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December 2020 Newsletter – Missouri CAN

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Missouri CAN Network Connection – December 2020
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Letter from Missouri CAN Executive Director

It's been a pandemic-altered life for all of us this year, but we adapted and, more importantly, persisted…Regardless of what we’ve experienced, gratitude lives within us, and I knew I’d find it if I just asked.  I wanted to share with you what some of the Missouri CAN team said they are grateful for at the end of this truly difficult year…

NETWORK CAPACITY – Helping you help others

Upcoming webinar hosted by the Community Action Partnership
Staying Well While Working in a High Stress, Traumatic Environment
December 11 from 2:99 – 3:30 pm

ADVOCACY – A voice for low-income Missourians

ADVOCACY UPDATE: Utility Disconnections Must End
We are in support of moratoriums on utility disconnection as this is an issue of public safety and public health. If households’ utilities remain connected, utility companies help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. And we’re advocating to that end – read Advocacy Update to learn about Missouri CAN’s efforts to promote moratoriums on utility disconnections.

Missouri CAN CAPACITY – Helping us help you

CAA Operations and COVID-19
If operations have changed at your agency with the new wave of COVID-19 cases, please let us know.  We'll keep your operations information current online for people seeking assistance.

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