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About Kalamazoo County Resource Nexus (KCRN)


​Kalamazoo County Resource Nexus is a social service information organization, registered in Kalamazoo County, MI; it does not seek nor desire to make money, merely to help others.  Its main goal is to connect individuals with resources so they may improve their lives. 


​Since its founding in 2012, KCRN has been fortunate enough to be able to help the community and be recognized for what it can contribute:


In 2013,  the Kalamazoo County Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Council (KCAN) included Kalamazoo County Resource Nexus as another source to consider for resources in the Additional Information section of its Family Help Book (page 62).


​In mid-2014, KCRN worked with Coordinator Mark Lull of Allegan County Transportation Services, County Administrator Dan Wedge, and Richard Congdon of Kalamazoo Metro Transit to create the option for individuals in Kalamazoo County to utilize Allegan County's shuttle service, allowing for a wider range of travel for those without steady transportation.  

In early 2015, Kalamazoo County Resource Nexus worked with Ann Bonevich of 
NAMI Kalamazoo, the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office, and several other individuals to correct some terms on the Sheriff's Office's Project Lifesaver page; the words and phrases removed are considered slurs in today's culture.

Since 2015, Kalamazoo County Resource Nexus has sponsored
OutFront Kalamazoo's (formerly the Kalamazoo Gay Lesbian Resource Center, KGLRC) yearly June Pride festival.


In May of 2016, KCRN Founder Scott Anderson, along with other local residents and representatives, spoke to the City of Portage Human Services Board, advocating that the Portage Non-Discrimination Ordinance  be changed to include individuals who are discriminated against due to their sexual orientation or gender identity.  The ordinance was passed by the Portage City Council on June 28th, 2016.