Migrant ESL
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Contact Information

Angela Torres

ESL/Migrant Coordinator

200 W. Weaver Ave

Johnson, KS 67855

(620) 492-6284 ext:1118

angela.torres@usd452.org

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The Healthwave program provides health insurance for FREE or at a reduced premium to families who reside in the state of Kansas. Click here to apply online.

This is a program that works to provide complete primary health care services to migratory and seasonal farmworkers and their families within the state of Kansas. Click here to learn more about this program and how to apply.

 

Genesis offers services for health, food, clothing and utilities. These services are based on a sliding fee discount for patients  who qualify by income level and family size. For more information about services that may be provided to you, a representive is available to answer questions and help fill out the application at the Methodist Church every Tuesday from 9:00am to 11:00am. Click here to learn more information about this program. 

 

 

Healthy Steps is an innovative, team-based approach to health care for young children.  Healthy Steps Specialists monitor child health and development, promote good health practices, and respond to mothers’ and fathers’ concerns about their developing infants and toddlers from prenatal up to three years of age. Click here to learn more information about this program.

The Learn and Play Program is an early childhood program through Russell Child Development.  It uses evidence-based curriculum as part of the program and includes early screening for possible developmental  delays.   Attendance is free and the groups are open to anyone in the community with children from birth to age 5 years old. Click here for more information.
Triple P Positive Parenting Program provides classes and in-home coaching available at no cost for parents of children birth to all ages. There are evening classes in Ulysses available to parents of Stanton County with child care provided free of charge. Click here for more information

 

Story time is on Mondays at 10:00am for 2-3 yr olds and 2:00pm for 4-5 year olds.  This is year round from August to May. For more information, you can contact the Library at (620) 492-2302.

The Storehouse is a community food bank that provides free food to those families in need so that they will not go hungry. It is open Tuesdays 10am to 2pm, Thursdays 2pm to 7pm and Saturdays 10am to 12pm up to 4pm
The O’Brate Foundation will strive to improve the opportunities for disadvantaged youth in Kansas by assisting with emergency needs, providing educational scholarships to deserving youth, and addressing specific stumbling blocks lying in their path on the road to success. Click here to learn more about this foundation. 
Fort Hays State University’s Hispanic College Institute is a free, four-day, residential program that prepares high school Hispanic and Latino students in Kansas to enter and succeed in higher education. Click here for more information about this program.
 HSF seeks to give its Scholars all the tools they need to do well in their course work, graduate, enter a profession, excel, help lead our nation going forward, and mentor the generations to come. For more information or to fill out an application, click here.