COVID-19 Resources
#CompassionIsContagiousToo
We've added this section to our website to provide resources that might assist you and/or your organization during this Coronavirus pandemic. We are including information from reliable sources and will do our best to keep informaiton updated. However, be aware that most of the services here are being offered by federal, state and local agencies or other organizations, not COMBAT. Therefore, we might be unaware of any changes made. » CLICK ON THE BUTTONS BELOW

Contact: Joe Loudon • COMBAT Communications Administrator • jloudon@jacksongov.org • 816-881-4337

COMBAT News

  1. Medical Marijuana
    Education Before You Medication
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    Two years after voters approved legalizing medical marijuana in Missouri, dispensaries have opened across the state. What does this mean for you and Jackson County as a community? Before anyone medicates through marijuana COMBAT and the County Prosecutor’s Office urge them to educate. Realize that medical marijuana and driving make for an unhealthy combination—with real legal ramifications. Also, marijuana—like any prescription medication—needs to be kept out of the reach of children and pets.   
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  2. December 10 & 15, 2020
    Webinar Series Focusing On Compassion Fatigue & Trauma-Infomed Care
    Compassion Fatigue Training
    The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues taking a toll on schools—from students and their families, to teachers and school-based health care providers. This two-part webinar series will focus on strategies to cope with compassion fatigue and trauma-informed care. The first webinar in this series will provide an overview of the impact of trauma on individuals within school communities and the second part on using trauma-informed care techniques to handle stress.   
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  3. December 2, 2020
    Cram-A-Cruiser Holiday Toy Drive
    Cram A Cruiser
    The season for giving is upon us! And with 2020 having been such a challenging year, your generosity is appreciated now more than ever. The Kansas City Police South Patrol Division and 7-11 are holding a Cram-A-Cruiser Holiday Toy Drive Wednesday, December 2. Bring new and unwrapped toys to donate. Enjoy a free coffee or hot chocolate and a candy cane. Get your picture with Blue Santa, local officers and Super Heroes. And brighten up someone else's holidays.   
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