Office of Minority HealthMissouri Department of Health and Senior ServicesMargaret DonnellyDirectorJeremiah (Jay) NixonGovernorThe Office of Minority Health:Monitors the programs in the Missouri Department of Health and SeniorServices for their impact on improving health equity for African American,Hispanic American, Alaskan/Native American and Asian/Pacific IslanderAmerican populations.Advises the director of the Department of Health and Senior Services onall matters that affect health equity for all Minority populations.The Office of Minority Health is responsible for:Participating in the health education, design and implementation ofculturally sensitive and competent awareness programs that reduce theincidence of disease in Minority populations and increases the knowledgeof available resources.Analyzing federal and state legislation for its impact on the health statusof Minority populations.Developing programs that can attract other public and private funds.Assisting in the design of evidence-based programs and evaluationstargeted specifically toward improving the health status and promotinghealth equity for all Minority populations.Providing necessary health information, data, and staff resources to theMissouri Minority Health Regional Alliances and minority communities.Collaboration with community and professional organizations, communityhealth centers, universities and colleges, and federal, state and localpublic health agencies.The Office of Minority Health supports:Six regional minority health alliances (Northwest, Northeast, Southwest,Southeast, Eastern, and Central).Community-based organizations and activities.Senior services outreach.Education and capacity building seminars and trainings.Faith-based communities and initiatives.Technical and advisory assistance related to minority health issues.Office of Minority HealthP.O. Box 570Jefferson City, MO 65102(800) Missouri Department of Health and Senior ServicesAN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYERServices are provided on a nondiscriminatory basis.Joseph PalmChief

SOUTHWEST MISSOURI MINORITY HEALTH ALLIANCEDIRECTORY OF COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCES2013A Health Resource Guide for Southwest MissouriTogether We Can Make A Difference!The Alliance Serves the Following 21 Counties in Southwest llasHickoryMcDonald St. Clair VernonBatesChristianGreene JasperNewtonPolkStoneTaneyWebster

Community Health ResourcesAbout the Southwest Minority Health AllianceThe Southwest Minority Health Alliance strives to identify and addresshealth & wellness disparities in minority populations of SouthwestMissouri in order to promote the highest quality of life.TABLE OF CONTENTSA-CChild and Youth ServicesCommunity Health Clinics &Federal Health CentersCommunity Action AgenciesD-EDental ProgramsPrioritizes issues of the minoritycommunitySupports community activitiesand organizationsEncourages minority participation in health programsCollaborates with communitypartners on special eventsIdentifies new communityhealth partnersAdvises community groups onContact the AllianceFor more information on theAlliance, contact the MissouriDepartment of Health and SeniorServices, Office of MinorityHealth, 912 Wildwood Drive, P.O.Box 570, Jefferson City, MO65102 (800) 877-3180.Page1468F-GFamily Crisis CentersFamily Services913HHealth DepartmentsHIV/AIDS Services/InformationHospitalsHotlines and Support15192023I-LIndependent Living ProgramsLanguage, Educational &Cultural ProgramsLegal ServicesLibraries (Health Information)25262728M-RMental Health ProgramsNutrition Programs2933S-ZSubstance Abuse TreatmentWomen’s Healthcare Programs3638

CHILD AND YOUTH SERVICESAmbassadors for Children627 N. Glenstone, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 862-3586 ext. 236Services: Provides resources to children who have been abused andneglected; services are for children in foster care or child protectiveservices.Boys and Girls Club add numberswww.bgclubspringfield.orgSpringfield: (417) 869-4111 Services: learning center; big buddy system;tutoring; and book club.Joplin: (417) 623-8072 www.bgcswmo.orgOzarks (Branson, Forsyth, and Reeds Spring): (417) 335-2089www.bgcozarks.orgBoy’s and Girl’s Town of Missouriwww.bgtm.org1212 W. Lombard, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 865-1646 Services:Residential treatment for children ages newborn-21 with emotional andbehavioral problems; Foster care case management; and Emergencyshelter for homeless children.Special Health Care Needs (SHCN) of the Missouri Department ofHealth and Senior Services: provides statewide health care supportservices, including service coordination, for children and adults withdisabilities, chronic illness and birth defects. State and federal fundingsupport SHCN services. To be eligible for SHCN services, individualsmust be a Missouri resident, have a special health care need and meetmedical and financial eligibility when required. There is no fee forapplying for these services. Call toll free : (800) 451-0669 x.php.Burrell Behavioral Health Children’s Programswww.burrellcenter.com1300 Bradford Parkway, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 761-5000 or 24hour Toll-free Crisis Assistance: (800) 494-7355 Services: Programs forchildren and teens experiencing emotional or behavioral healthproblems including counseling, day-treatment, in-home services &hospitalization. Inpatient & outpatient CSTAR*, substance abusetreatment, for adolescents ages 12y -17y 9m. Counties: Christian,Dallas, Greene, Polk, Stone, Taney, & Webster.1

Children’s Miracle Networkwww.childrensmiraclenetwork.org3525 S. National, Suite 203, Springfield MO 65807 (417) 269-5437:serves birth-18years—www.coxhealth.comFreeman Foundation/Children’s Miracle Network for Joplin area: (417)347-6639: serves birth-21years. Services: Provides medical and financialresources to benefit sick and injured children.First Steps of Southwest Annie Baxter Ave, Joplin, MO 64804 (417) 623-3243 or Toll-free:(866) 885-775611370 E. Primrose Suite A, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 886-0404**Services: Coordinated services & assistance to young children with specialneeds and their families such as training, counseling, special instruction/developmental therapy, speech/language therapy, medical &psychological evaluation, occupational therapy, transportation, andassistive technology devices. Birth-3 years. Counties: 1Barry, Barton,Cedar, Dade, Jasper, Lawrence, Macdonald, Newton, St. Clair, &Vernon; 2Christian, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Hickory, Laclede, Ozark,Polk, Stone, Taney, Texas, Webster, and Wright.Heartland Behavioral Health Serviceshttp://heartlandbehavioral.com1500 W. Ashland, Nevada, MO 64772 (417) 667-2666 or Toll-free:(800) 654-9605 Services: Comprehensive inpatient psychiatric servicesfor ages 3-19.Isabel’s Housewww.isabelshouse.org2750 W. Bennett, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 865-2273Services: provides immediate refuge for children ages birth-12 yearswhose families are in crisis.Child Advocacy Centerwww.childadvocacycenter.org1033 E. Walnut, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 831-2327Services: investigation, treatment, and prosecution of child abuse cases.2

Children’s Haven of SW MOwww.childrenshaven-swmo.org701 Picher, Joplin, MO 64801 (417) 782-4453 or Toll Free: (866) 5942836 Services: temporary home to children ages birth-17 years whosefamily is experiencing a crisis.Lakeland Regional Hospitalwww.lakelandchildbehavior.com440 S. Market, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 865-5581 or Toll-free:(800) 432-1210 Services: Psychiatric facility with both children’s andyouth units, residential and short term care. Ages 4-17 years (programdependent).Lost & Found: A Place for Hope Through Grievingwww.lostandfoundozarks.com1006 N. Cedarbrook, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 832-9998Services: Grief support groups for children and their parents or caretakersto cope with a death in the family. Ages pre-school to adult.Make-A-Wish Foundationhttp://mo.wish.orgThe Wish House, 1510 W. Elfindale, Springfield, MO 65807 (417) 8739474 or (800) 937-9474 Services: Grants wishes to children between theages of 2 ½ and 18 who have been diagnosed with life-threateningmedical conditions.Missouri Program for Special Health Care ex.phpToll-free line for statewide information: (800)451-0669 Services: Aprogram of the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services forchildren birth-21 years who meet eligibility guidelines.Missouri Regional Centers for Developmental DisabledA developmental disability is attributable to mental retardation, cerebralpalsy, epilepsy, head injury, autism, or a learning disability related to abrain dysfunction, or any other mental or physical or mental impairmentwhich occurs up to age 22. The Regional Centers are the point of entryfor assessment and specialized case management. Regional Centers arelocated throughout Missouri. Call (888) 549-6635 for Springfield and(888) 549-6635 for Joplin.3

The Kitchenwww.thekitcheninc.org1630 N. Jefferson Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 837-1500Services: GED tutoring, emergency crisis intervention; casemanagement; medical/dental clinic; food pantry; domestic violence, lifeskills, and anger management classes; housing for the homeless;transitional housing; a sanctuary for homeless youth ages 13-20; andemergency shelter through referral.Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.www.pathwaysonline.org1800 Community Drive, Clinton, MO 64735 (660) 885-8131 or 24hour crisis line (800) 833-3915 Services: Counseling; programs andtreatments dealing with substance abuse and mental health; psychiatricrehab; inpatient/outpatient services; and SATOP. Counties: Bates,Benton, Cedar, Dade, Henry, Hickory, St. Clair, and Vernon.RJ Murney at Forest Institutewww.murneyclinic.org1322 S. Campbell, Springfield, MO 65807 (417) 865-8943 Services:For all ages: individual, family, marriage, and group therapy; angermanagement; psychiatric evaluations; parenting and other variouseducational courses.Salvation c.salvationarmy.orgCommunity Center: 1707 W. Chestnut Expressway, Springfield, MO65802 (417) 862-5509 Services: day camp; after school program;disaster services; emergency social services; thrift stores; and transitionalhousing program.Harbor House: 636 N. Boonville, Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 8313371 Services: Classes, counseling, and work experience for menstruggling with addictions.Scott Greening Center for Youth Dependency1315 E. 20th Street, Joplin, MO 64804 (417) 623-1990Services: Adolescent CSTAR* Program; ages 13-17 years.4

Springfield Public Schools Health Services(417) 523-1630 Services: Financial assistance for medical evaluations,physician visits, prescriptions & head lice shampoo, as well as visionexam and/or glasses for students eligible for the Federal Free & Reducedlunch program. Services are provided by school nurse referral*Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitationprogram.COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINICS & FEDERALHEALTH CENTERSAccess Family Carewww.accessfamilycare.orgAdministration for clinics in Anderson, Cassville, & Joplin: 4301Doniphan Drive, Neosho, MO 64850 (417) 451-9450Access Family Care- Anderson927 N. Hwy 71 Business/PO Box 687, Anderson, MO 64831 (417) 845-8300 Services: family practice; pediatrics; OB/GYN.Dental Clinic: (417) 845-2273.Access Family Care Community Health Center4016 Main Street, Cassville, MO 62625 (417) 847-0057Services: Family practice clinic.Access Family Care530 S. Maiden Lane, Joplin, MO 64801 (417)782-6200Services: Preventive and acute primary care; lab work; pediatrics; OB/GYN care, including family planning. Dental Clinic: (417) 782-0080.Citizens Memorial Hospital’s Family Practice Clinic 64810 South Street, Stockton, MO 65785(417) 2765131 or (800) 328-6010 Services: family care, well babyexams, annual physicals, and minor emergencies.Fordland Clinicwww.fordlandclinic.org1059 Barton Drive, Fordland, MO 65652 (417) 767-2273Services: medical and dental services; urgent care; clinical psychologyand counseling; free breast and cervical exams.5

Jordan Valley Community Health Centerwww.jordanvalley.org440 E. Tampa Street, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 831-0150Services: Adolescent health; adult medicine; chronic illness treatment;family medicine; family planning; geriatrics; gynecology; immunization;Internal medicine; laboratory services; mental health services; nutrition;obstetrics; optometry; pediatrics; pregnancy testing; social services;substance abuse screens; transportation; and x-ray. Dental Services arelocated at: Jordan Valley Dental Clinic 618 N. Benton Avenue,Springfield, MO 65806, (417) 831-0150.NowCare ic345 S. Barrett, Nevada, MO 64722 (417) 448-2439NowCare Clinic is the urgent care service offered by Nevada RegionalMedical Center who operates urgent care clinics in Rich Hill andSheldon, as listed below.Nevada Family Medical Clinic900 S. Adams, Nevada, MO 64772 (417) 667-6015 Services: Acuteillness care; well-woman exams; x-rays; lab services; and drug testing.Rich Hill Family Medical icalClinic320 N. 14th Street, Rich Hill, MO 64779 (417) 395-2150 Services:acute illness care, blood pressure checks, immunizations, x-rays, andfamily planning. Counties: Vernon and Bates.Sheldon Family Medical calClinic810 W. Main, Sheldon, MO 64748 (417) 884-5006 Services: acuteillness care, blood pressure checks, immunizations, well-woman exams,and well-child exams. Counties: Vernon and Barton.Stockton Family Clinic clinic.php807 Owen Mill Road, Stockton, MO 65785 (417) 276-5500Services: family care, well baby exams, annual physicals, women’shealth issues; including obstetrics, and minor emergencies.6

COMMUNITY ACTION xThe Community Action Agencies of Missouri assist families living inpoverty so they and their community can thrive. Depending on yourcommunity, services can include assistance with housing, payingutilities bills, homeless sheltering, education, childcare, weatherization,and other things to promote each family to be self-sustaining. Pleasecontact the agency in your area for more details.West Central Missouri Community Action Agencywww.wcmcaa.org106 W. 4th Street, Appleton City,MO 64724 (660) 476-2185Counties: Bates, Benton, Cass,Cedar, Henry, Hickory, Morgan,St. Clair, and Vernon. Services:Economic development;Emergency services; Employmentand training, Energy crisisIntervention; Family planning;Family support; Head Start,Early Head Start, Housing,In-Home Services, Outreach, andWeatherization.Economic Security S. Joplin Avenue, Joplin, MO 64802 (417) 781-0352Counties: Barton, Jasper, McDonald, and Newton. Services: Jobtraining and placement; Energy crisis Intervention; family planning;head start; early head start; Homeless services; housing; outreach;Weatherization; lead reduction services; Earned income credit.Ozark Area Community Action S. Barnes, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 862-4314Counties: Barry, Christian, Dade, Dallas, Greene, Lawrence, Polk, Stone,Taney, and Webster. Services: Job training and placement; Energyassistance; Family planning; Foster Grandparent Head Start; andHousing weatherization.7

DENTAL PROGRAMSDental care is provided at many of Southwest Missouri’s FederallyQualified Health Centers: pages 4-6. For a referral to a private dentistcall: (800) 243-4444. To find a dentist accepting Medicaid for peopleunder age 21, or who are blind, or pregnant or in a nursing home call:(800) 392-2161.Jordan Valley Community Health Centerwww.jordanvalley.orgServices: Jordan Valley Dental Clinic 618 N. Benton Avenue,Springfield, MO 65806, (417) 831-0150.Miles for Smiles1500 N. Oakland Avenue, Bolivar, MO 65613 (417) 328-6334Services: Mobile unit that treats Medicaid and self-paid children 3y-19yin schools and health departments all year round; provides fillings,cleanings, and exams. Counties: Barton, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Greene,Henry, Hickory, Polk, St. Clair, and Vernon.Missouri Elks Dental Care 876-1486Services: Provides mobile dental services for children and adults withdevelopmental disabilities throughout Missouri; Ages 3 years-adult.The Community Dental Clinic701 S. Joplin, Joplin, MO 64801 (417) 624-5500Services: Dental-tooth extraction, cleanings, and sealants for childrenages 4-17years; only for low-income Missouri residents without anytype of insurance. Free cleanings from MSSU if individual meetsrequirements.The Good Samaritan Care Clinic501 W. Hwy 60, Mt. View, MO, 65548 (417) 934-6500Services: provides medical visits and acute care services to uninsuredpatients not eligible for Medicaid/Medicare; also provide dentalextractions by appointment only.8

The Kitchenwww.thekitcheninc.org1630 N. Jefferson, Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 837-1500Services: GED tutoring, emergency crisis intervention; casemanagement; medical/dental clinic; food pantry; domestic violence, lifeskills, and anger management classes; housing for the homeless;transitional housing; a sanctuary for homeless youth ages 13-20; andemergency shelter through referral.Missouri Southern State University Dental Clinicwww.mssu.edu3950 Newman Road, Joplin, MO 64801 (417) 625-9709Services: Dental cleanings and x-rays for a nominal fee; a several weekwait on a list is likely for most appointments. Located in Joplin.Ozarks Technical College Dental Hygiene N. Sherman in Lincoln Hall, 215 B, OTC Springfield Campus (417)447-8835 Services: Provides cleanings, fluoride treatments, x-rays, andexams by a licensed dentist for a nominal fee. Ages 3-adult.The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile: ―The Tooth Truckwww.ronaldmcdonaldhouse.orgVisits the Springfield Public Schools Caring Communities Schools. Also,serves foster children, Boys & Girls Clubs, & Head Start. Services:Dental screening of second and sixth-grade students in the SpringfieldCaring Community schools. Dental care includes x-rays, cleaning andsealing, canals and fillings. Referrals and information can be providedby the school nurse. Children must be Medicaid-eligible or in the freeor reduced school lunch program. For emergencies only: (417)8911238.FAMILY CRISIS PROGRAMSAgape House of Mountain View(800)667-1811Services: shelter; domestic violence crisis intervention; casemanagement; advocacy; support groups; battered men services; andparenting classes. Counties: Carter, Douglas, Howell, Oregon,Reynolds, Shannon, Texas, Webster, and Wright.9

Alternative Opportunities, Inc.www.aoinc.org1111 S. Glenstone, Suite 2-100, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 869-8911Services: not-for-profit organization that provides services to peoplewith disabilities, families and children in crisis, and women and theirchildren with substance abuse problems.American Red Crosswww.redcross-ozarks.org1545 N. West ByPass, Springfield, MO 65803 (866) 206-0256Services: provide relief to victims of disaster; offer educationalpresentations on HIV/AIDS, disaster preparedness, and fire safety.Counties: Barry, Barton, Cedar, Christian, Dade, Dallas, Greene,Hickory, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, Polk, St. Clair, Stone,Taney, Vernon, and Webster.Annie Molini Fitch Family Violence Center1007 S. Second Street, Clinton, MO 64735 (800) 801-7883Services: 24-hour emergency domestic violence shelter in Clinton forwomen and their children only; court advocacy; assistance withtransitional housing, if eligible. Counties: Shelter open to residents of allMissouri counties. Court advocacy program funded for residents ofHenry County only. Transitional housing program—Faith, Inc.—servesHenry County.Child Advocacy Centerwww.childadvocacycenter.org1033 E. Walnut, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 831-2327Services: investigation, treatment, and prosecution of child abuse cases.Children’s Haven of SW Missouriwww.childrenshaven-swmo.org701 Picher, Joplin, MO 64801 (417) 782-4453 Services: temporaryhome to children ages birth-17 years whose family is experiencing crisis.Christian County Domestic Violence Task Force(417) 299-2494Services: shelter; crisis intervention; case management; court advocacy;support groups; and therapy. Counties: Christian and Greene.10

Council on Families in Crisis / Moss House(800)398-4271Services: shelter for women and their children; domestic violence &sexual assault crisis & batterer intervention; case management; courtadvocacy; and support groups. Counties: Barton, Bates, Cedar, Dade,St. Clair, and Vernon.Harmony House, Family Violence Prevention or 24-hour hotline (800)831-6863Services: Emergency shelter and services for victims of domesticviolence; 24 hour crisis intervention; case management; advocacy;children’s programs; community education; support groups; transitionalhousing; and multi-language interpreter. Counties: Southwest Missouriand the surrounding area.Harbor Lights/Christian Associates of Table Rock Lakewww.christian-associates.com13192 State Hwy 13, Kimberling City, MO 65686 (417)739-3200 or24 hour hotline (877)507-7233 Services: women’s domestic violenceshelter; domestic violence and sexual assault crisis intervention; casemanagement; court advocacy; therapy; transitional housing; daycarefacility and child advocate. Counties: Stone and Taney; surroundingcounties welcome if experiencing domestic violence or sexual abuse.Isabel’s Housewww.isabelshouse.org2750 W. Bennett, Springfield, MO 65802 (417)865-2273 Services:immediate refuge for children ages birth-12 years whose families incrisis.Lafayette Housewww.lafayettehouse.orgJoplin Shelter: 1809 S. Connor, Joplin, MO 64804 (417) 782-1772 or(800) 416-1772; Neosho Center: 118 W. Spring Street, Neosho, MO64850 (417) 451-6106 Services: domestic violence and sexual assaultcrisis intervention; social detox center- women only; counseling;counseling for men ONLY through drug court; safe house for womenand children; case management, advocacy; support groups; therapy;residential services; licensed child care; and Spanish translator.Counties: All Southwest Missouri counties for women; drug court onlythrough McDonald and Newton counties.11

Polk County House of 399-6744Services: shelter in Bolivar; domestic violence and sexual assault crisisintervention; case management; legal advocacy; transitional housing;and emergency shelter. Counties: Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory,Greene, and Polk.The Kitchenwww.thekitcheninc.org1630 N. Jefferson, Springfield, MO 65803 (417)837-1500Services: GED tutoring, emergency crisis intervention; casemanagement; medical/dental clinic; food pantry; domestic violence, lifeskills, and anger management classes; housing for the homeless;transitional housing; a sanctuary for homeless youth ages 13-20; andemergency shelter through referral.The Victim N. Boonville Avenue, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 864-7233 or(417)863-7273 Services: provides prevention education to helpcommunity members avoid victimization, and 24-hour crisisintervention to assist victims immediately following trauma, counsellingfor those who have been victimized and support and interfacing withthe police, criminal justice system, and medical personnel. Counties:Southwest Missouri counties.The Victory Mission Victory Mission, 1715 N. Boonville Ave. Springfield, MO65803, P.O. Box 2884, Springfield, MO 65801, (417) 831.6387.Services: Provides families, men, women and youth with emergencyhelp, with transitional and educational services that lead to long-termrehabilitation, restoration and re-entry into society as functional,productive individuals.Webster County Victim Assistance203 E. Jefferson St, Marshfield, MO 65706 (417) 859-7129 or (888)453-5554 Services: All violence, but mainly domestic and sexualviolence intervention; temporary shelter in Marshfield; crisisintervention; case management; court advocacy; peer support/therapyCounties: Webster12

Women Crisis Center of Taney 561-5084 or (866)379-0074 Services: domestic violence andsexual assault crisis intervention; emergency shelter; counseling;advocacy; case management; legal assistance; support groups;transitional housing; and interpreters are available. Counties:Southwest Missouri counties.FAMILY SERVICESThe Department of Social Services coordinates programs that providepublic assistance and access to health care for families. Services:Medical Assistance; MC , TANF; Food Stamps; Refugee Resettlement;Child Support Enforcement; Blind Pension; and Energy Aid.In some counties the Division of Senior and Disability Services is located in the samebuilding as Division of Family Services. Check with your county office if you arelooking for these services.Barry County Department of Social Services208 E. 8th Street, Cassville, MO 65625 (417)847-4761Barton County Department of Social Services501 W. 13th Street, Lamar, MO 64759 (417)682-3531Bates County Department of Social Services4 W. Ohio Street, P.O. Box 32, Butler, MO 64730 (660)679-3174Benton County Department of Social Services1661 Hilltop Drive, P.O. Box 126, Warsaw, MO 65355 (660) 438-7357Cedar County Department of Social Services112 RB Road, P.O. Box 200, Stockton, MO 65785 (417) 276-5113Christian County Department of Social Services4715 N. Towne Centre Drive, Ozark, MO 65721 (417) 581-7511Dade County Department of Social Services105 S. Grand, Greenfield, MO 65661 (417) 637-5326Dallas County Department of Social Services719 N. Ash, Buffalo, MO 65622 (417) 345-765113

Greene County Department of Social Services101 Park Central Square, Springfield, MO 65806 (417) 895-6000Henry County Department of Social Services1661 N. Second, Clinton, MO 64735 (660) 885-5531Hickory County Department of Social Services104 Dallas & Oak Streets, Hermitage, MO 65668 (417) 745-6491Jasper County Department of Social Services601 Commercial, Joplin, MO 64802 (417)629-3050Lawrence County Department of Social Services1419 E. Church Street, Aurora, MO 65605 (417) 678-4138McDonald County Department of Social Services929 N. Bus. Highway 71, Anderson, MO 64831 (417) 845-6951Newton County Department of Social Services201 N. Washington, Neosho, MO 64850 (417) 455-5100Polk County Department of Social Services2110 S. Springfield, Bolivar, MO 65613 (417) 326-6241St. Clair County Department of Social Services285 SE 467 Road, Osceola, MO 64776 (417) 646-8165Stone County Department of Social Services30832 State Highway 413, Galena, MO 65656 (417) 357-6118Taney County Department of Social Services2720 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, Suite D1, Branson, MO 65616(417) 339-0063Vernon County Department of Social Services621 E. Highland Avenue, Suite 1, Nevada, MO 64772 (417) 448-1100Webster County Department of Social Services222 Commercial, P.O. Box 408, Marshfield, MO 65706 (417) 859220814

Robert J. Murney Forest Family Clinicwww.forest.edu1322 S. Campbell, Springfield, MO 65807 (417) 865-8943 Services:psychiatric evaluations; individual, family, marriage, & group therapy;anger management, parenting, and other educational courses.Salvation c.salvationarmy.orgCommunity Center: 1707 W. Chestnut Expressway, Springfield, MO65802 (417) 862-5509 Services: day camp; after school program;disaster services; emergency social services; thrift stores; and transitionalhousing program.Harbor House: 636 N. Boonville, Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 8313371 Services: Classes, counseling, and work experience for menstruggling with addictions.HEALTH DEPARTMENTS BY COUNTYBarry County Health Departmentwww.barrycountyhealth.org65 Main, Cassville, MO 65625(417)847-2114 Branch Office: 1000 South Lincoln Avenue, Monett, MO65708 Services: HIV/STD testing; blood pressure/sugar/cholesterolscreenings; lab work; lead testing; well water testing; pregnancy testing;family planning; birth and death certificates; WIC; prenatal casemanagement; immunizations; TB; breast and cervical cancer screening;and Spanish interpretation.Barton County Health Departmentwww.bchdhealth.com1301 E. 12th Street, Lamar, MO 64759 (417) 682-3363Services: prenatal classes; smoking cessation; WIC; immunizations;home health; family planning; breast and cervical cancer screening;nutrition counseling; lead testing; STD/HIV testing/counseling; bloodpressure/blood sugar screenings; pregnancy testing; water testing; andbirth and death certificates.15

Bates County Health Department501 North Orange, Butler, MO 64730 (660) 679-6108Services: WIC; immunizations; STD testing; birth/death certificates; childcare nursing consultation; TB; pregnancy tests; strep tests; hearingscreens; blood sugar/cholesterol screenings; maternal & child health;safe baby-sitting classes; flu shot clinics; and blood pressure checks.Benton County Health Departmentwww.benton.lphamo.org1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw, MO 65355 (660) 438-2876Services: blood pressure/ blood sugar screenings; immunizations; homehealth/hospice; case management- prenatal and child; pregnancytesting; STD/HIV testing; flu shot clinics; birth/death certificates; TBtesting; lead testing; lice screenings; and blood draws.Cedar County Health Departmentwww.cedarcountyhospital.org1317 S. Hwy 32, El Dorado Springs, MO 64744(417) 876-5477 Branch Office: 807 Owen Mill Road, Stockton, MO65785 (417) 276-6416 Services: WIC; Family planning; Breast andcervical cancer screens; Maternal and c

Access Family Care- Anderson 927 N. Hwy 71 Business/PO Box 687, Anderson, MO 64831 (417) 845-8300 Services: family practice; pediatrics; OB/GYN. Dental Clinic: (417) 845-2273. Access Family Care Community Health Center 4016 Main Street, Cassville, MO 62625 (417) 847-0057 Services: Family practice clinic. Access Family Care