The Saline County Interagency Council has been serving the residents of Saline County for nearly 50 years.
Comprised of more than 20 member agencies who serve the citizens of Saline County.
For more information,
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It is only through a united front by our member agencies that we can meet the needs of our community.
Saline County Inter-Agency Council
Membership in the Saline County Inter-Agency Council consists of member agencies who exist to meet the needs of others. The SCIAC was formed for the expressed purpose of collaboration between not-for-profit, government entities, and individuals to eliminate duplication of services and improve communications between groups.
Members receive monthly meeting minutes to stay informed of community events and changes taking place within member agencies.
Member agencies receive cooperation, understanding and promotion of their organization's programs by other member agencies through coverage of the local news media.
Members learn about services being offered in the community and surrounding region for the benefit of their clients and for the coordination of services.
Members are given the opportunity to present needs in the community to the whole organization for discussion and problem solving.
Leads the entire community through the Saline County Holiday Project, an annual undertaking to provide gifts to children and food for families during the holidays. This is the only distribution of its kind during the holiday season and serves over 600 families.
David VanHorn - President/ Saline County Ministerial Alliance
Marilyn Rimmer - Vice President/ Foster Grandparents
Jasmine Morales - Ruiz - Secretary/ Katy Trail Community Health
Christine Erickson - Treasurer/ Missouri Valley Community Action Agency
The Saline County Inter-Agency Council meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at the MU Extension office located at 353 S. Lafayette in Marshall.
(Location may vary at this time due to COVID-19.
Follow the SCIAC Facebook page for more info)