To facilitate and promote the building of resilient children, healthy families, and strong neighborhoods & communities through collaboration, programming and resource development.
Understanding needs to develop programs and resources for change.
Community Partnership supports and offers programming, services and collaborative partnerships designed to build healthy, resilient and successful children and youth. We understand that when the community and resources come together for our children and youth, they will be healthier, feel more connected and able to realize their full potential.
Health and quality of life are so important — to families and individuals, as well as to neighborhoods and communities. To help build healthy families, we focus on substance use and violence prevention, homeless prevention, education and training, and collaborative partnerships that provide crisis intervention and a safety net to those most in need.
To help build strong neighborhoods & communities, we focus on community engagement and capacity building to help build relationships and social capital, to give a voice and opportunities for service and leadership, to foster a sense of belonging and ownership, and to build skills and capacity in both individuals and groups.
What Others Say
Our donors, volunteers, partners, advocates, and people we serve have great things to say about Community Partnership!
Triple P Program
“The kids listen, we are on the same page with our discipline and consequences, and we are enjoying our babies!”
Parent Who Went Through Triple P
Community-Based Social Work
“Without CPO and Tiffany, none of this would have been possible. I couldn’t have done it without them.”
School-Based Social Work Program
“We are in a much better place as a family because of them.”
O’Reilly Center for Hope
“I wouldn’t have made it without a lot of the people here [O’Reilly Center for Hope]”
O’Reilly Center for Hope Team
The workers here, they are amazing… they are all wonderful people and very helpful.”
The Best Experience
(The O’Reilly Center for Hope is) Such a wonderful resource for our community and those most in need. CPO is an amazing community partner.
The Best Experience
I am thankful that Youth Mental Health First Aid has provided training for teachers and others who come in contact with students at school BESIDES the counselor. I am in a K-5 school and many times teachers are the first to be told or hear that a student is talking about suicide and it is…
Mental Health First Aider
View our 2023 Annual Report
You can help!
We need you to help us make a difference in our community! Whether you donate, advocate or volunteer, your support is vital to helping build resilient children, healthy families, and strong neighborhoods & communities
Volunteers contributed 35,895 hours along with donated services valued at $6,960,970 to help us meet our mission in the past year.
Through our services, programming and community education and awareness campaigns last year.
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There is no greater gift than the gift of time. Complete the form below and someone will reach out to you as soon possible. We look forward to hearing from you!
Building Strong Communities
We offer a free, online rental property search service that links people with available rental housing across Greene, Christian and Webster counties. We hope it helps you make a more informed decision when exploring your housing options. Please note that properties are updated regularly so check back often!
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Want to get connected? Check out these great upcoming events.
Making Sense of Money – free 4-week course beginning May 9th, 2024
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (dinner at 5:15 p.m. and class starts at 6:00 p.m.)
Making Sense of Money – free 4-week course beginning March 6th
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (arrive by 5:45 p.m. for class to start on time)
Mandated Reporter Training
2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Who is a Mandated Reporter? Anyone responsible for the care, custody and control of a child. Community Partnership of the Ozarks, in collaboration with Greene County Children’s Division, Greene County Prosecutor’s Office, and The Child Advocacy Center, Inc., offers a consistent, three-hour mandated reporter training free to all. The March 21st class is already full…