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CLEANING/HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES

The Redeem Project

Office: 635-2083, After hours: 353-4720

1436 Hough St. (enter the lower level off of Lincoln St.)



www.theredeemproject.org, facebook.com/theredeemproject

Suds Station (laundry detergent, dish detergent, personal hygiene products),also coupon exchange. Center hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30-4.
Samaritan Center

634-7776


1310 E. McCarty, JC

www.midmosamaritan.org



M-Th 9:30-11:30, Thurs. also 4-6 pm. Blankets and household items.
CLOTH DIAPERS/TRAINING PANTS

Spouting Up

828-4094

7815 W. St Martin’s Blvd, JC

www.sproutingup.com
CLOTHING and DIAPERS

Birthright

635-8822

1006 E. High St, Apt. 2



Maternity clothing and children’s 0-2, diapers and wipes. Mon. 4-6 pm, Tues-Fri. 12-3.
The Clothes Cupboard

642-7044


501 Nichols, Fulton

Free clothing with referral from SERVE (642-6388, 4901 County Road 304 in Fulton MWF 9-noon, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 5-7). If no referral, can shop and pay for clothing.
Dental, Eye, and Shoe Program

893-2256


Referral by principal and school nurses, vouchers for children’s shoes at local stores for low income families (qualify for free lunch).

Dreams to Reality

512 Jefferson St., JC

681-9675

www.dreamstoreality-jc.org

Provides low-income women with appropriate interview and business apparel, motivation, and follow-up support. Women must be referred by select agencies, including DFS, RACS, and Samaritan Center (see website for a full list of referring agencies).
The Redeem Project

Office: 635-2083, After hours: 353-4720

1436 Hough St. (enter lower level off of Lincoln St.)

www.theredeemproject.org, facebook.com/theredeemproject

Diaper Depot: diapers, wipes, and baby supplies. Dudes’ Duds (Men’s interview and work clothing/suits). Center hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30-4.
Salvation Army Thrift Store

635-1463


718 Michigan St., JC

Thrift store open Mon.-Sat 8-4. Can get a clothing voucher once every 6 months at Salvation Army (927 Jefferson St., JC) on Tuesdays from 9-11:30. Need current photo ID for all people over 17, social security cards for all household members, proof of income for all members for the last 30 days, proof of Cole county, Miller county, or Holts Summit address.

Samaritan Center

634-7776

1310 E. McCarty, JC

www.midmosamaritan.org

M-Th 9:30-11:30, Thurs. also 4-6 pm. Once a month can get a pass for 30 minutes in the room. No limit on the amount of clothing received. Also blankets and household items. Diapers available depending upon donations.

CLOTHING and BABY EQUIPMENT


(TO PURCHASE OR SELL)/SALES & STORES

Just Between Friends



www.jbfsale.com and choose a location (locally in Columbia, Jefferson City, and Lake of the Ozarks)

A sale consisting of gently used children’s clothing newborn-18/20, shoes, maternity clothing,

toys, baby supplies and items, furniture, books, costumes, winter clothing, etc. (Basically

anything pertaining to children.) Costs $2 to get in the first day, free the second day with many items half price the second day. If you go online and register to be a shopper, they usually e-mail a free admittance pass. Parents can also sign up to consign (sell) items and receive 65-70 percent of what the item sells for back. If you sell items and/or volunteer at the sale, you get to shop before the sale opens to the public. Currently held once a year in Jefferson City and twice a year in Columbia.
Kid’s Closet Connection

www.kidscloset.biz

jeffersoncity.mo@kidscloset.biz

Semi-annual sale of all things children (infant to 18/20 clothing, maternity clothing, strollers, car seats, furniture, toys and books, shoes, swings/bouncers/etc.). Parents can also sign up to consign (sell) items and receive 70 percent of what the item sells for back. If you sell items and/or volunteer at the sale, you get to shop before the sale opens to the public. Held in Jefferson City in the spring and fall with season-appropriate clothing.
The Xchange

761-5239


111 E. High St., JC

www.bagladyexcahnge.com

Shop for new and new-to-you maternity, kid’s clothing, shoes, bedding, car seats, educational toys, accessories and more. Sign up for a swap account, and get store credit for your items.



COLLEGE SAVINGS

MOST (Missouri’s 529 College Savings Plan)

1-800-868-3585

www.missouricollegesavings.com

State-sponsored, tax-advantaged program to help families save for college tuition, room and board, books, supplies, and other qualified expenses.

Ugift: Lets others give a monetary gift into the savings plan


Upromise: www.upromise.com/brochure

When members make purchases at Upromise partners (many online stores, restaurants, grocery and drug stores, service providers and retail stores), a reward percentage will automatically be sent to their Upromise account. It can also be transferred to a 529 account.
COUNSELING

See MENTAL HEALTH


CRIBS

See also CLOTHING and BABY EQUIPMENT (TO PURCAHSE OR SELL)


Birthright

635-8822


1006 E. High St, JC

If moms they serve cannot afford or locate a crib elsewhere, can provide a voucher to purchase a pack-and-play. For moms experiencing unplanned pregnancy. Mon. 4-6 pm, Tues-Fri. 12-3.
Samaritan Center

634-7776


1310 E. McCarty, JC

www.midmosamaritan.org

Monday-Thursday 9:30-11:30 am, Thursdays 4-6 pm. Crib availability varies. Call to check.
DANCE CLASSES

Capital Ritz Banquet Center & Dance Studios

893-7787

2712 Plaza Dr., JC


www.capitalritz.com


Me and My Baby classes for parents and child ages 6 months-3 years old, ballet classes for ages 3-12, and a variety of adult dance classes.

5-6-7-8 Dancenter

636-4528

709 Madison, JC



www.5-6-7-8dancenter.com

Toddlin’ Twos class for 6-36 months plus a caregiver, Young Expression for ages 3 and 4, Variety for ages 5 and 6.
Dancer’s Alley

635-6610


515 E. McCarty, JC

www.dancersalley.com

Creative Movement for ages 3-4, Child pre-ballet and pre-tap for ages 4-6.
Elite Performing Arts

635-3622


724 Heisinger, JC

www.elitedancejc.com

Little Dancer for ages 2 ½-5, Combo (ballet/jazz/tap or tumbling) for ages 3-4 and 5-6.
Jefferson City Dance Academy

634-4337


129 W. Dunklin, JC

www.jcdanceacademy.com

Tots in Motion (2 years) and Kids in Motion (3-5 years).
MidMo Conservatory of Dance

645-6153


12543 Country View Dr, Tebbetts

www.midmodance.com

Variety classes (tap, ballet, and some tumbling) for children 3-6 and other classes for 6 and up.

DAYCARE

Daycare Assistance (Dept. of Social Services, Children’s Division)

www.dss.mo.gov/cd/

Callaway: Cole:

592-4138 751-4688

108 North Hospital Drive, Fulton 1716 Four Seasons Drive, Suite 104, JC

Family Care Safety Registry

1-866-422-6872



Provides background information on registered caregivers and licensure information.

Child Care Aware of Missouri (formerly Missouri Childcare Resource and Referral Network)

1-866-892-3228

www.mo.childcareaware.org



Child care referrals, information on selecting quality care, services for children with special needs, library of child care resources, consultation and training on child care and parenting issues.
Early HeadStart: Central Missouri Community Action

636-3577

www.ShowMeAction.org

Serves pregnant moms and children birth-3. High quality, low-cost childcare for families who are income-eligible, includes diapers and wipes. Parents can apply for daycare assistance also.
HeadStart: Central Missouri Community Action Head Start Office

443-8706, fax 875-2689

807B North Providence Rd., Columbia MO 65203

www.ShowMeAction.org

Callaway County: Cole County:

Fulton Headstart 636-3577, fax 761-1614

642-3201, fax 642-7804 605 Cherry St. JC 65101

1600 Westminster, Fulton MO 65251



Free half day preschool program to families who are income-eligible, morning and afternoon

classes available. Cole has a full day program for working families, there is a fee but

families can apply for daycare assistance also.
Jefferson City Day Care Center

636-6461

1002 Myrtle Ave, JC

www.jcdcc.org


Childcare for children birth to 10, sliding fee scale based on income and family size.
Jefferson City Family YMCA

761-9000


www.jcymca.org

Funds from United Way help supplement the cost of childcare, before and after school care, and summer camps for children from low-income families.
DENTAL

Missouri Dental Association (Information)



www.modental.org

Community Health Center of Central Missouri

632-2777

3400 W. Truman Blvd. JC

www.chccmo.org

Accepts Healthcare USA, MO HealthNet (Medicaid), Missouri Care, Molina and can submit to others. If no insurance, there is a sliding fee scale (requires proof of income); no one is turned away for inability to pay. Primary focus is pregnant women and children.
Dental, Eye, and Shoe Program

893-2256


Referral by principal or school nurse. Provides for dental exam and necessary dental work for low-income (qualify for free or reduced lunch), non-Medicaid covered children.
Magical Smiles (Pediatric dentists)

638-3897


408 Dix Rd, JC

Accepts Healthcare USA, Missouri care, Molina and can file to others
Samaritan Center (Ossman Free Medical and Dental Clinic)

761-3473

1310 E. McCarty, JC

www.midmosamaritan.org



Dental work by appointment only. For adults.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/SEXUAL ASSAULT

Callaway County: Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV)

Hotline 866-642-4422

Office 642-1418


Shelter, domestic violence counseling, ex-parte assistance, support groups, for women and children.
Cole County: Rape and Abuse Crisis Center (RACS)

Hotline: 1-800-303-0013, local 634-4911,

Office 634-8346

PO Box 416, JCMO,

www.racsjc.org

Hotline, shelter, individual counseling for adults and children, support groups, children’s program, advocates, referrals. Free and confidential

*also serves southern Callaway county
The Redeem Project

Office: 635-2083, After hours: 353-4720

1436 Hough St.

www.theredeemproject.org, facebook.com/theredeemproject

Provides rape/domestic violence support in conjunction with other agencies. Center hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30-4.
St. Mary’s Health Center

SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)

761-7011(available at ER)
DOULAS AND MIDWIVES

See PREGNANCY


EMPLOYMENT/JOB TRAINING

Central Missouri Community Action

1-800-706-1742

www.ShowMeAction.org

Workforce Connections:

Callaway: Cole:

Callaway County Resource Center Cole County Family Resource Center

642-3316 635-4480

610 Collier Lane, Fulton, MO 65251 1109 Southwest Blvd., JC

Missouri Career Center:

526-8115

1716 Four Seasons Drive. Suite 101, JC


*Career Assistance Program: Assists TANF recipients to become job ready by overcoming barriers preventing them from employment.


*Workforce Investment Program: Provides employment and training programs designed to prepare low-income adults and youth facing serious barriers to employment for entry or re-entry into the labor force. Divided into 3 categories- Dislocated workers (who lot employment due to layoff of business closure, with no income limitations), Younger (14-18 and Older (19-21) Youth (who receive food stamps, cash public assistance, or are income eligible), and Adults (receiving food stamps, cash public assistance, or are income eligible).
Job Corps

(800)733-JOBS, 418-2038



www.recruiting.jobcorps.gov

Job Corps is a career technical training and education program for students age 16-24 who meet income requirements.
Job Point

646-8186


315 Ellis Blvd. Suite 301, JC

www.jobpointmo.org

Mid-MO’s not-for-profit organization dedicated solely to assisting people who are seeking employment. Links people and jobs by providing career planning and job placement assistance. Must have some barrier to employment.

Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation

(573)751-3251

3024 Dupont Circle, JC

vr.dese.mo.gov

Helps people with disabilities obtain and maintain employment.
The Redeem Project

Office: 635-2083, After hours: 353-4720

1436 Hough St. (enter lower level off Lincoln St.)

www.theredeemproject.org, facebook.com/theredeemproject

Classes and assistance with computer skills, resume/application basics, interview skills, dress for success on a budget, job search, phone etiquette, communication, internet helps, career skills/assessment testing, time management, and appropriate dress on the job. Pre-GED testing, and literacy tutors. Center hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30-4. Workshop hours vary in day and evening.

Unemployment Insurance Benefits

1-800-320-2519


Employment Agencies

C & S Business Services

635-9295, Job hotline 635-6611

1731 Southridge Dr. Ste. A, JC



www.cs-business.com

Temporary, direct hire, temp-to-hire. Light industrial, clerical, information technology, engineering, professional.
Exceptional Staffing Network

298-6329


398 Dix Rd. #204

www.esnjobs.com



Temporary, direct hire, temp-to-hire. Clerical, light industrial.
Express Personnel Services

761-7977


IMKO Diversified Staffing

659-1238


2210 MO Blvd. Ste. A, JC

www.imko.com

Full time, temporary, on-site.
Kelly Services

635-6694


744 W. Stadium Ste. F-1, JC

Manpower


893-6050

1002 Diamond Ridge Ste. 100, JC

us.manpower.com

Permanent, temporary, and temp-to-perm. Administrative, contact center, industrial, and more.
Penmac-The Career Agents

761-7403


1103 Southwest Blvd., JC
ENERGY ASSISTANCE/WEATHERIZATION


Birthright

635-8822


1006 E. High St, Apt 2, JC

Once a year for families with infants (under 6 months). Maximum of $100, partial payment of bill. Open Mon. 4-6 and Tues-Fri. 12-3

Central Missouri Community Action

1-800-573-3637 (Energy Crisis Counselor)



http://www.showmeaction.org/services/programs/energy-assistance or applications at:

Callaway County Resource Center Cole County Family Resource Center

642-3316 635-4480

610 Collier Lane, Fulton, MO 65251 1109 Southwest Blvd, JC

*Must MAIL signed application for LIHEAP and supporting documents to:

CMCA Energy Services

800 N. Providence Rd, Suite 103

Columbia, MO 65203



150% of poverty level.

*Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP): 135 percent of poverty level

*Energy Assistance: a one-time payment to assist in paying heating costs for low income elderly, families with children, and disabled (non-emergency winter heating program, November through March)

*Energy Crisis Intervention Program: assists qualified individuals and families by providing limited payments to have electricity and/or gas bills paid and services restored, up to $800 in winter (October-May) and up to $300 in summer. Must have disconnection notice or be shut off.

--To apply, get application from website, local CMCA office or Family Support office. Fill out application completely ( include copies of social security cards for all household members, proof of income for the previous month for ALL household members 18 and older/unless receiving food stamps, copy of utility bill/disconnect notice or final bill, and working telephone number) and mail to: CMCA Energy Services, 800 N. Providence Rd, Suite 103, Columbia MO 65203. Walk—in applications are not accepted, all must be sent by mail.


*Weatherization Assistance Program: eligible clients receive a comprehensive home assessment including repair or replacement of caulking, heating systems, insulation, primary doors and windows. Proof of income required (at our below 200 percent of poverty level).

Weatherization services specialist: (573)881-0191, (573)443-3500

www.showmeaction.org/services/programs/weatherization

Mail to: CMCA-Bee Wise-Weatherize

1604 W. Business Loop 70, Suite B

Columbia, MO 65202


Common Ground Community Building, Benevolence office

www.jcfumc.org/community-center

522-4314


1015 E. Atchison, JC

Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m.-noon, Thursday by appointment only. Emergency utility assistance as funds allow.
Concord Baptist Church

893-2876


3724 W. Truman Blvd., JC

Once a year for non church members.
Salvation Army Energy Assistance Program

635-1975 or 634-8357

927 Jefferson St., JC

Utility assistance. Monday-Thursday 9-11:30 am and 1-2 pm. Need to take a class before receiving assistance.
Samaritan Center

634-7776


1310 E. McCarty, JC

www.midmosamaritan.org

Monday-Thursday 9:30-11:30 am, Thursdays 4-6 pm. When funding allows.

SERVE, INC. (Callaway Action Network)

642-6388


4901 County Road 304, Fulton

Utility, rent, and other financial assistance for basic needs to Callaway county residents. Must have documented other services received and have already pursued utility assistance through CMCA.
FAMILY DEVELOPMENT/PARENTING

Capital Region Medical Center

Contact Anna Finley at 632-5341

www.crmc.org

Offers classes including childbirth education, teens facing pregnancy, sibling class, breastfeeding class, infant massage, parenting, and infant CPR. Infant massage and sibling class are free, others have a small fee.
Central Missouri Community Action

1-800-706-1742

www.ShowMeAction.org

Callaway: Cole:

Callaway County Resource Center Cole County Family Resource Center

642-3316 635-4480

610 Collier Lane, Fulton, MO 65251 1109 Southwest Blvd., JC

CMCA Family Development Services: intake, assessment, and referral. Classes using the Building Strong Families curriculum on topics such as parenting, job readiness, communication, life-skills, stress management, money and credit matters, healthy lifestyles, and others. One-on-one case management and coaching is also available.
Circles Initiatives (Central Missouri Community Action)

635-4480


1109 Southwest Blvd., JC

Weekly meetings—a family style dinner followed by a topical presentation (finance, health, community resources, advocacy, academics). Free childcare. For families who are committed to getting ahead and working out of poverty.

Connecting for Children

If enrolled in Head Start, contact the Head Start center, if not, call 1-800-552-8522



Weekend retreats and relationship workshops for single parents and couples for are income-eligible for Head Start.
Parent Link Warmline 1-800-552-8522

Spanish—1-888-460-0008



M-F 8-5. Free information on any parenting questions, free loans of parenting materials, someone who will listen if you need to talk.

Parents As Teachers

659-3026

812 St. Mary’s Blvd, JC



www.jcschools.us choose “Schools” then “Southwest Early Childhood Center” then “Parents as Teachers”

A parent education and family support program that provides free, practical help to families with children prenatal until kindergarten entry. Includes personal visits by certified parent educators trained in child development; group meetings; health, hearing, vision, and developmental screening; drop in and play center; resource and referral network.
The Redeem Project

Office: 573-635-2083, after hours: 353-4720

1436 Hough St. (enter lower level off Lincoln St.)

www.theredeemproject.org, facebook.com/theredeemproject

Free workshops taught in conjunction with other agencies, by professionals certified in their fields. Includes but not limited to: anger management, attitudes and personalities, self-esteem, fire/home safety, identity theft/fraud. Consumer protection, budget/finance, maintaining your credit, healthy homes, parenting skills, strengthening families, budget grocery shopping, basic vehicle maintenance, home/apartment maintenance, weatherization. Center hours are Tuesday-Thursday, 8:30-4. Some workshops are during the day, some are in the evening.

Red Cross

635-1132


431 E. McCarty, JC

www.redcrosscapitalarea.org

Offers disaster preparedness and health and safety classes including first aid, infant, child, and adult CPR (for certification), pet first aid, and babysitting.
St. Mary’s Health Center

761-7000, ext. 3315



Offers classes in prepared childbirth, breastfeeding, Rookie Dads 101, infant massage and super sibling. Infant massage and sibling classes are free, small fee for others.
Text4Baby

Free mobile information service to help new and expectant moms receive health information for themselves and their babies. To sign up, moms text BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411 or visit text4baby.org. Moms will receive three SMS text messages each week via cell phone with expert tips to help her through pregnancy and bay’s first year, all timed to her due date or baby’s age.


FAMILY PLANNING

Callaway County:

Callaway County Health Department

642-6881, fax 642-2098

4950 County Road 304, Fulton 65251

Pregnancy testing for those without insurance.
Cole County:

Cole County Health Department

636-2181

www.colehealth.org

1616 Industrial Dr. JC

Provides pregnancy testing for a fee, and well women exams and contraceptives for uninsured women and women with Medicaid.
Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri

635-2882

1400 Southwest Blvd, Ste. B, JCMO

www.ppkm.org

Services include contraception, education, pregnancy testing, abortion and adoption counseling, women’s health services. Tuesdays 10-6 and Thursdays 9-5.



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