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Medicaid Expansion & Trans Health: 'It's Not Going to Break The Bank To Provide A Better Life For All Missouri Residents'

Medicaid Expansion & Trans Health: 'It's Not Going to Break The Bank To Provide A Better Life For All Missouri Residents'

Jordan Richards and Tracy Davis both work at The Center Project, an LGBTQ+ resource and community center for Mid-Missouri. They spoke about what Medicaid expansion – or a lack thereof – could mean for transgender Missourians.

Homelessness and Mental Health: 'It's Hard To Be Well If You Don't Have a Place To Live'

Homelessness and Mental Health: 'It's Hard To Be Well If You Don't Have a Place To Live'

Steve Hollis and Darren Morton work closely together combating the issue of homelessness in Columbia. Hollis is the Human Services Manager of Columbia/Boone County Public Health and Human Services and Morton is the Director of Turning Point, an organization that works with people experiencing homelessness.

Hospital Ministry & COVID-19: 'It Seems a Lot Less Personal. But There's Still Power in Presence.'

Hospital Ministry & COVID-19: 'It Seems a Lot Less Personal. But There's Still Power in Presence.'

Father Francis Doyle is the pastor at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Columbia. He works closely with Deacon Michael Berendzen who coordinates the Columbia Catholic Hospital Ministry.

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