The Coordinating Council (TCC)
of Calhoun County
TCC is the Community Collaborative Body of Calhoun
County for the State of
Michigan. Community Collaboratives (formerly
Multi-Purpose Collaborative Bodies-MPCB's) were created to put funds
and fiscal decisions in the hands of the local community.
Local Community Collaboratives take responsibility for the direction and
coordination of local state and federal sponsored enterprises.
Additionally, Community Collaboratives link with other collaborative
groups to address specific needs in the community.
This is accomplished through the development of community
wide initiatives, avoiding duplication of services, maximizing
available resources, implementing community plans designed to meet a
specific outcome, and monitoring progress.
has been in existence since 1989.
The collaborative oversees grant dollars, ensures
collaborative efforts on the part of grantees, decreases duplication
of services and strengthens community programs/initiatives by
focusing on community interests. Members of the collaborative
represent a variety of organizations across the county including
non-profit, education, health, public safety, for-profit,
grassroots, local businesses and community members. These
individuals and organizations work collaboratively to positively
impact the lives of all members of Calhoun County.
To achieve optimum health of all people in Calhoun County by
supporting Economic Self-Sufficiency; Healthy Family and Social
Relationships; and Community Connectedness.
(Grace Health, 181 W. Emmett St., Battle Creek)
February 25th (TBD)
March 24th (TBD)
April 28th (TBD)
June 23rd (TBD)
July - No Meeting
August 25th (TBD)
September 22nd (TBD)
October 27th (TBD)
November - No Meeting
December 1st (TBD)
Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month from
8-10 am, with the exception of December, which is the
first Thursday as indicated above.