Supervisors OK move to join Central Iowa Community Services Region
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Jasper County made it official that it will join the Central Iowa Community Services Region. The board unanimously approved the proposal by Jasper County Community Services Director/Central Point Coordinator Jody Easton. The county was previously in talks to form a mental health region with Poweshiek, Mahaska, and Marion counties.
The Central Iowa Community Services Region currently consists of Boone, Franklin, Hamilton, Hardin, Madison, Marshall and Story counties. Jasper will be the eighth member of the region. The addition of Jasper County will give the region five community housing management corporations. Capstone Behavioral Services provides the service locally.
“I was here a few weeks ago to let you know that Joe (Brock) and I were re-examining and analyzing the regional options available to Jasper County,” Eaton said. “When this process first began, I had conversations with a couple different groups and some of the CPCs that were already functioning.”
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