Easterseals programs across the country provide a wide variety of interventions tat help individuals of all abilities, including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The Public Library offers materials to be borrowed and returned in a timely manner. The library also puts on a number of events for members of all ages.
Parents as Teachers promotes optimal early development, learning, and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. Specifically, this program consists of personal visits, group meetings, screenings, and acts as a resource network.
The One Stop for Early Childhood provides community referral service based on needs, education, and ongoing support for families and children.
The One Stop for Early Childhood provides training and technical assistance for child care providers and early care professionals.
MPACT empowers families to advocate for themselves so that children with educational needs can reach their full potential with training and support.
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.
The Lakes Area Child Advocacy Center provides a safe, child friendly setting for the investigation of child abuse including forensic interviews and medical examinations.
The Ozarks Area Community Action Corporation provides services in the areas of family planning and women’s health, head start program, housing assistance, weatherization assistance, foster grandparent program, and utility assistance.