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JEFFERSON COUNTY
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MAY 2016
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ADAPT-ABILITY, INC. ............................................................................................................ 9
ADOPTION EXCHANGE ......................................................................................................... 9
ADVOCATES 4 ANIMALS PET FOOD PANTRY ................................................................... 9
AKTION CLUB ......................................................................................................................... 9
AL-ANON ................................................................................................................................. 9
ALATEEN ................................................................................................................................. 9
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (see cities’ listings) .................................................................. 9
ALMOST HOME ..................................................................................................................... 12
ALPHA & OMEGA CHRISTIAN COUNSELING SERVICES, INC....................................... 12
ALTERNATIVE TO LIVING IN VIOLENT ENVIRONMENTS (ALIVE) ............................. 12
ALZHEIMER’S AND RELATED DISORDERS SUPPORT GROUP ..................................... 12
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ............................................................................................. 12
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE RESEARCH CENTER AND MEMORY & AGING PROJECT .... 13
AMBULANCE DISTRICTS .................................................................................................... 13
AMEDISYS HOME HEALTH OF HILLSBORO #1301 .......................................................... 14
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP) ........................................... 14
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION (AAA) MISSOURI ........................................ 14
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY ........................................................................................... 14
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION .............................................................................. 14
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION .................................................................................... 15
AMERICAN LEGION, JEFFERSON COUNTY...................................................................... 15
AMERICAN RED CROSS ....................................................................................................... 15
ANIMALS DESERVING OF PROPER TREATMENT (A.D.O.P.T.) ...................................... 15
ANNIE’S HOPE – THE BEREAVEMENT CENTER FOR KIDS ........................................... 15
ANOTHER WAY COUNSELING SERVICES, INC. .............................................................. 16
ARNOLD COMMISSION ON AGING AND DISABILITIES ................................................. 16
ARNOLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM .................................................................. 16
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION ................................................................................................... 16
ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION .......................................................................... 16
AUXI HEALTH ....................................................................................................................... 16
BARNARD HEALTH AND CANCER INFORMATION CENTER ........................................ 16
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE (BHR) ........................................................................ 17
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE .................................................................................. 17
BEREAVED PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP........................................................................... 17
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP..................................................................................... 17
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU............................................................................................... 17
BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF EASTERN MISSOURI .................................................. 17
BIG RIVER MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE ................................................................................ 17
BIRTHRIGHT, INTERNATIONAL ......................................................................................... 17
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA ................................................................................................. 18
BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE OF ST. LOUIS ............................................................................ 18
BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF MISSOURI, INC. ......................................................... 18
BRIDGEWAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ............................................................................... 18
BUREAU OF SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS .................................................................. 18
CAMP RAINBOW ................................................................................................................... 19
CAROL HOUSE QUICK FIX PET CLINIC ............................................................................ 19
CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES ........................................................................................... 19
CENTER FOR EYE CARE, UMSL COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY......................................... 19
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CENTER FOR HEARING AND SPEECH ............................................................................... 20
CENTRAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF ............................................................................... 20
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT HOTLINE (DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES) ..... 20
CHILD DAY CARE ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS.............................................................. 20
CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER OF EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI ............................. 20
CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY OF MISSOURI ................................................................... 21
CLAIM MISSOURI ................................................................................................................. 21
CLEARPOINT FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS ............................................................................. 21
CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS, ST. LOUIS AREA......................................................... 21
COMMUNITY SERVICES OF MISSOURI, INC. ................................................................... 22
COMPREHENSIVE SUBSTANCE TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION (C-STAR) ..... 22
COMTREA (COMMUNITY TREATMENT, INC.) ................................................................. 22
CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS .............................................................................................. 24
CONSUMER FRAUD HOTLINE ............................................................................................ 24
CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER ................................................................................ 24
COUNSELORS ........................................................................................................................ 24
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA) OF JEFFERSON COUNTY........... 25
COVENANT HOUSE MISSOURI (CHMO) ............................................................................ 25
CRIME VICTIM ADVOCACY CENTER (CVAC) OF ST. LOUIS ......................................... 25
CRIME VICTIM’S COMPENSATION PROGRAM ................................................................ 26
CROSSROADS PROGRAM .................................................................................................... 26
DAY CARE PROVIDERS (see cities’ listings) ........................................................................ 26
DEAF INTERLINK ................................................................................................................. 31
DELTA GAMMA CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS .................. 31
DEPRESSION AND BI-POLAR SUPPORT ALLIANCE (DBSA) .......................................... 31
DE SOTO FAMILY PRACTICE .............................................................................................. 32
DEVELOPING OPTIONS TO VIOLENCE (DOV) ................................................................. 32
DISABILITY RESOURCE ASSOCIATION (DRA) ................................................................ 32
ACCESS HOUSING .................................................................................................................................... 32
HOMELESS YOUTH INITIATIVE (HYI) ................................................................................................... 34
IN HOME SUPPORT SERVICES ................................................................................................................ 34
JEFFERSON COUNTY HUNGER TASK FORCE ....................................................................................... 35
DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION OF GREATER ST. LOUIS ......................................... 37
DREAM FACTORY, INC. ....................................................................................................... 37
DRS & ASSOCIATES ............................................................................................................. 37
DRUG AND ALCOHOL REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT (DART) ......................... 38
EAST-WEST GATEWAY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS ................................................. 38
EASTER SEALS MIDWEST ................................................................................................... 38
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF JEFFERSON COUNTY ...................... 39
ELKS LODGES ....................................................................................................................... 39
ELLIS FISCHELL CANCER CENTER ................................................................................... 39
ENCOURAGING, SUPPORTING & PROMOTING WOMEN (ESPW) .................................. 39
ENDANGERED WOLF CENTER ........................................................................................... 40
EPWORTH CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES .............................................................. 40
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ............................................................................................. 40
FIRE DEPARTMENTS ............................................................................................................ 40
FOOD PANTRIES OF JEFFERSON COUNTY (see cities’ listings) ........................................ 43
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS .................................................................................................. 45
GATEWAY PET GUARDIANS .............................................................................................. 46
GET HEALTHY DESOTO ...................................................................................................... 46
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GIBSON RECOVERY CENTER, INC..................................................................................... 46
GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN MISSOURI ............................................................................. 46
GIVING SOMETHING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY (GSBTTC) ...................................... 46
GORDON COUNSELING AND CONSULTING, L.L.C. ........................................................ 46
GOVERNMENT OFFICES (STATE, COUNTY & CITY) ...................................................... 47
GREAT CIRCLE (formerly EDGEWOOD CHILDREN’S CENTER) ...................................... 48
GREATER ST. LOUIS DENTAL SOCIETY ........................................................................... 49
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – JEFFERSON COUNTY ........................................................ 50
HEAVEN BORN...................................................................................................................... 50
HOSPITAL .............................................................................................................................. 50
MERCY HOSPITAL JEFFERSON ............................................................................................................... 50
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES ................................................................................................. 50
BETTER BREATHERS ....................................................................................................................... 50
BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP .............................................................................................. 50
BREAST FEEDING CLASSES............................................................................................................ 50
CHILDBIRTH CLASSES .................................................................................................................... 51
GRIEF SUPPORT ................................................................................................................................ 51
HOSPICE SUPPORT GROUP ............................................................................................................. 51
NEW VISION ...................................................................................................................................... 51
SIBLING CLASSES ............................................................................................................................ 51
STRESS EVALUATIONS ................................................................................................................... 51
SURVIVORS SUPPORTING SURVIVORS ........................................................................................ 51
SPECIAL PROGRAMS ....................................................................................................................... 51
HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) IN MISSOURI ...................................... 51
IN-HOME SERVICE PROVIDERS ......................................................................................... 51
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE ............................................................................................. 54
JC TRANSIT ............................................................................................................................ 54
JEFFCO EXPRESS .................................................................................................................. 54
JEFFCO SUBCONTRACTING INC. (JSI)............................................................................... 55
JEFFERSON COLLEGE .......................................................................................................... 55
JEFFERSON COUNTY 911 DISPATCH ................................................................................. 55
JEFFERSON COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL DIVISION ...................................................... 56
JEFFERSON COUNTY CANCER CENTER ........................................................................... 56
JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP (JCCP)) .......................................... 56
JEFFERSON COUNTY DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESOURCE BOARD ............ 56
JEFFERSON COUNTY GROWTH ASSOCIATION ............................................................... 56
JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ................................................................ 57
JEFFERSON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY .................................................................. 57
JEFFERSON COUNTY METHAMPHETAMINE ACTION COALITION (MAC) ................. 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY MILITARY FAMILIES SUPPORT NETWORK (JCMFSN) ............. 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY ONLINE INFORMATION NETWORK (JOIN-N) ............................ 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY P.R.I.D.E. .......................................................................................... 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY PET FOOD PANTRY ........................................................................ 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S VICTIM SERVICE UNIT ............. 58
JEFFERSON COUNTY RESCUE MISSION ........................................................................... 59
JEFFERSON COUNTY SMILES TO GO MOBILE DENTAL VAN ....................................... 59
JEFFERSON FRANKLIN COMMUNITY ACTION CORPORATION ................................... 60
JONI AND FRIENDS – GATEWAY ....................................................................................... 60
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT....................................................................................................... 60
JUVENILE JUSTICE MENTORING PROGRAM ................................................................... 61
KATHY J. WEINMAN SHELTER .......................................................................................... 61
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KIDS UNDER TWENTY-ONE (KUTO) ................................................................................. 61
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER.................................................. 61
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF GREATER ST. LOUIS ................................................................... 61
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES ....................................................................................... 61
LAWYER REFERRAL & INFORMATION SERVICES ......................................................... 62
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF MISSOURI ................................................................... 62
LEGAL ADVOCATES FOR ABUSED WOMEN (LAAW) .................................................... 63
LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN MISSOURI, INC. ............................................................ 63
LIBRARY LISTINGS .............................................................................................................. 63
LION’S CLUB INTERNATIONAL ......................................................................................... 64
LOGISTICARE ........................................................................................................................ 64
LOVE BASKET, INC. ............................................................................................................. 64
LUPUS SUPPORT ................................................................................................................... 65
LUTHERAN FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S SERVICES OF MISSOURI ............................... 65
LUTHERAN SENIOR SERVICES .......................................................................................... 65
LYDIA’S HOUSE .................................................................................................................... 65
MAGDALA FOUNDATION ................................................................................................... 65
MAPAVILLE STATE SCHOOL #2 FOR SEVERELY HANDICAPPED................................ 65
MED-STAFF HOME HEALTH ............................................................................................... 66
MEMORY CARE HOME SOLUTIONS .................................................................................. 66
MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF EASTERN MISSOURI .................................................. 66
MERS/GOODWILL INDUSTRIES ......................................................................................... 67
MID-EAST AREA AGENCY ON AGING (MEAAA) ............................................................. 67
MINDS EYE INFORMATION SERVICES ............................................................................. 68
MISSOURI ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY ............................................................................... 68
MISSOURI BAPTIST CHILDREN’S HOME .......................................................................... 68
MISSOURI CAREER CENTER............................................................................................... 68
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS – DIV. OF PROBATION AND PAROLE. 68
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES .................................. 69
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES/TEL-LINK ................ 69
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE ....................................................................... 69
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ........................ 70
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH ............................................................. 70
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY - VETERANS COMMISSION ............... 70
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES – DIV. OF YOUTH SERVICES ......... 70
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES - FAMILY SUPPORT DIVISION ...... 71
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES – MO HEALTHNET .......................... 71
MISSOURI DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION ........................................... 73
MISSOURI DIVISION OF WORKER’S COMPENSATION ................................................... 73
MISSOURI FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT (MO-FEAT).................. 73
MISSOURI FIRST STEPS ....................................................................................................... 73
MISSOURI OMBUDSMAN .................................................................................................... 73
MISSOURI PARENTS ACT (MPACT) ................................................................................... 74
MISSOURI PROTECTION AND ADVOCACY SERVICES ................................................... 74
MISSOURI POISON CENTER ................................................................................................ 74
MISSOURI SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND ................................................................................. 74
MISSOURI STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER (DISTRICT #23) .................................................. 75
MOTHER TO MOTHER TELEPHONE SUPPORT ................................................................ 75
MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING ............................................................................. 75
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MOVING MOUNTAINS COUNSELING, LLC ...................................................................... 75
MULLANPHY TRAVELER’S AID ......................................................................................... 75
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, SHOW ME REGION .............................................................. 75
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI) ................................................... 76
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE (NCADA) ...................... 76
NEW DAY ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL ................................................................................... 76
NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER................................................................................... 76
NEXTSTEP FOR LIFE ............................................................................................................ 77
NURSES FOR NEWBORNS FOUNDATION ......................................................................... 78
NURSING HOMES ................................................................................................................. 78
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES ............................................................................................................ 78
SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES .............................................................................................................. 78
OPEN DOOR ANIMAL SANCTUARY .................................................................................. 80
OPERATION FOOD SEARCH, INC. ...................................................................................... 80
ORDER OF PROTECTION FOR ABUSED ADULTS AND CHILDREN ............................... 80
ORGANIZED ALTERNATIVE TRANSIT SYSTEMS (OATS) .............................................. 80
OUR LADY’S INN .................................................................................................................. 81
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS .............................................................................................. 81
PARAQUAD ............................................................................................................................ 81
PARENTLINK ......................................................................................................................... 81
PARENTS AS TEACHERS PROGRAM ................................................................................. 82
PATERNITY TESTING........................................................................................................... 82
PLANNED PARENTHOOD .................................................................................................... 82
PONY BIRD INC. .................................................................................................................... 83
PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTERS .................................................................................. 83
PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN’S HOMES AND SERVICES .................................................. 83
PROBATE DIVISION-CIRCUIT COURT, DIVISION #23 ..................................................... 83
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S ALLIANCE ............................................................................. 84
PROVIDENT COUNSELING, INC. ........................................................................................ 84
QUEEN OF PEACE CENTER ................................................................................................. 84
RANKEN JORDAN-A PEDIATRIC BRIDGE HOSPITAL ..................................................... 84
RAPE AND VIOLENCE END NOW (RAVEN) ...................................................................... 84
REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR THE BLIND ................................................................ 85
RELAY MISSOURI ................................................................................................................. 85
RIDE ON ST. LOUIS, INC. ..................................................................................................... 85
RIDEFINDERS ........................................................................................................................ 85
ROCKHAVEN ECOZOIC CENTER ....................................................................................... 85
SAFE CONNECTIONS............................................................................................................ 85
SAFE FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN- GREATER ST. LOUIS AREA ...................................... 86
SAFE KIDS ST. LOUIS ........................................................................................................... 86
SALVATION ARMY CENTERS ............................................................................................ 86
SALVATION ARMY CHURCH.............................................................................................. 86
SALVATION ARMY FAMILY AND THRIFT STORE .......................................................... 86
SCHOOLS, PAROCHIAL........................................................................................................ 86
SCHOOLS, PRIVATE ............................................................................................................. 87
SCHOOLS, PUBLIC ................................................................................................................ 87
SERENITY COUNSELING SERVICES .................................................................................. 89
SITEMAN CANCER CENTER ............................................................................................... 89
SMALL ANIMAL FARM THERAPY ASSOCIATION (SAFTA) ........................................... 90
SMALL CLAIMS COURT-ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT COURT DIV. 11 & 12 ........................... 90
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SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ............................................................................. 90
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DEPAUL................................................................................... 91
SOULARD FAMILY HEALTH CENTER ............................................................................... 91
SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTERS AND MEDICAL SERVICES .................................. 91
SSM REHABILITATION HOSPITAL..................................................................................... 92
SSM HEALTH ......................................................................................................................... 92
ST. ANTHONY’S MEDICAL CENTER .................................................................................. 92
ST. ELIZABETH ADULT DAY CARE CENTER (SEADCC) ................................................ 92
ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS (ARC) ......................................... 92
ST. LOUIS CRISIS NURSERY ............................................................................................... 93
ST. LOUIS EFFORT FOR AIDS .............................................................................................. 94
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR ADVANCED DENTAL EDUCATION (CADE) ... 94
SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME (SIDS) RESOURCES, INC. ................................. 94
SUNNYHILL, INC. ................................................................................................................. 94
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF), ST. PATRICK CENTER ... 94
SURVIVORS OF INCEST ANONYMOUS ............................................................................. 95
TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY (TOPS) .............................................................................. 95
TEEN CHALLENGE OF ST. LOUIS....................................................................................... 95
TOASTMASTERS ................................................................................................................... 95
TURNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS (TCA) ........................................................................... 95
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY HEARTLAND ........................................................................ 95
UNITED WAY OF GREATER ST. LOUIS ............................................................................. 95
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXTENSION – JEFFERSON COUNTY................................. 96
VETERAN’S OF FOREIGN WARS ........................................................................................ 98
VICTIM SERVICE DIVISION-ST. LOUIS CO. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S OFC. ........ 98
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF GREATER ST. LOUIS ............................................. 98
WIDOWED SUPPORT GROUP .............................................................................................. 99
WOLFNER TALKING BOOK AND BRAILLE LIBRARY .................................................... 99
WOMAN’S PLACE ................................................................................................................. 99
WOMEN IN CHARGE ............................................................................................................ 99
WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE, THE ........................................................................................... 100
WYMAN EXPERIENCE ....................................................................................................... 100
YMCA, GATEWAY REGION............................................................................................... 100
YOUTH CRISIS HOTLINE ................................................................................................... 101
YOUTH IN NEED, INC. (Y.I.N.)........................................................................................... 101
RESOURCE INDEX .............................................................................................................. 102
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ADAPT-ABILITY, INC.
9355 Dielman Industrial Drive
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-432-1101
Fax: 314-432-0780
Site: http://www.adapt-ability.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Jobsite
accommodations, home modifications,
customized wheelchairs, occupational therapy,
computer access, assistive communication,
training and funding location and assistance.
ADOPTION EXCHANGE
Missouri Office:
3437 Bridgeland Drive
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Phone: 314-291-3313
Fax: 314-291-3373
Toll Free: 800-554-2222
Site: http://www.adoptex.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Helping waiting
children in Missouri find safe, loving, permanent
homes. In addition they assist adoptive families
by providing resource information and referrals,
support, advocacy and education. A resource
directory for adoptive parents is available at
Division of Social Services office.
ADVOCATES 4 ANIMALS PET FOOD
PANTRY
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2361
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Pantry Location:
1316 Commercial Blvd.
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 636-209-5019
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.A4APetPantry.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Ensure that family pets
stay in their homes during financially difficult
times by providing temporary pet food
assistance as well as spay/neuter assistance to
those in the greater Jefferson County area.
AKTION CLUB
Phone: 314-277-3289
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.aktionclub.org
SERVICES OFFERED: A community service
group for adult citizens living with disabilities.
AL-ANON
DISTRICT #002
2683 S. Big Bend Blvd., Room 17
Maplewood, MO 63143
Phone: 314-645-1572; call for meeting location
and times or visit their website.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.missouri-al-anon.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Support group for
spouses, relatives, and friends of person with
alcohol problems. There are no dues or fees for
membership.
ALATEEN
DISTRICT #002
2683 South Big Bend, Room #17
Maplewood, MO 63143
Phone: 314-645-1572 Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 314-865-6022
Weekends and Monday through Friday after
4:30PM; call for meeting location and times or
visit their website.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.missouri-al-anon.org
Meetings: St. Anthony’s Hyland Behavioral
Health Systems, Building A, 10040 Kennerly
Road, St. Louis MO; Phone: 636-933-1211.
SERVICES OFFERED: For 8-20 years old
affected by another’s drinking. This
international organization uses group support
with a spiritual orientation.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (see cities’
listings)
Central Services
14 Sunnen Drive, Suite 144
Maplewood, MO 63143
Phone: St. Louis Central Services 314-6473677
Fax: 314-647-2907
District 17
P.O. Box 44
Imperial, MO 63052
Hotline: 636-467-8129
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.aastl.org
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Central Services exists as an intergroup office
that serves the Greater St. Louis area. Main
purpose is to provide a central phone contact for
AA in the area and to collect and publish a
meeting schedule.
6439 Hwy 61/67
Imperial, MO 63052
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Discussion, Mixed, Closed, NonSmoking
Central Services also sells a wide range of
conference-approved literature and other items
useful to AA groups and members - for example
coins, guidelines, manuals, workbooks, and
wallet cards.
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Parish Office
Building (Joe’s Place District 17)
6020 Old Antonia Rd.
Imperial, MO 63052
Sunday: 6:00 p.m.
Format: Meets 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays. Mixed,
Open, Accessible, Non-Smoking
PERSONS SERVED: Anyone with an alcohol
problem, or anyone seeking information about
alcoholism or alcohol abuse. Sobriety offered
through a suggested program based on twelve
suggested steps.
EXPLANATION OF MEETING
DESIGNATION:
OPEN for anyone interested in AA, for AA
members, their families, relatives and friend.
MIXED/CLOSED: Male and female alcoholics
only.
MALE/CLOSED: Male alcoholics only.
FEMALE/CLOSED: Female alcoholics only.
MEETINGS
ARNOLD
Immaculate Conception Church (District 17)
Activity Hall Basement
2316 Church Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Monday 7:30 p.m.
Format: Speaker/Step/Principle Mixed, Closed,
Accessible, Non-Smoking
Thursdays 7:30 p.m. (Cuckoos Nest District 17)
Format: Open Last Thursday, otherwise Mixed,
Closed, Non-Smoking
Windsor Baptist Church Imperial (District 17)
(1/2 Mile North of Hwy M)
6701 Hwy 61/67
Imperial, MO 63052
Monday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Step Male, Closed, Accessible
CEDAR HILL
Cedar Hill Lutheran Church (Cedar Hill Sunday
Night District 17)
8600 Silver Lane
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Sunday: 8:00 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
Tuesdays 8:00 p.m. (Serenity River Group)
Format: Discussion. Mixed, Closed, NonSmoking
CRYSTAL CITY
Grace Presbyterian Church (I Am Responsible
District 17)
105 Bailey Rd.
Crystal City, MO 63019
Thursday: 7:00 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Closed, Accessible, NonSmoking
New Hope Methodist Church (The Hole in the
Wall District 17)
3921 Jeffcott Blvd.
Arnold, MO 63010
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Open
DE SOTO
First United Methodist Church (Fundamentally
Sober District 17)
Boyd and Second St.
De Soto, MO 63020
Tuesday: 7:00 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Closed, Non-Smoking
BARNHART/IMPERIAL
Rock Presbyterian Church (District 17)
St Rose of Lima (District 17)
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504 S. 3rd
De Soto, MO 63020
Monday 7:30 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Closed, Non-Smoking
Trinity Episcopal Parish Hall (Trinity Dist. 17)
2nd and Miller
De Soto, MO 63020
Friday: 7:45 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Open, Accessible,Non-Smoking
DITTMER
St. Martin United Church of Christ (Pass It On
District 17)
7890 Dittmer Ridge Rd
Dittmer, MO 63023
Thurs 8:00 PM
Format: Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
Format: Mixed, Closed, Accessible, NonSmoking
Friday 12:30 p.m. (Promises Group)
Format: Mixed, Closed, Accessible, NonSmoking
Saturday 7:30 p.m. (A Vision For You)
Format: Mixed, Open, Accessible, NonSmoking
Our Lady’s Church (District 17)
1550 St. Mary’s Lane
Festus, MO 63028
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Open 4th Wednesday; Mixed, Closed,
Non-Smoking
FESTUS
COMTREA Center (New Frontier –
NEWCOMER District 17)
110 N. Mill St.
Festus, MO 63028
Sunday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Mixed, Open, Accessible,Non-Smoking
HIGH RIDGE
Church of Christ (Monday Morning Mettle
District 17)
3512 Gravois Rd.
High Ridge, MO 63051
Monday 10:00 a.m.
Format: Big Book Discussion, Mixed, Open,
Non-Smoking
Wednesday 5:00 p.m. (District 17)
Format:Mixed, Open, Accessible, Non-Smoking
Monday 7:00 p.m. (The Journey District 17)
Format: Big Book; Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
First Presbyterian Church (Promises Group
District 17)
207 N. Mill St.
Festus, MO 63028
Monday 12:30 p.m. (Promises Group)
Format: Big Book/Step/Traditions; Mixed,
Closed, Accessible, Non-Smoking
Wednesday 6:00 p.m. (Train Wreck District 17)
Format: Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
Tuesday 12:30 p.m. (Promises Group)
Format: Mixed, Closed, Accessible, NonSmoking
Wednesday 12:30 p.m. (Promises Group)
Format: Step; Mixed, Closed, Accessible, NonSmoking
Thursday 10:00 a.m. (District 17)
Format: 4th Step Study; Mixed, Closed, NonSmoking
Friday: 8:00 p.m. (Nature District 17)
Format: Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
Saturday 6:30 p.m. (Saturday Night Special)
Format: Mixed, Open, Non-Smoking
HILLSBORO
First Baptist Church of Hillsboro (District 17)
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Tuesday: 7:00 p.m.
Format: Big Book/Step/Traditions; Mixed,
Closed, Accessible, Non-Smoking
Hillsboro UMC (Horizons District 17)
4810 Hwy B
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
Thursday 12:30 p.m. (Promises Group)
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Format: Mixed, Open, Accessible, NonSmoking, Babysitting
HOUSE SPRINGS
Faith United Methodist Church (District 17)
4869 Scottsdale
House Springs, MO 63051
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m.
Format: Male, Closed
Friday 8:00 p.m. (Open BB Study)
Format: Big Book, Mixed, Open
SHADY VALLEY
St. John’s Catholic Church (One Day At A
Time)
4525 Old Hwy 21
Shady Valley, MO 63052
Monday: 8:00 p.m.
Format: Big Book/Step/Traditions; Mixed,
Closed
ALMOST HOME
3200 St. Vincent Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-771-4663
Fax: 314-865-4692
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.almosthomestl.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Almost Home provides
up to two years of education, housing and support
and eight years of after care for 15 homeless
pregnant and parenting teens (ages 12-19) and
their children. There are many facets to the
program at Almost Home:
 Education (formal and informal)
 Therapeutic Counseling
 Parenting Skills
 Health Management (for mothers and
children)
 Independent Living Skills (e.g., life
skills,
financial
planning,
employment training, household
management, social skills, personal
care skills, nutrition training,
emotional-coping skills)
 Recreation and Socialization Skills
 Citizenship Skills.
ALPHA & OMEGA CHRISTIAN
COUNSELING SERVICES, INC.
10626 Hwy. 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-2747
Fax: 636-789-5815
Office hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. to
6:00 p.m. Closed Friday, Sat. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, divorce and
family counseling.
ALTERNATIVE TO LIVING IN VIOLENT
ENVIRONMENTS (ALIVE)
P.O. Box 11201
St. Louis, MO 63105
24-Hour Crisis Line: 314-993-2777
Business Line: 314-993-7080
Fax: 314-567-5629
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.alivestl.org
SERVICES OFFERED: "Nights of Safety"
program provides temporary emergency
sanctuary when all domestic violence shelter
beds are full. ALIVE's additional services
include: a 24-hour crises phone line, emergency
transportation, individual and group adult
counseling, children’s treatment program, court
advocacy and community education.
ALZHEIMER’S AND RELATED
DISORDERS SUPPORT GROUP
Crystal Oaks Skilled Nursing Center
P. O. Box 680
1500 Calvary Church Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-1818
Meetings: First Wednesday, 3:00 p.m.
Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association
ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION
9370 Olive Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63132-3214
Phone: 314-432-3422
Office Hours: M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Site: http://www.alz.org/stl/
SERVICES OFFERED: To eliminate
Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of
research; to provide and enhance care and
support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of
dementia through the promotion of brain health.
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ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE RESEARCH
CENTER AND MEMORY & AGING
PROJECT
Department of Neurology
Washington University School of Medicine
4488 Forest Park Avenue, Ste. 101
St. Louis, MO 63108
ADRC Administrative Office: 314-286-2881
Fax: 314-286-2763
Research Participation: 314-286-2683
Education & Rural Outreach: 314-286-2882 or
286-0930
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.alzheimer.wustl.edu
SERVICES OFFERED: Community volunteers
are evaluated annually for changes in memory
and thinking abilities. Clinical research team is
comprised of physicians, nurses, social workers,
psychologists, and related disciplines. Health
education, individual and family counseling, and
referrals to community resources are provided to
research volunteers.
AMBULANCE DISTRICTS
BIG RIVER AMBULANCE DISTRICT
Main Office & House #1:
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 348
6321 Lorens Lane
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Business Calls: 636-274-3964
Fax: 636-274-3652
Phone: 911 (Emergency)
House #2, 4795 Tishomingo
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-942-3964
House #3, 6969 Wild Cherry Lane
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-671-7500
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.bigriverambulance.com
SERVES: House Springs, Cedar Hill,
Grubville, Dittmer, Morse Mill, Part of
Hillsboro, Goldman Area, and Part of Antonio.
JOACHIM - PLATTIN AMBULANCE
DISTRICT
Main Office & House #1:
1235 N. Truman Blvd.
Festus, MO 63028
Business Calls: 636-937-2224
Fax: 636-937-2225
Phone: 911 (Emergency)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jpadems.com/
House #1 serves Crystal City, Festus and
surrounding area.
Station #2 is located at 1261 Abbey Lane in
Pevely. It is staffed 24 hours a day with an
Advanced Life Support Ambulance. This
station provides the primary ambulance for the
northern most parts of the district including the
cities of Pevely and Herculaneum.
Station #3
Station #4 is located in Olympian Village. This
station covers the extreme southern portion of
JPAD's district.
Station #6 is located at Highway 61N, Festus.
SERVICES PROVIDED: ALS Ambulance
Service, CPR classes, and speakers to
organizations.
NORTH JEFFERSON COUNTY
AMBULANCE DISTRICT
2820 Horrell Lane
P.O. Box 233
High Ridge, MO 63049
Emergency: 911
Business Calls: 636-677-3399
Fax: 636-677-5622
Site: http://www.njcad.com
SERVES: Residents of Murphy, High Ridge,
and part of House Springs.
SERVICES OFFERED: Ambulance service and
24-hour live support/first aid. Speakers, courses
and films on CPR and first aid available.
ROCK TOWNSHIP AMBULANCE
DISTRICT
Mailing address: P.O. Box 629
1800 Lonedell Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Emergency: 911
Business calls: 636-296-5066
Fax: 636-296-8357
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon through Fri.
Site: http://www.rocktownship.com
SERVES: 108 square miles area including
Imperial, Arnold, Barnhart, Kimmswick, Village
of Jefferson, Part of Fenton and House Springs.
VALLE AMBULANCE DISTRICT
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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 460
12363 Highway 21
State Route 21 & Liberty School Road
De Soto, MO 63020
Emergency: 911
Business calls: 636-586-2132 and 586-5121
Fax: 636-586-4436
Site: http://www.valleambulance.com/
SERVES: 221 square miles. Southwest corner
of Jefferson County, including the area north of
Hillsboro to County line, over to Highway WW
to the Southwest corner of Jefferson County.
From north of Hillsboro to Washington and St.
Francois County lines, from Hwy 67 to
Washington County line, on west side.
AMEDISYS HOME HEALTH OF
HILLSBORO #1301
10679 Highway 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-4913
Toll Free: 800-660-7271
Fax: 636-797-5876
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Scheduled Visits: Saturday and Sunday.
Site: http://www.amedisys.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Skilled nursing,
physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational
therapy, personal care, aide services and medical
social services.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED
PERSONS (AARP)
Chapter
2346
Meeting Place: America’s Incredible Pizza
5254 S Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63126-3519
Meeting Days: 3rd Wednesday
Meeting Times: 11:30AM
Chapter
2946
Meeting Place: America’s Incredible Pizza
5254 S Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63126-3519
Meeting Days: 3rd Tuesday
Meeting Times: 11:00AM
Site: http://states.aarp.org/region/missouri/
PERSONS SERVED: Aged 55 and older in
Jefferson County.
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides medical/
surgical insurance plans, non-profit drug
services, group travel rates, legislative
information, community programs, tax aid
program-free assistance from AARP volunteer
tax counselors. Sponsors a thrift shop at St.
Martin’s - all proceeds go to charity.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE
ASSOCIATION (AAA) MISSOURI
12901 North Forty Drive
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-523-7350 ext. 6300
Site:
http://www.autoclubmo.aaa.com/home.html
SERVICES OFFERED: An automobile club,
AAA sponsors prevention programs for children
and teens with focus on driving, cycling,
walking, and school safety programs.
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
4207 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-286-8100
Fax: 314-286-8160
Site: http://www.cancer.org/index?level=0
SERVICES OFFERED: Call 1-800-ACS-2345
to find out if ROAD TO RECOVERY is
available in your area. Items such as nutritional
supplements, breast prosthesis, wigs, and turban
patterns are available. Support programs include
REACH TO RECOVERY, one on one support
for breast cancer patients. For more information
or to locate a Reach to Recovery program in
your area, visit "In My Community" on our web
site at www.cancer.org or call toll-free at 1-800227-2345.
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION
10820 Sunset Office Drive, Suite 220
St. Louis, MO, 63127
Phone: 314-822-5490
Fax: 314-822-5479
Toll Free: 888 DIABETES (342-2383)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.diabetes.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Information, and
referral; educational and summer camps for
children with diabetes, emergency assistance for
insulin and syringes, and youth groups with
ongoing activities throughout the year.
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AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
460 North Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-692-5635 and 692-5600
Fax: 314-692-5694
Site: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/
SERVICES OFFERED: Heart Treasure Chest
program for pre-schoolers, programs for
elementary and high schools, nutrition program,
CPR education, Heart At Work, worksite health
promotion program, health counseling, and
information, self-help and professional
education materials.
AMERICAN LEGION, JEFFERSON
COUNTY
American Legion Post 186
Aubuchon-Dennison
P.O. Box 292
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 314-481-9555
American Legion Post 253
849 American Legion Dr
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-3000
American Legion Post 283
910 Montebello Road
P.O. Box 126
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-2599
American Legion Post 355
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-274-1972 or 367-4620
American Legion Post 783
Denson-Winans, Inc.
P.O. Box 452
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone unavailable
Site: http://www.legion.org
PERSONS SERVED: Veterans, widows,
children and parents of deceased veterans in the
state of Missouri. Represents veterans with the
Veteran’s Administration.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
Greater St. Louis
10195 Corporate Square Drive
Creve Coeur, MO 63132
Phone: 314-516-2800
Site: http://www.redcross.org/mo/st-louis
SERVICES OFFERED: 24-hour disaster relief,
disaster preparedness and training, 24-hour
service to military families, blood drives, CPR
and first aid training, water safety, back injury
prevention and lifeline services.
ANIMALS DESERVING OF PROPER
TREATMENT (A.D.O.P.T.)
Jefferson County Alliance for Animal Rescue
P.O. Box 155
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-942-2313
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.adoptmo.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Eliminate euthanasia
as a form of pet control with a primary emphasis
on spaying and neutering. Will be building a
new shelter with adequate housing that includes
air conditioning, heat, proper ventilation,
medical clinic, isolation areas, walking and
grooming areas, and safe offices for staff. They
also promote pet education and tougher animal
cruelty laws with harsher penalties for repeat
offenders.
ANNIE’S HOPE – THE BEREAVEMENT
CENTER FOR KIDS
Christian Life Center building
1333 W. Lockwood, Suite 104
St. Louis, MO 63122
Phone: 314-965-5015
Cell: 314-368-1818
Fax: 314-918-1438
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.annieshope.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide comprehensive
support services for children, teens, and their
families who are grieving the death of someone
significant. Currently offers ten programs:
1. Support Groups for Families (8 sessions,
one evening a week)
2. Camp Courage (week-long, overnight)
3. Teen Retreats (weekend)
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4. Family Social Events (miniature golf,
bowling, theme parties, barbecues, etc.)
5. School Support and Education (6
sessions, once a week with small group
of students in school setting, or a class
or entire school session with common
grief issue)
6. Hope & Healing Holiday Gathering (one
night open to any grieving family)
7. Horizons (impending death support)
8. Community Resource Library
9. Grief Community Referral Service
10. Speaker’s Institute
ANOTHER WAY COUNSELING
SERVICES, INC.
Joan Brady
1331 Jeffco Blvd., Suite 4
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 314-550-6097
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, couples and
family counseling. Accepts Medicaid and CTS.
ARNOLD COMMISSION ON AGING AND
DISABILITIES
Arnold City Hall
2101 Jeffco Blvd.
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2100
Site: http://www.arnoldmo.org/government/cityboards-commissions/aging-disabilities/
SERVICES OFFERED: Increase awareness of
existing programs and services available to the
aging/senior population and those with a
disability for the city of Arnold, Missouri.
ARNOLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY &
MUSEUM
1838 Old Lemay Ferry Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-2828
Site: http://www.arnoldhistorical.org/index.php
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION
Eastern Missouri Chapter
9433 Olive Street, Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-991-9333
Toll Free: 800-406-2491
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.arthritis.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides public,
patient and professional educational programs
and materials.
ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION
St. Louis Chapter
1500 S. Big Bend Blvd., Suite 1S
St. Louis, MO 63117
Phone: 314-645-2422
Fax: 314-645-2022
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.aafastl.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Serve those affiliated
with allergy and asthma by education support
and medical resources. Most are provided free
of charge.
AUXI HEALTH
1026 Kingshighway
Rolla, MO 65402
Toll Free: 800-771-7440
Fax: 573-341-8164
Hours: 24 hours, seven days a week.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://www.homehealthcareagencies.com/directo
ry/mo/rolla/missouri-home-care-affiliate-ofauxi-health/65270/
Personnel: Physician referral, no physician on
staff, nurse, physical therapist, speech therapist,
occupation therapist, respiratory therapist,
medical social, worker, nurse’s aide,
homemaker, companion, live-in helper,
nutritionist, bath services, and medical skilled
nursing. Other Services: Medical equipment
and supplies. Medicare certified.
BARNARD HEALTH AND CANCER
INFORMATION CENTER
Lobby of the Center for Advanced Medicine
4921 Parkview Place
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-362-7844
Fax: 314-362-1904
Hours 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
Site:
http://www.siteman.wustl.edu/internal.aspx?id=
1158&content=408
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SERVICES OFFERED: The center serves
patients, their families, medical professionals
and others who need current information on
cancer prevention; early detection, diagnosis and
treatment; coping; and community resources.
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESPONSE
(BHR)
12647 Olive Blvd., Suite 200
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Crisis Hotline: 314-469-6644
Toll Free: 800-811-4760
Hearing Impaired: 314-469-3638
Sales: 866-469-4908
Fax: 314-469-5087
Site: http://www.bhrstl.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Mental Health
professionals are available 24-hours a day, 7
days a week to help individual’s access to
appropriate mental health care services.
Services include telephone and/or personal
contacts and assistance in securing emergency
mental health appointments.
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE
415 DeBaliviere, Ste. 250
St. Louis, MO 63112
Phone: 314-644-1557
Fax: 314-361-2658
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, group,
family counseling for victims, perpetrators, and
family. Fees: Sliding scale.
BEREAVED PARENTS SUPPORT GROUP
Jefferson County Group of Bereaved Parents
meets at St. Rose of Lima Church, 3rd & Miller,
De Soto, MO 63020 the first Thursday of each
month at 7:00 p.m. Phone: 636-586-8559 or
931-3944.
Chapel Hill Mortuary’s Bereaved Parents
support group meets at the Northwest Branch of
the Jefferson County Public Library the first
Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Phone:
636-274-4100.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
Immaculate Conception Parish Center (Rear
Entrance – Room D)
2300 Church Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Contacts: Mary 636-282-7263 / Rita 636-2964673
Group meets on Mondays from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU
15 Sunnen Drive, Ste 107
St. Louis, MO 63143-1400
Phone: 314-645-3300
Fax: 314-645-2666
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.stlouis.bbb.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
1. Dispute resolution for consumers about
business
2. Consumer guidance and information
3. Public information about business
4. Monitors advertising practices
5. Monitors charitable solicitations
BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS OF
EASTERN MISSOURI
4625 Lindell Suite 501
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-361-5900
Fax: 314-361-4484
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.bbbsemo.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Child residents in St.
Louis County/City, St. Charles County and
Jefferson County. Girls must be 5-17 and boys
5-17 at the time of admission into the program
(can remain in program until 18 years old).
Professionally-administered agency using
volunteers in regular friendship assignments on
a one-to-one or a couple to one basis with
children from single parent families.
BIG RIVER MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE
Hillside Presbyterian Church
4848 Highway 30
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-671-8075
SERVICES: Limited resources for energy
assistance (electricity) in emergency cases.
BIRTHRIGHT, INTERNATIONAL
Birthright, Inc.
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407 Third Street
P.O. Box 35
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday - Friday
Phone: 636-789-3518
Toll Free: 800-300-3518
Site: http://www.birthright.org
Tri-County Birthright
300 W. Fourth Street, Suite E
Eureka, MO 63025
Phone: 636-938-4221
SERVICES OFFERED: Alternative to abortion
including free pregnancy testing, counseling and
practical assistance for women with untimely
pregnancies. Free clothing - Maternity, infant to
toddler 2, financial aid when available and
referrals.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Greater St. Louis Area Council
4568 West Pine
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-361-0600
Toll Free: 800-392-0895 ext 3128 / 3132
Site: http://www.scouting.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Tiger Cubs – 1st grade,
age 7; Cub Scouts – 2nd grade to 11 years old;
Boy Scouts - 11 to 14 years old; Explorers and
Venturers - young men and women 14 to 21
years old.
BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE OF ST. LOUIS
Attn: Scholar Admissions Representative
755 S. New Ballas Road, Suite 120
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-692-7477
Fax: 314-692-7810
Site: http://www.boyshopegirlshopestl.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide out of home
placement in a small, family-like setting and
excellent college-preparatory educational
opportunities for youth between 10 and 15 living
in compromising circumstances. Participation is
a voluntary partnership with the guardian and
the youth. Generally, placement is through high
school graduation. Financial and emotional
support continues through college. Criteria for
admission includes significant need, average or
higher academic ability, freedom from mental
pathology, and motivation to participate.
BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF
MISSOURI, INC.
10270 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-426-4024
Toll Free: 800-377-6442
Fax: 314-426-3290
Site: http://www.biamo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Offers camps,
conferences, educational scholarships, presents
legislative issues, prevention information and
lists regional support groups.
BRIDGEWAY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
8675 Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-395-8160
Site: http://www.bridgewaybh.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Counseling for adult
and adolescent substance abuse services,
SATOP, domestic violence services, sexual
assault services and compulsive gambling.
BUREAU OF SPECIAL HEALTH CARE
NEEDS
Missouri Dept. of Health and Senior Services
Division of Community and Public Health
Section for Healthy Families and Youth
Bureau of Special Health Care Needs (SHCN)
P.O. Box 570
930 Wildwood
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: 573-751-6246
Fax: 573-751-6237
Toll Free: 800-451-0669
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/shcn/
SERVICES OFFERED: SHCN provides
services for children and adults with disabilities,
chronic illnesses, and birth defects. SHCN is
supported by state and federal funding. The
services available from SHCN depend on the
condition or illness of the individual.
Diagnostic Services include outpatient tests and
evaluations and up to five days of inpatient
diagnostic evaluation for some services.
Treatment Services include inpatient care,
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surgery, therapy, physician office visits,
prescription medication, durable medical
equipment and service coordination. Adult
Head Injury Rehabilitation Services include
cognitive/behavioral, adjustment counseling,
community integration and educational/
vocational training. Service Coordination is a
team process that helps an individual/family to
review their needs and resources to develop a
plan with outcomes to address those needs.
Service coordination helps people to navigate
the system and assures that services are timely,
monitored, and regularly evaluated so that
outcomes are met. It is important that each
person served is encouraged to develop the skills
needed to improve their level of independence.
Service coordinators will continue to monitor
and evaluate services as long as individuals
remain enrolled in SHCN. To be eligible for
SHCN services, you must:
 Be a Missouri resident
 Have a special health care need
 Meet medical and financial eligibility when
required.
Both medical and financial eligibility vary
between service, age or condition. Financial
eligibility is based on U.S. poverty guidelines.
Insurance is not a factor in determining
eligibility. There are no financial eligibility
requirements for service coordination.
To apply for services, contact SHCN for an
enrollment form, or download from our Website
at www.dhss.mo.gov/SHCN. Contact SHCN if
you need assistance at 1-800-451-0669. There is
no fee for applying for services.
The programs offered through SHCN include:
 Children with Special Health Care Needs
Program (CSHCN) Ages birth to 21
 Healthy Children & Youth (HCY)
Administrative Case Management Ages
birth to 21
 Adult Head Injury (AHI) Ages 21 to 65
 Physical Disabilities Waiver (PDW)
Administrative Case Management Ages over
21
 Family Partnership All ages
CAMP RAINBOW
14309 Millbriar Circle
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Phone: 314-469-8035
Site: http://www.camprainbow.com
SERVICES OFFERED: Camp for kids with
cancer or seriously ill children.
CAROL HOUSE QUICK FIX PET CLINIC
1218 South Jefferson
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-771-7387
Spay/Neuter Services:
Monday – Friday 7:30am – 7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Call for appointment
Wellness Clinic Services:
Tuesday 12:00 noon – 2:00pm
Saturday 12:00 noon – 2:00pm
No appointment needed
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.stlspayneuter.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Low cost spay/neuter
for dogs and cats and offers wellness services.
Visit their website for prices.
CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES
Administration and South County Office
9200 Watson Road, G-101
St. Louis, MO 63126-1528
Phone: 314-544-3800
Toll Free: 800-652-8055
Fax: 314-843-0552
Site: http://www.cfsstl.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, group and
family counseling and community education.
CENTER FOR EYE CARE, UMSL
COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY
UMSL College of Optometry
Center for Eye Care
3940 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-535-5016
Site:
http://www.umsl.edu/divisions/optometry/Patien
t%20Services/cecpage.html
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:30 am4:00 pm; Wednesday – Closed; Friday 8:30 am12:00 pm
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SERVICES OFFERED: Full-service vision care
clinic provider eye exams, glasses and contact
lenses for patients of all social-economic
backgrounds. Services also available for
children.
CENTER FOR HEARING AND SPEECH
9835 Manchester
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-968-4710
Fax: 314-968-4762
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Site: http://www.hearing-speechstlouis.org
SERVICES OFFERED:
 Audiology
 Speech / Language
 School Screenings
 Industrial Hearing Services
 Hearing Aids
 Community Outreach
CENTRAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF
825 S. Taylor Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-977-0132
Site: http://www.cid.edu
SERVICES OFFERED: Teach children who are
deaf and hard of hearing to listen, talk, read and
succeed. They partner with families and
collaborate with universities, educators and
other professionals worldwide to help children
communicate and achieve to their fullest
potential. For some children, a good time to
mainstream is when their language level is equal
to that of peers with whom they will work in the
same classroom. For older children, they also
look at reading skills; they like their reading
skills to be at the same level as that of their
classmates.
CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT HOTLINE
(DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES)
Lisa Drew, Circuit Manager
P.O. Box 1088
10325 Highway 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050-1088
Phone: 636-797-9601
Fax: 636-797-9781
Toll Free: 800-392-3738
Persons calling from outside Missouri should
dial 573-751-3448.
Text telephone number: 800-669-8689.
Site: http://www.dss.mo.gov/cd/can.htm
SERVICES OFFERED: The Children's
Division Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline Unit
(CA/NHU) accepts confidential reports of
suspected child abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
Reports are received through a toll-free
telephone line which is answered seven days a
week, 24 hours a day. Members of certain
occupational groups, such as teachers, social
workers, and physicians, are mandated by law to
make reports to the Hotline. Any person may
report, and anonymous reports are accepted from
individuals who are not mandated by occupation
to report. Effective August 28, 2004, Missouri
law requires Mandated Reporters to identify
themselves when making a report.
CHILD DAY CARE ASSOCIATION OF ST.
LOUIS
4236 Lindell Blvd., Ste. 300
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-531-1412
TTY: 314-535-6560
Toll Free: 800-467-2322
Fax: 314-531-4184
SERVICES OFFERED: Government
reimbursement is provided for meals served to
children in licensed family day care homes. Job
training is provided to day care professionals
with an on-site evaluation and assessment
program for member day care centers. Provides
personalized, computerized child day care
referral services for all parents including
employees of contracted companies, low income
and special needs.
CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER OF
EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI
A Division of COMTREA, Inc.
De Soto Office
12803 Serenity Acres
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-1806
Fax: 636-586-9285
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14 S. Washington
Union, MO 63084
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Phone: 636-584-0222
And 636-584-0224
Fax: 573-468-2453
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601 Maple Street
Farmington, MO
Phone: 573-756-4148
Fax: 573-756-1258
Site: https://www.comtrea.org/youth-childrensadvocacy-center
PROGRAM: A community based collaboration,
providing forensic interviewing, sexual abuse
forensic examinations, and education regarding
serious child abuse.
The Center serves an eleven county region of
Missouri to include: Jefferson, Franklin,
Crawford, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve,
Washington, Osage, Gasconade, Iron, and
Madison counties.
REFERRAL CRITERIA: A referral to the
Children’s Advocacy Center of East Central
Missouri for a videotaped forensic interview
must be received from Children’s Division or
Law Enforcement and meet the following
requirements:
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The child is protected.
The child’s condition does not present as a
medical emergency.
The complaint is of a sexual offense as
defined in Chapter 566.010 RSMo, serious
child abuse or neglect as defined in Chapter
210 RSMo, or as a witness to a crime.
The appointment is scheduled according to
our center’s guidelines for referral
procedures.
The child must be between 3-17 years of
age.
The child must have disclosed to a mandated
reporter or been subject to a cursory
interview.
A referral form must be filled out
completely by the Children’s Division
investigator or Law Enforcement official
assigned to the case and sent to the
CACECM via fax or person.
CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY OF
MISSOURI
1167 Corporate Lake Drive
Olivette, MO 63132
Phone: 314-968-2350
Fax: 314-968-4239
Site: http://www.chsmo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Adoption services
(domestic, international, special needs),
pregnancy counseling, 24-hour nursery care for
pre-adoptive infants, guardianship assessments,
residential and respite care for children birth –
21 years of age with developmental disabilities,
and hospice care for terminally ill children.
CLAIM MISSOURI
Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of
Missouri (CLAIM)
Phone: 1-800-390-3330
Site: http://www.missouriclaim.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides free, unbiased
information about Medicare to Missourians.
CLEARPOINT FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS
1300 Hampton Avenue at West Park
St. Louis, MO 63139
Phone: 314-647-9004
Arnold Branch:
1699 Jeffco Blvd.
Fox Valley Center
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-2227
For Appt: 800-966-3328
Site:
http://www.clearpointfinancialsolutions.org
SERVICES OFFERED: HUD-approved
mortgage default and foreclosure counselors.
Bankruptcy, budget and credit counseling.
CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS, ST.
LOUIS AREA
St. Paul’s United Church of Christ
5508 Telegraph Road #1-270
St. Louis, MO 63129
Phone: 314-487-6992
Site: http://coda.org/
Open Meeting, Speaker, Discussion
SERVICES OFFERED: A fellowship of men
and women whose common purpose is to
develop healthy relationships. Relies upon the
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Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions for
knowledge and wisdom.
COMMUNITY SERVICES OF MISSOURI,
INC.
Jefferson County Community Services –
Hillsboro Office
310 Locust
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5249
Toll Free: 800-767-9002
Site: http://www.dwiprograms.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides on-site
services for Substance Abused Traffic Offenders
Program (SATOP), Adolescent Diversion
Education Program (ADEP), Weekend
Intervention Program (WIP), Offender
Education Program (OEP), Required
Educational Assessment and Community
Treatment (REACT), GPS House Arrest,
Defensive Driving, Drug Testing, PreSentencing Investigation (PSI) Probation
Service, Shoplifting and Financial Management,
Out-Patient Treatment, and Gambling Addiction
programs.
COMPREHENSIVE SUBSTANCE
TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION
(C-STAR)
Missouri Department of Mental Health
Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (ADA)
ADULT PROGRAMS:
Phone numbers:
St. Alexius Hospital:
314-865-7000
3933 S. Broadway
Black Alcohol/Drug Service
314-621-9009
Information Center (B.A.S.I.C.)
Bridgeway Counseling:
636-949-9940
Queen of Peace Center:
314-531-0511
Salvation Army:
314-652-3310
Site:
http://dmh.mo.gov/ada/progs/treatment.html
SERVICES OFFERED: Developed by the
Division of ADA and funded by Missouri’s
Medicaid program and ADA's purchase-ofservice system, the Comprehensive Substance
Treatment and Rehabilitation (CSTAR) Program
provides a full continuum of care approach to
substance abuse treatment. CSTAR offers a
flexible combination of clinical and supportive
services, to include temporary living
arrangements when appropriate, that vary in
duration and intensity depending on the needs of
the consumer. To better address the specific
needs of those seeking treatment, four
specialized CSTAR programs were developed:
CSTAR Women and Children: Substance abuse
affects women in unique ways, both physically
and psychologically. These programs are
designed for women and their children. Priority
is offered to women who are pregnant,
postpartum, or have children in their physical
care and custody. Depending on assessed needs,
additional services may include daycare,
housing support and community support for
children that accompany their mother into
treatment.
CSTAR Adolescent: Early intervention,
comprehensive treatment, academic education,
and multiple levels of care are important in
averting chronic substance abuse and resulting
problems that might otherwise follow a young
person for a lifetime. Designed for children 12
to 17 years in age, these programs offer the full
spectrum of treatment services to Missouri’s
youth.
CSTAR General Population: These programs
offer intensive outpatient treatment services to
both men and women with substance abuse
problems. The full menu of treatment services is
available.
CSTAR Opioid: These medication-assisted
treatment programs are designed for medically
supervised withdrawal from heroin and other
opiate drugs, followed by ongoing treatment and
rehabilitation for addiction and related life
problems. Priority admission is given to women
who are pregnant and persons who are HIV
positive. Missouri's opioid treatment programs
meet required federal guidelines.
COMTREA (COMMUNITY TREATMENT,
INC.)
A Safe Place: (Undisclosed location)
c/o COMTREA Administrative/Financial Office
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227 East Main Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-2700 Dial 4 for A Safe Place
Hotline: 800-811-4760
Athena Center:
3343 Armbruster Road
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-232-2300
Fax: 636-337-9109
Keaton Center:
120 North Mill Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-6864
South Office:
110 North Mill Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-2700
Fax: 636-931-1961
South Annex
222 North Mill Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-232-2330
Fax: 636-931-6475
Suburban/Corporate Office:
21 Municipal Drive
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-6206
Fax: 636-296-0102
Northwest Office:
1817 Gravois Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-376-0079
Fax: 636-677-8400
Children’s Advocacy Center - DeSoto
12803 Serenity Acres
DeSoto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-1806
Fax: 636-586-3354
Children’s Advocacy Center – Sullivan
20 Hughes Ford Road, Suite 5
Sullivan, MO 63080
Phone: 573-468-2271
Fax: 573-468-2453
Children’s Advocacy Center – Farmington
601 Maple Street
Farmington, MO
Phone: 636-586-1806
Fax: 636-586-3354
Drug Court – Hillsboro
351 Main Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-232-2303
Fax: 636-789-3242
Susan K Nuckols Treatment Center
9501 Goldfinch
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-321-0106
Fax: 636-797-5991
Site: https://www.comtrea.org/
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 A.M.- 8:30 P.M.
and Friday 8:30 A.M.- 6:00 P.M.
ADULT SERVICES:
Dental Care
https://www.comtrea.org/oral-health-care
Domestic Violence – A Safe Place
https://www.comtrea.org/adult-domesticviolence
Education Program https://www.comtrea.org/adult-educationprograms
Family Medical Care
https://www.comtrea.org/family-medical-care
Individual and Group Therapy
https://www.comtrea.org/adult-therapy-andcounseling
Psychiatric Services
https://www.comtrea.org/adult-psychiatricservices
Substance Abuse https://www.comtrea.org/adult-substance-abuse
ADOLESCENT AND CHILDREN
SERVICES:
Therapy/Counseling https://www.comtrea.org/index.php?option=com
_content&view=article&id=78&Itemid=82&php
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Children’s Advocacy Center https://www.comtrea.org/index.php?option=com
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_content&view=article&id=82&Itemid=85&php
MyAdmin=wahpK4VXiX7isl8jYQB8aEdVaFb
Divorce Support https://www.comtrea.org/index.php?option=com
_content&view=article&id=84&Itemid=87&php
MyAdmin=wahpK4VXiX7isl8jYQB8aEdVaFb
School Services https://www.comtrea.org/index.php?option=com
_content&view=article&id=89&Itemid=90&php
MyAdmin=wahpK4VXiX7isl8jYQB8aEdVaFb
Supervised Visitation Programs https://www.comtrea.org/youth-supervisedaccess-exchange-program
CONNECTIONS TO SUCCESS
1431 Kingsland Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63133
Phone: 314.333.4490
Site: http://connectionstosuccess.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: To empower
determined individuals with a plan and resources
to achieve economic self-reliance.
CONSUMER FRAUD HOTLINE
Consumer Protection Division – St. Louis
Missouri Attorney General's Office
Old Post Office Building
815 Olive Street, Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone: 314-340-6816
Fax: 314-340-7957
Consumer Protection Hotline: 800-392-8222
Site: http://www.mo.gov/homefamily/consumer-protection/
SERVICES OFFERED: Takes complaints and
investigates allegations of consumer fraud.
CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER
US General Services Administration
18 F Street, North West
Washington, DC 20405
202-501-1794
Phone: 573-751-3321 (Missouri Information)
National Contact Center (1-800-FED INFO) –
answered by English and Spanish speaking
agents between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday
through Friday, except federal holidays.
Site:
Consumer Action Handbook | USA.gov - Is a
free resource guide that provides general
information on shopping for goods and services
and tips about your consumer rights. The
Handbook has information to help you file a
complaint about a purchase and includes a
sample complaint letter that you can use and
send to a company. It also includes a consumer
assistance directory, with contact information
for consumer protection offices in government
agencies, and customer service departments at
many national corporations. You can get a free
copy of the Consumer Action Handbook in
one of three ways:
 Online: Order a printed copy of the
Handbook online.
 Download a digital copy of the Handbook as
a pdf.
 By mail, write to:
Handbook
Pueblo, CO 81009
COUNSELORS
Barb Becherer
10814C Business Hwy. 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: (Cell) 314-623-7575
In-office counseling for young children,
individual adults, couples and families.
Specializing in sexual abuse, at risk youth and
their families. Accepts all Medicaid plus most
major insurances.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://bechererlpc.net/
Amy Burlison
26 Summerland Ct.
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 314-691-3611
Fax: 636-349-5276
Free parent education classes. Sponsored by
Parent Link. In cooperation with the Juvenile
Office. DFS, and the Northwest R- School
District. Sessions are 8 weeks in length.
Luann Carmody
P.O. Box 311
Ballwin, MO 63022
Business Office/Fax: 314-601-3713
Phone: (Cell) 314-852-2771
In-home individual, family and bereavement
counseling. Specializes in adoption
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stabilization. Accepts Medicaid, private
insurance, and CTS.
Janet Croft
Phone: (Cell) 314-607-6976
Fax: 636-479-4795
In home individual and family counseling.
Specializes in assisting families and youth with
developmental disabilities and ADHD. Accepts
Medicaid, CTS, GHP and MOLINA. Specializes
in sexual abuse and Christian counseling.
Harriet Lander
225 South Meramec Ave., #432T
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: 314-388-5255
To schedule an evaluation: 314-721-6388
Psychological evaluations and intensive inoffice psychotherapy. Specializes in assessing
bonding relationships. Accepts Medicaid and
CTS.
Dr. Alan Politte
Psychologists and Educators, Inc.
1023 Executive Parkway Suite #8
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-878-8855
Fax: 314-434-2331
Psychological evaluations, ages three to senior
years. Accepts Medicaid and CTS.
Dr. Jim Powers
808 Corvallis Court
Ellisville, MO 63021
Phone: 314-307-1278
Psychological evaluations at the local DFS
office. Accepts CTS and Medicaid.
Risse Counseling Services LLC.
Martin Risse, LPC
101 East Main Street, Suite 2100
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-4870
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL
ADVOCATES (CASA) OF JEFFERSON
COUNTY
Street Address: 4776 Hwy B
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1312
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-789-1766
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jeffersoncountycasa.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: CASA of Jefferson
County advocates for the best interest of abused
and neglected children that are under the
jurisdiction of the Jefferson County Family
Court through highly trained volunteers. CASA
is always looking for volunteers to serve the
ever growing foster care population.
COVENANT HOUSE MISSOURI (CHMO)
2727 North Kingshighway Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63113
Phone: 314-533-2241
Site: http://www.covenanthousemo.org
Covenant House is the largest privately funded
nonprofit agency in North and Central America
providing shelter and other services to homeless,
runaway and throwaway youth. Covenant
House Missouri has 32 Rights of PassageTransitional Living Program (ROP-TLP) rooms-sixteen for girls and sixteen for boys.
Components of the ROP-TLP include not only
shelter, but also counseling, budgeting, life
skills, employment assistance, educational
referrals, and recreational outings. ROP-TLP
clients may also continue to access services from
the day services provided in the Center for
Youth. Residents in the ROP-TLP may remain
in housing for up to 24 months.
CRIME VICTIM ADVOCACY CENTER
(CVAC) OF ST. LOUIS
539 N. Grand Blvd., Suite 400
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-652-9771
24-hour hotline: 314-OK-BE-MAD (314-6523623)
Fax: 314-531-0299
Hours of Operation: Monday—Friday 8:30 a.m.
- 5:00 p.m. Counseling appointments are
available outside these hours by appointment.
Site: http://supportvictims.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: HELP (Direct
Services): CVAC provides the services
necessary to help victims of crime throughout
the metropolitan St. Louis area reconstruct their
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lives following the trauma of victimization.
Services include:
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crisis intervention
counseling
advocacy
criminal justice guidance
information on victim issues and victim
rights
preparation for restorative justice
activities
referral to community resources, and
assistance filing victim compensation.
CHANGE (Public Advocacy): CVAC serves as
an advocate for public policy change bringing
about a more compassionate and fair treatment
of victims by the community in general and by
the criminal justice system in particular.
KNOWLEDGE (Training and Technical
Assistance): CVAC provides training and
technical assistance to other communities and
organizations that seek to improve their
responsiveness to crime victims. We also
provide the law enforcement community and
criminal justice system with vital information to
better serve crime victims.
CVAC and the Crisis Response Team: Since
1993, CVAC has been a member of the
Missouri-NOVA Gateway Regional Crisis
Response Team (CRT). CRT has been
responding to crises in the workplace,
neighborhoods, organizations and corporations.
The CRT now covers the 12 Missouri counties
of Pike, Lincoln, Warren, St. Charles, Franklin,
St. Louis County, City of St. Louis, Jefferson,
Washington, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve and
Perry.
CRIME VICTIM’S COMPENSATION
PROGRAM
P.O. Box 3001
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: 573-526-6006
Toll Free: 800-347-6881
Site: http://dps.mo.gov/dir/programs/cvc/
SERVICES OFFERED: Compensation for
victims who suffer physical injury as the result
of a violent crime and who have unreimbursed
medical bills and lost wages. Total recovery
may not exceed $25,000.
CROSSROADS PROGRAM
626 Cepi Drive
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Phone: 314 532-9991
Fax: 314 532-6609
Site: http://thecrossroadsprogram.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Assisting young people
in the recovery from drug and alcohol abuse. A
private program offering a network of
interacting services including a fee based
intensive outpatient crisis mediation program.
Support group with a comprehensive two and a
half year support system.
DAY CARE PROVIDERS (see cities’ listings)
This is the Missouri Department of Health &
Senior Services link for searching by county,
city, or zip code for child care facilities. This
search will display licensed and license exempt
facilities that are registered and regulated by the
state. It includes homes, group homes and
centers. Site:
http://health.mo.gov/safety/childcare/index.php
ARNOLD
ABC PRESCHOOL OF ARNOLD
2315 Lonedell Rd, Arnold
636-296-7500 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP -49
CHILD TIME LEARNING CENTER
2130 Michigan Ave, Arnold
636-282-2600 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP 14
CHILD TIME LEARNING CENTER
17 Municipal Dr., Arnold
636-282-1616 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP -144
GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN
PRESCHOOL
2211 Tenbrook Road, Arnold
636-296-1292
HAPPY TIME DAY CARE
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1770 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-0909
Fax: 636-282-2090
Ages: 6 weeks – 12 years old
HODA’S MONTESSORI LLC.
8 Enchanted Forest Drive, Arnold
636-282-2321
KATHRYN SHOWERS
2774 Pinebrook Drive, Arnold
636-296-6542
KIDS KLUBHOUSE AND ACTIVITY
CENTER LLC.
38 Fox Valley Center, Arnold
636-287-8888
LA PETITE ACADEMY
3607 Richardson Square, Arnold
636-464-8111 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 126
LITTLE DREAMERS LEARNING CENTER
3642 Telegraph, Arnold
636-296-1029 / State aid accepted
Hours: 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Ages: 2 – 12 years old
MAPLE MEADOWS DAY CARE INC.
510 Maple Meadows, Arnold
636-287-6695 / DFS Contract yes
Ages: 2 years - 10 years / Cap 30
NEW HOPE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
3921 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold
636-464-1434
PAULA GANNON
714 Emil, Arnold
636-296-6148 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: Birth - 12 years / Cap - 10 (PM/AM)
THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE
2000 El Lago, Suite 7, Arnold
636-464-0336 / DFS Contract – Yes
Ages: 6 weeks – 10 years / CAP – 99
THE GODDARD SCHOOL
3228 Miller Road, Arnold
636-296-3160
BARNHART
A CHILD’S PLACE INC.
8325 Old Lemay Ferry Rd, Barnhart
636-942-4555
JENNIFER WATSON
4081 Stoney Creek, Barnhart
636-575-7003
MARY F. DITTER
2205 Parkwood Court, Barnhart
636-467-2580
SAFE HARBOR
1645 Marriott Lane, Barnhart
636-464-3511 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / Cap 93
CRYSTAL CITY / FESTUS /
BLOOMSDALE
ANGELS IN JOYLAND
450 Bailey Road, Crystal City
636-933-7355
BRIGHT BEGINNING LEARNING CTR
1549 West Main St., Festus
636-931-8902 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 13 years / CAP -124
CAROL BURKARD
929 Natchez Trace, Bloomsdale
636-937-8872 / DFS Contract – Yes
Ages: 6 weeks – 12 years / CAP – 10
CHILDREN OF DESTINY CHILD CARE
15533 Gamel Cemetery Rd, Festus
636-937-0800
COUNTRY KIDS LLC.
3318 Hwy 61, Festus
636-937-2923
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHRISTIAN
CHILDCARE AND PRESCHOOL
19 N. 3rd St., Festus
636-937-0043
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JANE ELLEN VANCE
3163 Old Hwy A, Festus
636-937-5460
JEFFERSON COUNTY TELEGRAPH KIDS
KORNER
1265 Dooling Hollow Rd., Festus
636-937-6530
Ages: School age children
YMCA JEFFERSON COUNTY LIL RASCALS
PRESCHOOL
1303 YMCA Dr., Festus
636-931-9622
Ages: Preschool and School age children
DE SOTO
JEFFERSON R 7 PRESCHOOL
2400 R-7 School Rd., Festus
636-937-7170
JEFFERSON R7 KIDS KORNER
2400 Hwy 61, Festus
636-933-6664
LITTLE SCHOLARS PRESCHOOL
409 Deer Crossing Dr., Festus
636-937-2721
THE PLAYGROUND CHILD CARE CENTER
LLC.
1302 Kenner Street, Crystal City
636-933-4242
URSULINE LEARNING CENTER
201 Brierton Lane, Festus
636-937-3344
WEE CARE LEARNING CENTER
821 American Legion Dr., Festus
636-933-2273 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 13 years / CAP - 238
YMCA JEFFERSON COUNTY BRANCH
FESTUS
1515 Mid Meadow Lane, Festus
636-931-9622
Ages: School age children
YMCA JEFFERSON COUNTY – CRYSTAL
CITY ELEMENTARY
600 Mississippi, Crystal City
636-937-1562 /DFS Contract
Ages: 5 years - 13 years
YMCA JEFFERSON COUNTY BRANCH
OUR LADYS
1550 St. Mary’s Lane, Festus
636-931-9622
ADVENTURES IN LEARNING DE SOTO
1107 Clarke St., De Soto
636-337-5665 / DFS Contract - yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 90
DE SOTO DAY CARE INC.
1733 Koch Lane, De Soto
636-586-1631 / DFS Contract - No
Ages: 2 years - 12 years / CAP - 20
DE SOTO HEAD START
1812 Rock Road, De Soto
636-586-1040
ITS FUN 2 LEARN
3225 Baisch Dr., De Soto
636-586-6636
LITTLE DRAGONS PRESCHOOL
1812 Rock Road, De Soto
636-337-8847
REDEEMER PRESCHOOL
1620 New Boyd St., De Soto
636-586-8903
ST. ROSE OF LIMA SCHOOL AND
PRESCHOOL
523 South 4th, De Soto
636-586-3594
Pre-K – 8th grade
YMCA JEFFERSON COUNTY ATHENA
ELEMENTARY
3775 Athena School Road, De Soto
636-931-9622 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 5 years - 12 years / CAP-30
DITTMER
MOMMA BEARS CHILD CARE
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8085 Hwy 30, Dittmer
636-274-2228
ST. MARTIN’S LEARNING CENTER
7890 Dittmer Ridge Road, Dittmer
636-274-4797
FENTON
APPLE TREE LEARNING CENTER
365 Saline Rd., Fenton
636-343-9961
FENTON HEAD START
1201 Saline Rd., Fenton
636-343-4402
FENTON PLAY AND LEARN
1051 Old Gravois Road, Fenton
636-343-9966 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 191
SUSAN JEANNE HASKINS
105 Lavernel Lane, Fenton
636-343-3054 / Ages: 2 -10 Years
TEDDY BEAR DAY CARE
106 Della Dr., Fenton
636-349-5997
HIGH RIDGE
BUILDING BLOCKS DISCOVERY CENTER
LLC
3124 Pleasant View, High Ridge
636-575-3780
CHILDREN’S LEARNING CENTER
2713 Capetown Village Rd., High Ridge
636-677-8101
DEBORAH FORD
2129 Sunswept Lane, High Ridge
636-677-1633 / DFS Contract - No
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 10
FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST PRESCHOOL
2734 High Ridge Blvd., High Ridge
636-376-4992
HIGH RIDGE LEARNING CENTER
3028 High Ridge Blvd., High Ridge
636-677-5909 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 2 years - 13 years / CAP -32
HOPE LUTHERAN EARLY CHILDHOOD
CENTER
2308 Gravois Rd., High Ridge
636-677-8768
PATRICIA BRADLEY
2528 Medford, High Ridge
636-677-0931 / DFS Contract - yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 10
YOUNG HEARTS LEARNING CENTER LLC
1420 Gravois Rd., High Ridge
636-677-6776
HILLSBORO
A PLACE LIKE HOME LLC
6008 Highway B, Hillsboro
636-797-3861
ALL ABOARD LEARNING CENTER
544 Karen Dr., Hillsboro
636-789-3207
CATHERINE EMERSON
132 Southmoore, Hillsboro
636-337-0713 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 12 years / CAP - 10
CHILDREN’S HOUSE OF HILLSBORO
603 Maple St., Hillsboro
636-789-3310/ DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 2 Years - 12 Years / CAP - 50
JEFFERSON COLLEGE CHILD
DEVELOPMENT CENTER
1000 Viking Drive, Hillsboro
636-797-3000 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 2 years - 12 years / CAP - 80
LIL THINKERS BIG THINKERS INC.
102 Fourth St., Hillsboro
636-789-5776 / 6 Weeks - 12 Years
PEACE TABERNACLE DAYCARE
11096 Highway 21, Hillsboro
636-789-3368
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SMALL WONDERS CHILD CARE CENTER
LLC.
10850 Hwy 21, Hillsboro
636-797-3777
YMCA OF JEFFERSON COUNTY
HILLSBORO
101 Leon Hall Parkway, Hillsboro
636-931-9622 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 5 years - 13 years / CAP - 30
CONNIE SUE SCHMITT
815 Vine, Imperial
636-467-1436
CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS LEARNING
CENTER
2862 Seckman Rd., Imperial
636-296-4448
HOUSE SPRINGS
FOR KIDS ONLY CHILD CARE
5432 B Highway 61-67, Imperial
636-461-1888
APPLE OF HIS EYE DAY CARE
4566 Church Rd., House Springs
636-375-9915
FROG EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
1508 Professional Park, Imperial
636-461-0074
GLENDA ENNIS
5888 Terrace, House Springs
636-677-4764 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: Birth - 12 years / CAP - 10
HOLLY A SHELBY
1520 Prehistoric Hill Dr., Imperial
636-464-8852
HOUSE SPRINGS HEAD START
4868 Scotsdale Blvd., House Springs
636-375-5201
MINI SCHOOL OF JEFFERSON COUNTY,
INC.
6434 Upper Byrnes Mill Rd, House Springs
636-677-5596 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 6 weeks - 17 years / CAP - 99
NORTHWEST PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
6992 Rivermont Trail, House Springs
636-671-3330
WARM HEARTS DAY CARE
4235 Gravois Rd., House Springs
636-671-1184 / DFS Contract - Yes
Ages: 2 years - 10 years / CAP - 60
LASTING IMPRESSIONS LEARNING
CENTER LLC
5486 Old Lemay Ferry Rd., Imperial
636-948-1337
MARGOT M TIGHE
4933 Ferris Ct., Imperial
636-296-6764
MUSTARD SEED PRESCHOOL
6439 Highway 61-67, Imperial
636-467-3922
PRIME TIME CHILD CARE ACADEMY
5181 Warren Rd., Imperial
636-464-7476
SHANNON CANCIENNE
5512 Lehigh Lane, Imperial
636-464-2691
IMPERIAL
ANTONIA HEAD START
6283 Old Lemay Ferry Rd., Imperial
636-942-3680
BEST FRIENDS LEARNING CENTER LLC
3653 Gail Dr., Imperial
636-296-0888
THE LEARN & PLAY CHILDCARE CENTER
2278 Castlegate Dr., Imperial
636-464-8239
VALLEY VIEW DAY CARE
2010 Seckman Rd., Imperial
636-464-8730
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PEVELY
ALPHA & OMEGA CHILD CARE II
429 Maple Lane, Pevely
636-475-7577/ Ages: 6 Weeks - 13 Years
VICTORY CHILDREN’S CENTER
1 Victory Drive, Pevely
636-475-3100/ Ages: 2 Years - 12 Years
YMCA OF JEFFERSON COUNTY,
DUNKLIN R-V
30 Main Street, Pevely
636-937-1562
DEAF INTERLINK
100 St. Francois Street, Ste 206
Florissant, MO
Voice Number: 314.837.7757
TTY Number: 314.837.7470
Fax Number: 314.837.0777
Toll Free Number: 800.330.7062
Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
E-Mail: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.deafinterlink.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides sign language
and oral interpreters.
DELTA GAMMA CENTER FOR
CHILDREN WITH VISUAL
IMPAIRMENTS
1750 S. Big Bend Blvd.
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Phone: 314-776-1300
Fax: 314-776-7808
Site: http://www.dgckids.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Early Intervention
Services (Birth to Age Three):
Professional staff of certified educators,
therapists and specialists provides a range of
highly specialized services to children with
diagnosed visual impairments, including those
with additional disabilities. Services vary
according to need and are designed to encourage
each child's optimal development.
Services can be provided in the home or
elsewhere if the child is attending a day care
center or other program in the community. The
frequency and length of the visits are determined
according to the needs of the child and the
family.
Family Support Services (Available to
Families of Children of All Ages):
The Delta Gamma Center supports children with
visual impairments, and perhaps other
disabilities, by supporting their families. Family
members can choose from among the support
services offered or can request specific services
to address their unique concerns. The staff
works to strengthen families by assisting them in
learning about their child, their child's unique
strengths and needs, the resources available in
the community to help them meet those needs
and the skills and information necessary to
access them.
Buddy Builder Classes (Birth to age 3):
Parent child classes, called Buddy Builders,
offer a unique opportunity for parents to connect
with, and learn from each other. Classes are held
three times each month at the Center for children
birth - 3 and their families. Twice a month,
families participate in sensory play activities to
focus on development in all areas as well as
social interaction with other children. The third
class is an "out and about" experience where
children and their parents can explore
community activities that are adapted to be
meaningful for them. Monthly outings in the
community encourage families to venture out in
a safe group, with adaptations.
Buddy Builders classes are a natural way to
learn parenting skills while addressing the
unique learning needs of these children. Classes
provide opportunities to experiment with
different lighting, to adapt toys under staff
guidance, and to establish connections with
other families who can share common concerns
and resolutions. A music therapist provides fun
and engaging ways to teach new concepts and
movement and teachers plan activities for
parents and children together. A classroom
snack provides a fun atmosphere for addressing
feeding and self-care skills. Time to meet with a
social worker is available after each class.
DEPRESSION AND BI-POLAR SUPPORT
ALLIANCE (DBSA)
St. Louis Empowerment Center
3024 Locust
St. Louis, MO 63103
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Phone: 314-652-6100
Fax: 314-652-6103
Friendship Line: 866-525-1442
DBSA Open Meeting: Tuesday 7:00 p.m. – 9:00
p.m. at St. Anthony’s Medical Center, Anthony
House Auditorium.
DBSA Open Meeting: Friday, 7:00 p.m. at St.
Anthony’s Medical Center, Hyland Behavioral
Health System, 10018 Kennerly Road, St. Louis,
MO 63128. They meet in Building B’s dining
room.
Site: http://www.dbsalliance.org
Support group (free of charge) for depressive
and manic-depressive persons.
DE SOTO FAMILY PRACTICE
#12 Jefferson Square
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-6685
Fax: 636-586-2780
Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00
p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Medical emergency
care, routine health care, physicals, pap test,
blood pressure checks, drug screenings, flu shot,
Hepatitis-B shots and extended lab, school and
sports physicals.
DEVELOPING OPTIONS TO VIOLENCE
(DOV)
225 S. Meramec, Suite 213
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: 314-623-5859
Site:
http://www.dovcounseling.com/Home.html
SERVICES OFFERED: Developing Options to
Violence is a program for men who have been
violent or abusive toward their intimate partner.
The program consists of: A private intake
session that includes an alcohol and drug
assessment, a lethality assessment, a social
history, a brief introduction to the program, and
an assessment of suitability for the DOV
Program. (Intakes will be scheduled on an
individual basis.) A minimum of 26 weekly,
1.5-hour sessions consisting of structured
psycho-educational material and group therapy.
Topics include the roots of anger and violence,
power and control issues in intimate
relationships, individual responsibility for
behaviors, and the development of options to
violence and abuse, including skills for
managing emotions, and for non-violent
communication and conflict resolution.
DISABILITY RESOURCE ASSOCIATION
(DRA)
130 Brandon Wallace Way
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-7696
FAX: 636-931-4863
TTY: 636-937-9016
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://www.disabilityresourceassociation.org/
FOUR CORE SERVICES
 Independent Living Skills Training
 Individual and Systems Advocacy
 Information and Referral
 Peer Consultation
ACCESS HOUSING
Access Housing Jefferson County is a Missouri
nonprofit organization which seeks to provide
affordable housing, with a focus on accessibility
for seniors and individuals with disabilities.
DRA is proud to be a part of multiple senior
apartment complexes in Arnold and Festus
serving seniors age 55 and above. 20% of the
units are dedicated to special needs tenants and
services are available to all residents, including
in home help, transportation, and much more.
DRA obtains and rehabilitates and or retrofits
single family homes to Universal Design
standards prior to offering them for sale to low /
moderate income individuals. The number and
availability of these homes is dependent on
outside funding sources.
Site:
http://www.disabilityresourceassociation.org/wh
at_we_do/accesshousing.html
CONSUMER DIRECTED SERVICES
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The Consumer Directed Services (CDS)
program can provide assistance to individuals
with physical disabilities who are 18 years of
age or older. Hiring an individual(s) to perform
routine tasks of daily living and other tasks the
individual(s) is unable to perform alone, allows
this person to live independently. Daily living
activities can include dressing, undressing,
bathing, grooming, housekeeping, meal
preparation, shopping, transportation, etc. The
CDS program is a program that allows the
individual(s) to direct his or her own care which
means the individual(s) choose, recruit, hire,
train, and manage their own attendant. The
individual is the employer not Disability
Resource Association.
Requirements of CDS:
Must be 18 years of age or older
Must have a physical disability
Must have Medicaid
Attendant can be a relative but cannot hire a
spouse.
Hiring an Attendant
DRA will notify the consumer when the
prospective attendant is eligible to start to work
If you are re-hiring an attendant that has worked
for you before, please remember that you must
contact DRA. The attendant will not be eligible
to begin working again until the attendant has
updated the proper paperwork with DRA and
successfully passed the background screening.
If you need assistance in hiring a new attendant,
notify the CDS department. We can assist you
with the search for a new attendant by checking
our attendant registry. The consumer may
terminate the attendant at any time. Please
remember that the attendant is an employee of
you, the consumer, not Disability Resource
Association (DRA)
Qualifications of Employment
* CANNOT be a spouse of consumer
* Must be at least 18 years of age
Here are a few pointers to remember when
hiring a new attendant:
* Must be able to meet the physical and mental
demands required to perform specific * tasks
required by a particular consumer
Each consumer may employ up to four (4)
attendants
* Must agree to maintain confidentiality
CANNOT BE A SPOUSE OF CONSUMER
Each attendant must meet the qualifications for
employment
Prior to an attendant starting their employment,
the prospective attendant MUST complete
training with a CDS case manager. The
prospective attendant must have all attendant
paperwork completed as well as a background
screening done with no findings found.
Upon hiring of all attendants a background
screening will be performed. The attendant must
be able to successfully pass the background
screening in order to be employed.
* Must be emotionally mature and dependable
* Must be able to handle emergency situations
* Can be a friend or relative of consumer, other
than a spouse
* Must have reliable transportation
* Must be able to successfully pass the Family
Care Safety Registry Background screening and
Employee Disqualification list
EQUINE-ASSISTED THERAPY
Equine-assisted therapy riding is a treatment
alternative to traditional clinical settings.
Consumers can be influenced by a horse rather
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than by physical therapy machinery. The
different environment and the warmth and
rhythmic movement of a horse can be used to
achieve therapeutic goals.
Consumers of all ages with a wide range of
disabilities can benefit. The types of disabilities
that can be served include: amputations, autism,
brain injuries, cardiovascular accident/stroke,
cerebral palsy, down syndrome, emotional
disabilities, hearing/vision impairments, learning
disabilities, mental retardation, multiple
sclerosis, post- polio, spinal bifida and spinal
cord injuries.
The horse’s gait produces a motion similar to
human ambulation. That motion can strengthen
and support the spine and pelvis. It can also
stimulate endorphins in the brain that can
ultimately reduce the sensation of pain.
Riding can boost self-confidence, trust and pride
as a result of mastering new skills. Riders with
physical disabilities can show improvements in
flexibility, balance and muscle strength. Riders
with mental disabilities can increase confidence,
patience and self-esteem. Our participants come
into the program determined not to let their
disabilities define them. Instead, they embrace
their new experiences and utilize their
accomplishments in other areas of their daily
lives.
HOMELESS YOUTH INITIATIVE (HYI)
This program is designed to help 15 to 18-year
olds who do not live with their families and are
still in high school. Primary goal is to assist
these youths to become self-sufficient by
providing the tools and resources they need to be
successful in an independent living situation.
Site:
http://www.disabilityresourceassociation.org/wh
at_we_do/homelessyouthinitiative.html
IN HOME SUPPORT SERVICES
♦ Homemaker services consist of general
household activities provided by a trained
homemaker when the individual regularly
responsible for these activities is temporarily
absent or unable to manage the home care for
himself/herself.
♦ Optional homemaker chore services provide
assistance with intermittent household tasks
necessary to the maintenance of a safe and
habitable home environment.
♦ Basic personal care are medically oriented
tasks, which are prescribed by a physician to
meet a client’s physical needs and thereby
enable the client to remain in his or her home
and be treated on an outpatient basis rather than
in a hospital or nursing facility.
♦ Advanced personal care are maintenance
services provided to a recipient in the
individual’s home to assist with activities of
daily living when this assistance requires
devices and procedures related to altered body
functions.
♦ Authorized nurse visits are skilled nursing
services of a maintenance or preventive nature
provided to clients with stable chronic
conditions
♦ Respite care are maintenance and supervisory
services provided to a client in the individual’s
home to provide temporary relief to the
caregiver that normally provides the care.
♦ Advanced Respite care are maintenance and
supervisory services provided to a client with
non-skilled needs that require specialized
training.
♦ Nurse Respite care are maintenance and
supervisory services provided to a client with
special skilled needs.
Duties may include but not limited to...
Advanced Personal Care:
♦ Routine personal care of clients with ostomies
(Tracheostomies, gastrostomies, and
colostomies)
♦ Personal care of persons with external, in
dwelling and suprapubic catheters.
♦ Administration of prescribed bowel program.
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♦ Application of medicated (prescriptions)
lotions, ointments, or dry, aseptic dressings to
unbroken skin including stage 1 decubitus
ulcers.
♦ Application of aseptic dressings to superficial
skin breaks or abrasions.
♦ Manual assistance with non-injectable
medications.
♦ Passive range of motion.
♦ Use of assistive device for transfers.
Personal Care Services:
♦ Planning, preparation, and cleanup of meals
♦ Making beds and changing linens
♦ Brushing, combing and shampooing hair
♦ Brushing teeth and cleaning dentures
♦ Cleaning and cutting fingernails and toenails
of clients without contraindicating conditions
♦ Assisting the client with transfers when the
client is weight bearing
♦ Shopping for groceries or household items
specifically required for the health and
maintenance of the client
Homemaker Services:
♦ Tidying and dusting the home
♦ Cleaning kitchen counters, cupboards, and
appliances
♦ Washing dishes
♦ Laundering, ironing and mending clothes
♦ Sweeping and/or vacuuming, and mopping
floors
♦ Shopping for essential items
♦ Bagging trash inside the home and putting it
out for pick up
♦ Performing essential errands
Chores Services:
♦ Spraying for insects in the home using over
the counter supplies
♦ Providing pest control in the home
♦ Washing inside windows and/or cleaning
blinds, and washing and/or changing curtains
and drapes
♦ Bagging outside trash
Site:
http://www.disabilityresourceassociation.org/wh
at_we_do/inhome.html
JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH AND
EDUCATION COMMITTEE
DRA organizes and sponsors the Health and
Back to School Fair for all low to moderate
income families in Jefferson County. Attendees
receive school supplies, health and hygiene
services and much more. Due to the large
numbers of participants, families must sign up
in advance. To avoid waiting in line, attendees
should arrive early as the crowd is very large.
Individuals physically unable to waiting in line
should call DRA to make arrangements in
advance.
JEFFERSON COUNTY HUNGER TASK
FORCE
Jefferson County Hunger Task Force (JCHTF)
was established due to the great economic needs
of families in Jefferson County. Our food
pantries have had a large increase in families
who are in need of food and personal care items.
Many of the food pantries are unable to keep up
with the high demands. The Jefferson County
Hunger Task Force works with many
community organization and companies to
improve the conditions facing families in
Jefferson County.
Site:
http://www.disabilityresourceassociation.org/wh
at_we_do/hungertaskforce.html
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS
DRA offers several options which can hopefully
meet your transportation needs.
Essential Medical Transportation needs:
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If you are an active member of
Medicaid/Missouri Health Net we can
coordinate your transportation needs
through a company called Logisticare. If
you do not have Medicaid we can offer
you medical transportation on one of our
vans.
Transportation to Dialysis treatment, XRay, Minor Outpatient surgery, or even
a doctor's appointment. This program
features door-to-door services.
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JARC or Workforce Transportation:
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Available for Individuals with
Disabilities and Persons of Low Income
Available for Employment/Interviews/
Education/Training
Currently transporting from Arnold,
Barnhart, Crystal City, Festus,
Herculaneum and Imperial.
Transporting within Jefferson County
and as far as I-55 and Lindbergh.
$3 for a one way trip, $5 round trip and
a $1 additional charge for St. Louis
County Trips.
ADDITIONAL SERVICES:
ASSISTIVE TELEPHONE TECHNOLOGY
Assistive telephone equipment is made available
to individuals with disability related needs. This
equipment includes voice activated, touch
activated, large number keypad, amplified and
TTY equipment for those with hearing loss.
DISABILITY HOME OWNERSHIP
ADVOCATES
This emerging program is modeled after more
widely recognized Home of Your Own
programs. The program is currently seeking
individuals with disabilities who are interested
in home ownership. Qualifications include good
credit and total house hold income of at least
$1200.00 a month.
EQUIPMENT LOAN SERVICES
This program offers long and short-term
equipment-a variety medical and therapeutic
items including electric wheelchairs, home
modification materials and other disability
related items.
HEALTH SERVICE SUPPORT
This service provides information regarding
Medicaid, Medicare and supplement insurance.
DRA also explains in detail all programs
involving public health. Through various
service contracts and grants, DRA provides
limited specialized individualized health /
chronic care for uninsured individuals. DRA
provides a very limited amount of indigent care
for uninsured seniors and individuals with
disabilities.
INDIVIDUALIZED/EDUCATIONAL
ADVOCACY SERVICES
These services are provided in both group and
individualized formats. These services consist of
IEP and Transition planning for both parents and
students. The organization provides direct
advocacy assistance utilizing Independent
Living Specialists and a variety of trained
advocates. Designated advocacy personnel will
accompany parents and students to IEP and
other related meetings upon request.
LOW VISION TECHNOLOGY
Low vision services are provided utilizing
equipment and programs materials provided by
Rehabilitation Services for the Blind. DRA is
equipped with a complete Low Vision center
featuring a variety of magnifying, lighting
devices and close circuit television equipment.
Individuals are given direction as to what
adaptive equipment may be useful in their
situation and can actually use the available
items. Once an individual determines that a
piece of equipment meets their immediate needs,
that item is loaned to them. After equipment is
loaned, a representative from Rehabilitation
Services for the Blind will visit them in person
to provide permanent equipment for daily use.
All equipment loaned by DRA is returned after
the individual receives further services from
Rehabilitation Services for the Blind. This
process maintains the equipment supply of the
Low Vision center.
PARENT SERVICES
These services consist of a variety of annual
training workshops provided by trainers
specializing in a variety of educational
specialties. Currently, the organization has
begun the process of forming Parent Advocacy
Committees with the local school districts and
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hopes to facilitate a cross-district parent
advocacy group to assist other parents as
mentors.
PRESCRIPTION DRUG ASSISTANCE
Multiple Sclerosis
Meetings: Second Tuesday 1:30 p.m.
Parkinson’s
Meetings: Third Tuesday 1:00-2:30 p.m.
This program is sponsored by several
pharmaceutical companies and provides a supply
of specific prescription drugs at no cost to those
meeting specific criteria.
Social/Parent Support Group
Cross Disabilities Group
RAMP BUILDING AND HOME
MODIFICATION
What are your plans after high school?
This program utilizes funds from private
corporations, corporate and community funders
to build ramps or make various adaptive home
modifications for consumers.
Depending on the availability of funds, DRA
makes necessary home repairs for low-income
individuals. These repairs are limited to safety
and structural repairs. No cosmetic repairs will
be considered.
SOCIAL GROUP
The Social Group is comprised of individuals 18
years or older. The group plans and participates
in various monthly activities throughout the
year. Activities range from Cardinals games to
boating and swimming. Contact DRA to receive
additional information.
Social Group meets throughout the year. Contact
us to get involved.
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
This service is offered to assist consumers who
are applying for SSI/SSD benefits. DRA helps
them fill out forms that are needed and attend
hearings/appeals as needed.
SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS:
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Meetings: Third Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
YOUTH GROUP
If you have completed high school what will you
be doing in the next five years?
This will be a time to get to know others and
share in some fun activities.
We will also have discussions on our future and
where we go from here.
Who: Anyone from age 13- 26
What: Social activities and a way to meet new
friends. Sign up to be on our mailing list.
DOWN SYNDROME ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER ST. LOUIS
8420 Delmar, Ste. 200
St. Louis MO 63124
Phone: 314-961-2504
Fax: 314-989-1579
Site: http://www.dsagsl.org/
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Services and support
program for individuals with down syndrome
and their families.
DREAM FACTORY, INC.
P.O. Box 37099
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-727-6766
Site: http://dreamfactoryinc.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Fulfilling wishes of
seriously ill children.
DRS & ASSOCIATES
Robert and Deborah Schlitt
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9116 Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone and Fax: 314-961-5511
SERVICES OFFERED: Psychological
evaluations and intensive psycho-therapy inoffice. Deborah specializes in assessing bonding
relationships. Accepts Medicaid for testing for
children and CTS.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL
REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT
(DART)
1307 Lindbergh Plaza Center
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-569-3105 / 534-1220
Site:
http://www.treatmentcentersdirectory.com/Miss
ouri/St-Louis/dart-19260
SERVICES OFFERED: DART is a non-profit
agency for the treatment of substance abusers
and their significant others. Today DART
provides comprehensive inpatient-outpatient
drug and alcohol treatment along with a 24-hour
hotline run by a professional staff. Clients are
required to do daily chores to keep their living
environment clean and homelike. An on-site
tutor helps clients attain their GED. Life skills
classes are also available to help clients achieve
employment. DART operates three centers: an
in-patient site located in the St. Louis City which
treats chemically dependent individuals with a
5-90 day Detox, a Methadone clinic located in
St. Louis County, and an out-patient site in St.
Louis City, which helps clients maintain their
sobriety.
EAST-WEST GATEWAY COUNCIL OF
GOVERNMENTS
One Memorial Drive, Ste 1600
St. Louis, MO 63102
Phone: 314-421-4220
Fax: 314-231-6120
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://ewgateway.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides a forum
through which local governments work together
to make planning & policy decisions regarding
the St. Louis region. As the regional council of
governments & metropolitan planning
organization, the Council's activities are directed
toward a series of important goals, including a
growing economy, a clean and healthy
environment, safe communities, efficient and
balanced growth, and a well-functioning multimodal transportation system. The Council works
with local governments, citizens, and a host of
other regional, state and federal agencies toward
these outcomes. BOARD MEETING DATES:
The last Wednesday of each month (no meetings
in August and December), at 10:00 AM.
EASTER SEALS MIDWEST
Easter Seals Midwest, Business Office
13545 Barrett Parkway Drive, Suite 300
Ballwin, MO 63021-3823
Phone: 314-394-7100
Fax: 314-394-4007
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.eastersealsmidwest.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
AUTISM SERVICES
Easter Seals Midwest's Autism Services strives
to be a single touch point for help and hope for
families impacted by autism. We serve more
than 2,000 children, teens and adults with autism
across Missouri annually. Training and therapy
services are provided in clients' homes as well as
the following office locations: St. Louis,
Columbia, Cape Girardeau, Poplar Bluff,
Springfield and Joplin.
COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICES
Easter Seals Midwest’s Community Living
Services are committed to helping individuals
with developmental disabilities build skills to
live independently in homes of their own and
participate in the community. Staff members
work in clients’ homes, offering training and
assistance whenever and however needed,
ranging from 24 hours a day to just a few hours
each month. A variety of services are provided
to residents of St. Louis City, St. Louis County,
St. Charles County, Springfield, Joplin and
Kansas City.
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Easter Seals Midwest’s Employment Services
support more than 800 individuals with
developmental disabilities as they build job
skills, and find and maintain competitive
employment within the community. Staff
members match qualified applicants with
meaningful employment, and we continue to
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support our clients as they remain on the job
with job coaching and job retention. These
services are provided to residents of St. Louis
City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County and
Kansas City.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION OF JEFFERSON
COUNTY
P.O. Box 623
5217 Highway B
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5336
Fax: 636-797-5080
Email: mailto: [email protected].org
Site: http://www.jeffcountymo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides a full range of
services to meet growing business needs in the
county. The EDC is the umbrella agency for the
Industrial Development Authority (IDA), which
issues Industrial Revenue Bonds (IRB), and the
Jefferson County Port Authority. The EDC
serves as the contracted administrator for the
Jefferson County Entitlement Programs. They
maintain a storehouse of information designed to
help businesses grow. The EDC coordinates
with County & local officials, business leaders
and an extended network of economic resources
to meet business needs.
ELKS LODGES
Arnold/Meramec BPOE #2372
P.O. Box 262
1515 Miller Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-8960
Fax: 636-464-0766
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Elks Lodge BPOE #2678
P.O. Box 238
8430 Industrial Drive
Cedar Hill, MO 63016-2261
Phone: 636-285-3074 (Lodge)
Fax: 636-285-8984
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Elks Lodge BPOE #689
P.O. Box 220
Clark Street at Hwy 21
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-9750 (Lodge)
Phone: 636-586-5068 (Office)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://www.elks.org/lodges/lodgefacilities.cfm?
LodgeNumber=689
Festus-Crystal City Lodge #1721
4 Elks Acres, P.O. Box 148
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-0910 (Office)
Phone: 636-937-4711 (Lodge)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://www.elks.org/lodges/home.cfm?LodgeNu
mber=1721
Elks Club of High Ridge BPOE #2455
P.O. Box 335
2808 Old Hunning Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-3557 (Lodge)
Phone: 636-677-5333 (Office)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of
the United States of America
Site: http://www.elks.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Community welfare
group which responds to needs which may
include food baskets, free dental care for the
needy, food and clothing for burn out victims.
ELLIS FISCHELL CANCER CENTER
115 Business Loop, 70 West
Columbia, MO 65203
Phone: 573-882-2100
Toll Free: 800-595-6559
Site:
http://www.muhealth.org/locations/ellisfischelca
ncercenter/#.U-OGh5Ug_IU
SERVICES OFFERED: Cancer hospital,
detection and screening, and cancer treatment.
ENCOURAGING, SUPPORTING &
PROMOTING WOMEN (ESPW)
St. Louis Chapter
P. O. Box 31174
St. Louis, MO 63131
Site: http://www.meetup.com/ESPW2010/
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Monthly workshop information: Third Tuesday
Every Month 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Location:
Spazios Westport, 12031 Lackland Road,
Maryland Heights, MO 63146. Cost: $18 Preregistered Members; $25 Guests and Walk-ins
(Pre-registered guests will receive a $7 coupon
to be used toward the $65 membership fee).
Registration: Pre-registration deadline is 5 p.m.
Monday before the Thursday workshop.
SERVICES OFFERED: To give every woman
the opportunity to explore her full professional
and personal potential through the
encouragement, support and promotion of each
member. To unify the community of women
with a strong sense of empowerment and focus.
ENDANGERED WOLF CENTER
P.O. Box 760
Antire Road
Eureka, MO 63025
Phone: 636-938-5900
Fax: 636-938-6490
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.endangeredwolfcenter.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides real
alternative to extinction for hundreds of wolves
and other canid populations through a
comprehensive program of education, behavioral
and reproductive research and carefully
managed breeding.
The Endangered Wolf Center is located on 63
isolated wooded acres with in Washington
University's Tyson Research Center
approximately 20 miles southwest of St. Louis,
Missouri. The isolation allows our wolves and
other canids the opportunity to become
candidates for reintroduction into their native
habitats through the coordinated efforts of the
US Fish & Wildlife Service. Our premier facility
has been responsible for successful managed
breeding and reintroduction programs for the
Mexican Gray Wolf and the Red Wolf.
EPWORTH CHILDREN AND FAMILY
SERVICES
110 North Elm Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-961-5718
Site: http://www.epworth.org/index.php
SERVICES OFFERED: Epworth is committed
to keeping families together, preventing abuse
and neglect, and encouraging self-sufficiency in
at-risk youth served through more than one
dozen programs. More than 5,300 youth and
families turn to Epworth each year for
emergency shelter, residential and intensive
treatment, family reunification therapy,
transitional and independent living programs,
special education, foster family care, prevention
services and a 24-hour help line. Shelter:
Emergency Shelter for youth ages 11-18, 24Hour Help-line service for counseling and
referrals. Transitional Living Program:
Supervised apartment living and case
management for youth ages 16-21 (private) and
17-21 (DFS). Independent Living Program:
Scattered site program that provides case
management and financial assistance for youth
ages 17-21.
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
3309 S. Kingshighway
St. Louis, MO 63139-1101
Phone: 314-534-9350
Fax: 314-531-0372
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. evenings
and weekends by appointment
Site: http://frcmo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Child abuse treatment
and prevention. Individual counseling with
children, teens, or adults; family counseling;
group therapy; parent education; psychological
evaluation; and Family Preservation Services.
Services are offered in a full range of settings
(i.e. in-home, office based, and in school).
FIRE DEPARTMENTS
Site:
http://dfs.dps.mo.gov/programs/resources/mofire-depts.php
ANTONIA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
6633 Moss Hollow Road
Barnhart, MO 63012
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-948-4433
Fax: 636-948-0540
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Contact Person: Chief John Newsome
Email: [email protected]
AREA SERVED: Antonia, central section of
Jefferson County including parts of Imperial,
Barnhart, Hillsboro, House Springs.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24-hour fire protection,
Big River and Rock Township provides
ambulance services. Adolescent fire prevention
programs, tours of firehouse and safety house
are available upon request.
CEDAR HILL FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
6766 Cedar Hill Road
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-285-3345
Fax: 636-285-0434
Contact Person: Chief Terry C. Soer
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: Byrnesville, Cedar Hill,
Oermann, Dittmer, Grubville, and Morse Mill.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24-hour fire protection,
Big River provides ambulance services. Tours
of firehouse available upon request.
CRYSTAL CITY VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT
130 Mississippi Avenue
Crystal City, MO 63019
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-937-3655
Fax: 636-937-6263
Contact person: Chief Tom Picarella
AREA SERVED: Crystal City only.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24 Hour volunteer
service. Tours of firehouse available upon
request.
DE SOTO FIRE DEPARTMENT
114 N. Second Street
De Soto, MO 63020
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-586-3888
Fax: 636-586-6370
Contact Person: Chief Craig Block
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: De Soto city only.
SERVICES OFFERED: Emergency fire
protection and rescue fire prevention programs.
Firehouse tours available upon request. EMS
response to assist Valle Ambulance District.
DE SOTO RURAL FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
201 East Miller
De Soto, MO 63020
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-586-2557
Fax: 636-337-4216
Station 2: 636-586-2022
Station 3: 636-586-1602
Contact Person: Chief Paul Mayer
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: 260 square miles of rural De
Soto district part of Hillsboro, Ware, Valle
Mines, Fletcher, Dittmer, Victoria, Frumet,
Mount Freedom and Blackwell.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24 hour paid and
volunteer fire and life threatening emergencies
protection. Tours of firehouse available upon
request. Fire prevention information provided.
DUNKLIN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
1987 Highway Z
Pevely, MO 63070
Emergency: 911
Business: 636-475-7401 or 479-3797
Fax: 636-479-7670
Contact Person: Chief Gary McClain
AREA SERVED: Horine, Pevely, Osage
Village, part of outside Pevely, and the prairies
of Freidberg.
SERVICES OFFERED: Rescue Squad, EMTs,
Fire Protection, Tours of the Fire Stations upon
request, Fire Prevention Information and Code
Information.
FESTUS FIRE DEPARTMENT
212 North Mill Street
Festus, MO 63028
Emergency: 911
Dispatch: 636-937-4622
Business: 636-937-7661
Fax: 636-937-5031
Contact Person: Chief Charles Cayce
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: Festus area.
SERVICES OFFERED: Emergency fire
protection and rescue. Tours of firehouse
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available upon request. Fire prevention and
information available.
GOLDMAN FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
9001 Old Lemay Ferry Road
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Emergency: 911
Business: 636-789-9841
Fax: 636-797-3177
Contact Person: Chief Gary Peters
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: North of Hillsboro to South
of Otto, Hwy. BB to Sandy Baptist Church Rd,
to Jarvis.
SERVICES OFFERED: EMTs, Paramedics.
HEMATITE FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
3067 Meyer Road
Festus, MO 63028
Emergency: 911
Business: 636-937-6898
Fax: 636-933-4571
Contact Person: Chief Robert L. Hipes, Jr.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: Hematite, Olympian Village,
Georgetown.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24-hour Fire and
Rescue, Fire Prevention Information, Home
Safety Inspection, Smoke Alarms Installed,
Tours of Fire House Available on Request.
HERCULANEUM FIRE DEPARTMENT
151 Riverview Plaza Drive
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-475-3080
Fax: 636-475-9572
Contact Person: Chief Bill Haggard
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: City of Herculaneum.
SERVICES OFFERED: Fire Suppression,
Rescue, Basic Emergency Medical Care, and
Water Rescue.
HIGH RIDGE FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
2842 High Ridge Blvd.
High Ridge, MO 63049
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-677-3371
Fax: 636-677-8124
Contact Person: Deputy Chief Michael Arnhart
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: High Ridge, House Springs,
Byrnes Mill and Murphy Area.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24-hour first aid with
emergency medical technician. Speakers and
films on fire prevention for groups and
organizations. Tours of firehouse available upon
request.
HILLSBORO FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
120 Fifth Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-797-3619
Fax: 636-797-2101
Contact Person: Chief Richard King
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: City of Hillsboro and the
surrounding 42 square miles.
JEFFERSON R-7 FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
13000 State Road TT
Festus, MO 63028
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-937-6878
Fax: 636-937-3600
Contact Person: Chief Jay Katzenberger
Email: mailto: [email protected]
AREA SERVED: Southeast Jefferson County
(50 square miles).
MAPAVILLE FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
P.O. Box 195
Mapaville Fire Dept. Road
Mapaville, MO 63065
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-937-6302 or 475-6167
Fax: 636-933-1962
Contact Person: Chief Darryl Reed
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: 22 square miles – Highway A
surrounding Highway Z.
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ROCK COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT #1
1533 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2226
ROCK COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT #2
1299 Imperial Main Street
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-296-2211
ROCK COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT #3
3540 Lonedell Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-1725
ROCK COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT #4
3889 Miller Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-5288
ROCK COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT #5
3749 Telegraph Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Emergency: 911
Phone: 636-296-2211
Fax: 636-296-2202
Contact person: Chief Matt Mayer
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: Northeastern Jefferson
County (38 square miles).
SERVICES OFFERED: Paramedic Squad,
tours are available, public education, CPR
classes, ERT training.
SALINE VALLEY FIRE PROTECTION
DISTRICT
1771 Springdale Blvd.
Fenton, MO 63026
Emergency: 911
Station #1 Phone: 636-343-9300
Fax: 636-305-1414
Contact person: Chief Bob Dunn
Email: mailto:[email protected]
AREA SERVED: Unincorporated Northern
Central Jefferson County (19 square miles).
FOOD PANTRIES OF JEFFERSON
COUNTY (see cities’ listings)
For current information, contact JeffersonFranklin Community Action Corporation 636789-2686. Refer clients only to pantry or
*EMERGENCY FOOD * serving the area the
client lives in and only at times noted. Client
should provide ID, proof of income and Social
Security number.
ARNOLD
ARNOLD FOOD PANTRY
2024 Key West Drive
P.O. Box 501
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-287-3663
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.wefeedthehungry.org/
Area Served: Arnold and Imperial and part of
Fenton.
Collection Hours: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays; 8
a.m. to 12 noon Saturdays.
Distribution Hours: Call Wednesday between 9
a.m. and 12 Noon to schedule Thursday pickup.
SALVATION ARMY CHURCH FOOD
PANTRY
3740 Telegraph Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-464-0787
Serves Jefferson County only. Bring picture ID,
social security card of all household members,
proof of residency i.e., utility bill, and proof of
income.
Regular Hours: Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Emergency Food: Mon-Fri. 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
CEDAR HILL
THE PEACE PANTRY
6672 Veterans Drive
P.O. Box 32
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Phone: 636-285-0934 /answers on pantry days
Collection Hours: Monday – Thursday 9AM –
1PM or by appointment
Commodities: Tuesdays
Food to clients on Wednesdays: 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00
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p.m. or by appointment. Also has an answering
machine. Commodities are available one time
per month to income–eligible families in the
Cedar Hill, Dittmer, Catawissa, Grubville,
Morse Mill and areas of Robertsville in
Jefferson County. Clothing and emergency
dental services are also available. Please call for
further information.
DE SOTO
DE SOTO FOOD PANTRY
705 E. Stone at Flucom Road
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-7300
Fourth Saturdays: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Sometimes
falls on the third Saturday if there is a Holiday.
Serves De Soto School District.
EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH FOOD
PANTRY
13270 Hwy CC
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-6300
FESTUS - CRYSTAL CITY
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
113 Grand Avenue
Festus, MO 63028-1840
Phone: 636-937-6205
HOURS: Tuesday 9 a.m. – noon
SERVES: Residents of Festus/Crystal City only
please. Residents may use the pantry once every
two months and must show proof of residency
and ID.
LIVING FAITH CHURCH FOOD PANTRY
2170 Buck Creek Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-0775
HOURS OF OPERATION: Second Thursday
11a.m. – 2 p.m. Clients call.
RADIANT LIFE CHURCH
11533 Gamel Cemetery Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-0800
Monthly distribution on the third Tuesday from
6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Call to sign up by the Friday
before.
OZARK FOOD PANTRY
#1 Sunset Park
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-9974
Saturdays: 8:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
SERVES: Festus, Crystal City, Hematite,
Herculaneum, Horine and Pevely.
HERCULANEUM - PEVELY
JEFFERSON COUNTY RESCUE MISSION
*EMERGENCY FOOD*
P.O. Box 211
8943 Commercial Blvd
Pevely, MO 63070-0211
Phone and Fax: 636-475-3030
Site:
http://www.orgsites.com/mo/jeffersoncountyresc
uemission/index.html
Mon - Fri. 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
SERVES: Jefferson County and a portion of St.
Louis County.
Collection Hours: 9:30AM to 2:30PM
Weekdays
Distribution Hours: “If there’s somebody here,
somebody will feed them if they’re hungry,”
said co-founder Louise Sardo. “We don’t have
set distribution hours.”
HIGH RIDGE - HOUSE SPRINGS
ALL GOD’S CHILDREN CAMP
5919 Antire Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-3777
HOURS OF OPERATION: Mon-Fri 8-4
FEED MY PEOPLE
3295 Ottomeyer Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-8451 client should call first
Fax: 636-677-8691
Site: http://www.feed-my-people.org/
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Saturday 9:30 a.m.-12 noon
SERVES: Northern part of Jefferson County
63025, 63026, 63049 and 63052. 63051 and
63066 - Commodities and Clothing.
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HIGH RIDGE FOOD PANTRY
St. Vincent DePaul / St. Anthony’s
3009 High Ridge Blvd.
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-4868
Thursdays 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SERVES: High Ridge and House Springs
HARMONY COMMUNITY CARE
CENTER
5326 Heads Creek Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-942-2325
METRO VISION MINISTRIES
4694 Gravois Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-230-3544
OPERATION HOMEFRONT
5919 Antire Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 314-799-1475
HILLSBORO
HILLSBORO FOOD PANTRY, INC.
10399 Business 21
P.O. Box 168
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-5920
Site: http://hillsborofoodpantry.webs.com/
Collection Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 12 noon Monday
through Wednesday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday
Distribution Hours: 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Thursday (subject to change)
Area Served: Hillsboro and Grandview school
districts.
IMPERIAL
SISTER CHRISTINE’S FOOD PANTRY
St. Joseph Catholic Church
6020 Old Antonia Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-7580
Thursdays 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. SERVES: Antonio,
Barnhart, Imperial, Kimmswick, and Pevely.
RICHWOODS
RICHWOODS FOOD PANTRY
11579 State Highway H
Richwoods, MO 63071
Phone: 573-678-2728
First and third Thursday 2-5 p.m.
Commodities first Monday from 8-12.
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS
Site:
http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/mtgdirMO.
html
"Closed Meeting" = Only those with a
gambling problem, or those who think they may
have a gambling problem, and have a desire to
stop gambling, may attend and participate.
"Open Meeting" = Spouses, family, and friends
of the gambler are welcome to attend and
observe the meeting.
St. Louis G.A.
Monday 7:00 PM
St. Anthony's Hospital
Anthony House
10020 Kennerly
St. Louis, MO
Open Meeting
St. Louis G.A.
Wednesday 7:00 PM
St. Mary's Health Center
Room A&B
6420 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO
Open Meeting
Sunset Hills G.A.
So. Lindbergh Afternoon Group
Wednesday 12:00 Noon
Community Service Of Missouri
4456 S. Lindbergh (Corner of Lindbergh
and Gravois)
Sunset Hills, MO
Closed/Comment Meeting
St. Louis G.A. (South County)
Friday 7:00 PM
St. Anthony's Hospital
Anthony House
10020 Kennerly
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Open/Comment Meeting
GATEWAY PET GUARDIANS
P.O. Box 13243
St. Louis, MO 63157
Phone: 314-664-7398
Email: [email protected]
Site: http://gatewaypets.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Virtual animal shelter
and pet rescue that rescues stray dogs and cats in
and around East St. Louis, Illinois and St. Louis
metro area.
GET HEALTHY DESOTO
Contact: Debby Campbell, 431 Johnston Drive,
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-4570
Site: http://gethealthydesoto.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: To encourage healthy
lifestyle choices through the promotion of
physical activity, healthy nutrition, weight
control, disease and injury prevention.
GIBSON RECOVERY CENTER, INC.
Daryll Watkins, RASAC I, Counselor
P. O. Box 921
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-3961
Fax: 636-789-3745
SERVICES OFFERED: Social detox,
residential and outpatient services, drug court,
SATOP, REACT, federal drug after-care, DOC
outpatient services.
GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN MISSOURI
Girl Scout Service Center
2300 Ball Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-592-2300
Toll Free: 800-727-4775
Fax: 314-890-0645
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
GS Shop & Resource Center:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday & Thursday, 9 am – 6:30 pm
(some select Saturday hours, call for those dates)
Site: http://www.girlscoutsem.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Three council camps:
Camp Cedarledge, Camp Fiddlecreek, and Camp
Tuckaho.
G.S. Shop in St. Louis and Hannibal, plus the
G.S. EXPRESS (mobile shop and resource unit).
SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS
• Project Anti-Violence Education (PAVE)
An innovative program developed to help girls
grow strong by empowering them to prevent
violence in their lives. The program has been
delivered to more than 100,000 youth in eastern
Missouri since its inception in 2000.
• Girl Scouts Beyond Bars
For girls with incarcerated mothers to maintain
the mother/daughter bond and break the cycle of
crime while learning how to grow strong in a
supportive Girl Scout troop environment.
• Challenge & Change
Encourages girls living in rural communities to
become social entrepreneurs who make the
world a better place.
• Making Cents in the City
A three-year progressive program focusing on
building awareness, knowledge and confidence
in the world of finance and money management.
• STEPS (Science, Technology and
Engineering Preview)
Exploring math, science, engineering and
technology fields, girls team up with St. Louis
Community College professors and staff.
GIVING SOMETHING BACK TO THE
COMMUNITY (GSBTTC)
P.O. Box 502
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-937-0575 or 636-937-9443
Email: mailto:[email protected]
SERVICES OFFERED: A group of volunteers
dedicated to assisting in alleviating the
disadvantage and/or misfortune people may
encounter from time to time in Jefferson
County, Missouri and surrounding areas.
Helps with energy assistance, food and
medicine.
GORDON COUNSELING AND
CONSULTING, L.L.C.
Susan Gordon, M.Ed., LPC
6365 Clayton Road
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St. Louis, MO 63117
Phone: 314-646-0487
Accepts Medicaid, MC+, and CTS.
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COUNTY & CITY)
Official Missouri State Website http://www.mo.gov/
Missouri Executive Branch:
 Governor - http://governor.mo.gov/
 Attorney General https://www.ago.mo.gov/
 Auditor - http://auditor.mo.gov/
 Lieutenant Governor http://ltgov.mo.gov/
 Secretary of State http://www.sos.mo.gov/
 Treasurer - http://treasurer.mo.gov/
Missouri Legislative Branch:
 Missouri General Assembly http://moga.mo.gov/
 Missouri House of Representatives http://house.mo.gov/
 Missouri Senate - http://senate.mo.gov/
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Judicial Branch – Missouri Court System http://www.mo.gov/government/judicial-branch/
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Official Jefferson County, Missouri Website http://www.jeffcomo.org/
 Administration http://www.jeffcomo.org/Administration
.aspx?nodeID=Administration
 Assessor http://www.jeffcomo.org/Assessor.aspx?
nodeID=Assessor
 Auditor http://www.jeffcomo.org/Auditor.aspx?
nodeID=Auditor
 Circuit Court Clerk http://www.courts.mo.gov/
 County Clerk/Election Authority http://www.jeffcomo.org/CountyClerk.a
spx?nodeID=CountyClerk
 County Executive http://www.jeffcomo.org/CountyExecuti
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l.aspx?nodeID=CountyCouncil
County Counselor-Law Department http://www.jeffcomo.org/CountyCounse
lor.aspx?nodeID=CountyOffices
County Services and Code Enforcement
http://www.jeffcomo.org/LandUse.aspx
?nodeID=LandUse
Emergency Management http://www.jeffcomo.org/EmergencyMa
nagement.aspx?nodeID=EM
Juvenile Office http://www.jeffcomo.org/JuvenileOffice
.aspx?nodeID=CountyOffices
Municipal Court http://www.jeffcomo.org/MunicipalCou
rt.aspx?nodeID=CountyOffices
Parks http://www.jeffcomo.org/Parks.aspx?no
deID=Parks
Prosecuting Attorney http://www.jeffcomo.org/ProsecutingAtt
y.aspx?nodeID=PA
Public Administrator http://www.jeffcomo.org/PublicAdmin.a
spx?nodeID=PublicAdmin
Public Works http://www.jeffcomo.org/PublicWorks.a
spx?nodeID=PublicWorks
Recorder of Deeds http://www.jeffcomo.org/Recorder.aspx
?nodeID=Recorder
Sheriff - http://www.jcsd.org/
Treasurer http://www.jeffcomo.org/Treasurer.aspx
?nodeID=CountyOffices
CITY GOVERNMENT
Arnold City Hall
2101 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2100
Fax: 636-282-2399
Site: http://www.arnoldmo.org/
Byrnes Mill City Clerk
P.O. Box 255
127 Osage Executive Circle
Byrnes Mill, MO 63051
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Phone: 636-677-7727
Fax: 636-677-5533
Village of Cedar Hill Lakes
7344B Springdale Drive
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Phone: 636-285-8804
Crystal City Clerk
130 Mississippi Avenue
Crystal City, MO 63019-1634
Phone: 636-937-4614
Fax: 636-931-4634
Site: http://www.crystalcitymo.org/
De Soto City Clerk
17 Boyd Street
De Soto, MO 63020-1747
Phone: 636-586-3326
Fax: 636-586-9201
Site: http://www.desotomo.com/
Fenton City Hall
625 New Smizer Mill Road
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-343-2080
Festus City Hall
711 West Main Street
Festus, MO 63028-1719
Phone: 636-937-4694
Fax: 636-937-2140
Site: http://www.cityoffestus.org/
Herculaneum City Office
One Parkwood Court
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 636-475-4447
Fax: 636-475-6191
Site: http://www.cityofherculaneum.org/
Hillsboro City Office
101 Main Street
P.O. Box 19
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-3334
Fax: 636-789-2112
Site: http://www.hillsboromo.org/
Kimmswick City Hall
P.O. Box 27
6041 Third Street
Kimmswick, MO 63053
Phone: 636-464-7407
Site: http://visitkimmswick.com/
Olympian Village City Office
205 Kronos Drive
De Soto, MO 63020-4659
Phone: 636-586-5452
Fax: 636-586-2758
Village of Parkdale
P.O. Box 606
High Ridge, MO 63049-0606
Phone: 636-677-8222
Pevely City Hall
301 Main Street
P.O. Box 358
Pevely, MO 63070-0358
Phone: 636-475-4452
Fax: 636-475-4116
Site: http://cityofpevely.org/
Town of Scotsdale
P.O. Box 37
House Springs, MO 63051-0037
Phone: 636-671-0650
GREAT CIRCLE (formerly EDGEWOOD
CHILDREN’S CENTER)
330 North Gore Avenue
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Phone: 314-968-2060
Fax: 314-968-8308
Administrative Office Hours: 8:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Site: http://www.greatcircle.org/
Persons Served: Children ages 5 to 14, for
temporary respite care, 24-hour to two weeks
extended care. Children must be able to care for
themselves; those with behavior problems are
accepted. Arrangements must be made in
advance. Children may be referred by a
physician, mental health professional, children
welfare agency, educator, juvenile court,
insurance plan, or individual family.
SERVICES:
Residential Treatment
Provides care for 48 severely disturbed children
in an open campus setting where the children live
and attend school. Boys 5 - 14 years old and girls
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5 - 17 years old are served. Licensed Clinical
Social Worker - Therapists, Certified Special
Education Teachers, and Child Care Workers
provide the care, treatment, education and
therapy in the on-campus school and living units.
Safe Intensive Treatment Unit: The Kresge
Unit provides long - term residential care to
adolescent girls with severe emotional problems.
Provides a safe, secure treatment setting for
eight girls.
Diagnostic Unit: Provides inpatient diagnostic
services in an open setting. Children referred by
private health practitioners and other agencies.
Recommendations are provided to the referral
source. A written report detailing the findings,
plus full treatment and or placement
recommendations are available prior to
discharge.
Respite Care: Provides temporary care by
trained, qualified professionals in order to meet
family needs and maintain the mental well-being
of the emotional disturbed child and his (her)
family. Goal is to avoid long term residential
placement and enable the family to continue to
care for the child at the home. Children ages 5 14 with emotional and behavioral problems who
may also be mildly mentally retarded or
developmentally disabled. To refer a child,
contact the coordinator of Respite Care 314-9682060.
Day Treatment / Partial Hospitalization:
Provides intensive therapy in a Special
Education Setting for emotionally disturbed
children who have severe behavior or learning
problems. Goal is to help the children develop
skills to function in the community so they can
remain with their families. The program is a
year-round program with one teacher therapist
assigned to each group of eight children.
Special Education: The school at Edgewood
Children’s Center is a fully accredited special
education school with licenser from the Missouri
Department of Elementary and Secondary
Education and the Illinois State board of
Education. Edgewood’s School prepares
students to be successful in less restrictive
school placements.
Outpatient Therapy: Provides services to
families who are experiencing a crisis or who
need other special assistance. The Outpatient
Therapy Department offers an alternative to the
more intensive services offered at Edgewood
Children’s Center.
Family Focus Program: Provides a ninemonth intensive treatment program in which the
family is seen as central to the successful reentry of the child into their home and
community. The family must be motivated to
keep or return the children to the home and be
willing to participate in this home-based
community intervention.
Family Preservation Services: A short-term,
intensive, crisis intervention program designed
to help keep troubled families together. A
Family Specialist works directly with a family in
their home for four to six weeks. The specialist
is on call to families 24 hours a day, seven days
a week.
Extended Families First: Intensive in-home
reunification program which last three months.
During home-bound family sessions, an
experienced therapist assists the family with the
child’s transition back into the home from a
residential treatment or hospital setting.
Families First: Short-term intensive crisis
intervention program in which a family therapist
works directly with a family in their home to
keep the family together. Their basic belief is
that troubled families can be strengthened and
that each family has the ability to make positive
changes which will benefit each family member.
Fees: Based on ability to pay.
GREATER ST. LOUIS DENTAL SOCIETY
11457 Olde Cabin Road, Ste 300
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-569-0444
Fax: 314-569-0448
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.gslds.org/
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SERVICES OFFERED: Purpose is to serve the
dental needs of St. Louis by promoting public
health through service and education. The
Greater St. Louis Dental Society is dedicated to
providing the most up-to-date industry
information to the dental community it serves.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY –
JEFFERSON COUNTY
P. O. Box 184
100 A Bailey Road
Crystal City, MO 63019-0184
Phone: 636-933-3606
Site: http://www.habitatjeffcomo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Utilizing volunteer
labor, management skills and tax - deductible
donation of money and materials, Jefferson
County Habitat builds homes with the help of
the new homeowners. Houses are sold at no
profit to selected partner families. No interest
mortgages are issued for a fixed time period and
monthly payments, including taxes and
insurance, are repaid and recycled to build
additional homes. Resale store is located at
1661 Veterans Drive in De Soto, MO 63020.
Excellent volunteer opportunities for older youth
and youth groups.
HEAVEN BORN
Maureen Day
5547 Wooded Creek Drive
St. Charles, MO 63304
Phone: 636-329-1557
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.heavenborn.com/
Meets the third Tuesday (evening) of each
month to make pillows that are given to moms
who have lost a baby.
HOSPITAL
MERCY HOSPITAL JEFFERSON
1400 Highway 61 South
P.O. Box 350
Crystal City, MO 63019-0350
Phone: Switchboard: 636-933-1000
Emergency Room:
636-933-1111
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.mercy.net/practice/mercyhospital-jefferson
SERVICES OFFERED: General medical and
surgical care for inpatient, outpatient, and
emergency room patients, and participates in the
Medicare and Medicaid programs. Emergency
room services are available on a 24-hour per
day, seven-day per week basis.
Among the services we provide are:
 Bariatrics
 Cancer Care
 Children’s Care
 Digestive Health
 Heart Care
 Mother and Baby Care
 Neurosciences and Stroke
 Orthopedic and Sport Care
 Primary Care
 Trauma and Burn Care
 Women’s Care
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
Intake & Crisis Hotline: 636-933-1211, 24
hours daily
SERVICES OFFERED: Short term,
individualized psychiatric treatment for
voluntary patients aged thirteen and older.
Adolescent and geriatric specialty floors;
psychiatric home care. Eight hours of structured
therapeutic activities are provided weekdays.
Confidential evaluations are also free of charge.
Most insurance is accepted, including Medicare
and Medicaid. Partial hospitalization, and
intensive outpatient services are available.
BETTER BREATHERS
A support group for patients and their family
with chronic lung disease and/or heart disease.
Classes are held in the Conference Center. For
more information, contact 636-933-1681.
BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
A group for anyone newly diagnosed,
undergoing treatment, or in remission. Meets
the second Saturday of each month 10 a.m. in
the Rehab Center. Meets the second Tuesday of
each month in Patients Accounts. For more
information call 636-933-5747.
BREAST FEEDING CLASSES
Phone: 636-933-1385 or 933-1320
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A certified Lactation Consultation is holding
classes for expectant and nursing mothers.
For patients diagnosed with heart or lung
disease. Family members welcome.
CHILDBIRTH CLASSES
Phone: 636-933-1385
A one day program covering physiology and
anomaly of pregnancy, the labor process,
Lamaze breathing, and childcare. Pre-admission
is recommended.
Dial-A-Doc
Free Physical referral 636-933-1147 or 4641883.
GRIEF SUPPORT
A group for those who have suffered the loss of
a loved one. Meets the first and third Monday of
the month at 1:00 p.m. in the Conference Center.
For more information, call Chaplain Dennis
Heck at 636-933-1325.
HOSPICE SUPPORT GROUP
Phone: 636-933-5779
Meets second Monday at 10:00 a.m. in the
Jefferson Regional Home Care and Hospice
Building (behind the hospital).
NEW VISION
Inpatient medical stabilization service. This
service treats the withdrawal symptoms and
medical complications associated with physical
dependency on alcohol and/or other drugs.
Phone: 636-933-1489
Toll Free: 1-800-939-CARE
Fax: 636-933-8037
SIBLING CLASSES
90-minute class for future brothers and sisters.
Call 636-933-1385 for information.
STRESS EVALUATIONS
Contact: 24-hour Hotline at 636-933-1211
Free, confidential service. A professional
therapist on staff at Jefferson Regional Medical
Center is available to meet with you or a loved
one.
SURVIVORS SUPPORTING SURVIVORS
For individuals who have lost a loved one to
suicide. For more information call Dennis at
636-933-1325.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Cardiopulmonary Rehab
Phone: 636-933-1681
Speakers Bureau
Specialized education service available to all
community organizations. For more information
call 636-933-1324.
VIP Care (Senior Services)
Coordinated services for older adults includes
transportation, accompaniment during outpatient
visits and patient monitoring. For more
information call 636-933-1124.
HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
(HUD) IN MISSOURI
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development - St. Louis Field Office
Robert A. Young Federal Office Building
1222 Spruce Street, Suite 3203
St. Louis, MO 63103-2836
Phone: 314-539-6583
Fax: 314-539-6384
Jurisdiction: Eastern half of Missouri
Site:
http://www.hud.gov/local/index.cfm?state=mo
HUD is the nation's housing agency committed
to increasing homeownership, particularly
among minorities; creating affordable housing
opportunities for low-income Americans; and
supporting the homeless, elderly, people with
disabilities and people living with AIDS. The
Department also promotes economic and
community development and enforces the
nation's fair housing laws.
IN-HOME SERVICE PROVIDERS
For more information, contact Missouri
Department of Health and Senior Services at
573-522-8689.
AAA Harmony Care, LLC
1451 Mullanphy
St. Louis, MO 63106
Phone: 314-588-1580
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Advantage Nursing Services, Inc.
8630 Delmar, Ste 215
St. Louis, MO 63124
Phone: 314-997-7175
Algonquin Nurses
6696 Mall Drive
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Phone: 636-274-1870
Fax: 800-401-0405
Aging Made Easy, LLC
2385 Hampton, Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63139
Phone: 314-646-0660
Alpha Care, Inc.
9312 Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-993-2273
American Home Care Management
10 S. Coffman, Suite B
Park Hills, MO 63601
Phone: 573-431-6685
Bayada Nurses, Inc.
13131 Tesson Ferry Road, Suite 110
St. Louis, MO 63128
Phone: 314-849-1188
BJC-Home Care Services
757 Weber Road
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-760-8552
Toll Free: 888-213-8552
Fax: 573-760-8590
Caregivers In-Home Services, Inc.
15733 Meadowbrook Way
Hazelwood, MO 63043
Phone: 314-731-6563
Caring Hearts Agency, Inc.
8944 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, MO 63121
Phone: 314-426-9319
Charity’s Home Health Care Agency, Inc.
12405 Old Halls Ferry Road #103
Florissant, MO 63033
Phone: 314-438-1800
Cooperative Home Care, Inc.
1320 Commercial Blvd.
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 636-937-9449
Delmar Gardens Private Services, LLC
14805 N. Outer Forty Road, Ste 120
Chesterfield, MO 63017-6060
Phone: 636-733-7100
Disability Resource Association, Inc.
420-B S. Truman Blvd.
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-931-7696
Elder Helpers
10770 Hwy. 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789- 9991
Fax: 636-797-3011
ElderCare Professional In-Home Health Care
3642 Botanical Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-664-8616
Excel Home Care, Inc.
9378 Olive Blvd., Ste 203
Olivette, MO 63132
Phone: 314-991-3689
Guardian Health Care
5405 Old Hwy 21
P.O. Box 468
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-942-4417
Healthline Homecare Agency, LLC
910 Kehrs Mill Road, Suite 105
Ballwin, MO 63011
Phone: 877-386-8323
Healthy Home & Family, Inc.
1007 Ste. Genevieve Ave.
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-760-0709
Help At Home, Inc.
10320 Highway 21
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Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-2670
Fax: 636-789-2669
Home Care Nursing, Inc.
3370 Delassus Road
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 573-747-1678
Hometeam Transition Management Group
118 North Meramec
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: 314-863-5987
Independent Nurses
9713 Gravois
St. Louis, MO 63123
Phone: 314-544-2020
MAW Cares, Inc.
5082 Page Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63113
Phone: 314-367-3083
Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc.
11330 Olive Blvd., Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-569-3935
MDS In-Home Services, LLC
8519 Drury Lane
St. Louis, MO 63147
Phone: 314-385-2275
Mercy Healthcare, Inc.
42 Four Seasons Center, Suite 132
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Phone: 314-469-0102
Mid-America Home Health, Inc.
9495 Page Avenue, Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63132
Phone: 314-725-2200
North East Community Action Corp.
P.O. Box 2237
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-5997
Nurses To Go, LLC
12813 Flushing Meadows Drive #170
Wentzville, MO 63385
Phone: 636-332-5828
Ozik Home Care, Inc.
5081 Page
St. Louis, MO 63113
Phone: 314-454-1219
Personal Care Home Health Services, Inc.
4144 Lindell Blvd., Ste 403
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-533-7244
Premier Home Health Care, Inc.
520 E. Main Street
Park Hills, MO 63601
Phone: 573-431-3134
Private Duty Services
Mailing address: P.O. Box 350, Crystal City,
MO 63019
5 Industrial Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-1548
Toll Free: 800-870-4996
Fax: 636-933-1579
Pyramid Homemaker Services, Inc.
118 E. High Street
Potosi, MO 63664
Phone: 800-839-1350
Reliable Home Care, Inc.
509 Chestnut
Desloge, MO 63601
Phone: 573-431-3427
SEMO Options, Inc.
345 Daisy Avenue
Jackson, MO 63755
Phone: 573-243-7133
Stafflink
2258 Schuetz Road, Suite 104
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-997-8833
StarResource, LLC
11500 Olive Blvd., Suite 158
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-432-7827
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Tri-County Group XV, Inc.
dba Pyramid
118 East High Street
Potosi, MO 63664
Phone: 800-455-4868
V.S.P. In-Home Service
10841 Landseer Drive
St. Louis, MO 63136
Phone: 314-867-8776
Victor’s Home Care, LLC
115 Mississippi Avenue, Ste 1
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-931-7188
VNA PrivateCare, Inc.
3445 Bridgeland Drive, Suite 123
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Phone: 314-344-9000
White & Associates Home Assistance, Inc.
1002 Linn Street
Sikeston, MO 63801
Phone: 573-481-0800
Wilkerson Health Care, Inc.
1636 Gravois Road
P.O. Box 1132
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-7759
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE
3401 Arsenal
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: 314-773-9090
Site: http://www.iistl.org
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday;
9:00a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sat. (special services only)
SERVICES OFFERED: Specializes in dealing
with problems of immigrants and refugees.
Services include: Reception and housing
services for refugees, cross-cultural counseling,
community referrals, interpreting/translation,
employment, counseling and placement, English
as second language (ESL) classes, GED
preparation, photo and finger printing for
immigrations documents. We also have a Fall
Folk Festival that helps our clients perpetuate
their ethnic cultures.
JC TRANSIT
3875 Plass Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-6454
Toll Free: 888-793-9333
Service hours are 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.
Site: http://www.jcddrb.org/transport.html
SERVICES OFFERED: JC transit is a
transportation system to provide transportation
services to the developmentally disabled who
reside in Jefferson County. Individuals who are
disabled as defined by the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) are eligible to receive
transportation services. Eligibility will be
determined on an individual basis. Request a
Ride - call 48 hours in advance to arrange
services. Rides may be scheduled for medical
trips, shopping, employment, and leisure (fees
apply).
JEFFCO EXPRESS
3875 Plass Road, Building A
Festus, MO 63028
Operations: 636-933-9380
Administration: 636-465-0983
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://jeffcoexpress.org/
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m. with regularly scheduled bus stops and
times. We are Jefferson County’s only public
bus service, now with 5 years of successful
operation, and “It’s for Everyone.” There is an
Arnold Route that has 35 stops with five runs
per day. There are two Cross County Routes,
Blue and Green (that start at opposite ends of the
County) that provide services to the cities of
Arnold, Pevely, Festus, Crystal City, Hillsboro,
and De Soto stopping at 34 stops 12 times a day.
Deviation Pickups are available to those who are
within one mile of the regular route. These
require 2 business days’ notice and are given on
a limited first-come-first-served basis. The fare
is $2 per one way ride ($4 for deviated ride).
Seniors (60 + over) and persons with disabilities
are eligible for a discounted $1 fare per one way
ride ($2 for deviated ride) upon completion of an
application for the JCX Discount ID Card.
Future programs: a Volunteer Driver Program
for Seniors and Veterans, and a Half-Price Cab
Voucher Program.
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JEFFCO SUBCONTRACTING INC. (JSI)
2065 Pomme Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-6211
Fax: 636-296-6212
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jsi.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Brings each project
high-quality workmanship, competitive prices
and prompt fulfillment of contracts. We not only
provide our handicap workers a safe place to
work, we help to create a sense of pride in the
workmanship so often missing from today's
workforce.
JEFFERSON COLLEGE
Jefferson College (Hillsboro Campus)
1000 Viking Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-3000/636-942-3000
Fax: 636-789-4012
Jefferson College (Arnold Campus)
1687 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Jefferson College (Imperial Campus)
4400 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Site: http://www.jeffco.edu/jeffco/
SERVICES OFFERED: The College offers four
associate degrees and 20 career and technical
certificates. The Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree
is designed for transfer to another college or
university as part of a bachelor’s degree. The
Associate of Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.) degree is
designed for education majors who plan to
transfer to another college or university as part
of a bachelor’s degree. The Associate of Science
(A.S.) degree is designed for engineering
students to transfer to a university as part of a
bachelor’s degree. The Associate of Applied
Science (A.A.S.) degree is designed for entrylevel employment through practical and
theoretical courses. The certificate is for
students whose intended job does not require the
associate degree. A student may qualify for one
A.A., A.A.T., or A.S. degree. The A.A.S. degree
and career-technical certificates are not limited
by prior graduation. The Continuing Education
Division, in cooperation with participating
school districts, provides continuing education
classes for county residents interested in lifelong learning experiences. Business and
Workforce Development courses are available
for occupational advancement or retraining at
college sites, the workplace, or through elearning. Continuing Education Units are
awarded for successful completion of non-credit
classes as well as recertification and continuing
certification experiences for professionals in a
variety of fields. Two year Arts and Science
Education, Career and Technical Education,
Online Courses, Adult Basic Education and
Continuing Education, Testing (College
Entrance, Aptitude, GED), Job placement for
graduates, educational and career counseling,
literacy tutoring, adult re-entry seminars, child
care services, Gold Age Club, library, Sports,
and cultural events, swimming pool, athletic
facilities.
JEFFERSON COUNTY 911 DISPATCH
5475 Buckeye Valley Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Emergency Telephone: 911
Office: 636-797-9999
Non-Emergency phone: 636-797-9797
Site: http://www.jeffco911.org/
Contact Person: Brenda Shular, E911 Chief ext.
300
SERVICES OFFERED: Click on the CodeRed
Link on their website to add yourself to the
Emergency Communication Network. Jefferson
County 911 will initiate a call to the telephone
numbers you provide in the event an emergency
occurs in your geographical area. Notification
will be made for both natural and man-made
disasters. If you reside or own property in
Jefferson County and would like to receive
CodeRed notifications, please use your physical
address in Jefferson County. P.O. Boxes or
addresses outside of Jefferson County will not
receive notifications. If you reside within the
city limits of Festus, Herculaneum and Pevely,
check their websites for a CodeRed Sign up link.
Should you at anytime desire to be removed
from the calling list, call Jefferson County 911 at
636-797-9797 ext 301.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY ANIMAL
CONTROL DIVISION
7105 Shelter Road
Barnhart, MO 63012
Phone: 636-797-5577
Site:
http://www.jeffcomo.org/AnimalControl.aspx?n
odeID=AnimalControl
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday –
Friday; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Saturday
SERVICES OFFERED: Bite cases, pick up
stray, sick and injured animals. Will accept
owned animals offered for adoption. Pick up fee
is charged for owned animals; no pick up fee for
strays. Adoption of animals is also available.
JEFFERSON COUNTY CANCER CENTER
35 Goodwin Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-5111
Fax: 636-937-5777
(located next to Mercy Hospital Jefferson)
SERVICES: Radiation therapy, oncology, wigs
are available and ensure supplements to those
undergoing cancer treatment.
JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMUNITY
PARTNERSHIP (JCCP))
3875 Plass Road, Bldg. A
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-465-0983
Fax: 636-465-0987
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jccp.org
SERVICES OFFERED: JCCP assists in
coordinating services throughout the
community. Community teams are established
throughout the county with regard to health,
safety, education and youth. Hammers of Hope
offers no cost home repairs focused on safety
and mobility concerns for qualifying lowincome families, seniors and persons with
disabilities. The Parenting Network (TPN) is
primarily designed for parents with children
ages 0-8. TPN addresses school readiness and
provides parent resources to ensure safe and
healthy development of young children through
monthly home visits, group meetings, social
interaction, support systems among parents and
educational activities for children. Families
receive incentives and books for participation.
Safe Babies promotes safe sleeping
environments for infants. Monthly classes
pertaining to the prevention of SIDS and Shaken
Baby Syndrome are provided, at no cost to
parents, day care staff and any individual that is
a care giver to infants. Missouri Reentry
Process initiates Moving Forward with
Transportation Assistance, which provides
individuals currently under the supervision of
the Southeast Region – Jefferson County
Probation & Parole Office with overcoming
transportation barriers by providing bus passes
and detailed map outlining stops to assist with
basic physiological needs, legal appointments,
employment, education and social services.
Jeffco Express is a public non-profit
transportation bus system designed by a
coalition of agencies to meet the transportation
needs of individuals living in Jefferson County.
Community Education offers the following
workshops: Safe Babies, Adult Mental Health
First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid,
Stewards of Children and Financial Peace.
Please contact our office for volunteer
opportunities.
JEFFERSON COUNTY
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
RESOURCE BOARD
P.O. Box 97
Mapaville, MO 63065
Phone: 636-933-0244 or 636-282-4400
Fax: 636-931-3497
JCDDRB Administration Building
3655 Baptist Park Road
Festus, Missouri
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jcddrb.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Responsible for
administering county funds for the development
of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Provides services through NextStep for Life, a
Missouri non-profit agency administered by
JCDDRB.
JEFFERSON COUNTY GROWTH
ASSOCIATION
Office Location: 1349 McNutt
Mailing address: P.O. Box 683
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Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 314-210-0211
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.shopjeffersoncounty.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Promote Jefferson
County as the #1 place to live, work, and shop
for the betterment of its citizens and businesses.
JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH
DEPARTMENT
405 Main Street
P.O. Box 437
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-3737
Fax: 636-797-4631
ARNOLD BRANCH
1818 Lonedell Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-1010
Fax: 636-282-2525
Site: http://www.jeffcohealth.org
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
SERVICES
 PPD Screenings
 Hep A Immunizations
 Health Fairs (Diabetes/Cholesterol,
Nutrition, Influenza)
 Pregnancy tests
 Wellness laboratory services
 Other Immunizations
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
 Food Service Inspections
 Childhood Environmental Lead
Investigations
 Daycare and Child Care Center
Inspections
 Testing of Private and Public Drinking
Water
 Mosquito Surveillance and Control
 Well Inspections and Drinking Water
Samples
 Inspections in Response to
Environmental Complaints
 Receives and Follow ups on Reports of
Animal Bites
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Submits Animal Specimens for Rabies
Testing
Receives and Refers General
Complaints to other Agencies
Inspects Public Swimming Pools
Inspects Lodging Establishments
Provides Food Safety Education
HEALTH EDUCATION UNIT offers various
educational presentations for ages pre-K through
adult. Sample topics include (but are not limited
to):
 Handwashing
 Emergency Preparedness
 Poison Prevention
 STDs
 Nutrition/Physical Activity
 Methamphetamine
 Dental Health
 Tobacco Control
WELLNESS SERVICES
 Blood Pressure checks
 Diabetic & Cholesterol Blood test
 Blood Sugar LDL
 Triglycerides Total Cholesterol/HDL
ratio
 Total Cholesterol LDL/HDL ratio
 HDL Prostate Specific Antigen (if male)
 VLDL Your risk factors
 Prostate (PSA) Blood test
 T.B. (PPD) testing
 Colorectal testing (home kits available)
 Hepatitis A Clinics for food handlers
 Adult Immunizations
 Hepatitis A & B series
 Tetanus booster
 Flu Vaccine (in season)
JEFFERSON COUNTY HISTORICAL
SOCIETY
712 S. Main Street
De Soto, MO 63020-2401
Phone: 636-586-3858
Site:
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mojchs/ind
ex.html
SERVICES OFFERED: Emphasis is to collect
and preserve historical material, reprint
historical books and pamphlets, continue to
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record cemeteries, and to make public aware of
the rich heritage in Jefferson County, Missouri.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY
METHAMPHETAMINE ACTION
COALITION (MAC)
405 Main Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-282-1010
Tip Line: 636-797-6467
Site: http://www.methactioncoalition.org/
The Methamphetamine Action Coalition (MAC)
was formed in 2006 to address the problems
associated with meth in Jefferson County. The
coalition is dedicated to lowering the rates of
meth use through education, awareness, and
community collaboration. MAC sponsors
community forums, provides public education
and training, assesses local resources related to
meth use and prevention, and connects
concerned citizens with local law enforcement
resources.
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JEFFERSON COUNTY MILITARY
FAMILIES SUPPORT NETWORK
(JCMFSN)
P.O. Box 303
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-633-2301
Email: mailto: [email protected]
Site: http://www.jeffcomilitaryfamilies.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides strength and
resilience for military families through the
people and resources of Jefferson County.
JEFFERSON COUNTY ONLINE
INFORMATION NETWORK (JOIN-N)
P.O. Box 497
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.join-n.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: A volunteer
community information network serving
Jefferson County residents. Maintains and
distributes online the Community Resource
Directory.
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Provide a gateway to information resources
within Jefferson County.
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Provide support, training, and technical
assistance for information providers and
individual citizens.
Develop partnerships to provide public
access to online information resources.
Foster access to online educational and
cultural opportunities.
JEFFERSON COUNTY P.R.I.D.E.
Partners Responsible 4 Increasing Drug
Education (P.R.I.D.E.)
Office located at:
Windsor C-1 School District
6208 Highway 61-67
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-4423
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.pridenow.org
SERVICES OFFERED: A community substance
abuse prevention coalition passionate about its
work to reduce substance abuse of alcohol,
marijuana and prescription drugs through
education and awareness.
JEFFERSON COUNTY PET FOOD
PANTRY
Physical Address: 5702 Old Highway 21
Imperial, MO 63052
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2112
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 314-723-6127
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jeffcopetfoodpantry.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Distribute pet food
once a month to low-income families, seniors,
disabled and the homeless in Jefferson County,
Missouri.
JEFFERSON COUNTY PROSECUTING
ATTORNEY’S VICTIM SERVICE UNIT
Jefferson County Courthouse
300 Main Street, Ground Floor
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 100
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5097
Fax: 636-797-5065
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
Site:
http://www.jeffcomo.org/ProsVictimServiceUnit
.aspx?nodeID=VictimServicesUnit
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SERVICES OFFERED: Prosecutes only those
crimes that violate State law, not local
ordinances. Exercises exclusive jurisdiction
over all felony crimes committed in Jefferson
County and those misdemeanor offenses which
occur in the unincorporated areas of the county.
The types of crime prosecuted by this office
include but are not limited to; alcohol related
offenses, traffic offenses, domestic violence,
drug offenses, forgery and fraud, burglary and
stealing, white collar crime, criminal nonsupport, arson, child physical and sexual abuse,
sexual assault, and homicides.
The Prosecuting Attorney's Office is comprised
of four separate and distinct Units: Main
Criminal Division; Victim Services Unit; Bad
Check/Delinquent Tax Unit; and Child Support
Unit.
JEFFERSON COUNTY RESCUE MISSION
8943 Commercial Blvd. (Hwy 61-67)
P.O. Box 210
Pevely, MO 63070
Phone: 636-475-3030
Contacts: Mike and Louise Sardo, Founders
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
m
Site:
http://www.orgsites.com/mo/jeffersoncountyresc
uemission/index.html
5 DAYS A WEEK
 The Mission provides AT NO COST to
those in need, food, clothing, bedding,
furniture, large and small appliances, fans,
air conditioning and personal care products.
7 DAYS A WEEK
 The Mission is an "Operation Weather
Survival" site. For those who need a place to
"be cool" or "stay warm" we offer a pleasant
environment to sit and watch TV and enjoy
some fellowship.
 An on-site soup kitchen - regularly inspected
by the Health Department - where an
individual or a family can receive a wellbalanced meal.
 A Men's Encouragement Center: 3:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. for homeless men 21 years of age
or older.
Our goal is to do much more than take care of
homeless men overnight. We want to help our
men address the issues that have caused them to
be homeless and then work with them to re-enter
the mainstream of life.
ANNUAL PROGRAMS
 FREE school supplies for those families
with school age children or Jefferson County
students who need help.
 Thanksgiving Day meals are served at the
Mission as well as delivered to those who
are homebound.
 Christmas/Hanukkah food baskets, complete
with presents, are available at the Mission
for pick-up.
 FREE summer camp (Camp Peñuel) located
at beautiful Lake Killarney in Ironton,
Missouri. The camp is non-denominational,
and its main focus is underprivileged youth
ages 7 - 11. Free bus transportation is
provided from the Mission in Pevely to
Camp Peñuel and back.
ONGOING PROGRAMS/SERVICES
 Community Service Programs
 Men's Bible Study Group - every
Wednesday (7:00 p.m.)
 Referrals to other organizations that is able
to help with housing needs, medical
assistance, substance abuse information and
employment opportunities.
 A prescription drug card assistance program.
 An emergency dental referral program.
 FREE CONFIDENTIAL counseling support
for those living an alternate lifestyle.
 Referrals to a church/pastor when spiritual
assistance is requested.
JEFFERSON COUNTY SMILES TO GO
MOBILE DENTAL VAN
Phone: 636-633-6255
Due to our school-based program, after school
appointments are available on a limited basis.
Please call for an appointment.
The Dental Clinic is open Monday through
Thursday. When school is not in session, open
appointments are available at our location in the
Arnold Health Department. We accept children
only, ages 4-18. Headstart children only, age 3
years. We accept all Missouri Medicaid plans.
Please note: Any child living in Jefferson
County that is covered by a Missouri Medicaid
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plan is eligible to receive dental services through
the Jefferson County Smiles To Go Mobile
Dental Van. The completed and signed
application, along with a copy of the Medicaid
card, must be received prior to scheduling a
dental appointment. Applications can be
obtained from the health department or online at
www.jeffcohealth.org.
JEFFERSON FRANKLIN COMMUNITY
ACTION CORPORATION
#2 Merchant Drive
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 920
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-2686
Fax: 636-789-5736
Energy Assistance Fax: 636-789-2866
Housing & Weatherization Fax: 636-789-3548
Intake & WIC Fax: 636-789-5736
Relay Missouri
TT/TTY: 800-735-2966
Voice: 800-735-2466
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.jfcac.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Early Head Start, Head
Start, Housing Choice Voucher Program, Energy
Assistance, Weatherization, Women, Infants &
Children Food Supplemental Program (WIC)
(Jefferson County Only) and Community
Services (Back-to-School, Intake & Referral,
Asset Development, Family Support, Poverty
Simulations). Energy assistance limited to
households with limited income and assets.
Summertime: Emergency help with electric bills
up to a maximum of $300. If eligible, window
air conditioners may be available. Wintertime:
Emergency help with primary utility cost for
heating (electric, gas, etc.).
Head Start SERVICES OFFERED: Preschool
education for children ages 3 to 5. Includes
dental, medical and psychological screening and
treatment. Based on income (100% poverty).
Services for children with disabilities. Children
are enrolled continuously during the school year.
Free transportation, meals, parent involvement
and social services.
De Soto Head Start
1812 Rock Road
De Soto, MO 63020
636-586-1042 ext 4
Fenton Head Start
Hermitage Hills Baptist Chapel
1201 Saline Road
Fenton, MO 63026
636-343-6489
Hematite Head Start
3680 Hillsboro-Hematite Road
Festus, MO 63028
636-937-9497
House Springs Head Start
6180 Hwy MM
House Springs, MO 63051
636-671-3382 ext. 113
JONI AND FRIENDS – GATEWAY
2385 Hampton Avenue, Suite 103
St. Louis, MO 63139
Phone: 314-644-6908
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.joniandfriends.org/st-louis/
SERVICES OFFERED: The St. Louis office is
working together with local churches and
organizations, forming outreach programs
throughout the community and ministering hope
and the message of Christ to those who face the
daily challenges of life with a disability.
JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT
17339 North Outer 40 Road
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Phone: 636-728-0707
Fax: 636-728-0708
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/jagstlouis
SERVICES OFFERED: Our volunteerdelivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs
foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and
financial literacy skills, and use experiential
learning to inspire students to dream big and
reach their potential. With the help of more than
7,500 volunteers, JA students develop the skills
Jefferson County Centers
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they need to experience the realities and
opportunities of work and entrepreneurship in
the 21st-century global marketplace.
JUVENILE JUSTICE MENTORING
PROGRAM
Jefferson County Juvenile Office
P. O. Box 100
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5358
Site:
http://www.jeffcomo.org/JuvenileOffice.aspx?n
odeID=CountyOffices
SERVICES OFFERED: Referrals of at-risk
youth received from schools or the juvenile
office. Mentors are part-time volunteers and
paid staff.
KATHY J. WEINMAN SHELTER
P.O. Box 5852
St. Louis MO 63134
Phone: 314-423-1117 (24 hour hotline)
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides confidential
temporary shelter, food and clothing; support
groups; crisis counseling; advocacy program to
assist abused women and their children through
legal, medical, social and governmental
agencies; information and referral; parenting
classes; children’s programs (boys through age
13, girls all ages); follow-up programs, and
community education.
KIDS UNDER TWENTY-ONE (KUTO)
2718 South Brentwood
St. Louis, MO 63144
Phone: 314-963-7571
Fax: 314-963-7574
Local Helpline: 314-644-5886
Toll Free Helpline: 888-644-5886
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.kuto.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Youth empowerment,
teen crisis intervention, and suicide prevention.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER
1465 South Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63104-1095
(at Cardinal Glennon Hospital)
Phone: 314-577-5609
Site:
http://www.cardinalglennon.com/MedicalSpecia
lties/Developmental%20Pediatrics/Pages/default
.aspx
Typical concerns for children seen in our center
include:
 Developmental delay
 Autism spectrum disorders (Pervasive
Developmental Disorder, Autism,
Asperger's Syndrome)
 Cerebral palsy
 Mental retardation
 Developmental concerns associated with
genetic syndromes
 Acquired/traumatic brain injury
 Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
 Spinal cord injury
 Mobility issues
 Hypertonia
 Language delay
SERVICES OFFERED: Diagnostic clinic for
children with developmental and learning
delays. Jefferson County residents must be
referred through their MC+ provider of private
insurance provider.
LA LECHE LEAGUE OF GREATER ST.
LOUIS
St. Louis Metro Area – Central Phone Line:
314-424-3900
Site: http://www.lllstl.org/
LLL of Fenton/High Ridge meets on the first
Thursday of every month 10 a.m. at Fenton
United Methodist Church, 800 Gravois Road,
Fenton, MO.
SERVICES OFFERED: La Leche League is an
international, nonprofit, nonsectarian
organization dedicated to providing education,
information, support, and encouragement to
women who want to breastfeed.
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES
JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
P. O. Box 100
510 First Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050-4348
Phone: 636-797-5000
Public Relations: 636-797-5012
Fax: 636-797-5049
Site: http://www.jcsd.org/
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Arnold Police
2101 Jeffco Blvd.
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-3204
Dispatch: 636-296-2222
Byrnes Mill Police
P.O. Box 255
Osage Exec Circle
Byrnes Mill, MO 63051
Phone: 636-677-7727
Cedar Hill Police
7322 Springdale
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Phone: 636-285-5303
Crystal City Police
130 Mississippi Avenue
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-937-4601
De Soto Police
17 Boyd Street
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-8891
Festus Police
100 Park Ave.
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-464-3646
Herculaneum Police
#1 Parkwood Court
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 636-479-4791
Hillsboro Police
101 Main Street
P.O. Box 19
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-3334
Kimmswick Police
P.O. Box 152
Kimmswick, MO 63053
Phone: 636-464-3333
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-5452
Pevely Police
301 Main Street
Pevely, MO 63070
Phone: 636-475-4498
SERVICES OFFERED: Routine police
services, community assistance with crime
prevention programs such as: neighborhood
watch, reserve police, drug abuse, resistance
education (DARE). Delivers community
presentations on topics such as burglary
prevention, self protection, etc. JSSO – Child
Fingerprinting.
LAWYER REFERRAL & INFORMATION
SERVICES
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
720 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone: 314-621-6681
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.bamsl.org/?page=LRIS
SERVICES OFFERED: Maintain the highest
professional standards among attorneys, to
enhance the professional competence of
attorneys, to improve the administration of
justice, to serve the needs of members, and to
provide law-related service and education to the
public.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF
MISSOURI
8706 Manchester Road, Suite 104
St. Louis, MO 63144-2724
Phone: 314-961-6869
Fax: 314-961-8393
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.lwvmissouri.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: The League of Women
Voters, a nonpartisan political organization,
encourages informed and active participation in
government, works to increase understanding of
major public policy issues, and influences public
policy through education and advocacy.
Olympian Village Police
205 Kronos Drive
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LEGAL ADVOCATES FOR ABUSED
WOMEN (LAAW)
P.O. Box 15137
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-664-6699
Toll Free: 800-527-1460
Fax: 314-535-0696
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.supportvictims.org/#!legaladvocates-for-abused-women/c1tyz
SERVICES OFFERED: LAAW provides crisis
intervention and support, legal information and
advocacy, safety planning and legal and social
service referrals for victims of abuse (primarily
low income women and their children) who have
been battered, stalked, or harassed. Serves St.
Louis City and the counties of St. Louis, St.
Charles, Jefferson, Warren, Lincoln, and
Franklin.
LEGAL SERVICES OF EASTERN
MISSOURI, INC.
4232 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-534-4200
Toll Free: 800-444-0514
Fax: 314-534-1425
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon through Fri
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.lsem.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Providing high quality
legal assistance and equal access to justice for
low income residents of eastern Missouri.
LIBRARY LISTINGS
CRYSTAL CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY
736 Mississippi Ave.
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-937-7166
Fax: 636-937-3193
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://jeffersoncountyonline.org/libraries/Crystal
City/CrystalCityLibrary.htm
Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Mon - Thur
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fri
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Sat
Fee: For Crystal City residents inside city limits,
no charge. Outside city limit residents, $20.00 is
charged.
DE SOTO LIBRARY
712 South Main
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-3858
Site: http://desotopubliclibrary.lib.mo.us/
Hours:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Mon, Tues, Wed, and Fri
9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Thur
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sat
Fee: Inside city limits free, Non-resident fees,
$20.00 per year or $5 for three months per
family outside city limits. Fax machine and
copy available. Nine computers with internet
access are available to the public, one computer
for genealogy purposes and two computers for
word processing.
FESTUS PUBLIC LIBRARY.
400 West Main Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-2017
Hours: 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Mon, Tues, Wed
12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thur and Fri
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Sat
Site:
http://www.jeffersoncountyonline.org/libraries/f
estus/festuslibrary.htm
Fee: Festus residents - free. Charge to persons
living outside city limits $20.00.
JEFFERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY
1000 Viking Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-3000 and 636-942-3000
Site: http://www.jeffco.edu/library/
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Fri.
7:30 a.m. – 4:00
Fee: For all Jefferson County residents 18 years
and older there is a $5.00 fee per family. There
is no charge for Jefferson College students.
JEFFERSON COUNTY LIBRARY
Site: http://www.jeffersoncountylibrary.org/
ARNOLD BRANCH
1701 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2204
Fax: 636-296-5975
Hours:
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9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Mon - Thur
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Fri
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat
NORTHWEST BRANCH
5680 Highway PP
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-8186
Fax: 636-677-8243
Hours:
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Mon - Thur
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Fri
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat
WINDSOR BRANCH
7479 Metropolitan Blvd
Barnhart MO 63012
Phone: 636-461-1914
Fax: 636-461-1915
Hours:
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Mon - Thur
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Fri
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sat
LION’S CLUB INTERNATIONAL
Area Hotline for Glasses: 314-645-3500
Site: http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/index.php
SERVICES OFFERED: All Jefferson County
Lion Clubs are willing to assist needy residents
in obtaining eye glasses. They will only help
those people living in the designated area,
usually school district boundaries.
DE SOTO LIONS CLUB
Meeting Location: Arlington Bed and Breakfast
207 East Main Street
De Soto, MO 63020
Meeting Day & Times: Thursday, 1:00PM,
7:00PM
FENTON LIONS CLUB
Meeting Location: Fenton’s Lions Hall
1316 West Lark
Fenton, MO 63026
Meeting Day & Times: Tuesday, 2:00PM,
4:00PM, 7:30PM
HILLSBORO LIONS CLUB
Meeting Location: Greenstreet Insurance
Agency
101A Peachtree Lane & Hwy 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-2288
Meeting Day & Times: Wednesdays, 1:00PM,
3:00PM, 7:00PM
HOUSE SPRINGS LIONS CLUB
Meeting Location: House Springs Lions Hall
6482 State Road MM, P.O. Box 54
House Springs, MO 63051
Meeting Day & Times: Wednesdays 1:00PM,
3:00PM, 7:30PM
PEVELY LIONS CLUB
Meeting Location: Pevely Rock House
459 Landmark Manor Drive
Pevely, MO 63070
Meeting Day & Times: Sunday, 4:00PM,
6:30PM
LOGISTICARE
Phone: 866-269-5927
Site: https://www.logisticare.com/ (website
security certificate issue)
SERVICES OFFERED: Free transportation to
doctor appointments for individuals living in
residential care facilities who have Medicaid.
They may also transport individuals not living in
residential care facilities but are charged
according to distance (usually $1-$3 per trip).
Need to book transportation three days in
advance by calling Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.
LOVE BASKET, INC.
Corporate Office
10306 Hwy 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-4101
Fax: 636-789-4978
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.lovebasket.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Full-service childplacing agency/foster care provider/adoption
agency with dual focus, placing children from
both the USA and foreign countries with
individuals/couples in Missouri and other states.
Domestic Placement Program reaches young
women facing unplanned pregnancies, offering
them counseling around their decision of
whether to parent their child or release her/him
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for adoption. Medical assistance, vocational
guidance, educational counseling, housing and
other support services are offered to help the
birth mothers make the parenting/adoption
decision that is best for her.
LUPUS SUPPORT
This group is currently without a facilitator and
doesn't meet on a regular basis. If you are
interested in filling this role or need other
information, contact the Lupus Foundation at
800-958-7876.
LUTHERAN FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S
SERVICES OF MISSOURI
8631Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63124
Phone: 314-787-5100
Toll Free: 866-326-LFCS
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.lfcsmo.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Counseling, Adoption
Services, Crisis/Unplanned Pregnancy
Assistance, Foster Care, Child Care, Youth
Mentoring Services, Disaster Relief Services
and Advocacy on behalf of children and
families.
LUTHERAN SENIOR SERVICES
1150 Hanley Industrial Ct.
St. Louis, MO 63144
Phone: 314-968-9313
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.lssmo.org/default.aspx
SERVICES OFFERED: Lutheran Senior
Services In-Home Services has a coordinator on
site and at each of our communities to help each
resident in independent living and residential
care access home care when needed. This could
include setting up therapy and skilled nursing
services through Home Health after an injury,
illness, or discharge from a hospital; arranging
for additional assistance with every day
activities like bathing, dressing or medication
management through Private Duty; or
connecting individuals and their families with
Hospice Care if appropriate.
LYDIA’S HOUSE
P.O. Box 2722
St. Louis, MO 63116
Phone: 314-771-4411
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://lydiashouse.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides transitional
housing to survivors of domestic violence.
Emergency domestic violence shelters provide
30-90 days of safety for women and children.
MAGDALA FOUNDATION
4158 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-652-6004
Site: http://www.magdalafoundation.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, marital, and
family counseling are provided for a wide
spectrum of problems which include child abuse
and neglect, alcoholism and drug abuse, mental
illness or mental retardation. To help mentally
retarded or developmentally disabled adults
reach their full potential, Magdala established
several apartment buildings in 1985. Mild to
moderately retarded men and women are given
the opportunity to live as independently as they
are capable. With the assistance of Magdala
staff, residents will learn the skills to live in their
own home or apartment.
MAPAVILLE STATE SCHOOL #2 FOR
SEVERELY HANDICAPPED
3657 Baptist Park Road
P.O Box 68
Mapaville, MO 63065-0058
Phone: 636-931-0080
Disabilities Served: Severe to profound mental
retardation with concomitant disabilities with
language, mobility, interpersonal skills,
behavior, audition or vision.
Groups Served: Ages 5 to 21. All students
served are referred by their local school districts.
SERVICES OFFERED: Accommodations for
students; adaptive aids and equipment; adaptive
computer systems; adaptive physical education
and recreation; ambulation skills; assistive
technology resources; auxiliary aids; behavior
modification program; children’s developmental
training; daily living skills; health screenings;
independent living skills training; language/
communication development; physical therapy;
positive behavioral support; special education.
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MED-STAFF HOME HEALTH
11901 Olive Blvd. Suite 217
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-993-4663
Fax: 314-993-5848
SERVICES OFFERED: Skilled Nursing,
Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social
Worker.
MEMORY CARE HOME SOLUTIONS
1526 South Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63117
Phone: 314-645-6247 (MCHS)
Fax: 314-645-6249
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. –
5:00 p.m.
Site: http://www.memorycarehs.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Over the course of
one year, Memory Care Home Solutions™
will provide the following assistance:
CAREGIVER CONSULTATIONS:
Consultations will assist you in evaluating what
type of support is best for your personal
situation.
 Two in depth home visits which include
consultation
 Written comprehensive strategy plan
tailored specifically for your family.
 Three follow up telephone family
conferences
CAREGIVER TRAINING: Customized
training, conducted during the two home visits,
offers simple strategies to help you:
 Transform the home into a healthy, safe,
and comforting place.
 Improve communication with the person
suffering from memory loss.
 Modify daily activities to promote
independence for the person suffering
from memory loss.
 Reduce caregiver stress
REFERRAL AND AFTERCARE:
Implementing changes can be overwhelming,
but you are not in this alone. We are available
to assist you throughout your journey as a
caregiver with:
 Serve as a single access point to
community resources
 Professional advice services
 Support via telephone and/or email
Service Fees
As a not-for-profit organization and in an effort
to serve as many caregivers as possible, Memory
Care Home Solutions charges only a minimal
fee while delivering the full value. This reduced
fee is made possible through donations from
foundations and private donors who believe in
the Memory Care Home Solutions model.
Please call us for current pricing.
MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF
EASTERN MISSOURI
1905 South Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-773-1399
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.mhaem.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
I) Promote Mental Health and Wellness
Community Education: Includes Speakers
Bureau, Community Health/Resource Fairs and
MHAEM’s web site. Depression Education: A
variety of awareness and educational
opportunities, including film showings, are
offered to address the realities of depression,
conduct depression screenings, and provide
resource information. Help for the Homefront:
This statewide program provides counseling
services to families of all branches of the
National Guard and Reserve components who
are waiting for or have returned from
deployment to Operation Enduring Freedom
(Afghanistan), Operation Iraqi Freedom or
Kosovo. These services are also available to
discharged active duty veterans of these
operations.
II) Prevent mental Disorders
Suicide Prevention Education: MHAEM
provides SuicidePREV a suicide prevention
educational training for teachers, administrators
and support staff of school districts.
III) Achieve Victory over Mental Illness
through Advocacy, Education and Service
Information and Referral (I&R): I&R services
include educational materials, individual
advocacy for those in treatment, and referrals to
therapists, self-help groups and other appropriate
services. Law Enforcement Training: This set
of services consists of education programs for
officers and 911 dispatchers, and a quarterly
newsletter for officers. Self-Help Services: As
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the local clearinghouse for self-help groups,
MHAEM maintains a database and publishes a
directory of self-help groups in the metropolitan
area. The directory can be purchased, or
individuals, agencies and clinicians can call
MHAEM for a referral to a group. Social
Service Agency Training: This program is an
ongoing series of workshops designed to
enhance social service providers' understanding
of mental illness, mental health problems, and
intervention strategies when assisting
individuals in a non-clinical setting. BRIDGES
(Building Recovery of Individual Dreams &
Goals through Education & Support) This
program taught by and for persons with a
psychiatric illness, consists of a 10-week
educational course and follow-up support
groups. Representative Payee Program provides
money management services for recipients of
SSI/SSDI/VA benefits. Offers a school-based
Suicide Prevention Training Program for
educators and counselors in Jefferson County.
MERS/GOODWILL INDUSTRIES
Main Office: 1727 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-241-3464
Fax: 314-421-4926
Site: http://www.mersgoodwill.org/
3616 Richardson Way
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-464-8989
Store Hours: Mon-Sat 9a.m. – 7 p.m.; Sun
10a.m. – 6p.m.
Donation Hours: Mon-Sat 9a.m. – 6:45p.m.;
Sun 10a.m. – 5:45p.m.
99 Old Sugar Creek Road
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-305-7324
20 Main Street
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-0103
Store Hours: Mon-Sat 9a.m. – 6p.m.; Sun
10a.m. – 6p.m.
Donation Hours: Mon-Sat 9a.m. – 5:45p.m.;
Sun 10a.m. – 5:45p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Dedicated to offering
quality bargain shopping for the entire
community. The revenue from store sales helps
sustain our mission of providing rehabilitation
and job placement programs for those with
barriers to employment. Goodwill gladly
accepts vehicle donations such as cars,
trucks and boats. Your donation is tax
deductible and towing is free.
MID-EAST AREA AGENCY ON AGING
(MEAAA)
14535 Manchester
St Louis, MO 63011-3960
Phone: For St. Louis county 314-207-1323
Phone: For Franklin, Jefferson and St. Charles
counties: 800-AGE-6060
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.mid-eastaaa.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides programs and
services to anyone age 60 and older and living in
the counties of St. Louis, Jefferson, Franklin and
St. Charles.
 Caregiver Assistance
 Information and Assistance
 Transportation
Arnold Senior Center
1695 Missouri State Rd
Arnold, MO 63010
(636) 296-0475
Serves 63010, 63012, 63026,
part of 63051, 63052, 63053
Email: mailto:[email protected]
De Soto Senior Center
Knights of Columbus Hall
13227 State Road E
De Soto, MO 63020
(636) 586-8833
Serves 63020, 63050
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Quad-Cities Senior Center
221 Bailey
Crystal City, MO 63019
(636) 937-8333
Serves 63019, 63028, 63048, 63070
Email: mailto:[email protected]
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Northwest Jefferson County Senior Center
6180 Hwy MM
House Springs, MO 63051
(636) 677-4578
Serves 63049, part of 63026, 63051
Email: mailto:[email protected]
MINDS EYE INFORMATION SERVICES
9541 Church Circle Drive
Belleville, IL 62223-1000
Phone: 314-241-3400 ext. 6444 Missouri
Phone: 618-394-6444 Illinois
Fax: 618-394-6438
Broadcast Hours: Monday – Sunday 12:00 a.m.
to 11:00 p.m.
Site: http://www.mindseyeradio.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides special radio
receivers that broadcast useful information to the
blind and disabled. Provides newspaper articles
and periodicals not available through the Library
of Congress.
MISSOURI ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
4731 South Cochise, Suite 114
Independence, MO 64055-6975
Phone: 800-647-8557 (in-state only) or 816373-5193
TTY: 800-647-8558 (in-state only) or 816-3739315
Fax: 816-373-9314
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.at.mo.gov/
SERVICES OFFERED: To increase access to
assistive technology for Missourians with all
types of disabilities, of all ages. Programs and
initiatives of Missouri Assistive Technology are
directed by the Missouri Assistive Technology
Council, which was established by state statute
in 1993. The Council is charged to serve as an
advocate for policies, regulations and programs
to establish a consumer-responsive,
comprehensive assistive technology service
delivery system. The Council meets at least four
times a year, reports annually to the Governor
and the general assembly on Council activities to
increase access to assistive technology, and
provides programmatic direction for all activities
and services.
MISSOURI BAPTIST CHILDREN’S HOME
11300 St. Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Toll Free: 800-264-6224
Site: http://www.mbch.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Services include longterm residential care for children age 6-18, 30day emergency care for children age 6-14,
pregnancy counseling and supportive services
program, transitional living program for both
girls and boys age 16-21, family counseling and
foster/adoptive placements.
MISSOURI CAREER CENTER
3675 W Outer Rd., Suite 102
Arnold, MO 63010-5231
Phone: 636-287-8909
Toll Free: 800-292-1314
Fax: 636-287-8932
Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon through Fri,
Mon & Wed 7:30a.m.-8:30p.m.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://jobs.mo.gov/jobseeker/find-a-careercenter/arnold-career-center
SERVICES OFFERED: State employment
agency, unemployment benefits, community
labor data source, Job Corps referrals,
employment counseling, and job readiness
training. Works in conjunction with office of
Jefferson College regarding JTPA referrals,
classes/training and job placement. Career
center includes: Internet access to job related
web-sites, use of fax machine for job related
transmittals, work processing, typewriter and
copier for public.
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTIONS – DIV. OF PROBATION
AND PAROLE
1511 Christy
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone: 573-751-8488
Fax: 573-751-8501
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://doc.mo.gov/PP/
SERVICES OFFERED: Board members
determine the release of individuals from
confinement in the Division of Adult Institutions
through parole or conditional release. They also
monitor the supervision of offenders in the
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community and return those offenders to prison
who are a risk to the community.
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
AND SENIOR SERVICES
P.O. Box 570
912 Wildwood
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570
Phone: 573-751-6400
Fax: 573-751-6010
Elderly Abuse & Neglect: 800-392-0210
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.dhss.mo.gov/
SERVICES OFFERED: The Division of
Regulation and Licensure ensures the quality of
a variety of entities including child care
facilities, hospitals and ambulatory surgical
centers, home health and hospice providers,
long-term care facilities including residential
care, intermediate care and skilled nursing
facilities, emergency medical services,
pharmacies and persons authorized to prescribe
or dispense controlled substances.
The Division of Senior and Disability Services
investigates allegations of elder abuse and
administers programs designed to maximize
independence and safety for adults who are at
risk of abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation
or have long-term care needs that can be safely
met in the community.
The Division of Community and Public Health
administers programs that impact family health,
the prevention of chronic diseases, nutrition and
other programs that improve the health of
communities. It is also the principal unit
involved in the surveillance and investigation of
the cause, origin, and method of transmission of
communicable (or infectious) diseases and
environmentally related medical conditions.
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
AND SENIOR SERVICES/TEL-LINK
P.O. Box 570
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0570
Tel-Link: 800-835-5465
Fax: 573-526-0225
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.dhss.mo.gov/TEL-LINK/
TEL-LINK is the Missouri Department of
Health and Senior Services toll-free information
and referral line for maternal and child health
care. The purpose of TEL-LINK is to
confidentially provide information and referrals
to Missouri residents concerning a wide range of
health services offered by the state. The
operators can immediately connect you with
community services that are available for you
and your family. TEL-LINK is answered
weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT. Recorded
messages are taken after 5 p.m. on weekdays
and throughout the day and night on weekends
and state holidays. Your call will be returned
during normal business hours.
TEL-LINK will connect you to:
Alcohol and drug abuse treatment centers
Area offices for children with special health care
needs
Baby Your Baby program
Child care resource and referral agencies
Child support enforcement agencies
Community health centers
Domestic violence shelters
Local public health agencies
Mental health centers
Non-emergency medical transportation services
(Medicaid-eligible only)
Pediatric and delivering hospitals
Prenatal care referrals
Regional centers
Sexual assault centers
Social service agencies
Women, infants & children (WIC) agencies
Other health care agencies
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF
INSURANCE
P.O. Box 690
301 West High Street, Room 530
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0690
Phone: 573-751-4126
Toll Free: 800-726-7390
Site: http://www.insurance.mo.gov/
SERVICES OFFERED: Handles complaints
against insurance companies or producers.
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MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
421 East Dunklin Street
P.O. Box 504
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0504
Phone: 573-751-9691
Fax: 573-751-4135
St. Louis Regional Claim Center
Local Calling Area: 314-340-4950
Outside Local Calling Area: 800-320-2519
Site: http://labor.mo.gov/lirc
reflects a need for individual habilitation
services that may be of extended duration.
SERVICES OFFERED: Every person eligible
for Regional Center is assigned a service
coordinator. The Jefferson County service
coordination team has a working knowledge of
services and resources available in this area.
The staff works with families to identify
resources in their community and receive
support in getting assistance from those
resources.
SERVICES OFFERED: Child labor laws,
minimum wage, and youth employment
information is available.
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
SAFETY - VETERANS COMMISSION
205 Jefferson Street, 12th floor
P.O. Box Drawer 147
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: 573-751-3779
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.mvc.dps.mo.gov/
St. Louis Region - VA Regional Office
400 South 18th Street, Room 107
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
Phone: 314-552-9885
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide counseling and
assistance on available Veterans Administration
and state veteran’s benefits.
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL
HEALTH
1706 E. Elm Street
P.O. Box 687
Jefferson City, MO. 65102
Phone: 573-751-4122
Toll-Free: 800-364-9687
TT Phone: 573-526-1201
Fax: 573-751-8224
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://dmh.mo.gov/
SERVICES OFFERED: Establishes
philosophy, policies, standards, and quality
outcomes for prevention, education,
rehabilitation, and treatment for Missourians
challenged by mental illness, substance
abuse/addiction, and developmental disabilities.
Jefferson County Office
2330 N. Truman Boulevard
Crystal City, MO 63019
Phone: 636-931-0010
Fax: 636-931-4918
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon through Fri
The St. Louis Regional Office is part of the
Missouri Department of Mental Health.
AREA SERVED: Jefferson County
PERSONS SERVED: People who are
developmentally disabled are eligible for
Regional Center Services. A developmental
disability is attributed to any mental or physical
impairment, manifested before age 22, and
likely to continue indefinitely. The disability
results in substantial functional limitation and
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES – DIV. OF YOUTH SERVICES
St. Louis Region
Room 331, Wainwright Building
111 North Seventh Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone: 314-340-6904
Fax: 314-340-7721
Site: http://www.dss.mo.gov/pr_youth.htm
The Division of Youth Services (DYS) is the
state agency charged with the care and treatment
of delinquent youth committed to its custody by
one of the 45 Missouri juvenile courts. These
services include assessment, care and treatment,
and education of all youth committed to its care.
Toward this end, DYS operates treatment
programs ranging from non-residential day
treatment centers through secure residential
institutions. Additionally, DYS administers the
Interstate Compact on Juveniles, operates an
accredited education program, and maintains a
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statewide statistical database of juvenile court
referrals. DYS is administratively organized into
one central office and five regional offices.
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MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES - FAMILY SUPPORT
DIVISION
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT:
Phyllis Weaver
10325 Highway 21
P.O. Box 1088
Hillsboro, MO 63050
For paternity/establishment/modification issues,
phone: 636-797-9840
For support order/enforcement issues, phone:
866-313-9960
Fax: 636-797-9844
CHILDREN’S DIVISION:
Lisa Drew, Circuit Manager
10325 Highway 21
P. O. Box 1088
Hillsboro MO 63050-1088
Phone: 636-797-9601
Fax: 636-797-9781
INCOME MAINTENANCE:
County Manager
10325 Highway 21
P O Box 1088
Hillsboro, MO 63050-1088
Phone: 636-797-9601
Income Maintenance Fax: 636-797-9780
Jefferson County - Arnold Office
Cross Creek Center
3675 West Outer Road, Suite 103
P. O. Box 626
Arnold, MO 63010-0626
Phone: 636-287-1364
Fax: 636-287-1278
Site: http://www.dss.mo.gov/fsd/index.htm
The Division's Services include:
 Child Support (636-797-9840)
 Income Maintenance & Self-Sufficiency
Programs
(Food Stamps, Health Care and Blind
Services)
 Rehabilitation Services for the Blind
 Voter Registration Application
Other Programs or Information:

Children's Division
Missouri Task Force on Children's
Justice
Temporary Assistance Caseload
Reduction Report
Temporary Assistance
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES – MO HEALTHNET
Health Care USA / 800-566-6444
Amerihealth / 800-645-3965
Mercy MC+ / 800-796-0056
Community Care+/ 800-875-0679/314-432-9300
Transportation to Medical Appt (nonemergency) / 888-863-9513
MC+ Managed Care Helpline / 800-348-6627
Site: http://dss.mo.gov/mhd/
The purpose of the MO HealthNet program is to
provide medical services to persons who meet
certain eligibility requirements as determined by
Family Support Division (FSD). The goals of
the MO HealthNet program are to promote good
health, to prevent illness and premature death, to
correct or limit disability, to treat illness, and to
provide rehabilitation to persons with
disabilities. Eligible persons receive a "MO
HealthNet Identification Card" or a letter from
the local FSD office.
Medical Care Services Provided
(each service is subject to certain limitations)
 inpatient hospital care
 outpatient hospital services, including
diagnostic services rendered through a
hospital outpatient department or clinic
 laboratory and x-ray services when
prescribed by a physician, and provided
by either physicians, clinics, x-ray
facilities, independent diagnostic testing
facilities or laboratories
 nursing home services for person who
are in a home which has professional
license from the Missouri Department of
Health and Senior Services, or who are
in the extended care facility of a
licensed hospital. Each such facility
must also meet federal nursing home
standards
 physician's services whether furnished
in the office, home, hospital, nursing
home, or elsewhere. The only physicians
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who can receive payment are those
licensed as M.D.'s or D.O.'s
dental services
drugs and medicines that have been
prescribed by a physician, dentist, or
podiatrist, and that are obtained from a
licensed pharmacy (or certain
dispensing physicians where pharmacies
are not available)
emergency ambulance services
audiology services and hearing aids
podiatry services
ambulatory surgical services
personal care and adult day health care
services provided in the home as an
alternative to nursing home care
durable medical equipment and certain
prosthetic and orthotic devices
home health care services
optometric services and eyeglasses
family planning services
rehabilitative services as therapies for
adaptive training in the use of prosthetic
and orthotic devices, braces, and
artificial larynxes
nurse midwife services in the office,
hospital
hospice services
case management services for pregnant
women
services provided at a Federally
Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or at a
Rural Health Clinic (RHC)
community psychiatric rehabilitation
services
comprehensive day rehabilitation
services for head injured
comprehensive substance treatment and
rehabilitation (C-STAR)
transplant services
certified nurse practitioner services
other home and community based
services through MO HealthNet waivers
to person 65 and older, persons with
AIDS, or mentally retarded/
developmentally disabled individuals
early and periodic screening, diagnosis
and treatment (EPSDT) of eligible
person under 21 years of age. In
Missouri, this program is called
"Healthy Children and Youth" (HCY).
The following services are available for
children age birth through 20 years:
screening services
including
-physical development
-anticipatory guidance
-vision
-dental
-hearing
-lead assessment
-speech therapy
-occupational therapy
- physical therapy
-psychology counseling
-private duty nursing
-case management services
-orthodontics
-immunizations
-other medically necessary services
MHD pays only the deductibles and coinsurance when any of the above items are
covered by Title XVIII (Medicare) of the Social
Security Act. MHD also pays the monthly
premium for Medicare supplementary medical
insurance for eligible assistance recipient’s age
65 or older and for certain blind or disabled
persons. If an eligible person has other medical
insurance, that insurance company must be
billed before Medicaid is billed. Obtaining
Needed Medical Services Some persons receive
MO HealthNet benefits through a "fee for
service" arrangement, while others receive
benefits through a managed care plan.
Persons receiving MO HealthNet through fee for
service have freedom to choose any vendor of
needed services except that the chosen provider
must be enrolled to participate in the MO
HealthNet vendor plan in order for benefits to be
used. Otherwise, the person receiving the
services must bear the responsibility for medical
expenses incurred. MO HealthNet pays only
providers of services and does not make direct
payments to person for their medical expenses.
(There may be some restrictions placed on a
person's freedom of provider choice if it appears
that there may be abuse or unjustified use of
services.)
Persons receiving MO HealthNet through
managed care must obtain all needed services
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through a health plan, physician sponsor, or
other designated single source of total health
care. MO HealthNet pays a capitation fee for
each individual enrolled in a managed care
program.
MISSOURI DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL
REHABILITATION
Farmington VR Office
901 Progress Drive
P.O. Box 230
Farmington, MO 63640-0230
Phone: 573-218-6100
Toll Free: 800-640-7110
Fax: 573-218-6107
This office services Southeast Missouri:
Hillsboro, De Soto, Festus, Crystal City,
Fletcher and Valles Mines.
St. Louis South VR Office
3248 Laclede Station Rd
St. Louis, MO 63143
Phone: 314-877-1900
Fax: 314-877-1920
Toll Free: 877-222-8968
This office serves Northern Jefferson County
and South County.
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: https://dese.mo.gov/adult-learningrehabilitation-services/vocational-rehabilitation
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide the highest
quality of employment oriented services to
Missourians with disabilities.
MISSOURI DIVISION OF WORKER’S
COMPENSATION
Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial
Relations – Division of Workers’ Compensation
3315 West Truman Blvd., Room 131
P.O. Box 58
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0058
Phone: 573-751-4231
Fax: 573-751-1212
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://labor.mo.gov/dwc
SERVICES OFFERED: The division assists
with employees & employers regarding
workplace injuries and illnesses.
MISSOURI FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE
AUTISM TREATMENT (MO-FEAT)
2388 Schuetz Rd. Suite A-49
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-993-0806
Toll Free: 877-275-8988
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.mo-feat.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: An organization of
parents and professionals throughout Missouri
with headquarters in St. Louis. Our mission is
to provide advocacy, education, and support for
families and the autism community and to
support early diagnosis and effective autism
treatment. MO-FEAT provides monthly parent
support and informational meetings on issues
concerning home- and school-based intervention
and identification of autism spectrum disorders.
MO-FEAT offers quarterly community outings
for family support and networking. MO-FEAT
publishes an extensive statewide resource
directory as well as literature on autism and
effective treatment. MO-FEAT participates in
advocacy efforts at the state level in order to
help guide autism policy in our state.
MISSOURI FIRST STEPS
East Central System Point of Entry (SPOE)
102 S. McKinley
Union, MO 63084
Phone: 636-584-7279
Fax: 866-206-5514
Regional Office: 866-583-2392
TDD: 800-735-2966
Site: https://www.mofirststeps.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Offers coordinated
services and assistance to young children with
special needs and their families. First Steps is
designed for children, birth to age 3, who have
delayed development or diagnosed conditions
that are associated with developmental
disabilities.
MISSOURI OMBUDSMAN
Lieutenant Governor’s Office
Room 121 State Capitol Bldg.
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone: 573-751-4727
Fax: 573-751-9612
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Site: http://health.mo.gov/seniors/ombudsman/
SERVICES OFFERED: Receives concerns
from aggrieved citizens involving state
government agencies and employees.
MISSOURI PARENTS ACT (MPACT)
Phone: 314-542-0096
Toll Free: 800-995-3160
Site: http://ptimpact.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: MPACT is a statewide
parent training and information center that
serves parents of children with all disabilities.
Primary goal is to assist parents in their effort to
effectively advocate for their children's
educational rights and services. MPACT staff
and volunteers are located throughout Missouri
and work with public and private agencies,
parent groups, professional organizations and
advocacy groups to achieve that goal. Provides
up-to-date information online, as well as training
sessions that take place year-round throughout
the state.
MISSOURI PROTECTION AND
ADVOCACY SERVICES
Jefferson City Office (Administration)
925 S. Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Phone: 573-893-3333 / 866-777-7199
Fax: 573-893-4231
Jefferson City Office (Application Unit)
925 S. Country Club Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109
Phone: 573-659-0678 / 800-392-8667
Fax: 573-659-0677
St. Louis Office
1992 Innerbelt Business Center Drive
Overland, MO 63114
Phone: 314-785-1702 / 800-233-3958
Site: http://www.moadvocacy.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: MO P&A is a federally
mandated system in the state of Missouri which
provides protection of the rights of persons with
disabilities through legally-based advocacy.
MO P&A is the only legal rights organization in
Missouri exclusively for people with disabilities.
Provides nine federally-funded programs to
protect the legal rights of persons with
disabilities.
MISSOURI POISON CENTER
Missouri Poison Center (located at SSM
Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center)
1465 S. Grand Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63104
In St. Louis: 314-772-5200
Toll Free: 800-222-1222
Site: http://missouripoisoncenter.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Answering inquiries
pertaining to hazardous chemicals, chemical
reactions, poisons, medication overdose and
adverse reactions. Also handles information
about spider bites, bee stings, etc.
MISSOURI SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
3815 Magnolia
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-776-4320
Fax: 314-776-1875
Toll Free: 800-622-5MSB
Site: http://www.msb.k12.mo.us/
SERVICES OFFERED: Academic students in
grades K-12 follow the course of study
recommended for local public schools, and
specified by the Missouri Standards. MSB is
also uniquely qualified to meet the diverse needs
of vocational and non-academic students
needing a more intensive, nontraditional or
functional curriculum. In addition to teaching to
the core curricular areas, specialized offerings as
Braille, Orientation and Mobility, and
independent living skills are also taught. Work
experience training in competitive and supported
work environments is provided in the
community under the supervision of job coaches
and a job developer. Through its association
with North Central Association of Schools
(NCASVH) which includes 17 other schools for
the blind, MSB offers a varsity sports program
in wrestling, track, swimming, bowling,
cheerleading, and forensics. Special Olympics,
Boy and Girl Scouting, and a host of clubs round
out the extracurricular activities available.
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MISSOURI STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER
(DISTRICT #23)
Jefferson County Courthouse
P.O. Box 156
300 Main Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-5254
Fax: 636-789-5267
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.publicdefender.mo.gov/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides legal
representation to all indigent citizens accused of
or convicted of crimes in Missouri at the levels
of the State Trial Court, Appellate Court,
Missouri Supreme Court, and United States
Supreme Court.
MOTHER TO MOTHER TELEPHONE
SUPPORT
7225 Manchester Rd, Floor 2
Maplewood, MO 63143
Phone: 314-644-7001
Toll Free: 877-644-7001
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides telephone
support to women with postpartum adjustment
disorder (PPAD). Mother to Mother is the only
service of its kind in the St. Louis metropolitan
area. Serves all women in the metropolitan St.
Louis area, free of charge.
MOTHERS AGAINST DRUNK DRIVING
Mailing Address:
2040 Woodson Road, Suite 201
Overland, MO 63114
Phone: 314-426-1595
Fax: 314-426-7780
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.madd.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: All services offered by
our office are available free of charge to those
whose lives have been affected by an alcohol or
drug impaired driving crash.
 Provide emotional support
 Information to help you cope
emotionally
 Information to guide you through the
criminal justice system
 Introductions to others who share a
similar experience
 Advocates to accompany you to court
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Information and help in preparing
Victim Impact Statements for court
Information and help in applying for
Crime Victims Compensation benefits
to cover out of pocket crash related
expenses
Assistance in finding community or
state resources to reimburse expenses
not covered by Crime Victims
Compensation
Referrals for counselors, if needed
Referrals for civil attorneys, if needed
MOVING MOUNTAINS COUNSELING,
LLC
Mailing address: P.O. Box 854
1401 North Truman Blvd., Suite 1
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-4104
Fax: 636-933-4049
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
g.com
Site: http://movingmountainscounseling.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Professional
counseling services. Offers wide range of fees
and payment options; they still accept cash,
checks, VISA, Mastercard, HSA cards, EAP
programs, and Medicaid for children. Does not
accept insurance.
MULLANPHY TRAVELER’S AID
The Globe Building
702 North Tucker Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63101
Phone: 314-241-5820
AREAS SERVED: St. Louis City and St. Louis
County Only. However, other Missouri
residents can receive a one-way, 25% discount
ticket via Greyhound/ Trailways Bus to any
location in or out-of-state if client is relocating
or returning to residence. Verification is
required.
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, SHOW ME
REGION
St. Louis Area of Narcotics Anonymous
24-hour Helpline: 314-830-3232
TTY: 314-851-0938
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For individuals who have challenges with
narcotics; based on the 12-step program.
Site: http://showmeregionna.com/
MEETINGS
Living in the Solution: Sundays 7:00 p.m.,
Salvation Army, 3740 Telegraph, Arnold, MO.
Point of Freedom: Mondays 7:00 p.m.,
Community of Christ Church, 2315 Lonedell
Road & Pomme, Arnold, MO.
Surrendering Our Will: Mondays 7:00 p.m.,
First Presbyterian Church, N. 2nd Entrance, 207
N. Mill Street & N. 2nd Street, Festus, MO.
Show Me How To Live: Tuesdays 7:30 p.m.,
Windsor Baptist Church, 6701 Hwy 61-67,
Barnhart, MO.
Growth Through Recovery: Wednesdays 7:00
p.m., First Presbyterian Church, N. 2nd Entrance,
207 N. Mill Street & N. 2nd Street, Festus, MO.
Steps in the Sticks: Wednesdays 7:00 p.m.,
Hillside Presbyterian Church, 4848 Highway 30,
House Springs, MO.
Serenity For Our Madness: Thursdays 7:00
p.m., COMTREA, Great Room (rear entrance),
110 N. Mill Street, Festus, MO.
Dazed and Confused: Thursdays 7:00 p.m., St.
Anthony’s Catholic Church, 3009 High Ridge
Blvd., High Ridge, MO.
Nope to Dope meeting: Fridays 7:30 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church, N. 2nd Entrance, 207
N. Mill Street & N. 2nd Street, Festus, MO.
A Key To Recovery meeting: Fridays 7:30
p.m. at St. Joseph Church, Imperial Main Street,
6028 Old Antonia Road, Imperial, MO.
One Day At A Time meeting: Saturdays 5:30
p.m., Festus Church of the Nazarene (basement),
2730 Lucas Lane, Hwy P & A, Festus, MO.
NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL
ILLNESS (NAMI)
Brentwood, MO 63144-1315
Phone: 314-962-4670
Fax: 314-962-4678
Meeting: First Thursday, 7:00PM - 8:30PM;
Family Support Group at St. John’s Lutheran
Church, 3517 Jeffco Blvd., Room 107A, Arnold,
MO. Contact Russell or JoAnn Hartley 314293-1512.
Meeting: First Saturday, 10:00AM – 11:30AM;
Visions Young Families Support Group at First
Presbyterian Church, 207 N. Mill St., Festus
MO. Contact: Diane Curtis 636-933-0809.
Site: http://www.nami.org/
NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM
AND DRUG ABUSE (NCADA)
Main Office
8790 Manchester Road
St. Louis, MO 63144
Phone: 314-962-3456
Fax: 314-968-7394
Site: http://ncada-stl.org/
Appointments can be scheduled for an
individual assessment Monday through Friday
9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Cost is $50 and the
assessment lasts an hour. ASSESSMENTS
ARE DONE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
Parents can call our office to schedule an
appointment for the adolescent. Due to the
nature of the evaluation given to adolescents,
this assessment process can take up to two
hours. To allow enough time, adolescent
assessments can be scheduled 9:30 am to 2:30
pm Monday through Friday. Assessments for
youth ages 18 and under are free.
There is no charge for the help line service.
NCADA's Help Line counselors are available
from 9-5, Monday - Friday. If you are in
need of immediate help outside of NCADA's
normal business hours, please call Life Crises
Services at (314) 647-4357.
NEW DAY ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
5 Merchants Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5266
Fax: 636-797-5834
Serves 6th – 12th grade students from the city of
Hillsboro; operates within the Division of Youth
Services School District.
NEW LIFE EVANGELISTIC CENTER
1411 Locust
St. Louis, MO 63103
Phone: 314-421-3020
Fax: 314-436-2434
Toll Free: 800-334-3276
Business Office hours: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
(Monday-Friday)
Contact Person: Rev. Larry Rice or Ray Redlich
Site: http://www.newlifeevangelisticcenter.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: (St. Louis Area)
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1. Utility assistance for those who have shut-off
notices for water, gas or electric. A family can
get help for assistance only once every six
months up to $40.
2. Food Pantry.
3. Heaters/blankets/fans.
4. Rent assistance up to $40. Family must be
subject to ejection.
5. Emergency shelter for men & women.
Channel 24 Television Station: 314-436-2424
NEXTSTEP FOR LIFE
P.O. Box 97
Mapaville, MO 63065
Phone: 636-933-0244 or 636-282-4400
Fax: 636-931-3497
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.nextstepforlife.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides support that
enables people with disabilities to pursue a life
of quality and dignity through Residential,
Employment, Community and Family Support
programs.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
P.O. Box 67
Mapaville, MO 63065
Phone: (636) 282-4415 or (636) 937-1701
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Individuals receive needed supports, as
identified in their Person-Centered Plan, to
contribute to and play valued roles in their
community. Participants serve as volunteers at
local community sites and access resources in
the community such as stores, restaurants, etc.
There are four sites in the county providing
small group supports. Individual supports are
also available.
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
12 Municipal Drive, Suite A
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-4477 or 636-933-4900
Fax: 636-282-0843 or 636-933-9221
Email: mailto:[email protected]
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides vocational
services for those individuals with disabilities
who are 14 or older. AVS programs consist of:
1. Vocational Evaluation
2. Employment Outcome Services
3. Supported Employment
4. Transitional Employment
5. Transition - School to work
FAMILY SUPPORTS
P.O. Box 97
3875 Plass Road
Mapaville, MO 63065
Phone: (636) 282-1414 or (636)933-3764
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
LEISURE SERVICES
P.O. Box 67
Mapaville, MO 63065
Phone: (636) 937-1701 or 282-4422
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Provide fun, meaningful activities so people can
develop socially and can independently enhance
their lives...through leisure. Activities include
bowling, dining out, sports events, dances and
concerts. Vacation trips are also offered during
the year. Leisure Services also provides group
activities and sponsors/coaches Special Olympic
teams.
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
Phone: (636) 282-4450 or (636) 933-5550
SERVICES OFFERED: Offers the opportunity
for individuals with developmental disabilities to
learn independent living skills in a caring, homelike environment. Areas of support may include,
but or not limited to; self-help skills,
communication, safety/survival skills, domestic
skills, recreation/leisure planning, community
access, social interactions, academics, money
handling, and decision making. Services
available to individuals include; transportation,
vocational training/employment, adult day
rehabilitation, nursing/medical supervision,
therapies and behavior management.
Residential Services are available to individuals
functioning in all levels of developmental
disabilities. The various residential programs
are licensed through the Missouri Department of
Mental Health. In order to receive full funding,
referrals for residential placement must come
through the Department of Mental Health, St.
Louis Regional Center. There are currently
three residential options provided by DSJC.
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1. Group Home
2. Individualized Support Living
3. Assisted Living Apartments
NURSES FOR NEWBORNS FOUNDATION
7259 Lansdowne, Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-544-3433
Toll Free: 800-45-Birth
Fax: 314-544-3427
Site: http://www.nfnf.org/
PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Bridge to the Future: The Bridge program
serves as a "Bridge" between hospital and long
term community services for medically fragile
infants. Services are based on individual family
strengths, and are designed by the family and the
nurse.
Bright Futures: The Bright Futures program is
a complete perinatal outreach program that
focuses on pregnant women who are receiving
no prenatal care. Goals of the program include
helping women to access prenatal care, have a
healthy pregnancy and after the baby's birth,
teaching infant care and building parenting
skills.
Safe Beginnings: This program serves MRDD
(mentally retarded / developmentally disabled),
mentally ill and physically challenged pregnant
or new mothers. Goals include reducing
premature birth, preventing child abuse and
neglect, and promoting good parenting skills.
The intensity of the program is dependant upon
the individual needs of the family. The Safe
Beginnings program continues until the
participant enters a long term care program.
Teen Parent: This program serves first time
mothers under age 19. It is an eighteen month
program. The goals of the Teen Parent program
include reducing repeat pregnancies, ensuring
infants receive all immunizations, and reducing
accidents by educating young mothers on what
safety hazards are to the infant at each stage of
development. The program also focuses on
increasing young mothers' awareness of the
signs of physical illness in the infant and making
her aware of the health resources in her
community.
NURSING HOMES
For current information, call Missouri
Department of Health and Senior Services 573522-8689 or 636-797-9822.
Site:
http://health.mo.gov/seniors/nursinghomes/;
click on Show Me Long-Term Care, select
Jefferson County and then click
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RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITIES
Facility which provides 24-hour
accommodation, board, and care to three or
more residents who need or are provided with
supervision of diets, assistance in personal care,
storage, distribution or administration of
medications, supervision of health care under the
direction of a licensed physician, and protective
oversight, including care during short-term
illness or recuperation. Residents who live in an
RCF* are required to make a path to safety
unassisted. A licensed Nursing Home
Administrator is required.
SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES
Provides 24-hour accommodation, board and
skilled nursing care and treatment services to at
least three residents. Skilled nursing care and
treatment services are commonly performed by
or under the supervision of a registered
professional nurse for individuals requiring
twenty-four hour care by licensed nursing
personnel including acts of observation, care and
counsel of the aged, ill, injured or infirm, the
administration of medications and treatments as
prescribed by a licensed physician or dentist,
and other nursing functions requiring substantial
specialized judgment and skill. A licensed
Nursing Home Administrator is required.
FACILITY NAME
SOUTH COUNTY
NURSING HOME
INC
1101 W Outer 21
Road, Phone: 636296-5141
LEVEL OF
LICENSURE
SKILLED
NURSING
FACILITY
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WOODLAND
MANOR NURSING SKILLED
CENTER
NURSING
100 Woodland Court, FACILITY
Phone: 636-296-1400
BIG RIVER
NURSING &
SKILLED
REHAB CENTER NURSING
6400 The Cedar Court, FACILITY
Phone: 636-274-1777
COLONIAL HOUSE
RESIDENTIAL
OF CRYSTAL CITY
CARE
26 Mississippi Avenue
FACILITY I
Phone: 636-937-1000
CRYSTAL OAKS
1500 Calvary Church
Road
Phone: 636-933-1818 SKILLED
Fax: 636-933-1894
NURSING
99 beds; Special Care FACILITY
Unit – 19 bed
Alzheimer/dementia
care
CRYSTAL OAKS
1500 Calvary Church
Road
ASSISTED
Phone: 636-933-1818 LIVING
Fax: 636-933-1894 FACILITY
43 beds; Memory Lane OPTION 2
has 12 bed Alzheimer/
dementia care
BAISCH NURSING
SKILLED
CENTER
NURSING
3260 Baisch Drive
FACILITY
Phone: 636-586-2291
BAISCH NURSING
RESIDENTIAL
CENTER
CARE
3260 Baisch Drive
FACILITY II
Phone: 636-586-2291
HILLCREST CARE
SKILLED
CENTER INC
NURSING
1108 Clark Street
FACILITY
Phone: 636-586-3022
MY PLACE TOO
RESIDENTIAL
1107 Clarke Street
CARE
Phone: 636-586-7871 FACILITY II
VILLAS-A
SKILLED
STONEBRIDGE
NURSING
COMMUNITY, THE
FACILITY
1550 Villa Dr.
ARNOLD
CEDAR
HILL
CRYSTAL
CITY
CRYSTAL
CITY
CRYSTAL
CITY
DE SOTO
DE SOTO
DE SOTO
DE SOTO
DE SOTO
Phone: 636-586-6559
VILLAS-A
STONEBRIDGE
RESIDENTIAL
COMMUNITY, THE CARE
1550 Villa Dr.
FACILITY II
Phone: 636-586-6559
ST. ANDREW'S AT
FRANCIS PLACE SKILLED
300 Forby Road, P.O. NURSING
Box 476
FACILITY
Phone: 636-587-3200
CORI MANOR
HEALTHCARE &
REHABILITATION SKILLED
CENTER
NURSING
506 Corisande Hill
FACILITY
Road
Phone: 636-343-2282
CORI MANOR
HEALTHCARE &
REHABILITATION RESIDENTIAL
CENTER
CARE
506 Corisande Hill
FACILITY II
Road
Phone: 636-343-2282
FIESER NURSING
CENTER
NURSING
404 Main Street
FACILITY
Phone: 636-343-4344
BENCHMARK
HEALTHCARE OF SKILLED
FESTUS
NURSING
12827 Highway TT
FACILITY
Phone: 636-937-3150
COLONIAL HOUSE
OF FESTUS I
RESIDENTIAL
500 Sunshine Drive
CARE
115 West Avenue
FACILITY I
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-7140
COLONIAL HOUSE
RESIDENTIAL
OF FESTUS II
CARE
129 Gray Street
FACILITY I
Phone: 636-937-4050
FESTUS MANOR
627 Westwood South SKILLED
Drive
NURSING
Phone: 636-931-9066 FACILITY
Fax: 636-937-2019
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EUREKA
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FENTON
FENTON
FESTUS
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FESTUS
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FESTUS REST
HOME
705 Moore Street
P.O. Box 51
Phone: 636-937-7125
FOUNTAINBLEAU
NURSING CENTER
1349 US Highway 61,
P.O. Box 700,
Phone: 636-937-3500
RESIDENTIAL
CARE
FACILITY II
FESTUS
SKILLED
NURSING
FACILITY
FESTUS
ASSISTED
KEATON CENTER
LIVING
120 North Mill Street
FESTUS
FACILITY
Phone: 636-931-2700
OPTION 1
MAGNOLIA
RESIDENTIAL
HOME, THE
FESTUS
CARE
204 Grand Ave.
FACILITY I
Phone: 636-933-0662
MY PLACE
ASSISTED
RESIDENTIAL
LIVING
FESTUS
CARE
FACILITY
23 North Sixth Street
OPTION 1
Phone: 636-933-1793
SUNNYHILL
RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL
CARE FACILITY
FESTUS
CARE
134 Gray Street
FACILITY I
Box 356
Phone: 636-931-4701
AUTUMN RIDGE
RESIDENTIAL
300 Autumn Ridge
HERCULA
CARE
Drive, Phone: 636NEUM
FACILITY II
931-8400
SCENIC NURSING
AND
SKILLED
HERCULA
REHABILITATION
NURSING
NEUM
CENTER, LLC
FACILITY
1333 Scenic Drive
Phone: 636-931-2995
TWIN CITY
RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL
HERCULA
CARE
CARE
#1 Holding Lane
NEUM
FACILITY I
P.O. Box 92
Phone: 636-937-3851
OPEN DOOR ANIMAL SANCTUARY
6065 Duda Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-671-3643
Emergency Only: 636-671-5439
Site: http://www.odas.org
Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every day. Fee:
Adoption Fees $120 for dogs and cats (fee
includes all necessary shots up to the date of
adoption (at least 2 sets) spaying or neutering,
microchipping and heartworm testing).
SERVICE PROVIDED: ODAS is a no-kill
shelter dedicated to preserving the life and
health of homeless cats and dogs, providing
shelter, food and veterinary care while fostering
their social skills and encouraging their adoption
into loving homes.
OPERATION FOOD SEARCH, INC.
6282 Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63130-3300
Phone: 314-726-5355
Fax: 314-361-1170
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.operationfoodsearch.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Operates the 24 hour
Hunger Hotline through which callers in need
can be referred to a food pantry in their zip code
area. Acquisition and distribution of surplus
food to over 200 community agencies in
Missouri and Illinois. This includes pick-up and
distribution of donated foods.
ORDER OF PROTECTION FOR ABUSED
ADULTS AND CHILDREN
Application made in person to:
Jefferson County Circuit Clerk
Jefferson County Courthouse
P.O. Box 100
Hillsboro, MO 63050-0100
Phone: 636-797-5443
Site: http://www.jcsd.org/exparte.htm
SERVICES OFFERED: Victims must provide
information for need of protection. Police or
medical reports if they exist are helpful. An
initial Ex-parte order may be extended for up to
1 year by the court. The court order may include
support and visitation arrangements.
ORGANIZED ALTERNATIVE TRANSIT
SYSTEMS (OATS)
East Region (includes Jefferson County)
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186 NW Industrial Court
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Phone: 314-894-1701
Fax: 314-894-8318
Site: http://www.oatstransit.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides transportation
for Jefferson County Senior Citizens 60 years of
age and over and disabled for:
A. Doctors, hospitals, clinics, dentist, and
pharmacies on designated days.
B. Neighborhood shopping centers, banks,
grocery stores, lawyers, businesses, and Senior
Citizen Nutrition Center Services.
All appointments must be called in at least two
days ahead. All doctor appointments should be
made between 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. No
overnight appointments are allowed. OATS is
contracted to provide only regularly scheduled
transportation for medical, shopping, nutrition,
or business. THIS IS NOT AN
EMERGENCY SERVICE. The general public
may ride the van on a space available basis.
OUR LADY’S INN
4223 South Compton
St. Louis, MO 63111
Phone: 314-351-4590
Fax: 314-351-2119
Site: http://www.ourladysinn.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Μaternity home
includes spiritual, emotional and physical
support for women who choose life for their
babies. Food, clothing, counseling and many
other services are provided for pregnant women
and their children in times of personal crisis.
Nurses on staff ensure that the women and
children we serve receive proper medical care
and advocacy. They encourage maternal
bonding and nurturing through parenting classes
and other resources.
Professional and support staff help mothers
become self-sufficient and secure employment
and stable housing. The women are also
encouraged to reclaim chastity and abstain from
sexual activity until marriage.
OLI Transitional Housing provides independent
apartment living, including supportive services
toward family independence and stability.
A-B-CEEs...a welcoming educational child care
environment where children in transition can
blossom and grow.
CARING TOUCH...professional therapist on
staff promotes emotional healing through
individual counseling and support groups
dealing with issues such as domestic violence,
abuse, mental health, addiction and
abandonment.
AFTERCARE...stabilizes and strengthens
former OLI residents and families by providing
follow-up supportive services.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
9907 Gravois Road, Suite E
St. Louis, MO 63123
Phone: 314-638-6070
Fax: 314-638-6071
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://stlouisoa.org/
Various meetings available in Metro St. Louis
area.
PARAQUAD
ParaQuad, Inc.
5240 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-289-4200
TTY: 314-289-4252
Fax: 314-289-4201
Email mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.paraquad.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Offers products and
supplies and several education programs, i.e.,
Career Options and Employment Program, Deaf
and Hard of Hearing Program, and a Laptop
Computer Program.
PARENTLINK
212 Whitten Hall
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, MO 65211
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mon thru Fri
Phone: 800-552-8522
Site:
http://education.missouri.edu/orgs/parentlink/
SERVICES OFFERED: ParentLink provides
research-based information. Call WarmLine at
800-552-8522 for:
o Access to resources and services for
families in your area.
o Free information on ANY parenting
question. Call about specific situations,
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developmental stages, or services you
are looking for.
A free loan library of parenting
materials.
Someone who will listen if you just
need to talk.
PARENTS AS TEACHERS PROGRAM
The program is offered by all school districts in
the state.
CRYSTAL CITY,DUNKLIN, FESTUS,
JEFFERSON R-7,WINDSOR
1250 Dooling Hollow
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-933-0792
DE SOTO, GRANDVIEW, HILLSBORO,
SUNRISE
221 South Third Street
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-1008
FOX C-6 SCHOOL DISTRICT
849 Jeffco Blvd.
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-282-1476
NORTHWEST R-I SCHOOLS
P. O. Box 500
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-671-3470
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.parentsasteachers.org
Fee: The program is voluntary and free to all
parents.
SERVICES OFFERED: A primary prevention
program, designed to maximize children’s
overall development during the first three years
of life.
-Information about stages of child development
and ideas for parents to encourage children’s
development.
-Personalized home visits by specially trained
parent educators.
-Group meetings with parents of like-aged
children.
-Periodic monitoring and formal screening to
assure youngsters do not have an undetected
health problem, handicap or developmental
delay.
PATERNITY TESTING
Missouri Department of Social Services
Family Support Division
Child Support Enforcement
10325 Highway 21
P.O. Box 1088
Hillsboro, MO 63050
For paternity/establishment/modification issues,
phone: 636-797-9840
LabCorp of America
3613 RICHARDSON SQUARE STE 300
ARNOLD, MO 63010
Phone: 636-467-2983
Fax: 636-467-2684
Toll Free: 800-334-5161
Site: http://www.labcorp.com
Hours:
MON-FRI 7:30AM-4:00PM LUNCH 12:001:00PM SAT 7:30AM-11:30AM
Type of Service:
Routine Clinical Laboratory Collections,
Pediatric, Occupational Urine Drug Screens
Collections, Hair, Radar (Point of Collection
Tests), H. Pylori Breath Test.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD
West County Health Center
#1 Stonegate Center
Manchester, MO 63088
Phone: 636-431-0030
Toll Free: 800-230-PLAN
Fax: 636-431-0035
Hours: Monday 10a.m.-8p.m.; Tuesday 11a.m.6p.m.; Wednesday 12p.m.-7:30p.m.; Thursday
9a.m.-5p.m.; Friday, 8a.m.-4p.m.; Saturday
9a.m.-2p.m.
Site: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
 Abortion Referral
 Birth Control Services
 Emergency Contraception
 HIV Testing
 HPV & Hepatitis Vaccines
 LGBT Services
 Men's Health Services
 Patient Education
 Pregnancy Testing, Options & Services
 STD Testing & Treatment
 Women's Health Services
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PONY BIRD INC.
1523 Villa Drive
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-931-5818
Fax: 636-931-3518
Site: http://www.ponybird.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES PROVIDED
Twenty-four hour personal care is provided by
trained staff. Dietary management, health care,
occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech
therapy, recreation, and social events are
provided to all members of the Pony Bird
Family. An RN/LPN is available twenty-four
hours a day, seven days a week. Community
outings and in house programs focus on social,
emotional, spiritual enriching opportunities, as
well as new skill development for continued
growth.
EDUCATIONAL & DAY PROGRAM
Operate a year-round school for school-age
children with profound severe physical and
mental disabilities. When the student turns 21
years of age, his needs continue to be met
through Pony Bird’s Day Program.
RESPITE
Overnight and day respite are available to
families in the Region Eleven community with a
child or adult requiring specialized care. Due to
the high demand for these services, it is
important that families, when possible, schedule
their respite in advance.
PREGNANCY RESOURCE CENTERS
Birthright
P.O. Box 35, 10575 Highway 21
Hillsboro, MO
Phone: 636-789-3518
Hand-N-Hand Pregnancy Help Center
7024 Highway 61-67
Barnhart, MO 63012
Phone: 636-464-8400
Fax: 636-467-2995
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.pregnancybarnhart.com
Hours of Operation: Monday 2-7PM;
Wednesday 10AM-2PM; Thursday 2-7PM;
Saturday 9AM-12PM.
MyLife Medical Center
2608 Gravois Road
High Ridge, MO 63051
Phone: 636-495-6566
Hours of Operation: Tuesday & Wednesday
10AM – 4PM; Thursday 1PM – 7PM, or by
appointment.
Missouri Pregnancy Resource Centers Web Site:
http://www.ramahinternational.org/missouri.htm
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SERVICES OFFERED: Provides pregnancy
testing and ultrasound services and testing and
treatment of sexually transmitted diseases.
Options counseling for those making a decision
about an unintended pregnancy. Education and
training resources for those choosing to parent.
Referrals for adoption services, medical and
social services.
PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN’S HOMES
AND SERVICES
608 Pine Street
Farmington, MO 63640
Phone: 314-846-2992
Toll Free: 800-747-1855
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://missouri.pchas.org/
ADMISSIONS: 24-hour, seven days a week
admissions available. Services available for
youth ages 12 – 17. Admission criteria
determined through phone interview and/or
referral packets.
SERVICES OFFERED: 24 hour awake staff
for supervision, treatment plan and tracking, all
contracted obligations, safe small town setting,
superior on-grounds school, family friendly
environment, psychiatric evaluation and
maintenance services, educational assessments,
psychological evaluation, medical/dental
services and family interventions. Family
Focused Residential Treatment, Day
Treatment/Education, Eight Week Court
Diversion Program, Emergency Care and Crisis
Care Services.
PROBATE DIVISION-CIRCUIT COURT,
DIVISION #23
P.O. Box 100
Hillsboro, MO 63050-0100
Phone: 636-797-5450
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Fee: Dependent on services
Site:
http://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=1620
SERVICES OFFERED: In addition to
administering decedents' estates, a probate
division has general supervisory jurisdiction
over the estates of minors and those adults
whom the court finds to be disabled or
incapacitated. The probate division may then
step in (upon proper application, hearing and
determination) and appoint a conservator to look
after matters for them.
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S ALLIANCE
12520-D Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63141
Phone: 314-991-6144
Site: http://www.stlpwa.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Women who support
each other in becoming VOICES—Vibrant,
Outstanding, Influential, Confident, Effective &
Strong leaders in business and the community.
PROVIDENT COUNSELING, INC.
Jefferson County Center
3675 West Outer Road, Suite 203
Arnold, MO 63010
Administrative Office: 314-371-6500 ext 1184
2650 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
Appointments: 314-533-8200
24-hour Suicide/Crisis Hotline: 314-647-4357
Hours: Monday: 10:30 am – 9 pm; Tuesday,
Wednesday & Thursday: 8:30 am – 9 pm;
Friday: 8:30 am – 3 pm
Site: http://providentstl.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provident Counseling
is a not-for-profit agency offering individual and
family counseling, group counseling, life crisis
services, job and life skills, youth development,
visitation and custody exchange, and community
development. Sliding fee scale available if no
insurance.
QUEEN OF PEACE CENTER
325 North Newstead
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-531-0511
Fax: 314-652-2637
Site: http://www.qopcstl.org/
Hours: 24 Hours, 7 days a week
Fee: Medical sliding scale insurance accepted.
SERVICES OFFERED: Will take all qualifying
women, but pregnancy is a priority. A C-STAR
(Comprehensive Substance Treatment
Rehabilitation) Program for drug-affected,
pregnant women and their children. Holistic and
individualized treatment program that can
accommodate each client’s life situation in
residential, day and outpatient treatment. An
intermediate care program of extended alcohol
and/or drug abuse recovery for women in a
therapeutic residential setting. The programs
serves females 14 years and older who have
completed primary treatment. Licensed daycare.
RANKEN JORDAN-A PEDIATRIC
BRIDGE HOSPITAL
11365 Dorsett Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Phone: 314-993-1207
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.rankenjordan.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: The center provides to
inpatients complete nursing care, physical,
occupational, recreational, speech therapy, social
work services, outpatient therapy and other
services to children from two weeks to eighteen
years. Ranken Jordan also offers several special
programs to help families meet the individual
needs to their medically dependent children.
These include assistance and training for
families with chronically ill children at home,
outpatient rehabilitation services, and respite
care.
RAPE AND VIOLENCE END NOW
(RAVEN)
3960 Lindell Blvd., Suite 110
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-289-8000 / 314-645-2075
Fax: 314-289-8001
Call Life Crisis 314-647-4357 if you are
currently in crisis.
Site: https://slevawn.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Psycho-educational
groups for men who batter or are otherwise
abusive in their domestic relationships.
Referrals for sex-offenders and substance abuse.
Also offers public education and training.
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REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR THE
BLIND
South District Office (serves Jefferson County)
Two Campbell Plaza, Suite 300
St. Louis, MO 63139
Phone: 314-877-0151
Fax: 314-877-0168
Site: http://www.dss.mo.gov/fsd/rsb/index.htm
PERSON SERVED: Persons who are legally
blind or who have progressive eye disease.
SERVICES OFFERED: Vocational
rehabilitation, assistive technology, independent
living rehabilitation, children services, older
blind services, transition services, business
enterprise services, prevention of blindness,
employer services, and State Rehab Council for
the Blind. Anyone interested in services offered
can get information or referrals by calling (toll
free) 1-800-592-6004. FSD county office may
refer persons to the RSB central office or to one
of the district office locations. Information can
also be requested by Email addressed to:
[email protected]
RELAY MISSOURI
Phone: 866-735-2460 (voice)
800-735-2966 (TT-Text telephone)
Both TTY and voice users may initiate calls by
dialing “711”.
Site: http://www.relaymissouri.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Telecommunication
relay services provides full telephone
accessibility to people who are deaf, hard of
hearing or speech impaired. The service is
available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with
no restrictions on the length or number of calls
placed. Voice Carry Over (VCO) customers can
use the dedicated VCO number by dialing 1800-735-0135. Speech disabled customers can
use specialized relay agents to support their
communication needs by calling 1-877-7357877. Deaf or hard of hearing customers wishing
to use Spanish translation may call 1-800-5207309.
RIDE ON ST. LOUIS, INC.
6008 Windsor Harbor Lane
Kimmswick, MO 63053
Phone: 636-464-3408
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.rideonstl.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Equine assisted
activities and therapies for disabled children and
adults. Use hippotherapy (therapy with the aid
of a horse) and/or therapeutic horsemanship to
achieve emotional, mental and physical benefits
for the developmentally and physically disabled,
as well as the disadvantaged youth of the
community.
RIDEFINDERS
RideFinders
One Transit Way
P. O. Box 7500
Granite City, IL 62040-7500
Phone: 800-VIP-RIDE (847-7433) in Missouri
or Illinois only
Phone: 618-874-7433 Outside Missouri or
Illinois
Fax: 618-797-5494
Email: [email protected]
Site: http://www.ridefinders.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides a free ride
matching service to help commuters find other
commuters to carpool or vanpool with to work
in the St. Louis region.
ROCKHAVEN ECOZOIC CENTER
7621 Rivermont Trail
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-375-3159 or 575-5671
Site: http://www.rockhaven.org
SERVICES OFFERED: An interfaith ecospiritual center in the Missouri Ozarks serving
local and international clientele, fostering deep
personal renewal. Offers retreats and interfaith
spiritual renewal programs.
SAFE CONNECTIONS
2165 Hampton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
Office: 314-646-7500
24-hour helpline: 314-531-2003
Site: http://www.safeconnections.org/
Business Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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SERVICES OFFERED: Crisis intervention,
education, advocacy and counseling for women
whose victimization is complex.
SAFE FAMILIES FOR CHILDRENGREATER ST. LOUIS AREA
1300 Hampton Avenue, Suite 202
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-452-6547
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: https://www.bethany.org/otherservices/safe-families-for-children
SERVICES OFFERED: Helps parents
experiencing temporary crisis by providing a
loving family for their children to stay with until
the crisis has passed.
SAFE KIDS ST. LOUIS
Safe Kids St. Louis is a program of SSM
Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center and
is located at 1465 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO
63104.
Phone: 314-776-3627 or 314-612-5770
Site:
http://www.cardinalglennon.com/Pages/safekids-st-louis.aspx
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide injury
prevention for children ages birth-14 in St. Louis
City, St. Louis County, Jefferson County,
Franklin County, and Washington County.
SALVATION ARMY CENTERS
Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC)
3949 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: 314-535-005
Site: http://stlsalvationarmy.org/
Store hours: 9:00AM-7:00PM
Monday-Saturday
SERVICES OFFERED: Adult Rehabilitation
Center for drug and alcohol abuse.
2823 Cherokee, St. Louis
Phone: 314-771-2684
Store hours: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Monday-Saturday
2700 Droste Road, St. Charles
Phone: 636-947-8489
Store hours: 9:00AM-6:00PM
Monday-Saturday
54 Grandview Plaza
Florissant, MO 63303
Phone: 314-921-5761
Store hours: 9:00AM-9:00PM
Monday-Saturday
SALVATION ARMY CHURCH
3740 Telegraph Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-464-0787
Fax: 636-464-2511
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED:
 Emergency Assistance - Emergency Shelter,
Food & Nutrition Programs, Mobile Food
Pantry
 Family Counseling Services - Casework
Services
SALVATION ARMY FAMILY AND
THRIFT STORE
2110 Tenbrook
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-287-1911
Hours: Monday – Saturday 9:00a.m. – 8:00p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Thrift Store.
SCHOOLS, PAROCHIAL
Christ the Vine Lutheran School
1615 Vine School Road
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Phone: 636-931-9900
First Baptist Church of Arnold
2012 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2703
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
701 Third Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-2300
New Hope Christian Academy
11533 Gamel Cemetery Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-0800
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Our Lady Queen of Peace
4696 Notre Dame Drive
House Springs, MO 63051
Phone: 636-671-0247
Our Lady’s School
1550 St. Mary’s Lane
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-5008
Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Crystal City
201 Brierton Lane
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-5298
St. Anthony’s School
3005 High Ridge Boulevard
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-3585
St. John’s Catholic Church of Imperial School
4525 Old State Route 21
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-296-8112
St. John’s Lutheran School
3511 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-464-7303
St. Joseph’s Church-Imperial School
6024 Old Antonia Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Phone: 636-464-9027
St. Paul Catholic Church School
465 New Smizer Mill Road
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-343-4333
St. Pius X High School
1030 St. Pius Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-7487
St. Rose of Lima
523 South Fourth Street
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-3594 or 337-7855
SCHOOLS, PRIVATE
Christian Outreach Church and School
4430 Outreach Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-789-3011
Site: http://www.christianoutreachchurch.org/
Liberty Christian Academy
1233 American Legion Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-3999
Twin City Christian Academy
723 Horine Road
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-9664
SCHOOLS, PUBLIC
This website has a complete listing of Jefferson
County Schools:
http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/school_list.a
sp?Search=1&County=Jefferson&State=29&Sc
hoolPageNum=1
CRYSTAL CITY 47: School Code 050-013
Site: http://crystal.k12.mo.us/
Crystal City High School: 636-937-2005
Address: 1100 Mississippi Avenue
Crystal City, MO 63019
Crystal City Elementary School: 636-937-4017
Address: 600 Mississippi Avenue
Crystal City, MO 63019
DE SOTO 73: School Code 050-014
Site: http://www.desoto.k12.mo.us/
De Soto Senior High School: 636-586-1050
Address: 815 Amvets Drive
De Soto, MO 63020
De Soto Junior High School: 636-586-1030
Address: 731 Amvets Drive
De Soto, MO 63020
Athena Elementary School 636-586-1020
Address: 3775 Athena School Road
De Soto, MO 63020
Vineland Elementary School 636-586-1010
Address: 650 Vineland School Road
De Soto, MO 63020
Preschool: 1812 Rock Road, 636-586-1040
De Soto, MO 63020
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DUNKLIN R-5: School Code 050-005
Site: http://www.dunklin.k12.mo.us/
Herculaneum High School: 636-479-5200
Address: #1 Black Cat Drive
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Senn-Thomas Middle School: 636-479-5200
Address: 200 Senn-Thomas Drive
Herculaneum, MO 63048
Pevely Elementary School: 636-479-5200
Address: 300 County Road, P.O. Box 327
Pevely, MO 63070
FESTUS R-6: School Code 050-006
Site: http://www.festus.k12.mo.us/
Festus Senior High School: 636-937-5410
Address: 501 Westwind Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Festus Middle School: 636-937-5417
Address: 1717 West Main Street
Festus, MO 63028
Festus Intermediate School: 636-937-4750
Address: 1501 Mid-Meadow Lane
Festus, MO 63028
Festus Elementary School: 636-937-4063
Address: 1500 Mid-Meadow Lane
Festus, MO 63028
FOX C-6: School Code 050-012
Site: http://www.fox.k12.mo.us/
Fox High School: 636-296-5210
Mailing Address: 745 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Fox Middle School: 636-296-5077
Address: 743 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Fox Elementary School: 636-296-3396
Address: 739 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Antonia Elementary School: 636-942-2181
Address: 3901 Highway M
Imperial, MO 63052
Clyde Hamrick Element. School: 636-942-4010
Address: 4525 Four Ridge Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Don Earl Early Childhood Center: 636-282-5184
Address: 849 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
George Guffey Elementary: 636-343-7662
Address: 400 13th Street
Fenton, MO 63026
Lone Dell Elementary School: 636-282-1470
Address: 2500 Tomahawk
Arnold, MO 63010
Meramec Heights Elementary: 636-296-4385
Address: 1340 West Outer 21 Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Raymond & Nancy Hodge Elem.: 636-282-6920
Address: 2499 Prairie Hollow Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Richard Simpson Elementary: 636-282-1480
Address: 3585 Vogel Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Ridgewood Middle School: 636-282-1459
Address: 1401 Ridgewood School Rd
Arnold, MO 63010
Rockport Heights Elementary: 636-464-2010
Address: 3871 Jeffco Boulevard
Arnold, MO 63010
Seckman Elementary School: 636-296-2030
Address: 2824 Seckman Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Seckman Middle School: 636-296-5707
Address: 2810 Seckman Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Seckman Senior High School: 636-282-1485
Address: 2800 Seckman Road
Imperial, MO 63052
Sherwood Elementary School: 636-296-1413
Address: 1769 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
GRANDVIEW C-4 SCHOOL DISTRICT:
School Code 050-002
Site: http://www.csd4.k12.mo.us/
Grandview High School: 636-944-3390
Address: 11470 Highway C
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Grandview Middle School: 636-944-3931
Address: 11470 Highway C
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Grandview Elementary School: 636-944-3291
Address: 11470 Highway C
Hillsboro, MO 63050
HILLSBORO R-3: School Code 050-003
Site: http://www.hsdr3.org/
Hillsboro High School: 636-789-0010
Address: 123 Leon Hall Parkway
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Hillsboro Junior High School: 636-789-0020
Address: 12 Hawk Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
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Hillsboro Middle Elementary: 636-789-0030
Address: 10478 Highway 21
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Hillsboro Elementary School: 636-789-0040
Address: 13 Hawk Drive
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Hillsboro Primary School: 636-789-0050
Address: 101 Leon Hall Parkway
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Juvenile Detention Center: 636-797-5042
Address: 739 Maple Street
Hillsboro, MO 63050
JEFFERSON CO. R-7: School Code 050-007
Site: http://www.jr7.k12.mo.us/
Telegraph Intermediate School: 636-937-6530
Address: 1265 Doolin Hollow Road
Festus, MO 63028
Danby-Rush Tower Middle: 636-937-9188
Address: 1250 Doolin Hollow Road
Festus, MO 63028
Plattin Elementary School: 636-937-7170
Address: 2400 Hwy 61
Festus, MO 63028
NORTHWEST R-1: School Code 050-001
Site:
http://www.nwr1.k12.mo.us/education/district/di
strict.php?sectionid=1
Northwest High School: 636-274-0555
Address: 6005 Cedar Hill Road
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Northwest Valley School: 636-671-3470
Address: 4300 Gravois Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Cedar Hill Intermediate School: 636-274-3415
Address: 6471 Cedar Hill Road
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
House Springs Intermediate: 636-671-3382
Address: 6180 Highway MM
House Springs, MO 63051
North Jefferson Intermediate: 636-677-3577
Address: 2109 Gravois Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Brennan Woods Elementary: 636-677-3400
Address: 4630 Brennan Road
High Ridge, MO 63049
Cedar Springs Elementary: 636-671-3330
Address: 6922 Rivermont Trails
House Springs, MO 63051
High Ridge Elementary School: 636-677-3996
Address: 2901 High Ridge Blvd.
High Ridge, MO 63049
House Springs Elementary: 636-671-3360
Address: 4380 Gravois Road
House Springs, MO 63051
Maple Grove Elementary School: 636-274-5327
Address: 7887 Dittmer Ridge Road
Dittmer, MO 63023
Murphy Elementary School: 636-326-0577
Address: 2101 Valley Drive
High Ridge, MO 63049
SUNRISE R-9: School Code 050-009
Site: http://www.sunrise-r9.org/
Sunrise Elementary School: 636-586-6660
Address: 4485 Sunrise School Road
De Soto, MO 63020
WINDSOR C-1: School Code 050-010
Site: http://windsor.k12.mo.us/
Windsor High School: 636-464-4429
Windsor Middle School: 636-464-4417
Windsor Intermediate Center: 636-464-4451
Windsor Elementary School: 636-464-4408
Address: 6208 Highway 61-67
Imperial, MO 63052
(This is the address for High School, Middle,
Intermediate and Elementary)
James E. Freer Elementary: 636-464-2951
Address: 1800 Hanover
Barnhart, MO 63012
SERENITY COUNSELING SERVICES
1669 S. Old Highway 141
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-343-9221
Fax: 636-326-0606
SERVICES OFFERED: Individual, couple,
family, and group counseling. Anger
management groups. Accepts CTS and
Medicaid.
SITEMAN CANCER CENTER
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 800-600-3606
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
Site: http://www.barnesjewish.org/MedicalServices/Cancer-Center
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SERVICES OFFERED: The Alvin J. Siteman
Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and
Washington University School of Medicine is an
international leader in cancer treatment,
research, prevention, education and community
outreach. It is the only cancer center in Missouri
and within a 240-mile radius of St. Louis to hold
the prestigious Comprehensive Cancer Center
designation from the National Cancer Institute
and membership in the National Comprehensive
Cancer Network. Siteman offers the expertise of
more than 350 Washington University research
scientists and physicians who provide care for
more than 8,000 newly diagnosed cancer
patients each year. A full range of advanced
diagnostic and treatment services are available
for patients with all types of cancer, many of
them provided in the Center for Advanced
Medicine, a state-of-the-art outpatient facility
that opened on the Barnes-Jewish Hospital
campus in 2001.
Siteman also offers patients access to support
services throughout their care. Satellite facilities
are conveniently located near the campus of
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in Creve
Coeur, at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital in
St. Charles County, and in South St. Louis
County.
SMALL ANIMAL FARM THERAPY
ASSOCIATION (SAFTA)
SAFTA Administration Office
3455 Longfellow
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-398-0599
Email:
mailto:[email protected]
Farm Owner
6380 Klondike Road
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-575-6646
Email: mailto:[email protected]
SERVICES OFFERED: Provide small animal
assisted therapy sessions in a farm setting or at
their homes, to clients with physical limitations
and for abused children. The members of
SAFTA are either disabled, traumatized or both.
They also supply deaf services.
SMALL CLAIMS COURT-ASSOCIATE
CIRCUIT COURT DIV. 11 & 12
Application made in person to:
Jefferson County Circuit Clerk
Jefferson County Courthouse
P.O. Box 100
Hillsboro, MO 63050-0100
Phone: 636-797-5443
Site:
http://www.courts.mo.gov/page.jsp?id=704
SERVICES OFFERED: For people who wish
to file a suit against someone for $3000 or less.
Suit can be filed without an attorney.
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
650 Gravois Bluffs
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 800-772-1213 (toll free 7:00 a.m. to
7:00 p.m.) Call to schedule an appointment
Fax: 636-282-6052
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Mon through Fri
Site: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/
If you have a problem, you should first contact
your local office or call the 800 number. If you
still need additional help, you may write to the
Office of Public Inquiries:
Social Security Administration
Office of Public Inquiries
Windsor Park Building
6401 Security Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21235
SERVICES OFFERED: The following
programs are included:
A. Retirement insurance;
B. Survivors insurance;
C. Disability insurance;
D. Hospital and medical insurance for the
aged, the disabled, and those with endstage renal disease;
E. Prescription Drug Benefit
F. Extra help with Medicare Prescription
Drug Costs
G. Supplemental security income;
H. Special Veterans Benefits;
I. Unemployment insurance; and
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J. Public assistance and welfare services,
including:
1. Temporary assistance for needy
families;
2. Medical assistance;
3. Maternal and child health services;
4. Child support enforcement;
5. Family and child welfare services;
6. Food stamps; and
7. Energy assistance.
SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DEPAUL
100 North Jefferson
St. Louis, MO 63103
Administration: 314-881-6000
Intake & Referral: 314-531-7837
Site: http://www.svdpstl.org/
Conferences: Groups of individuals
volunteering from parishes in different area.
When clients call they should inquire regarding
St. Vincent DePaul Society; then the office
refers them to a parishioner.
CONFERENCES:
Arnold Immaculate Conception
Phone: 636-296-5289
Arnold, St. David
Phone: 636-296-5485
Crystal City Sacred Heart
Phone: 636-937-3066
De Soto St. Rose of Lima
Phone: 636-586-2047
Fenton St. Paul
Phone: 636-326-2530
Festus Our Lady
Phone: 636-937-5513
Herculaneum Assumption Blessed V. M.
Phone: 636-475-5305
High Ridge St. Anthony
Phone: 636-677-3005
Hillsboro Good Shepherd
Phone: 636-948-2973/797-2412
House Springs Our Lady Queen of Peace
Phone: 636-671-3062
Imperial St. John
Phone: 636-287-9198
Kimmswick St. Joseph
Phone: 636-464-1013
SERVICES OFFERED: Each Conference
provides various types of food, shelter, and
utilities to help members of its community or
parish, depending on their resources. Although
the service may only include one-time, area
conferences can determine additional services if
needed. Clients may be referred to Salvation
Army. Clients need to provide verification of
their addresses and zip code.
SOULARD FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
3535 South Jefferson, STE S-4
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: 314-772-8348
SERVICES OFFERED: Family medicine and
general practice. Accepts Medicaid.
SOUTH COUNTY HEALTH CENTERS
AND MEDICAL SERVICES
South County Health Center
4580 S. Lindbergh
Sunset Hills, MO 63127
Phone: 314-615-0400
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(The South County Health Center is closed on
the first Thursday morning of each month.)
Site:
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Public Health Nursing o Home Visits
Dental Services
Health Education Classes
HIV/AIDS Testing and Counseling
Immunizations (Including Childhood)
o Walk-in immunizations
Monday through Friday: 8:3010:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Travel Immunizations (by appointment
only)
Lead Screening and Treatment Services
Nutrition Counseling
Ophthalmology Clinic (Eye Clinic)
Pediatric (Children's) Services
Podiatry (Foot Care) Clinic
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Teen Care
WIC (Women, Infants & Children)
Nutrition Program
Women's Health Services o Obstetrics/Gynecology Clinic
o Family Planning Services
o Pregnancy Testing
SSM REHABILITATION HOSPITAL
1027 Bellevue, 3rd floor
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Phone: 314-768-5300
Fax: 314.768-5342
Site: http://www.ssm-rehab.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Delivers the
specialized care and advanced treatment that
enables individuals with stroke, brain injury,
spinal cord injury, neurological disorders,
amputation, joint replacement and other
orthopedic trauma, and general medical
rehabilitation needs, to rebuild their lives.
SSM Rehabilitation Hospital's three inpatient
rehabilitation units are located within acute care
hospitals (SSM St. Mary's Health Center in St.
Louis, and SSM St. Joseph Health Center in St.
Charles) or operate as a stand-alone hospital (the
60-bed SSM Bridgeton Hospital in Bridgeton).
They offer an unparalleled continuum of care –
from our inpatient hospital programs to our
growing network of outpatient SSM Physical
Therapy centers, as well as our SSM Day
Institute and SSM WorkHealth – to best meet
the individual needs and rehabilitation goals of
our patients.
SSM HEALTH
1015 Bowles Avenue
Fenton, MO 63026
Phone: 636-496-2000
Fax: 314-768-7123
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.ssmhealth.com/home/
SERVICES OFFERED: Free mammograms and
breast health education are available at St Clare
hospital through a grant from the Susan G.
Komen for the Cure St. Louis Affiliate. The
program is available to women who are 40 years
of age and older AND who have not had a
mammogram or have not had one in the last 13
months AND who do not have insurance or have
insurance that does not pay for screenings.
ST. ANTHONY’S MEDICAL CENTER
10010 Kennerly Road
St. Louis, MO 63128
Phone: 314-525-1000
Site: http://www.stanthonysmedcenter.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Today St. Anthony's is
the third-largest medical center in the St. Louis
metropolitan area and also serves families in
Jefferson County, Mo., and St. Clair and Monroe
counties in Illinois. In addition, St. Anthony’s
operates four urgent care centers – located in
Arnold, Fenton, Lemay and Big Bend. St.
Anthony's specialties includes cardiology,
maternity, oncology/cancer care, orthopedics,
neuroscience & stroke and emergency and
trauma. St. Anthony’s is staffed by more than
4,000 employees, and served by more than 800
physicians and other medical professionals in
private practice. Medicare certified.
ST. ELIZABETH ADULT DAY CARE
CENTER (SEADCC)
Administrative Office
3401 Arsenal Street
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: 314-772-5107
Site: http://www.seadcc.org
Arnold Center:
2000 El Lago Drive
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-461-0730
SERVICES OFFERED: Offers door-to-door
transportation, nutritious meals, social activities,
medical professionals, personal care and Sunday
and overnight respite for aged and persons with
special needs.
ST. LOUIS ASSOCIATION FOR
RETARDED CITIZENS (ARC)
1816 Lackland Hill Parkway, Suite 200
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314-569-2211
Fax: 314-569-0778
Site: http://www.slarc.org/
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SERVICES OFFERED:
 ARCH / Respite Services
 Community Integration Services
 Early Childhood Services
 Employment Services
 Family Support and Advocacy Services
 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) Prevention
Program
 Leisure Services
 Residential Services
ST. LOUIS CRISIS NURSERY
Administration Office:
11710 Administration Drive, Suite 18
St. Louis, MO 63146
24-hour Helpline: 314-768-3201
Office Phone: 314-292-5770
Fax: 314-768-3996
Crisis Nursery South:
6150 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63139
24-hour Helpline: 314-768-3201
Crisis Nursery North:
11037 Breezy Point Lane
St. Louis, MO 63136
24-hour Helpline: 314-953-8030
Fax: 314-953-8033
Crisis Nursery St. Charles:
315 First Capitol
St. Charles, MO 63301
24-hour Helpline: 636-947-0600
Fax: 636-947-1455 Call before faxing
Crisis Nursery West:
330 S. Fourth Street
St. Charles, MO 63301
24-hour Helpline: 636-940-2504
Crisis Nursery Wentzville:
700 Medical Drive
Wentzville, MO 63385
24-Hour Helpline: 636-887-3070
Site: http://crisisnurserykids.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: During the stay at the
Crisis Nursery, each child receives:
 24 hour care by trained, loving staff and
volunteers -Provide individual attention to
children who are coming from a stressful
environment and need 24-hour care.
 A medical exam by a physician- Detect
previously undiagnosed or untreated medical
problems.
 A developmental assessment -Targets
children from 6 months to 6 years, helping
to identify any developmental delays.
 Therapeutic activities developed for each
child's specific situation and needs -Helps
children who are dealing with life-altering
situations (i.e., death of a family member,
homelessness, witnessing abuse/death,
divorce, new sibling, etc.).
 Art activities -Help children with selfexpression and are used as therapeutic tools
to assist children in dealing with traumatic
situations.
 Any needed medication (i.e., whether
prescribed by a physician, or over-thecounter medications) -Help restore the
health of children who have previously
untreated illnesses. .
 3 well-balanced meals and 3 snacks each
day -Ensure that the children get proper
nutrition while at the Nursery.
In addition, each family receives:
 24-Hour Helpline- where families receive
immediate crisis counseling; helpful
referrals specific to the family's needs.
 Parent Education- Staff are knowledgeable
on child development and talk with parents
about parenting issues, such as positive
discipline techniques which are modeled for
and shared with the parents.
 Follow-up support services - Each family
who utilizes our services will receive
follow-up counseling, which many times last
eight weeks or longer. In addition, parents
are eligible to attend the Crisis Nursery's
Parent Empowerment Groups, which
focus on building parenting skills, selfconfidence, self-esteem and encouraging the
development of support networks.
 Families who are at a greater risk are
provided Home Visits, which provide
intensive home-based counseling and
support services.
PERSONS SERVED: Children ages birth to 10
years from families in crisis. The average stay is
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72 hours. Fee: None, but cash donations
accepted.
AREA SERVED: They will provide services
for anyone who can provide their own
transportation to designated site.
ST. LOUIS EFFORT FOR AIDS
1027 S. Vandeventer, Ste 700
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: 314-645-6451
Fax: 314-645-6502
Site: http://www.stlefa.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Prevention education,
care referral, case management, free testing by
appointment and a variety of support programs.
Our mission is to provide education on the
prevention of HIV/AIDS and comprehensive
support services for individuals affected by the
disease.
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR
ADVANCED DENTAL EDUCATION
(CADE)
3320 Rutger Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-977-8363
Site: http://cade.slu.edu/
The mission of the Center for Advanced Dental
Education is to achieve the highest level of
excellence in dental education, scholarship, and
patient care according to the scope of the dental
specialties of endodontics, orthodontics, and
periodontics.
SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME
(SIDS) RESOURCES, INC.
1120 South Sixth Street, Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63104
Phone: 314-822-2323
Fax: 314-588-0850
Toll Free: 800-421-3511
Site: http://www.sidsresources.org/
SIDS services include:
 Crisis Intervention
 Resources
 Transportation Services
 Health Services
11140 South Town Square, Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63123
Phone: 314-845-3900
Fax: 314-845-3901
Camp Office: Sunnyhill Camp
6555 Sunlit Way
Dittmer, MO 63023
Phone: 636-274-9044
Fax: 636-285-1305
Site: http://www.sunnyhilladventures.org
SERVICES OFFERED: Residential living
services for individuals with mental retardation.
Residential camp program for children with or
without disabilities and for children with mental
retardation. A summer day camp program for
children is also offered. Those programs are
located in Dittmer, MO. Some supported living
arrangements are available.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN
FAMILIES (SSVF), ST. PATRICK CENTER
130 Brandon Wallace Way
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 314-755-5383 for Jefferson and St.
Francois counties
314-817-4638 for Lincoln, Warren and St.
Charles counties
314-315-5802 for Franklin and Washington
counties
Fax: 636-931-4863
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.stpatrickcenter.org/ourprograms/supportive-services-for-veteranfamilies/
SERVICES OFFERED: SSVF is a Veterans
Administration (VA) funded, short-term housing
assistance program for veterans or a veteran
family member in the same household who is
homeless or in jeopardy of losing housing.
SSVF includes case management services to
help veteran families maintain housing once
they have exited the program. We are currently
serving the Missouri counties of Lincoln,
Warren, St. Charles, Franklin, Jefferson
Washington and St. Francois.
SUNNYHILL, INC.
Administrative Office
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SURVIVORS OF INCEST ANONYMOUS
P.O. Box 16684
St. Louis, MO 63105
Phone: 314-995-1901
Meeting dates: Sundays, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Meeting place: Call 525-7200 for information.
(Unity-Hyland Behavioral Health at St.
Anthony's)
Meeting dates: Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
Meeting place: Call 441-7300 for information.
TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY (TOPS)
Site: http://www.tops.org
Coordinator: Donna Karns 636-250-3004
SERVICES OFFERED: Encourage healthy
lifestyles through weight-management support
groups and to sponsor obesity research.
Arnold Church Of Christ (TOPS #MO 0178)
2267 Scott Drive
Arnold, MO 63010-2103
Thur: 6:00/7:00 PM (weigh-in/meeting times)
Fenton Church Of Christ (TOPS #MO 0698)
212 Main Street
Fenton, MO 63026
Thur: 6:00/6:30 PM (weigh-in/meeting times)
Festus Public Library (TOPS #MO 1122)
400 W Main St
Festus, MO 63028-1844
Wed: 6:00/6:30 PM (weigh-in/meeting times)
Mercy Hospital Jefferson (TOPS #MO 0903)
1400 Highway 61, Classroom B
Crystal City, MO 63019
Thur: 5:00/6:00 PM (weigh-in/meeting times)
St Martin's United Church Of Christ (TOPS
#MO 1265)
7890 Dittmer Ridge Rd
New Basement Classroom
Dittmer, MO 63023-1112
Tues: 6:00/6:30 PM (weigh-in/meeting times)
TEEN CHALLENGE OF ST. LOUIS
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 213
Physical Address: 2650 Appletree Acres Lane
High Ridge, MO 63049
Phone: 636-677-1776
Fax: 636-677-5716 (call before faxing)
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://teenchallengestl.com/
SERVICES OFFERED: Residential facility that
provides shelter, education, and limited job
training to men, 18 to 30, who have had drug
and alcohol problems. Fee: $450.00 ($100.00
application fee and $350.00 one-time induction).
TOASTMASTERS
Meetings - Jefferson College – Arnold Campus
1687 Missouri State Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-6378
Site: http://www.toastmasters.org/
Club Status: Open to all
Meets second and fourth Thursdays at 7:00 p.m.
TURNER CENTER FOR THE ARTS (TCA)
7190 Manchester Road
Maplewood, MO 63143
Phone: 314-781-4440
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.turnercenterforthearts.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Art classes (for groups
or individuals) for individuals with or without
disabilities. Volunteers are needed.
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY
HEARTLAND
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Heartland
13975 Manchester Road
Manchester, MO 63011
Phone: 636-227-6030
Toll Free: 800-664-5025
Site: http://www.ucpheartland.org/
SERVICES OFFERED:
St. Louis Adult Services
 Adult Day Services
 Employment Collaborative
 Employment Resources
 Residential Program
St. Louis Children Services
 After School Care
 Summer Day Camp
St. Louis Family Services
 In Home Supports
 Residential Service
UNITED WAY OF GREATER ST. LOUIS
910 North 11th Street
St. Louis, MO 63101-1018
Phone: 314-421-0700
Toll Free: 800-427-4626
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Site: http://www.stl.unitedway.org
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Mon through Fri
AREA SERVED: Bi-State Metropolitan Area
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides communitywide fund raising for nearly 200 health and
human service agencies throughout a 16
county area in Missouri and Illinois. They
raise funds, mobilize volunteers, help to
strengthen agencies, identify critical and unmet
needs in the community and help to build
collaborations with the public and private
sector to meet those needs. Provides sound
management practices by volunteer experts to
St. Louis area non-profit organizations
including consultation, leadership,
development program, board bank, resource
library, publications, seminars and workshops.
Provides central clearinghouse of volunteer
opportunities. Assist agencies with their
volunteer programs by providing information
on training, recruiting, recognizing, managing
volunteers.
2-1-1 is a fast, free and confidential way to get
help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It's available throughout the state of Missouri
and to Illinois residents of St. Clair, Clinton,
Randolph, Monroe, Madison, Jersey, Greene,
Calhoun or Macoupin counties. Three-digit
dialing is available from all landlines in these
areas, as well as AT&T/Cingular cell phones.
Other cell phone companies are being added.
You can also reach the 2-1-1 call center by
dialing (800) 427-4626. You can also access
our database and find more information at
http://www.211helps.org/.
GIFT-N-KIND: Links companies with goods to
donate to not-for-profit organization (501(c) 3 or
equivalent) that needs those goods. They might
include office furniture and equipment; shelter
supplies such as beds, chairs, linen, utensils;
program material such as sports or camping
equipment and miscellaneous items such as
vehicles, toys, gardening supplies, etc.
Each year, more than 10,000 families in need
receive help from the 100 Neediest Cases
program. An effort is made to assist every case
in some way.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXTENSION
– JEFFERSON COUNTY
301 Third Street
P.O. Box 497
Hillsboro, MO 63050
Phone: 636-797-5391
Fax: 636-797-9074
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Site:
http://www.extension.missouri.edu/jefferson
SERVICES OFFERED: University Extension is
the joint state wide educational outreach effort
of the five campuses of the University System
and Lincoln University in Jefferson City.
University Extension faculty brings the
resources of the University System to Jefferson
County through education programming and
projects in an effort to meet the needs and
aspirations of the citizens. Specialists are
available by referral through Missouri
Extension. Serves residents of Jefferson
County. Offers 4-H youth programs which
helps young people prepare to be future leaders.
Soil Testing and Plant Diagnostic Services
Crop producers, commercial horticultural
growers and home gardeners can receive
diagnoses for plant diseases or pest infestations,
and have soil analyzed. Soil testing provides
analysis of pH, phosphorus, potassium, calcium,
magnesium, organic matter percent,
neutralizable acidity, cation exchange capacity
and effective neutralizing material (EMN).
Customers will receive recommendations for
nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and liming (or
acidifying). Tests for nitrate, boron, zinc, sulfur,
iron, manganese and copper also are available at
additional cost. Regional specialists also can
assist you with additional information and
recommendations.
 Plant Diagnostic Clinic The MU Plant
Diagnostic Clinic identifies insects,
diseases and weeds, and provides
management solutions for these
problems.
 Plant Nematology Laboratory This
laboratory examines soil and plant
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samples qualitatively and quantitatively
for the presence of plant parasitic
nematodes. Recommendations are
provided for management strategies to
reduce the effect of nematodes on plant
growth and yield.
 Soil and Plant Testing Laboratory The
MU Soil and Plant Testing Laboratory
provides fertilizer recommendations
based on soil or plant analysis to
farmers, home owners, vegetable and
fruit growers, golf course
superintendents, and lawn and landscape
specialists.
Family Nutrition Education Program
The Family Nutrition Education Program helps
limited-resource families and individuals
improve their health and fitness. Education
focuses on teaching healthier eating habits,
understanding of food safety and better
management of food dollars. FNEP is available
to individuals, groups and school at no cost.
Contact us for more information on FNEP.
MU Direct: Continuing and Distance
Education
MU Direct: Continuing and Distance Education
offers online degrees in education, journalism
and several health-care fields, including nursing,
management, informatics and respiratory
therapy. These are available to students across
Missouri and beyond. Mid-Missourians can
pursue a bachelor of general studies or master of
public administration by attending MU In The
Evening classes.
Canner Gauge Tests
Bring your dial-type pressure canner lid to
extension center for testing and examination.
Dial-type gauges should be tested annually to
ensure accuracy and prevent bacterial
contamination of preserved foods. (Testing is
not necessary for weighted gauges.) Testing is
offered for a nominal fee.
University Extension is the joint state wide
educational outreach effort of the five campuses
of the University System and Lincoln University
in Jefferson City. University Extension faculty
brings the resources of the University System to
Jefferson County through education
programming and projects in an effort to meet
the needs and aspirations of the citizens.
Specialist’s available by referral through
Missouri Extension. Serves residents of
Jefferson County.
Agricultural Programming: provides
information on crop and livestock production,
horticulture, law care, farm financial
management, and alternative crops. Information
is also available on a wide range of
environmental and natural resource topics such
as water quality, waste management, and soil
erosion. Conferences, short courses,
newsletters, and personal contacts are methods
used to disseminate information.
Business and Workforce: provides counseling,
coordinating and teaching business related
courses and seminars to help educate business
owners and their staff. Emphasis is to make
individuals and organizations more productive
and better able to meet the challenges in today’s
business world.
Children and Teens: Whether you're interested
in the normal growth and development of your
baby or tips for parenting a teen, University of
Missouri Extension connects you to the latest
research and best practices.
Community Development Specialist:
available to assist citizens in collecting and
analyzing information vital to decision making,
selecting and implementing a desired course of
action, and identifying and using appropriate
resources. Community Development Specialist
teaches problem solving and decision making
processes; helps create needed organization.
Specific Functions; links groups w/ similar
interests and goals and helps obtain needed
information and resources.
Environmental Quality: Protect the air we
breathe, the food we eat and water we drink.
University of Missouri Extension helps you
apply research to real-world problems.
Family Life: Balance the responsibilities of
everyday living with research-based programs
and information from University of Missouri
Extension for people, professionals and
communities.
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Home and Garden: provides information
relating to consumer education, food and
nutrition, housing and human development
through seminars, workshops, and non-credit
courses, publication, newsletters, and personal
contacts. Home Economics programming
includes the Jefferson County Family and
Community Education in which all persons have
the opportunity to gain knowledge of Home,
Family Community, and World.
Nutrition and Health: Nutrition curriculum for
pregnant and parenting teens. The goals are to
provide practical nutrition and wellness
information to adolescent mothers.
VETERAN’S OF FOREIGN WARS
National Headquarters
406 West 34th Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Phone: 816-756-3390
Fax: 816-968-1149
VFW POST 2593
1540 Big Bill Road
Arnold, MO 63010
Phone: 636-296-2611
Big River VFW
P.O. Box 184
Cedar Hill, MO 63016
Phone: 636-285-5509
VFW POST 1831
P.O. Box 191
De Soto, MO 63020
Phone: 636-586-9271
VFW POST 3777
900 VFW Dr.
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-937-5400
Site: http://www.vfw.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Mentoring youth
groups, helping in community food kitchens,
volunteering in blood drives and visiting
hospitalized veterans. Others are helping
veterans file compensation claims or are
"voicing their vote" with elected officials.
VICTIM SERVICE DIVISION-ST. LOUIS
CO. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY’S OFC.
7900 Carondelet
Clayton, MO 63105
Phone: 314-615-4872
Site:
http://www.stlouiscopa.com/Divisions.aspx?ID=
155
Hours: 8:30 - 5:00 p.m., Mon through Fri
SERVICES OFFERED: Emotional support,
information and referral, emergency assistance,
state-victim compensation assistance,
information on police and court procedures,
advocacy, community education, and volunteer
training program.
VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER ST. LOUIS
9450 Manchester Rd, Suite 206
St. Louis, MO 63119
Phone: 314-918-7171
Toll Free: 800-392-4740
Fax: 314-918-8053
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.vnastl.com
AREAS SERVED: City of St. Louis and the
counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, and Jefferson.
Fee: Services are provided for under -Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross, private
insurance, private pay; United Way money is
also available. Admission Policy: Accepts all
referrals for patients with a terminal illness,
seeking palliative care.
SERVICES OFFERED: Under the direction of
a physician, Visiting Nurses Association
provides RNs, LPNs, nurse’s aides, physical
therapists, medical social workers and dietitians.
Most requested services include dressings,
injections, diabetic teaching, baths, personal
care, muscle retraining, exercises to increase
hearing and speech abilities, adapting diets to
the home situation, securing financial aid and
other community resources. Also, provides
specialized IV therapy, respirator care, hospice
and Medicare certified Hospice Program,
durable medical equipment, head injury
rehabilitation and wellness program.
SERVICES OFFERED: Hospice is a
philosophy of care and a program of support
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services for terminally ill patients and their
families. The Visiting Nurse Association
Community Hospice contributes to this approach
with a team of health professionals. General
services include: Nursing care, Social Service,
Home Health Aide, Physical Therapy, Speech
Therapy, Enterostomal Therapy, Nutrition
Counseling, Durable Medical Equipment,
Volunteer support. Additional Services
Available to Medicare Certified Hospice
Participants Include: Spiritual counseling,
bereavement support, short-term respite care,
medicines, additional equipment, medical
supplies, homemaker services, short-term
inpatient care for pain management and
continuous care at home on a limited basis.
Case Management Consultants is an innovative
company that has been providing services since
1987. Our clients include employers who selffund their employee’s healthcare. Our company
focuses on providing case management services
for complex and chronic disease cases. Services
Offered:
 Screening of all referred cases to identify
patients at risk.
 Development of individual plans of care that
help monitor, educate and coordinate progress
of medical treatment as patients move
through the continuum of care.
 Promote efficient use of employee benefits by
implementing realistic cost containment
strategies.
 Utilization management services to pre
authorize and certify inpatient and outpatient
services.
 Use of a predictive modeling software
program to proactively identify high dollar
and high-risk cases.
 Educate companies regarding progressive
healthcare advances in order to assist them in
making decisions regarding healthcare benefit
plan design.
WIDOWED SUPPORT GROUP
Chapel Hill Mortuary’s Widowed support group
meets at the Northwest Branch of the Jefferson
County Public Library the third Tuesday of each
month at 7:00 p.m. Phone: 636-274-4100.
WOLFNER TALKING BOOK AND
BRAILLE LIBRARY
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 387
600 West Main
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0387
Phone: 573-751-8720
Toll Free: 800-392-2614
TDD: 800-347-1379
Fax: 573-526-2985
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site: http://www.sos.mo.gov/wolfner/
SERVICES OFFERED: Free library service to
anyone in the State of Missouri who is unable to
use standard print materials due to a visual or
physical disability. The library collection
consists of more than 360,000 volumes of books
in non-print formats (braille and cassette) on a
broad range of fiction and non-fiction subjects,
for all ages. The library loans playback
machines to those using the recorded materials.
Over seventy (70) magazine subscriptions are
also available. Books and magazines are mailed
free to and from library patrons, wherever they
reside. There is no charge, whatsoever, to the
patron.
WOMAN’S PLACE
7372 Marietta Avenue
Maplewood, MO 63143
24-hour crisis hotline: 314-531-2003 or 1-800799-7233
Office: 314-645-4848
Site: http://www.womansplacestl.org/
Office hours: Monday–Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
SERVICES OFFERED: Besides offering
hospitality and safety, they help find the
resources you need to chart a new and healthier
life for themselves and their children.
WOMEN IN CHARGE
1483 82nd Blvd.
University City, MO 63132
Phone: 314-432-7300
Fax: 314-721-2804
Site: http://womenincharge.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Computer training,
individual and group counseling, career
development, job search, and GED preparation.
Programs are free of charge. A free on-site
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children’s program is available to participants.
September through May, hours are: Monday
through Thursday from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM.
Summer hours are: Monday through Thursday
from 9:00 AM to 12:00PM.
WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE, THE
P.O. Box 63010
St. Louis, MO 63163
Phone: 314-772-4535 (24 hour hotline)
Site: http://www.twsh.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Provides a 24-hour
hotline, shelter for battered women and
dependents (boys up to age 17), individual and
group advocacy, information, and referrals. In
addition to a safe place to stay, we supply food,
clothing and personal hygiene products.
Continued support groups, along with referrals
for employment, child care, education, legal
assistance and housing help put victims back on
their feet. We offer one of the few residential
programs that accepts male children 12-17 years
old. The Children's Discovery Room and
Resource Center are cheerful and nurturing
environments where children can play or take
part in a variety of structured activities.
Child/Parent Advocates work one-on-one and in
groups with children to help each child reach his
or her potential by building self-esteem and
encouraging respect of themselves and others.
The Outreach/Aftercare Program provides
continued advocacy, support and case
management to those who have left our
Residential Services Program. We provide
assistance with employment, housing,
transportation and education. We also furnish
homes with items donated to The Women's Safe
House and provide contact information for
employment, childcare, housing, utilities and
government services.
WYMAN EXPERIENCE
600 Kiwanis Drive
Eureka, MO 63025
Phone: 636-938-5245
Fax: 636-938-5289
Site: http://experiencewyman.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Resident summer camp
for ages eight to sixteen based on private
application or social agency referrals. Year
round activities including retreats, conferences
and camping for all ages. Customized
adventure-based programs: Team courses, high
rope courses, caving and wilderness trails.
YMCA, GATEWAY REGION
1303 YMCA Drive
Festus, MO 63028
Phone: 636-931-9622
Fax: 636-937-8764
Email: mailto:[email protected]
Site:
http://www.gwrymca.org/locations/jeffersoncounty-family-ymca
SERVICES OFFERED: Programs and services
that focus on Youth Development, Healthy
Living and Social Responsibility. From athletics
to academics, the Y offers a great variety of
activities that help individuals of all ages and
abilities grow strong in mind, body and spirit.
The Y is committed to ensuring that every one –
regardless of inability to pay – can enjoy the Y.
Amenities
Adult Locker Rooms, Basketball Courts, Cardio
Equipment, Child Watch, Free Weights, Group
Cycling, Gymnasium, Indoor Track, Lap Lanes,
Lap Pool, Meeting Rooms, Strength Equipment
and Volleyball Courts
Building Hours
Monday - Friday 4:00 am - 10 pm
Saturday 7 am - 6 pm; Sunday 11 am - 6 pm
Program areas close 15 minutes before building
closes.
As a Full or Metro member of the Jefferson
County Family YMCA, you’re entitled to the
following benefits:
 unlimited access to the entire facility
 free basic land-based fitness classes
 free cycling classes
 free yoga classes
 free program brochures mailed to your
home
 free towel service
 free fitness orientation (within 30 days
of joining)
 free Kid Zone
 free Family Fun Nights
 free Branch Link Member Newsletter
 lowest class and program rates
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early class and program registration
open gym time
open swim time
unlimited guest passes
lowest rate for personal training
member rates on School Age Child Care
lowest rates at YMCA of the
Ozarks/Camp Lakewood
 A.W.A.Y. privileges (Always Welcome
At YMCA’s). Use your YMCA card at
more than 2,000 YMCA’s nationwide.
Guest fees and privileges may vary.
Membership Types
A metro membership offers access to all 20
branches within the St. Louis Association - so
you can use our indoor water slides, early
childhood centers, climbing walls and theater at
the lowest rates.
A full membership offers access to the facility
where you signed up as a member.
YOUTH CRISIS HOTLINE
Phone: 800-HIT-HOME (800-448-4663)
SERVICES OFFERED: Relays messages to
parents of runaways. Provides information on
shelter and food for the runaway in the area
where they are located.
YOUTH IN NEED, INC. (Y.I.N.)
Administration Office:
1815 Boone’s Lick Road
St. Charles, MO 63301
Phone: 636-946-3771 (Shelter Hotline) Collect
calls accepted
Office: 636-946-5600
Site: http://www.youthinneed.org/
SERVICES OFFERED: Residential homes,
foster care case management, homeless
outreach, counseling and support groups,
education and infant, child and family
development at more than 25 sites, spanning
100-miles, in six counties in eastern Missouri.
Crisis Hotline for youth and families, emergency
shelter for youth ages 10 to 18, long-term group
home for adolescent girls.
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RESOURCE INDEX
Adoption/Placement
Adoption Exchange...................................................................................................... 9
Birthright International ................................................................................................ 17
Catholic Family Services ........................................................................................... 19
Children's Home Society of Missouri ......................................................................... 21
Love Basket, Inc. ....................................................................................................... 64
Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri ................................................ 65
Missouri Baptist Children's Home .............................................................................. 68
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Nurses for Newborns Foundation .............................................................................. 78
Our Lady's Inn ........................................................................................................... 81
Planned Parenthood .................................................................................................. 82
Pregnancy Resource Centers .................................................................................... 83
Alcohol/Drug Addiction
Al-Anon ........................................................................................................................ 9
Alateen ........................................................................................................................ 9
Alcoholics Anonymous ................................................................................................. 9
Bridgeway Behavioral Health ..................................................................................... 18
Community Services of Missouri, Inc. ........................................................................ 22
Comprehensive Substance Treatment & Rehab (C-STAR) ....................................... 22
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Crossroads Program.................................................................................................. 26
Drug & Alcohol Rehab & Treatment (DART) ............................................................. 38
Gibson Recovery Center, Inc. .................................................................................... 46
Jefferson County P.R.I.D.E. ....................................................................................... 58
Magdala Foundation .................................................................................................. 65
Narcotics Anonymous, Show Me Region................................................................... 75
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse ...................................................... 76
Queen of Peace Center ............................................................................................. 84
Salvation Army Centers ............................................................................................. 86
Teen Challenge of St. Louis ...................................................................................... 95
Animal Shelters and Clinics
Animals Deserving of Proper Treatment (ADOPT) .................................................... 15
Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic ............................................................................... 19
Gateway Pet Guardians............................................................................................. 46
Jefferson County Animal Control Division .................................................................. 56
Open Door Animal Sanctuary .................................................................................... 80
Camps
Annie’s Hope – The Bereavement Center for Kids .................................................... 15
Boy Scouts of America .............................................................................................. 18
Camp Rainbow .......................................................................................................... 19
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri.................................................................................. 46
Sunnyhill, Inc. ............................................................................................................ 94
Turner Center for the Arts (TCA) ............................................................................... 95
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
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Wyman Experience.................................................................................................. 100
Cancer
American Cancer Society .......................................................................................... 14
Barnard Health and Cancer Information Center ........................................................ 16
Ellis Fischell Cancer Center ....................................................................................... 39
Jefferson County Cancer Center ............................................................................... 56
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Breast Cancer Support Group ........................................... 50
Siteman Cancer Center ............................................................................................. 89
SSM Health ............................................................................................................... 92
St. Anthony’s Medical Center .................................................................................... 92
Child Support
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Paternity Testing ........................................................................................................ 82
Counseling
Almost Home ............................................................................................................. 12
Alpha & Omega Christian Counseling Services Inc. .................................................. 12
Another Way Counseling Services, Inc...................................................................... 16
Behavioral Science Institute ...................................................................................... 17
Bridgeway Behavioral Health ..................................................................................... 18
Catholic Family Services ........................................................................................... 19
Central Institute for the Deaf ...................................................................................... 20
Children's Home Society of Missouri ......................................................................... 21
Community Services of Missouri, Inc. ........................................................................ 22
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Counselors ................................................................................................................ 24
Crime Victim Advocacy Center (CVAC) of St. Louis .................................................. 25
Drs & Associates ....................................................................................................... 37
Drug & Alcohol Rehab & Treatment (DART) ............................................................. 38
Family Resource Center ............................................................................................ 40
Gibson Recovery Center, Inc. .................................................................................... 46
Gordon Counseling and Consulting, L.L.C. ............................................................... 46
Great Circle ............................................................................................................... 48
International Institute ................................................................................................. 54
Juvenile Justice Mentoring Program .......................................................................... 61
Kids Under Twenty-One (KUTO) ............................................................................... 61
Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri ................................................ 65
Magdala Foundation .................................................................................................. 65
Mid East Area Agency on Aging ................................................................................ 67
Missouri Baptist Children's Home .............................................................................. 68
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Moving Mountains Counseling, LLC .......................................................................... 75
Our Lady's Inn ........................................................................................................... 81
Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services ............................................................ 83
Provident Counseling, Inc. ......................................................................................... 84
Rockhaven Ecozoic Center ....................................................................................... 85
Safe Connections ...................................................................................................... 85
Salvation Army Church .............................................................................................. 86
Serenity Counseling Services .................................................................................... 89
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Resources, Inc. ........................................... 94
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Women in Charge ...................................................................................................... 99
Credit/Financial
Better Business Bureau ............................................................................................. 17
Clearpoint Financial Solutions ................................................................................... 21
Connections to Success ............................................................................................ 24
Consumer Fraud Hotline............................................................................................ 24
Consumer Information Center ................................................................................... 24
Economic Development Corporation of Jefferson County ......................................... 39
Jefferson County Growth Association ........................................................................ 56
Lutheran Senior Services .......................................................................................... 65
Crisis Intervention
Behavioral Health Response (BHR) .......................................................................... 17
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline ............................................................................... 20
Crime Victim Advocacy Center (CVAC) of St. Louis .................................................. 25
Drug & Alcohol Rehab & Treatment (DART) ............................................................. 38
Epworth Children and Family Services ...................................................................... 40
Great Circle ............................................................................................................... 48
Kathy J. Weinman Shelter ......................................................................................... 61
Kids Under Twenty-One (KUTO) ............................................................................... 61
Legal Advocates for Abused Women ......................................................................... 63
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Presbyterian Children's Homes and Services ............................................................ 83
Rape and Violence End Now (RAVEN) ..................................................................... 84
Safe Families for Children-Greater St. Louis Area ..................................................... 86
St. Louis Crisis Nursery ............................................................................................. 93
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Youth Crisis Hotline ................................................................................................. 101
Youth In Need, Inc. .................................................................................................. 101
Day Care
Child Day Care Association of St. Louis .................................................................... 20
Children's Home Society of Missouri ......................................................................... 21
Comprehensive Substance Treatment & Rehab (C-STAR) ....................................... 22
Day Care Providers ................................................................................................... 26
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Queen of Peace Center ............................................................................................. 84
St. Louis Crisis Nursery ............................................................................................. 93
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Day Programs
Easter Seals Midwest ................................................................................................ 38
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Great Circle ............................................................................................................... 48
Missouri Department of Social Services-Division of Youth Services.......................... 70
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
Pony Bird Inc. ............................................................................................................ 83
SSM Rehabilitation Hospital ...................................................................................... 92
Turner Center for the Arts (TCA) ............................................................................... 95
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
YMCA, Gateway Region .......................................................................................... 100
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Youth In Need, Inc. .................................................................................................. 101
Dental
Elks Lodges ............................................................................................................... 39
Greater St. Louis Dental Society................................................................................ 49
Jefferson County Community Partnership ................................................................. 56
Jefferson County Smiles To Go Mobile Dental Van ................................................... 59
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
South County Health Centers and Medical Services ................................................. 91
St. Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education (CADE) ......................... 94
Diagnostic Services
Bureau of Special Health Care Needs ....................................................................... 18
Center for Hearing and Speech ................................................................................. 20
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Great Circle ............................................................................................................... 48
Knights of Columbus Developmental Center ............................................................. 61
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Stress Evaluations ............................................................. 51
Missouri School for the Blind ..................................................................................... 74
Domestic Violence
Alternative to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE) ............................................... 12
Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline ............................................................................... 20
Children's Advocacy Center of East Central Missouri ................................................ 20
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Developing Options to Violence ................................................................................. 32
Family Resource Center ............................................................................................ 40
Kathy J. Weinman Shelter ......................................................................................... 61
Lydia’s House ............................................................................................................ 65
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Orders of Protection for Abused Adults and Children ................................................ 80
Rape and Violence End Now (RAVEN) ..................................................................... 84
Safe Connections ...................................................................................................... 85
Victim Service Division .............................................................................................. 98
Woman’s Place .......................................................................................................... 99
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Educational Services
Boys Hope Girls Hope of St. Louis ............................................................................ 18
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Jefferson College ....................................................................................................... 55
Jefferson County Health Department ......................................................................... 57
Jefferson County P.R.I.D.E. ....................................................................................... 58
Jefferson County Parochial Schools .......................................................................... 86
Jefferson County Private Schools .............................................................................. 87
Jefferson County Public Schools ............................................................................... 87
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Library Listings........................................................................................................... 63
Mapaville State School #2 ......................................................................................... 65
Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri ............................................................... 66
Minds Eye Information Services ................................................................................ 68
Missouri Department of Social Services-Division of Youth Services.......................... 70
Missouri School for the Blind ..................................................................................... 74
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New Day Alternative School ...................................................................................... 76
ParentLink ................................................................................................................. 81
Parents As Teachers Program................................................................................... 82
Pony Bird Inc. ............................................................................................................ 83
St. Louis University Center for Advanced Dental Education (CADE) ......................... 94
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Resources, Inc. ........................................... 94
Teen Challenge of St. Louis ...................................................................................... 95
Turner Center for the Arts (TCA) ............................................................................... 95
University of Missouri Extension – Jefferson County ................................................. 96
Emergency Services
Ambulance Districts ................................................................................................... 13
American Red Cross.................................................................................................. 15
Big River Ministerial Alliance ..................................................................................... 17
De Soto Contact and Food Pantry .................................................................................. 44
Elks Lodges ............................................................................................................... 39
Epworth Children and Family Services ...................................................................... 40
Fire Departments ....................................................................................................... 40
Food Pantries of Jefferson County ............................................................................ 43
Giving Something Back To The Community (GSBTTC) ............................................ 46
Jefferson County 911 Dispatch .................................................................................. 55
Jefferson County Rescue Mission ............................................................................. 59
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Law Enforcement Agencies ....................................................................................... 61
Mercy Hospital Jefferson ........................................................................................... 50
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
New Life Evangelistic Center ..................................................................................... 76
Operation Food Search, Inc. ...................................................................................... 80
Salvation Army Church .............................................................................................. 86
Society of St. Vincent Depaul .................................................................................... 91
St. Anthony’s Medical Center .................................................................................... 92
St. Louis Crisis Nursery ............................................................................................. 93
Victim Service Division .............................................................................................. 98
Employment
Easter Seals Midwest ................................................................................................ 38
International Institute ................................................................................................. 54
Jeffco Subcontracting Inc. (JSI) ................................................................................. 55
MERS/Goodwill Industries ......................................................................................... 67
Missouri Career Center.............................................................................................. 68
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation ........................................................... 73
Missouri Division of Worker's Compensation ............................................................. 73
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
ParaQuad .................................................................................................................. 81
St. Louis ARC ............................................................................................................ 92
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Energy Assistance
Big River Ministerial Alliance ..................................................................................... 17
De Soto Contact and Food Pantry .................................................................................. 44
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Giving Something Back To The Community (GSBTTC) ............................................ 46
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
New Life Evangelistic Center ..................................................................................... 76
Salvation Army Church .............................................................................................. 86
Society of St. Vincent DePaul .................................................................................... 91
Foundation/Associations
Alzheimer's Association ............................................................................................. 12
American Cancer Society .......................................................................................... 14
American Diabetes Association ................................................................................. 14
American Heart Association ...................................................................................... 15
Arnold Historical Society & Museum .......................................................................... 16
Arthritis Foundation.................................................................................................... 16
Asthma and Allergy Foundation ................................................................................. 16
Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis ..................................................... 37
Dream Factory, Inc. ................................................................................................... 37
Easter Seals Midwest ................................................................................................ 38
Economic Development Corporation of Jefferson County ......................................... 39
Elks Lodges ............................................................................................................... 39
Encouraging, Supporting & Promoting Women (ESPW) ........................................... 39
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Jefferson County Community Partnership ................................................................. 56
Jefferson County Growth Association ........................................................................ 56
Jefferson County Historical Society ........................................................................... 57
Jefferson County Military Families Support Network (JCMFSN)................................ 58
Jefferson County Online Information Network (JOIN-N) ............................................ 58
Joni and Friends - Gateway ....................................................................................... 60
League of Women Voters of Missouri ........................................................................ 62
Mothers Against Drunk Driving .................................................................................. 75
Nurses for Newborns Foundation .............................................................................. 78
Safe Families for Children-Greater St. Louis Area ..................................................... 86
Safe Kids St. Louis .................................................................................................... 86
Salvation Army Family and Thrift Store ..................................................................... 86
Small Animal Farm Therapy Association (SAFTA) .................................................... 90
Toastmasters ............................................................................................................. 95
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
United Way of Greater St. Louis ................................................................................ 95
Government
City Government Offices............................................................................................ 47
County Government Offices ...................................................................................... 47
East-West Gateway Council of Governments ............................................................ 38
Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Victim Service Unit .................................... 58
Missouri Assistive Technology ................................................................................... 68
Missouri Department of Corrections – Division of Probation and Parole ................... 68
Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations ............................................. 70
Missouri Department of Mental Health ....................................................................... 70
Missouri Ombudsman ................................................................................................ 73
Missouri Protection and Advocacy Services .............................................................. 74
Missouri State Public Defender (District #23) ............................................................ 75
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Orders of Protection for Abused Adults and Children ................................................ 80
Probate Division......................................................................................................... 83
Small Claims Court .................................................................................................... 90
Social Security Administration ................................................................................... 90
State Government Offices ......................................................................................... 47
Hearing, Vision, Speech
AMEDISYS Home Health of Hillsboro ....................................................................... 14
Center for Eye Care, UMSL College of Optometry .................................................... 19
Center for Hearing and Speech ................................................................................. 20
Central Institute for the Deaf ...................................................................................... 20
Deaf Interlink ............................................................................................................. 31
Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments ....................................... 31
Disability Resource Association (DRA) ...................................................................... 32
Easter Seals Midwest ................................................................................................ 38
Lion's Club International ............................................................................................ 64
Minds Eye Information Services ................................................................................ 68
Missouri Assistive Technology ................................................................................... 68
Missouri First Steps ................................................................................................... 73
Missouri School for the Blind ..................................................................................... 74
Ranken Jordan Hospital ............................................................................................ 84
Rehabilitation Services for the Blind .......................................................................... 85
Relay Missouri ........................................................................................................... 85
SSM Rehabilitation Hospital ...................................................................................... 92
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library ................................................................... 99
Home Health Services
Adapt-Ability, Inc. ......................................................................................................... 9
AMEDISYS Home Health of Hillsboro ....................................................................... 14
Auxi Health ................................................................................................................ 16
Disability Resource Association (DRA) ...................................................................... 32
In-Home Service Providers ........................................................................................ 51
Lutheran Senior Services .......................................................................................... 65
Med-Staff Home Health ............................................................................................. 66
Memory Care Home Solutions ................................................................................... 66
Mid East Area Agency on Aging ................................................................................ 67
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services ..................................................... 69
Nurses for Newborns Foundation .............................................................................. 78
SSM Rehabilitation Hospital ...................................................................................... 92
Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis ......................................................... 98
Housing
Comprehensive Substance Treatment & Rehab (C-STAR) ....................................... 22
Habitat for Humanity – Jefferson County ................................................................... 50
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Missouri................................................. 51
International Institute ................................................................................................. 54
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Legal Services
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) ............................................................. 25
Crime Victim's Compensation Program ..................................................................... 26
Lawyer Referral & Information Services .................................................................... 62
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Legal Advocates for Abused Women......................................................................... 63
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri Inc. ..................................................................... 63
Mid East Area Agency on Aging ................................................................................ 67
Missouri Protection and Advocacy Services .............................................................. 74
Victim Service Division .............................................................................................. 98
Medical
Bureau of Special Health Care Needs ....................................................................... 18
De Soto Family Practice ............................................................................................ 32
Ellis Fischell Cancer Center....................................................................................... 39
Jefferson County Cancer Center ............................................................................... 56
Jefferson County Health Department ......................................................................... 57
Mercy Hospital Jefferson ........................................................................................... 50
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services/Tel-Link ....................................... 69
Missouri Department of Insurance ............................................................................. 69
Missouri Department of Social Services – MO HealthNet.......................................... 71
Missouri Division of Worker's Compensation ............................................................. 73
Missouri Poison Center.............................................................................................. 74
Nurses for Newborns Foundation .............................................................................. 78
Our Lady's Inn ........................................................................................................... 81
Paternity Testing ........................................................................................................ 82
Planned Parenthood .................................................................................................. 82
Pregnancy Resource Centers .................................................................................... 83
Ranken Jordan Hospital ............................................................................................ 84
Soulard Family Health Center .................................................................................... 91
South County Health Centers and Medical Services ................................................. 91
SSM Health ............................................................................................................... 92
SSM Rehabilitation Hospital ...................................................................................... 92
St. Anthony’s Medical Center .................................................................................... 92
Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis ......................................................... 98
Mental Health
Behavioral Health Response (BHR) .......................................................................... 17
Brain Injury Association of Missouri, Inc. ................................................................... 18
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Jefferson County Developmental Disabilities Resource Board .................................. 56
Magdala Foundation .................................................................................................. 65
Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri ............................................................... 66
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Behavioral Health Services ............................................... 50
Missouri Department of Mental Health....................................................................... 70
Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation ........................................................... 73
Missouri First Steps ................................................................................................... 73
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
Pony Bird Inc. ............................................................................................................ 83
Probate Division......................................................................................................... 83
St. Louis ARC ............................................................................................................ 92
Pet Food Pantries
Advocates 4 Animals Pet Food Pantry ........................................................................ 9
Jefferson County Pet Food Pantry ............................................................................. 58
Physical Therapy
Adapt-Ability, Inc. ......................................................................................................... 9
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AMEDISYS Home Health of Hillsboro ....................................................................... 14
Missouri First Steps ................................................................................................... 73
Ranken Jordan Hospital ............................................................................................ 84
Ride On St. Louis....................................................................................................... 85
Small Animal Farm Therapy Association (SAFTA) .................................................... 90
YMCA, Gateway Region .......................................................................................... 100
Pregnancy
Almost Home ............................................................................................................. 12
Birthright International................................................................................................ 17
Children's Home Society of Missouri ......................................................................... 21
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Love Basket, Inc. ....................................................................................................... 64
Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri ................................................ 65
Missouri Baptist Children's Home .............................................................................. 68
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Mother To Mother Telephone Support ....................................................................... 75
Nurses for Newborns Foundation .............................................................................. 78
Our Lady's Inn ........................................................................................................... 81
Planned Parenthood .................................................................................................. 82
Pregnancy Resource Centers .................................................................................... 83
Queen of Peace Center ............................................................................................. 84
Recreation
Boy Scouts of America .............................................................................................. 18
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri.................................................................................. 46
Junior Achievement ................................................................................................... 60
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
Ranken Jordan Hospital ............................................................................................ 84
St. Louis ARC ............................................................................................................ 92
Turner Center for the Arts (TCA) ............................................................................... 95
YMCA, Gateway Region .......................................................................................... 100
Residential
Almost Home ............................................................................................................. 12
Boys Hope Girls Hope of St. Louis ............................................................................ 18
Children's Home Society of Missouri ......................................................................... 21
Covenant House Missouri .......................................................................................... 25
Epworth Children and Family Services ...................................................................... 40
Great Circle ............................................................................................................... 48
Lutheran Senior Services .......................................................................................... 65
Lydia’s House ............................................................................................................ 65
Missouri Baptist Children's Home .............................................................................. 68
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
Nursing Homes .......................................................................................................... 78
Pony Bird Inc. ............................................................................................................ 83
Queen of Peace Center ............................................................................................. 84
Sunnyhill, Inc. ............................................................................................................ 94
Teen Challenge of St. Louis ...................................................................................... 95
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
Youth In Need Inc. ................................................................................................... 101
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Senior Services
Alzheimer's and Related Disorders Support Group ................................................... 12
Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and Memory and Aging Project .................... 13
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)..................................................... 14
Arnold Commission on Aging and Disabilities ........................................................... 16
CLAIM Missouri ......................................................................................................... 21
Easter Seals Midwest ................................................................................................ 38
Jefferson County Health Department ......................................................................... 57
Legal Services of Eastern Missouri Inc. ..................................................................... 63
Lutheran Senior Services .......................................................................................... 65
Med-Staff Home Health ............................................................................................. 66
Memory Care Home Solutions ................................................................................... 66
Mercy Hospital Jefferson VIP Care ............................................................................ 51
Mid East Area Agency on Aging ................................................................................ 67
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services ..................................................... 69
Missouri Department of Social Services-Family Support Division.............................. 71
Nursing Homes .......................................................................................................... 78
Social Security Administration ................................................................................... 90
St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center (SEADCC) ....................................................... 92
United Cerebral Palsy Heartland ............................................................................... 95
Shelters
Epworth Children and Family Services ...................................................................... 40
Jefferson County Rescue Mission ............................................................................. 59
Kathy J. Weinman Shelter ......................................................................................... 61
Missouri Baptist Children's Home .............................................................................. 68
New Life Evangelistic Center ..................................................................................... 76
Our Lady's Inn ........................................................................................................... 81
Salvation Army Church .............................................................................................. 86
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Youth In Need, Inc. .................................................................................................. 101
Support Groups
Aktion Club .................................................................................................................. 9
Al-Anon ........................................................................................................................ 9
Alateen ........................................................................................................................ 9
Alcoholics Anonymous ................................................................................................. 9
Alternative to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE) ............................................... 12
Alzheimer's and Related Disorders Support Group ................................................... 12
Alzheimer's Association ............................................................................................. 12
Annie’s Hope – The Bereavement Center for Kids .................................................... 15
Bereaved Parents Support Group.............................................................................. 17
Bereavement Support Group ..................................................................................... 17
Brain Injury Association of Missouri, Inc. ................................................................... 18
Co-Dependents Anonymous, St. Louis Area ............................................................. 21
COMTREA ................................................................................................................. 22
Crossroads Program.................................................................................................. 26
Depression and Bi-Polar Support Alliance (DBSA) .................................................... 31
Disability Resource Association (DRA) ...................................................................... 32
Encouraging, Supporting & Promoting Women (ESPW) ........................................... 39
Gamblers Anonymous ............................................................................................... 45
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Get Healthy De Soto .................................................................................................. 46
Heaven Born .............................................................................................................. 50
Jefferson County Methamphetamine Action Coalition ............................................... 58
Joni and Friends - Gateway ....................................................................................... 60
La Leche League of Greater St. Louis ....................................................................... 61
Lupus Support ........................................................................................................... 65
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Better Breathers ................................................................ 50
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Breast Cancer Support Group ........................................... 50
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Breast Feeding Classes .................................................... 50
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Cardiopulmonary Rehab .......................................................... 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Childbirth Classes ............................................................. 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Dial-A-Doc ......................................................................... 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Grief Support ..................................................................... 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Hospice Support Group ..................................................... 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson New Vision ........................................................................ 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Sibling Classes .................................................................. 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Speakers Bureau ............................................................... 51
Mercy Hospital Jefferson Survivors Supporting Survivors ......................................... 51
Missouri Families for Effective Autism Treatment (MO-FEAT) .................................. 73
Missouri Parents ACT (MPACT) ................................................................................ 74
Mother To Mother Telephone Support ....................................................................... 75
Mothers Against Drunk Driving .................................................................................. 75
Narcotics Anonymous, Show Me Region................................................................... 75
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ................................................................ 76
Overeaters Anonymous ............................................................................................. 81
ParaQuad .................................................................................................................. 81
Professional Women’s Alliance.................................................................................. 84
St. Louis Effort for Aids .............................................................................................. 94
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Resources, Inc. ........................................... 94
Survivors of Incest Anonymous ................................................................................. 95
Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) ............................................................................ 95
Widowed Support Group ........................................................................................... 99
Woman’s Place .......................................................................................................... 99
Women in Charge ...................................................................................................... 99
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
Transportation
AAA ........................................................................................................................... 14
Disability Resource Association (DRA) ...................................................................... 32
JC Transit .................................................................................................................. 54
JeffCo Express .......................................................................................................... 54
Jefferson County Community Partnership ................................................................. 56
Jefferson County Developmental Disabilities Resource Board .................................. 56
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
LogistiCare ................................................................................................................ 64
Mid East Area Agency on Aging ................................................................................ 67
Mullanphy Traveler's Aid............................................................................................ 75
OATS Transportation ................................................................................................. 80
RideFinders ............................................................................................................... 85
Women's Safe House .............................................................................................. 100
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Veterans
American Legion, Jefferson County ........................................................................... 15
Jefferson County Military Families Support Network (JCMFSN)................................ 58
Missouri Department of Public Safety - Veterans Commission .................................. 70
Social Security Administration ................................................................................... 90
Supportive Services For Veteran Families (SSVF), St. Patrick Center ...................... 94
Veteran's of Foreign Wars ......................................................................................... 98
Volunteers
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri ............................................................. 17
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) ............................................................. 25
Endangered Wolf Center ........................................................................................... 40
Giving Something Back To The Community (GSBTTC) ............................................ 46
Habitat for Humanity – Jefferson County ................................................................... 50
Jefferson County Community Partnership ................................................................. 56
Jefferson County Online Information Network (JOIN-N) ............................................ 58
Jefferson County P.R.I.D.E. ....................................................................................... 58
Jefferson County Rescue Mission ............................................................................. 59
Jefferson Franklin Community Action Corp. (JFCAC)................................................ 60
Junior Achievement ................................................................................................... 60
Juvenile Justice Mentoring Program .......................................................................... 61
Lion's Club International ............................................................................................ 64
Mothers Against Drunk Driving .................................................................................. 75
NextStep for Life ........................................................................................................ 77
Salvation Army Family and Thrift Store ..................................................................... 86
Small Animal Farm Therapy Association (SAFTA) .................................................... 90
Society of St. Vincent DePaul .................................................................................... 91
Turner Center for the Arts (TCA) ............................................................................... 95
United Way of Greater St. Louis ................................................................................ 95
Warming Centers
Arnold Senior Center ................................................................................................. 67
De Soto Senior Center............................................................................................... 67
Festus Public Library ................................................................................................. 63
Fire Departments ....................................................................................................... 40
Jefferson County Health Department ......................................................................... 57
Jefferson County Rescue Mission ............................................................................. 59
Joachim Plattin Ambulance District............................................................................ 13
North Jefferson County Ambulance District ............................................................... 13
Northwest Jefferson County Senior Center ............................................................... 68
Quad Cities Senior Center ......................................................................................... 67
Salvation Army Church .............................................................................................. 86
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