About York County Interagency Coalition (YCIC)
The YCIC coalition developed in December 2000 from York County Community Health Board’s Forecast 2010 efforts. “As York County moves into the 21st Century, strengthening our health infrastructure starts with our citizens.”
Vision: to have a well-informed network of service providers to benefit all York County citizens.
Purpose: YCIC serves to provide a forum for the purposes of providing a medium for all service agencies in York County:
to exchange service and other important information to facilitate service networking;
to optimize interagency case management coordination for mutual clients;
to unite the member agencies’ voices for the purpose of initiating improvements in the local/regional delivery of health and human services; and
to offer an opportunity to members to create study groups/task forces to investigate concerns and areas of interest.
Membership includes representatives from:
Businesses/ For-profit agencies
YCIC members have the opportunity to network at monthly meetings held the third Monday of each month at Jackson’s Cafeteria in Rock Hill from 12:00 – 1:30 pm. Program presentations are followed by networking opportunities and community updates. YCIC members also have an opportunity to share information on upcoming community events through email and website links.
As a partner with YCIC, YourYC.com provides free online promotion for York County nonprofit organizations and community groups. Click here to learn more!
Need assistance or services? Please visit the YCIC members below or download the new York County Community Resource Guide here!
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Monthly meetings are held the third Monday at Hospice & Community Care
in Rock Hill from 12:00-1:30pm.
Feel free to bring your lunch!
Bring your business cards and
event flyers to share!
Special Nonprofit Resources
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