Compass Health Network- Lebanon Office provides the following services: counseling for children and adults; psychiatry for children and adults; psychological assessment/testing for children and adults; adolescent and adult outpatient treatment services.
Lake Regional Clinic provide help for sore throat or fever, chronic conditions (diabetes and high blood pressure), well-child checks, sports physicals, cardiology, and preventative medicine for adults.
Heroes Outreach provides a safe location where veterans can easily discuss issues that they think no one will understand but a fellow veteran. Heroes Outreach has a goal to address and reduce the Veteran suicide rate. This consist of a “sponsor” like program where the veterans will become close and form a bond in order to achieve the goal. They meet Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm.
MMLS hosts a walk-in clinic at the Harry S Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia every Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to 12pm. Veterans are able to stop by the clinic and speak to an attorney regarding their legal issues.
MOCA Head Start is a comprehensive child development program for 3-5 year old from low-income families. Head Start’s services include: nurturing environment that supports the health, growth, and development of the child; parents as partners; teaching positive attitude to children; medical, dental, psychological, and handicapped services at no cost to families.
First Steps is Missouri’s Early Intervention system for infants and toddlers, birth to age 3, who have delayed developmental or diagnosed conditions that are associates with developmental disabilities.
Miller County Extension Center is an extension of University of Missouri. Through statewide offices, publication and web-based services, extension faculty in every county of Missouri continue to carry the benefits of education throughout the entire state.
134 Second Street
Tuscumbia, MO 65082
Parents as Teachers promotes optimal early development, learning, and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. This is done through an evidence-based home visiting model.
Resources and assistance programs for housing, utilities, employment, and more are listed below. Can’t find the resource you need? Contact us to help you connect with the support your family needs.
(Housing, Transportation, Clothing, Employment)
The Children’s Division is responsible for the administration of child welfare services. They work in partnerships with families, communities, the courts and other governmental entities toward ensuring the safety, permanency, and well-being of Missouri children.
A child advocacy center ensures that a child doesn’t have to endure multiple interviews to multiple different organizations. Instead, the child has one interview with an individual that is then reported to the multiple different agencies.
The Family Support Division helps families with food stamps, health care, child care, child support, and other needs. Their mission is to build the capacity of individuals, families, and communities to secure and sustain healthy, safe, and productive lives.
Genesis is a temporary safe shelter for victims of abuse. The first step is to contact Genesis through their 24 hour hotline. The trained professional staff offers information, support, and access to helpful services and resources.
1807 Historic Route 66 West
Waynesville, MO 65583
Crisis Hotline: 573-774-2628 Crisis Text Line: 573-433-4631
Heart to Heart CWM is a safe place for women to go for confidential, non-judgmental listening, comfort and encouragement with loving support. Their services include: free one-on-one para-professional counseling for women, support groups, study groups, and workshops. All of their services are free.
This agency assists victims of child abuse and their non-offending family members as they make their way thought the difficult process of a child abuse investigation. Services are provided to the children free of charge, ages 0 to 18 years. The following is provided: child-friendly environment, forensic medical exams, advocates on behalf of the child, transportation, and much more.
5717 Chapel Drive
Osage Beach, MO 65065
Mid-Missouri Legal Services is committed to achieving full access to justice in civil matters for central Missourians, including: men, women, children, domestic violence survivors, disabled, blind, elderly, rural, urban, and more by providing free legal services.
Eldon’s unemployment career center office provides individuals seeking employment with all the latest tools to find and keep their job. The career center helps with job listing networks, application process, screening, and a place in office to conduct mock interviews, testing, and employment interviews.
USDA Rural Development offers loans, grants, and loan guarantees to help create jobs and support economic development and essential services such as: housing, health care, first responder services and equipment, and water, electric, and communications.
101 Industrial Parkway
Eldon, MO 65026
CADV is a non-profit organization that provides crisis intervention, shelter, advocacy, and support to victims of domestic and sexual violence. Their free and confidential services include: 24 hour hotline, crisis intervention, safe shelter, sexual assault response team, court advocacy, support group, peer support, on-going advocacy, crime victims compensation, and counseling.
Rape and Abuse Crisis Services, Crisis Intervention related to families, domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking, child abuse, child sexual abuse, safe at home registration, and emergency shelter for victims of abuse including counseling for children and adults and outreach counseling.