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NameContactDescription
ADA CENTER-GREAT PLAINS REGION100 Corporate Lake Drive
Columbia, MO 65203
1-800-949-4232
http://www.gpadacenter.org
Provides technical assistance by phone and electronically for questions relating to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). Calls are confidential and knowledgeable staff is available Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. central time to provide compliance solutions. The Great Plains Region serves Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
ADAPT-ABILITY9355 Dielman Industrial Drive
St. Louis, MO 63132
314-432-1101
314-432-0780
http://www.adapt-ability.org
Toll Free: 866-370-0001 The agency mission is to enable people with disabilities through technology. Assistive technology services include: assessment of the person, device, family, and environment; training and support for use of devices, including maintenance, repair, and modifications. Services focus on seating/mobility, home modifications, and job site accommodations. Serves persons with developmental disabilities of varying ages.
AFFORDABLE COLLEGES ONLINEhttp://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/spotlight/affordable-colleges-for-students-with-disabilities/
The Affordable Colleges Online link provides students with disabilities and their families with a nice succinct guide on resources and questions to explore when making college choices, exploring financial aid, securing accommodations and seeking employment.
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY SERVICES100 W. 1st Street,
Higginsville, MO 64037
660-584-2142
They offer residential services, employment services, community integration, and personal care attendance to people who have developmental disabilities.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACTU.S. Department of Justice
9350 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section NYA
Washington,, DC 20530
1-800-514-0301
http://www.ada.gov
United States Justice Department, Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) website offers information, publications, and technical assistance regarding ADA regulations.
ANGEL SENSE GPS646-770-2950
orgs@angelsense.com
http://angelsense.com/agencies
A wearable GPS and voice monitoring system for individuals who may wander or elope.
SHARE AND CARE FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE1835 S. Second St.
Clinton, MO 64735
660-885-8330
Share & Care is a non-for-profit corporation organized by parents and family members specifically to provide the best quality services available for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

They provide Functional Living Services, Individualized Supported Living, and Small Group Homes.
SADOWSKY AUTISM SERVICES6330 NW Kelly Drive, STE A,
Parkville, MO 64152
816-491-8173
Sadowsky Autism Services (SAS) provides a variety of services to children and families affected by autism spectrum disorders. Our services include early intervention program supervision and instruction, support for children in school based programs, and behavioral assessment/management. They do offer services in Johnson County, MO.
AWS1215 Fern Ridge Parkway, Suite 204
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
314-542-9806
http://www.awsusa.com
Provides residential services in a variety of settings through funding from the Missouri Department of Mental Health and the Federal Medicaid Waiver.
EASTER SEALS1-800-200-2119
or info@esmw.org
Easterseals Midwest is part of a 100 year old network of disability service providers. Our services are custom designed in and for the communities we serve. We support more than 5,000 children and adults with disabilities, helping to build a world where all people have equal opportunity to realize their goals, dreams, and aspirations.
MEDICAID TRANSPORTATION SERVICES1-866-269-5927NEMT stands for Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. The purpose of the NEMT program is to ensure transportation to eligible MO HealthNet Division (MHD) fee-for-service and managed care health plan participants who do not have access to free appropriate transportation to and from scheduled -MHD covered services. The NEMT program may use public transportation or bus tokens, vans, taxi, ambulance, or even an airplane if necessary to get you to your health care appointment. You may also be able to get help with gas costs if you have a car, or have a friend or a neighbor who can take you. The NEMT program must approve this before your appointment.

You must pay $2 for each trip. This $2 will be charged for trips that are one-way or round trip.
If your trip requires more than one stop, you still only pay $2.
Your ride cannot be denied if you cannot pay $2.
You do not have to pay the $2 for trips if you are in a Managed Care Health Plan.
You do not pay $2 if you are under age 19, pregnant, blind, or if you live in a nursing home.
You do not pay $2 if you use public transportation, bus tokens, or if you receive help to pay for gas.
MIDWEST SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST1-573-256-8055Missouri Family Trust was established as a result of advocacy by parents and professionals who realized that many obstacles hinder planning for the financial future of individuals with disabilities. The organization was created by statute (RSMo 402.199 – 402.208) in 1989 for the primary purpose of administering special needs trusts for persons with disabilities to protect important public benefits such as Medicaid and SSI. As authorized and specified by statute, the Missouri Family Trust was incorporated as a non-profit and received IRS 501(c)(3) charitable designation.

Midwest Special Needs Trust Charitable Trust Program provides small financial assistance grants to impoverished residents of Missouri with a Social Security verifiable disability.

The maximum grant award is $1500. Grants may be requested for medical and dental care, rehabilitative services or equipment, educational assistance, specialized transportation and other needs not covered by public benefits or available through other community programs.
ABILITIES, LLC660-747-7507Operates group homes and ISL’s for children, teens, and
young adults with developmental disabilities.
APPLE BUS COMPANY660-747-0083
BIG BROTHERS/ BIG SISTERS608 N. College St
Warrensburg
660-429-1991
Provides a mentoring service to youth.
CARE CONNECTION FOR AGING SERVICESwww.goaging.org
660-747-3107
Links individuals to appropriate services.
CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICES660-826-4400Community inclusion, employment, and choice for individuals
with disabilities.
CORNERSTONES OF CARE816-508-6200Partner with children, young adults and families to achieve
safety and health.
CROSSROADS HOSPICE816-333-9200Offers end-of-life hospice care services to patients of all ages
(including the elderly.)
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE- NATIONALwww.ndvh.org
800-799-7233
SURVIVAL ADULT ABUSE CENTER660-429-2847Physical and sexual abuse victim services, support groups,
residential shelter, job training, and daycare.
EXPANDING HORIZONS444 E Gay St,
Warrensburg
660-747-2676
Assisted living for persons with developmental disabilities.
FLEXIBLE STAFFING520 Burkarth Rd
Warrensburg
660-422-8400
Equal employment opportunity.
JEFFERSON LINESwww.jeffersonlines.com
800-451-5333
Provides safe, reliable, and affordable bus travel
JOHNSON COUNTY ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM AT TRAILS REGIONAL LIBRARY660-429-5442Free tutoring for adults.
JOHNSON COUNTY BOARD OF SERVICES200 N. Devasher Rd
Warrensburg
660-747-2619
Services for individuals with developmental disabilities.
JOHNSON COUNTY CANCER FOUNDATION660-747-3789Provides financial support to those with cancer and in
need of assistance.
JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES723 PCA Rd
Warrensburg
660-747-6121
Provides services in home health, and public health.
Free clinic.
JOHNSON COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT122 Hout St
Warrensburg
660-747-2666
Disaster preparedness training. CPR and First Aid training.
Volunteer opportunities.
JOHNSON COUNTY UNITED WAY660-747-5174Unites the resources of donors, volunteers, and agencies
to improve lives in the community.
LEGAL AID OF WESTERN MISSOURI305 N. Holden St
Warrensburg
660-747-7101
Provides civil legal representation in income maintenance.
MISSOURI JOB CENTER215 E. 5th St
Sedalia
660-530-5627
Assists in preparing for and finding employment.
MISSOURI VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY118 Hout St
Warrensburg
660-747-2245
Individual Development Account, Section 8 housing, diaper
assistance, crisis intervention, electric and gas assistance,
free income tax.
NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINEwww.nationalpreventionlifeline.org
800-273-8255
OLD DRUM TRANSPORTATION (OATS BUS)www.oatstransit.org
660-429-981
Safe, reliable and courteous transportation.
PARENTLINK WARMLINE800-552-8522Offers parenting information and loan library. All
information is free and kept confidential.
PARENT STRESS HOTLINE800-367-2543A helpline for those who feel they need to get help for
child abuse.
RISE COMMUNITY SERVICES607 N. Ridgeview Dr
Warrensburg
660-747-7990
Provides support, advocacy, funding, and coordination to
individuals with developmental disabilities and their
families. RISE Café, skills training, and RISE Craft store
STANDING IN THE GAP MINISTRIES816-209-7172
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI EXTENSION- JOHNSON COUNTY135 W. Market St
Warrenburg
660-747-3193
Provides services to the community in the areas of
agriculture, youth (4-h), financial education, health and
nutrition, and other resources.
WARRENSBURG CITY HALL102 S. Holden St
Warrensburg
660-747-9131
Property maintenance code questions. Ask for
Neighborhood Services Coordinator.
WARRENSBURG R-VI SCHOOL DISRICT201 S. Holden St
Warrensburg
660-747-7823
WARRENBURG SENIOR CENTER445 E. Gay St
Warrensburg
660-747-2624
Provides meals five days a week in community settings
and through home delivery.
WEST CENTRAL INDEPENDENT LIVING SOLUTIONS612 N. Ridgeview Dr.
Warrensburg
660-422-7883
Housing outreach. Recreational, therapeutic, and
transportation services. Internet and computer access.
ADA informational technical assistance. Employment
information.
WHITEMAN AFB AIRMAN AND FAMILY READINESS CENTER660-687-7132Food pantry. Access to Military Family Life Consultants
(MFLC). Individual and family counseling. Military ID is
required.
WHITEMAN AFB FAMILY ADVOCACY660-687-4342Classes and seminars offered; New Parent Support
Program, Play Group; Common Sense Parenting; Love and
Logic; Couples Communication; Anxiety and Stress
Management, etc
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS660-747-6313Holds meetings seven days a week for the Warrensburg area.
FIRST CALL ALCOHOL DRUG PREVENTION & RECOVERY- KC METRO663 E. 3rd St
Kansas City
816-361-5900
Information, education, prevention, referral, and assessment
services for alcoholism, tobacco and other forms of addiction
COMPASS HEALTH844-853-8937Substance abuse and mental health counseling. Sliding scale
fee.
COMPASS HEALTH ADULT RESIDENTIAL RECOVERY844-853-8937Addiction recovery.
RECOVERY LIGHTHOUSE, INC.107 E. Culton St
Warrensburg
660-429-2222
Provides counseling for chemically-dependent people and
families
CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION ASSOCIATIONwww.childabuseprevention.org
816-252-8388
CHILD CARE AWARE OF MISSOURI800-200-9017Formerly Missouri Child Care Resources Referral Network.
Ensures families in the local community have access to
quality child care.
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT505 Ridgeview Dr, Suite A, Warrensburg
660-543-7962
Modify or establish child and medical support. Establishment of
paternity.
FAMILY SUPPORT DIVISION-LOCAL505B Ridgeview Dr, Suite A, Warrensburg
660-543-7900
Assists families with Medicaid, food stamps, energy
assistance, futures program, and MC plus.
HEAD START330 E. Gay St.
Warrensburg
660-429-1144
Preschool program for 3 and 4 year olds who meet income and
qualification guidelines. Early Head Start is available to help
pregnant teens as well as children from birth to age 3.
MISSOURI CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT HOTLINE800-392-3738
2GetherTechJeff Grosvenor
573-301-1075
jgrosvenor@2gethertech.com
www.2gethertech.com
Remote support systems including audio communication, panic buttons, watches and pendants, environmental, door/window, motion, medication, chair and incontinence sensors and still cameras video.
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