The health and wellbeing of individuals, families and seniors in southern and eastern Kentucky is a priority for Rogers. As such, he has secured federal funds for the Regional Center for Health and Education Research at the St. Claire Medical Center. St. Claire Medical Center works in conjunction with Morehead State University to provide medical support, raise awareness about health and wellness and provides valuable educational opportunities.
Education is a building block for successful communities. Rogers has secured funding over the years to bring important research funds to Morehead State University. Most recently, he secured funding for a scientific research initiative which will not only benefit MSU students and the academic community, but lead to cutting-edge solutions for the U.S. Military.
Rowan County UNITE Coalition & Morehead State University Alcohol and Other Drugs Task Force
Coordinator: Ashley Akers 606-889-0422
Noon on the 4th Monday of each month in the conference room of the Rowan County Health Center, 730 West Main Street, Morehead.
Rowan County UNITE
Third Annual Community Anti-Drug Summit
Community members participated in Celebrate Prevention at the third annual Community Anti-Drug Summit in June 2012, at the Adron Doran University Center (third floor, Crager Room) at Morehead State University.
The summit offered informative sessions on: youth alcohol use, synthetic drugs, methamphetamine, over-the-counter medicine abuse, and local drug trends. In addition, more hands-on learning were provided in areas of: treatment options, enabling and family interventions, concealment places, and keeping youth drug and alcohol free when transitioning from high school to college.Rowan County PRIDE
Bob Wells, Rowan County PRIDE Coordinator
Mayor David Bolt, City of Lakeview Heights PRIDE Coordinator
April Haight, Morehead State Unversity PRIDE Coordinator
Rowan County PRIDE Accomplishments
Homes Affected by Waste Water Treatment Programs
12 homes in Rowan County have received funding from the Homeowner Septic System Program
134 homes in Rowan County have been affected by the Wastewater Construction Projects
50 homes in Rowan County have been affected by the Corps of Engineers Projects
Following is a summary of cleanup totals for Rowan County:
6 streams/lakes/rivers cleaned
6 dumps eliminated
123 roadways cleaned
281 miles of roadway cleaned
52 individual appliances and .93 tons of appliances collected
614 tires collected
2,626 bags of trash and 277 tons of trash collected
1,954 volunteers contributed 5,118 volunteer hours
|7/2/10||Rogers Announces Counties Eligible to Receive USDA Disaster Assistance|
|6/30/10||Rogers: FEMA Individual Assistance Deadline Approaching Soon|
|6/30/10||First Responder Training Consortium to Receive $2.88 Million|
|6/23/10||Kentucky Highlands to Receive Small Business Innovation Funds|