The Missouri Rural Health Association (MRHA) is a non-profit, grass-roots, member-driven organization whose mission is to safeguard and improve the health of rural Missourians. MRHA accomplishes its mission by engaging in partnerships and providing leadership on rural issues through advocacy, communication, education, and research.
IMPORTANT NEWS BREAK! - The Get Link’d Conference has been postponed and rescheduled for this Fall October 13-14, 2015!
HealthTran will be presenting at the 12th Annual Show Me Summit on Aging & Health, Lodge of the Four Seasons, Tuesday, August 18, workshop scheduled 3-4 pm. Speaker Mary Gordon, Project Manager, will share the excitement, growth and expansion of the 3 year pilot. Share success stories of riders and The program is getting national recognition and support from the Federal Transit Association, Community Transportation Association of America and Easter Seals.
Website for Summit: www.ma4web.org
Ozark County Ambulance District to offer new service
A Missouri Rides to Wellness Planning Summit was hosted by MO Foundation for Health, MRHA and MO Public Transit Association on April 28, 2015. The group of top transit, medical, YMCA, MO Association of Council of Government, and Regional Planning Commissions worked on developing a state wide summit planned on October 14 following the Get Link’d Conference. The Summit is expected to bring in over 150 state leaders in health, transit, social and government services, and many more to learn about the national Rides to Wellness Initiative from the FTA, CTAA and Easter Seals regarding access to healthcare.