Places for People’s Tim McKay and graduates of Maryville University’s Master of Occupational Therapy program presented a new assessment to help people living with severe mental illness and substance use disorders at a national conference last weekend.
Places for People’s Tim McKay and graduates of Maryville University’s Master of Occupational Therapy program will be making a presentation on Saturday at the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference & Expo in New Orleans.
Places for People welcomed a new member to its executive management team earlier this month when Johanna R. Jones started as Vice President of Development and Advancement. Jones will oversee the organization’s fund raising, marketing and brand awareness efforts.
Buying a car was another major step on the way to independence and empowerment for Donald. He credits his current successes on “Time, trial and error.”
Content marketing students from Webster University donated 717 pairs of socks to Places for People on Thursday.
The socks were an integral part of the students’ marketing campaign in a competition held by the Chevrolet Local Marketing Association (LMA). Participating teams were given a $2,000 budget by Chevrolet to market Chevrolet products.
Places for People recently received a five-year federal grant to provide treatment to people who are homeless and also strengthen the available evidence-based practices for providers in the St. Louis region.
The nearly $2.5 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) will help Places for People reach and enroll 428 individuals who are homeless in St. Louis City and County in the next five years, and engage them in services through the “3-2-1 Project.”
Places for People recently received a two-year, $3.8 million federal grant to expand access to behavioral health services for people who are uninsured and underinsured in the St. Louis region.
Our friends at Jackson Pianos have planned a unique fundraiser to support health + healing at Places for People. “Keys for Keys” will be a 24-hour PIANOATHON, starting at 1 p.m. on November 24 at the 50/Fifty Kitchen. There will be music and activities, all involving a piano, for 24 straight hours. Come for an hour or two, or all 24!