Regional Healthcare Foundation
A vision of healthy people, living in healthy communities.
Welcome to the Dexter Community Regional Healthcare  Foundation, serving the communities of
Southeast Missouri. Dexter Community Regional Healthcare Foundation is a non-profit organization
dedicated to building healthy communities through programs and services
designed to enhance overall health and wellness.
We encourage you to review our services and programs and  contact us
if you have any questions or would like more information.
FUNDING IS PROVIDED
IN PART TO THE
REGIONAL HEALTHCARE
FOUNDATION
PRESCRIPTION DRUG
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
AND
MOTHER-TO-MOTHER
PROGRAM BY:

MISSOURI FOUNDATION    
FOR HEALTH


CHILDREN’S TRUST FUND  
OF MISSOURI

NEIGHBORHOOD
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

GIVE BACK BRANDS
FOUNDATION

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI  
FOOD BANK

DELTA HRSA GRANT
At www.covermissouri.org you
can find helpful information on
health insurance, coverage
options in the Missouri Health
Insurance Marketplace, calculate
potential cost-savings, and
locate where to get in-person
help from Cover Missouri
Coalition members.

TAX CREDITS AVAILABLE

The Regional Healthcare Foundation
is pleased to announce that the
organization has been awarded
tax credits through the Missouri
Department of Economic
Development’s Neighborhood Assistance
Program.

Eligible donors include businesses
and corporations, as well as individuals
operating farms in
Missouri. In addition to receiving
an income tax deduction for a charitable
contribution, a tax credit
of 70% of the donation can be
claimed on your Missouri tax return.

We would love to talk to you about how
your generous gift can benefit your
business while providing  support to help
young parents complete high school, go
on to college or technical school, and
acquire the skills to become employed or
to seek a higher grade of employment.  
For more information please call 573-
624-1607.

For the full press release,
please click banner below.
DONATION MADE TO
MOTHER-TO-MOTHER
Judy and Sherrill Corbin recently celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary.  In lieu of gifts
their children asked family and friends to bring
non-perishable items to help stock the
Mother-to-Mother pantry in honor of their
parents.  The Corbins are pictured with the
donation of more than 200 pounds of
non-perishable items.  The staff and
participants of Mother-to-Mother would like to
thank the Corbin family for their generous
donation.  Happy anniversary, Judy and Sherrill!

Developed by Stanford University, this free
six-week program is designed to assist you in
developing a  self-management program to
help you stay active and enjoy doing the
things that you love. It is for caregivers or
people living with Arthritis, Asthma, Lupus,
Fibromyalgia, Heart disease, Diabetes,
COPD, Emphysema, and other chronic
conditions. Topics include: Managing
symptoms, stress, and fatigue; Nutrition   and
exercise; Dealing with difficult  emotions;
Effective problem solving; Forming a
partnership with your health  
care team and more.

Classes offered in 13 Bootheel Counties.  
Click on the MPower button below for more
information for each county.  
The 2019 Fitness Challenge will be
here before you know it.  Check
out the Fitness Challenge Page for
more information.