<strong>JCCC’s paper initiative supports sustainable printing.</strong> Johnson County Community College has announced that the college is using recycled paper for all campus printing. A multi-year sustainability initiative sparked a collaboration between JCCC’s Center for Sustainability and Document Services, a full-service document preparation, production and distribution facility located on campus, according to the college. Document Services now uses at least 30% post-consumer waste recycled paper for its printing. Expanding on this initiative, all copy paper used in every JCCC office is now 100% recycled.
<strong>Johnson County Mental Health Center hosting first National Co-Responder Conference.</strong> The Johnson County Mental Health Center will host the first ever National Co-Responder Conference from March 9 to March 11 at the Embassy Suites in Olathe, 10401 S. Ridgeview Road. Lt. Governor Lynn Rogers will speak on March 10 at 8:30 a.m. during the day’s opening remarks. People from across the country are expected to attend the conference, which aims to celebrate <a href=”https://shawneemissionpost.com/2020/01/21/latest-addition-to-joco-co-responder-program-offers-insight-on-community-impact-85963″ target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>co-responder programs much like the one at JCMHC</a>: Mental health co-responders are embedded in police stations across the county to assist officers with emergency calls. Conference details can be found <a href=”https://jocogov.org/deptpage/mental-health/national-co-responder-conference” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>here</a>.