Community Impact - Human Services

The CCDA has been dedicated to the task of providing support for projects and initiatives that promote healthier and safer lifestyles for all residents of Clinton County. Emergency response agencies in our communities have been able to upgrade and purchase life-saving equipment and transport units, advance emergency training initiatives, and enhance emergency response systems with the help of CCDA funds. Our healthcare facilities have been able to purchase technologically advanced medical equipment to provide our family members, friends, and neighbors with the quality of care they deserve in their times of need. The CCDA will continue to seek opportunities to improve our lives by supporting efforts that address important needs and paying special attention to those areas of community life not covered.

 

“The grant we received from the CCDA allowed us to obtain a sophisticated, new treatment planning system for our Radiation Oncology Center. Having this advanced technology available means that our patients do not have to make the trip to Iowa City for the development of their treatment plan. It helps to make their fight against cancer a little easier.”
Mark Dion, M.D
Mercy Medical Center
Radiation Oncology Center

Goose Lake Volunteer Fire Department - Equipment and Used Fire Truck

Mercy Auxiliary - Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - Rescue/Pumper Truck

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - Rescue/Pumper Truck

Low Moor Volunteer Fire Department - New Equipment

Community Care Van, Charlotte

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - New Ambulance

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - New Command Vehicle

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - New Command Vehicle

Camanche Volunteer Fire Department - 55' Telesquirt Ladder Truck & Equipment

The CCDA partnered with the Wild Rose Casino to purchase a van from the Variety Club to be donated to the Skyline Center