A Mental Health Consortium Serving Students in Lafayette County
Empowering Youths. Strengthening Families.

Brighter Futures is a mental health consortium serving students and their families in Lafayette County. The services we provide were developed to serve youth and families who may lack adequate assistance with:
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Teen pregnancy
  • Child abuse and neglect
  • Mental health resources
  • Health insurance 
Our goal is to equip Lafayette County’s youth with healthy lifestyle tools designed to strengthen the family unit. The Brighter Futures Consortium includes all six Lafayette County public school districts.

To learn more about our services, contact us at 660.259.4391 ext. 227.

The Brighter Futures Consortium was made possible through a generous grant from the Lafayette County Children’s Services Fund. Funding for Brighter Families was provided in whole by the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City.

ODESSA R-VII ADULT & COMMUNITY EDUCATION, CLASS OFFERINGS SPRING 2015
MARCH 17 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2015
ENROLL BY PHONE (816) 633-5316 *****ONLINE www.odessa.k12.mo.us



House of Hope, Inc. & Brighter Futures wants you to
SAVE THE DATE:

CELEBRATING OUR CHILDREN:
HOPE FOR A BRIGHTER FUTURE

MAY 7, 2015 @ 5:30-9:30 pm
LEXINGTON ELKS LODGE

$5 ADMISSION, RECEIVE A RIBBON AWARENESS PIN
$1 BALLOON DONATION FOR THE RELEASE
DESSERT AUCTION
FOOD PROVIDED BY OUR LOCAL CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM


THIS EVENT IS BEING SPONSORED BY THE LAFAYETTE COUNTY
CHILDREN'S SERVICE FUND. ENTERTAINMENT SPONSORED BY THE
CENTER FOR COUNSELING & TRAINING.






                                 
                           
   Funding for Brighter Futures projects are provided in part by the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City. The Brighter Futures Consortium is supported by a generous grant from the Lafayette County Children's Service Fund. 
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Brighter Futures Mental Health Consortium
2309 Aull Lane/Lexington, MO/64067
660.259.4391, ext. 219