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The Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response – or CASPER – is a project of the Healthy Together Steering Committee. Formalized in October 2017, the committee is an ongoing partnership among agencies in Lewis and Clark County that are concerned with improving population health.

Those agencies include Lewis and Clark Public Health, Rocky Mountain Development Council, the United Way of the Lewis & Clark Area, St. Peter’s Health and PureView Health Center.

he Early Childhood Collaborative of the Greater Helena Area will celebrate the Week of the Young Child April 6-12, with events, discounts and free family activities.

The observance focuses attention on the needs of young children and their families and recognizes the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.

The kickoff is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Rocky Mountain Development Council and Lewis & Clark Library. This will feature activities for kids. At the same time, parents and caregivers can connect with local organizations and get children's health and wellness screenings.

  • Rocky's Agency on Aging
    Rocky's Agency on Aging
  • MOW 2022
    MOW 2022
  • Head Start Logo
    Head Start Logo
  • Rocky Mountain Preschool logo
  • AmeriCorps Seniors
    AmeriCorps Seniors
  • Community Action Partnership logo
    Community Action Partnership logo

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