106,687.00
  • Enhanced Bilingual Child and Youth Counseling and Therapy: $107,000.00

2021:

  • Bilingual Child & Family Counseling: $107,000.00
  • Youth Life Skills Substance Abuse Prevention Program: $32,155.00

2020:

  • Youth Life Skills Substance Abuse Prevention Program: $37,952.00

2019:

  • Youth Life Skills Substance Abuse Prevention Program: $37,952.00
  • Youth Life Skills Substance Abuse Prevention Program: $14,783.00

2018:

  • Youth Life Skills Substance Abuse Prevention Program: $29,565.00
hillcrestkc.org

2022:

  • New Youth Transitional Living Program in Jackson County: $116,116.00
hopehouse.net

2022:

  • Children's Services Program: $99,391.00
  • The Guardian Program: $180,332.00

2021:

  • Child and Family Advocacy Program: $97,840.00
  • The Guardian Program: $181,584.00

2020:

  • Child and Family Advocacy Program: $97,840.00
  • The Guardian Program: $181,584.00

2019:

  • Child and Family Advocacy Program: $93,085.00
  • The Guardian Program: $182,074.00

2018:

  • Hope House's Guardian Program Expansion Project: $100,000.00
isdschools.org

2022:

  • Hispanic Outreach, Partnership and Engagement Services: $192,600.00
  • Family Services Initiative: $250,000.00

2021:

  • Family Services Initiative: $227,000.00

2020:

  • Family Services Initiative: $221,017.00

2019:

  • Family Services Initiative: $215,993.50
  • Bridger PRIDE (Attendance and Student Success) Program: $27,500.00

2018:

  • Bridger PRIDE (Attendance and Student Success) Program: $55,000.00
jacksoncountycasa-mo.org

2022:

  • Volunteer Attorney Guardian Ad Litem Intervention & Advocacy: $144,000.00
  • Intervention and Advocacy for Abused and Neglected Children in Jackson County: $207,000.00

2021:

  • Volunteer Attorney Guardian Ad Litem Intervention & Advocacy: $149,999.00
  • Intervention and Advocacy for Abused and Neglected Children in Jackson County: $219,905.00

2020:

  • Intervention and Advocacy for Abused and Neglected Children in Jackson County: $209,433.00

2019:

  • Intervention and Advocacy for Abused and Neglected Children in Jackson County: $209,433.00

2018:

  • Intervention and Advocacy for Abused and Neglected Children in Jackson County: $75,000.00
jfskc.org

2022:

  • Child and Family Counseling: $105,000.00
  • You Be You: $62,100.00

2021:

  • Child and Family Counseling: $105,000.00
  • You Be You: $73,820.00

2020:

  • Child and Family Counseling: $105,000.00
  • You Be You: $73,820.00

2019:

  • Child and Family Counseling: $50,750.00
  • You Be You: $70,500.00
jvskc.org

2022:

  • Social Work - Youth: $250,000.00

2021:

  • Project SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Refugees): $221,300.00

2020:

  • Project SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Refugees): $210,761.00

2019:

  • Project SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Refugees): $200,000.00

2018:

  • Project SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Refugees): $187,500.00
kcatc.org

2022:

  • Treatment Services for Jackson County Kids on the Autism Spectrum: $207,000.00

2021:

  • Treatment Services for Jackson County Kids on the Autism Spectrum: $194,939.00
kccare.org

2022:

  • Psychiatry and Behavioral Healthcare at Homeroom Health: $34,630.00

2021:

  • Outpatient Psychiatry and Behavioral Health in a Pediatric Health Home: $246,750.00

2020:

  • Outpatient Psychiatry and Behavioral Health in a Pediatric Health Home: $235,000.00

2019:

  • Outpatient Psychiatry and Behavioral Health in a Pediatric Health Home: $221,043.00
kcgpa.org

2022:

  • SEL Team Supports Positive Mental Health Outcomes: $140,000.00

2021:

  • Licensed Clincal Social Worker Supports Counseling Services: $91,408.00
kchospice.org

2022:

  • Grief Support for Youth Impacted by Trauma and Loss: $112,500.00

2021:

  • Grief Support for Youth Impacted by Trauma and Loss: $99,000.00
.kcpublicschools.org/

2022:

  • Restorative Justice Alternative School Support Model: $87,500.00

2021:

  • Alternative School Support Model: $100,000.00

2020:

  • Alternative School Support Model: $100,000.00

2019:

  • Alternative School Support Model: $100,000.00
kchealthykids.org

2022:

  • Healthy Kids Bright Futures: $90,000.00

2021:

  • Healthy Kids Bright Futures: $75,625.00

2020:

  • Healthy Kids Bright Futures: $72,023.00

2019:

  • Healthy Kids Bright Futures: $43,923.00
kippendeavor.org

2022:

  • School Based Mental Health and Wellness: $100,000.00

2021:

  • School Based Mental Health and Wellness: $70,000.00
www.leadtoreadkc.org/

2020:

  • Books/Mentors to Promote Positive Mental Health: $21,900.00
lscares.org

2022:

  • Community Approach to Youth Mental Health: $100,000.00

2019:

  • Community-based Resilience Building for Youth & Families: $25,000.00

2018:

  • Community-based Resilience Building for Youth & Families: $50,000.00
mattierhodes.org

2022:

  • Violence Intervention Program (VIP) In-School Services: $175,000.00

2021:

  • Violence Intervention Program (VIP) In-School Services: $224,000.00

2020:

  • Violence Intervention Program (VIP) In-School Services: $225,000.00

2019:

  • Violence Intervention Program (VIP) In-School Services: $225,000.00
  • Violence Intervention and Prevention Project (VIP): $75,000.00

2018:

  • Violence Intervention and Prevention Project (VIP): $150,000.00
mlmkc.org

2022:

  • Prevention and Re-Housing for Youth and Their Families: $87,500.00

2021:

  • Prevention and Re-Housing for Youth and Their Families: $100,000.00
mocsa.org

2022:

  • Sexual Violence Counseling for Children in Jackson County: $275,000.00
  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $179,748.00

2021:

  • Sexual Violence Counseling for Children in Jackson County: $250,000.00
  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $169,080.00

2020:

  • Sexual Violence Counseling for Children in Jackson County: $250,000.00
  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $161,030.00

2019:

  • Sexual Violence Counseling for Children in Jackson County: $228,954.54
  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $144,701.00
  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $37,500.00

2018:

  • Preventing Sexual Violence in Jackson County Schools: $75,000.00
mothersrefuge.org

2022:

  • Transitional Living Program for Young Mothers and Babies: $175,000.00
  • Therapy and Shelter for Homeless Teenage Mothers and Babies: $115,000.00

2021:

  • Therapeutic Crisis Counseling for Homeless Teenage Mothers and Babies: $71,635.00

2020:

  • Therapeutic Crisis Counseling for Homeless Teenage Mothers and Babies: $68,227.00

2019:

  • Therapeutic Crisis Counseling for Homeless Teenage Mothers and Babies: $68,227.00
newhouseshelter.org

2022:

  • Reversing the Negative Developmental Impact of Violent Trauma: $200,000.00

2021:

  • Enhanced Counseling and Clinical Services for Families of Domestic Violence: $187,400.00

2020:

  • Continuing the Enhancement of Counseling and Therapy Services: $142,975.20
  • Giving Children a Voice with New Children's Case Management: $35,502.23

2019:

  • Continuing the Enhancement of Counseling and Therapy Services: $142,975.20

2018:

  • Giving Children a Voice with New Children's Case Management: $35,502.23
  • The Most Vulnerable Victims of Domestic Violence Abuse: $94,947.00
hospitals.kvc.org/locations/niles

2022:

  • Strong and Connected Families: $157,500.00
  • Day Prep Treatment Program: $240,000.00

2021:

  • Day Prep Treatment Program: $210,000.00

2020:

  • Day Prep Treatment Program: $200,000.00

2019:

  • Day Prep Treatment Program: $200,000.00
  • Niles Day Prep Treatment Program-Building Capacity: $50,000.00

2018:

  • Niles Day Prep Treatment Program-Building Capacity: $100,000.00
www.necc-kc.org/

2020:

  • Harmony Project KC: $74,940.00

2019:

  • Harmony Project KC: $69,995.00
  • Harmony Project KC: $16,700.00

2018:

  • Harmony Project KC - building healthy communities through music: $33,400.00

See where your tax dollars are making an impact.

We’re grateful for the funds the small sales tax provides, but it only supports 60% of the need for children’s mental health services in Jackson County. View the maps below to see where your tax dollars are going to work across the county on behalf of kids, youth, and families.

Map key

  • Yellow – 1 organization
  • Orange – 2-5 organizations
  • Green – 6-10 organizations
  • Blue – 11-20 organizations
  • Purple – 21+ organizations
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What our funded partners say about the CSF

MaryAnnMetheny-HopeHouse

"The CSF team are the most wonderful people to work with — so understanding and tuned in to what’s going on. They’ve allowed us to keep kids safe, help them get their childhood back, and enjoy it again."

MaryAnne Metheny, CEO at Hope House in Eastern Jackson County
KirstiMillar_ReDiscover

"The CSF funds have allowed us to grow the Zero Youth Suicide program. Without their support, we could not have added the therapists needed to support the increasing number of youth facing mental health challenges. Their support has been the biggest game changer for us!"

Kirsti Millar M.S., LPC, Program Manager at ReDiscover in Lee’s Summit
StarlaBrennan_AmethystPlace

"Many of us don’t realize that each purchase we make in Jackson County provides essential mental health support to children in our community. In just five years, 1/8 of a cent sales tax has allowed the CSF to fund $68 million into local nonprofits, including Amethyst Place. Thank you for prioritizing the little ones!"

Starla Brennan, Executive Director at Amethyst Place in Kansas City
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