UCP’s Children’s Program provides services specifically designed to promote the development and learning of children with special needs from birth to five years of age. Services are provided where the child and family naturally spend time, such as in the family’s home, at the place where the child receives childcare services, and other locations in the community. Integrated preschool and outpatient therapies are also provided at UCP.
Northwest Workforce Development Board provides a number of services for individuals in need of employment. The Development Board provides a number of different programs to help individuals be successful. These programs include an adult program, a youth program, and a dislocated worker program. These programs assess the different needs for each type of individual and provide the correct resources for each individual to be successful.
The Source Medical Clinic is a non-profit clinic that provides free services in an unbiased, professional, and helpful way. The free services provided include: pregnancy testing, STI/STD testing and treatment, consulting and counseling, birth control, and much more.
USDA Rural Development helps improve the economy and quality of life in rural America through loans and grants to help support economic development and essential services, such as housing, water, electric, and business supports.
Mosaic Life Care is commitment to the health, well-being and vitality of the communities and organizations served through health-related initiatives and opportunities and providing healthcare that affects overall wellness.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities implements a statewide system of supportive services that focus on assuring health and safety, supporting access to community participation, and increasing opportunities for meaningful employment. The Division offers evaluation and case management to individuals with developmental disabilities.
For support regarding drug and alcohol abuse, suicide, domestic violence, and other crisis interventions visit The Department of Mental Health Website.
First Steps is Missouri’s Early Intervention system that provides services to families with children, birth to three years of age, with disabilities or developmental delays.
Voices of Courage Child Advocacy Center conducts forensic interview when abuse is suspected, follow-up therapy, advocacy for children and families, and community education concerning prevention and awareness.
Community Services, Inc. works to end poverty through programs such as Head Start, Low Income Heating Assistance, Weatherization, and HUD Section 8 housing.