In response to COVID-19 the USC has changed the format of our programs, but we remain committed to providing high quality service to our “leaders” (students) and their families. We are excited to offer a blend of virtual, onsite/in-person, and delivery/drop-off programming for preK-12th grade students. As well as free food pantry and free mental health counseling geared toward adults in our community. Below is a list of our current programming options.

Cost: The cost for all of our prek-12th grade programs is $25 a semester
(if cost is a challenge, please contact us)

Community Programs

VIRTUAL OR IN-PERSON The USC has partnered with New Beginnings Counseling to provide free counseling sessions to anyone who just needs someone to talk to, or to work through something with a professional. Just contact New Beginnings and mention the USC to get your free sessions.New Beginnings Counseling
newlifecounseling.net (complete the inquiry form)
Or call Sherrie Pucket at 913-787-5444
Or Tony Pucket at 913-481-2089
IN-PERSON Food Pantry:
Once a week the USC opens a food pantry for the local community. The pantry provides shelf-stable foods and fresh produce, and is a shopping model where clients can shop/choose what they need or want to take.

For more information on these programs