Places for People’s Show Me Hope St. Louis County program was recently recognized by the Missouri Department of Mental Health for its efforts the past year.
The Missouri State Senate is in recess until 4 p.m. Monday. This is the perfect time to make your voice heard about Senate Bill 28. SB 28 seeks to take federal funds for Medicaid services as a block grant. This proposed legislation would dramatically alter Missouri’s Medicaid program and would jeopardize health services for seniors, people with disabilities, including people living with serious mental illness, and children, and leave Missouri taxpayers responsible for extra costs.
Places for People Executive Director Joe Yancey was a guest on the Feb. 14 edition of STL Live.