The mission of the Dunklin/Stoddard Caring Council is to link services and resources to empower children and families to achieve their highest potential. We envision a community of strong families where individuals may become self-reliant, responsible, and resourceful citizens.
Our office is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19. We are still available by phone and email, and will still provide services that can be conducted while ensuring social distancing. Learn more about COVID-19 on the CDC website by visiting here.
In The News
Dunklin County Caring Council educates South Elementary on benefits of gardening
Thursday, February 13, 2020
The Dunklin County Caring Council recently placed an Aero garden and installed a micro-green growing area at South School Elementary School.
Family and Community Trust is a non-profit corporation that assists 20 well-respected community partnerships across the state. To find out more about FACT, visit www.mofact.org.
Who We Are
The Dunklin/Stoddard Caring Council is a group of interested individuals, bound together for a common cause to serve the needs of the community. Learn more about our staff, our board members, and our community partnership.
What We Do
The Caring Council exists in order to link community services and resources to empower families and children. The council has a strong collaberation with many community organizations and state-wide philanthropic foundations.
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DCCC offers programs to assist during the holiday season
Thursday, December 5, 2019
The Dunklin County Caring Council has launched a new program to assist families in need during this holiday season.
The Heart of Christmas program affords the opportunity for community members to adopt a local family in need and purchase their Christmas presents.
Mizzou Alternative Breaks lends a hand in Dunklin County
Saturday, November 9, 2019
Mizzou Alternative Breaks helped out with some painting at the Dunklin County Caring Council as part of their Service Trips.
Dunklin County Caring Council receives grant
Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Babies ad Families (BBF) of Missouri and FCC Behavioral Health Hub Partner (Dunklin County Families First) presented its first grant to the Dunklin County Caring Council. The grant will be used to purchase items for the Stork Store. Dunklin Country Caring Council has partnered with local agencies where parents can earn “stork cash” for participation. This serves as an incentive for participation and additionally allows these families to earn the stork cash to spend in “The Stork Store”.
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