. . . coaching communities in identifying and building local assets.


Our Services:

Formed in 2001, Community Asset Builders, LLC is a non-profit focused consulting firm. We provide a variety of services to a diverse client base, offering stability to organizations by allowing their leadership to focus energy on issues that add value to the organization and its members rather than spending energy on administrative responsibilities. Further, our extensive experience in federal, state and foundation-focused grant-writing brings and expert skill set to the table.

Commitment to our clients is demonstrated through a high level of quality service, accurate reporting and effective communication. We take pride in offering results-oriented, cost-effective service that is responsive to our clients’ needs.

Our team of experts in a variety of disciplines and our seven full-time employees currently provide full management services for two associations, as well as consulting and outsourcing services for a host of non-profit clients.  We understand that the non-profit environment is constantly changing; therefore, we invest in well-trained staff and technology to exceed anticipated needs in a timely, cost-effective manner.


 Missouri Foundation for Health


Recent success stories news:

Approximate total dollars awarded to clients: $100 Million (from various funding sources including local, state, federal and foundation levels)

Jordan Valley Community Health Center was awarded $387,149 in funding from the Missouri Foundation for Health to implement a chronic pain management program. The project, which totals $1.89 million, will provide focused, chronic pain management services for approximately 1,800 patients living with chronic pain over a three-year timeframe.

The Health Care Collaborative was awarded a $900,000, 3-year grant from the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy.Effective Care Transitions for Rural Missouri, will improve the quality and safety of healthcare by improving care transitions from hospital (emergency department and inpatient) to other settings reducing hospital readmissions; improving coordination of services; facilitating enrollment in health insurance marketplace; and establishing primary care health homes for individuals who do not currently have one.

Missouri Ozarks Community Health, Jordan Valley Community Health Center, Katy Trail Community Health and Myrtle Hilliard Davis Comprehensive Health Centers were awarded Behavioral Health Integration grants from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Family Health Center and Missouri Ozarks Community Health were awarded PCMH capital grants ($250,000 each) from the Health Resources and Services Administration to address facility improvements needed to provide patient centered care.

Preferred Family Healthcare was awarded targeted funding from the Missouri Foundation for Health to support an integrated housing project development in Hannibal, Missouri.

News Feed

The fall issue of Rural Roads is now online, and it's easier than ever to access, navigate and share your favorite articles from your mobile device. The magazine highlights how shrinking rural representation in states means a growing role for advocates, a rural hospital initiative advancing prenatal care, ways an NRHA intern and longtime advocate Tim Size reach out to rural, one rural hospital's experience with costly, time-consuming electronic records and much more.

The Missouri Foundation for Health has announced the publication of the latest report in the Health Equity Series: Older Adult Health Disparities in Missouri. The comprehensive report details the many health concerns that Missouri faces as our population "grays" over the next few decades.


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