Person In Charge: Barb Nelson, RN, Administrator/Owner
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. This company provides in-home services. This includes skilled nursing, home care aides, homemaker aides, companions, occupational, speech/language and physical therapies (on-site and in-home), case management and respite services (all ages). It also offers services under the Ill & Handicapped and Mental Retardation Waivers. It has a pediatric home care specialty. POPULATION SERVED: Serves persons who are in need of in-home care services.
Great Prairie AEA – Ft. Madison Office 823 Ave. G
Ft. Madison, Iowa 52627
An educational organization in conjunction with local school districts established to provide quality educational support for all children with disabilities.
Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services of SE Iowa
928 Main Street
Phone: 319-524-4397 Fees: $85 - $100 for evaluation; treatment is on a sliding scale of income
Payment Options: Accepts Title XIX and Insurances
Specialties: Drug testing and Counseling. Services all ages.
Associates for Behavioral Healthcare 3100 E Avenue NW
Cedar Rapids, IA 52405
Ages served: 0 to 100
Handicap accessible Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday
Tuesday – Friday 9:00 am – 6:00
8:00 am to 12:00 pm Saturday Service area: Entire state of Iowa
This agency is an association of private practitioners made up of MDs, psychologists, and social workers to provide mental health services. This agency also operates an ADHD clinic. This agency serves people with mental health needs.
Autistic Classroom Grades K-5 Phone: 319-528-4337
502 Academy Avenue
Denmark, IA 52624
Contact: Carol Zimmerman or Jackie Wellman, Secretary
Bridgeway – Keokuk
208 Bank Street
Keokuk, IA 52632
Fax #: 319-524-3876 Website: http://www.bway.org/
Hours: 8:00 – 5:00 Monday through Friday. Open until 6:00 on Tuesday
Fees: $120 initial meeting, $94 per hour after the initial meeting
Payment Options: Private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Personal payments (check or cash) Specialties: Individual and family counseling, home based community services for individuals experiencing mental disabilities, developmental disabilities and brain injuries, sheltered workshop on the premises for individuals with mental disabilities, Moms & Dads off Drugs Meetings (weekly), Children in the Middle (court ordered for all parents divorcing in Lee County). All ages are accepted in this facility.
Child Health Specialty Clinics Eastman Plaza
1223 South Gear Avenue Suite 012
West Burlington, IA 52655-1690
Fax Number: (319) 753-0793
Accepts collect calls. Email address email@example.com
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday - Friday.
Fees: When a child is seen at one of our clinics, fees may be adjusted by using a sliding scale that takes into account the family size and income. We don't charge for helping the family organize the services that a child needs or for providing family support.
Payment Options: accepts most insurance, and Title XIX
Specialties: This site exists to improve the health, development, and well-being of children and youth with special health care needs in partnership with families, service providers, and communities. Children with special health care needs include those with or at risk of physical, psychosocial, developmental, health-related educational orbehavioral problems. The agency delivers services in a community-based, family-centered, coordinated, and culturally competent manner. *This clinic does not provide acute care or primary preventive care services.* POPULATION SERVED: Children, age infant up to 22 years, with special health care needs, including children with chronic illness with or without accompanying disability.
Clarinda Academy 1820 North 16th St
Clarinda, IA 51632
712-542-2907 (fax) www.clarindaacademy.org
Director: J.J. Bond
Clarinda Academy is a residential foster care facility that provides residential treatment and shelter care to at-risk and delinquent male and female youth from several states. Clarinda offers long-term residential treatment, a 90-day impact program, shelter care, and transitional living services for more than 250 young people. Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of interscholastic sports and fine arts programs, as well as vocational training. Clarinda Academy serves females and males, age 12-18 years old who have a full scale IQ above 70, are impulsive, irresponsible, denies or justifies negative behavior, have problems with anger and aggression, demonstrates a low degree of empathy, lack self discipline, exhibits poor coping skills, and is non compliant with authority.
1522 Morgan St
Keokuk, IA 52632
Service area: Lee County
This agency offers services that include individual counseling, family counseling, group therapy, medication management, and psychiatric services. The fee is based on a sliding scale schedule determined by gross income and number of dependents. Both men and women therapists are available by appointment. This agency contracts with CPC to ensure that individuals who meet financial eligibility criteria with legal settlement in Lee County have available mental health services.
Department of Human Services Case Management 1035 Avenue L Suite 4
Ft. Madison, Iowa 52627
Supervisor, Pat White Serves persons with mental retardation, mental illness, and developmental disabilities.
FMCH Home Health Care Hwy 61 W
PO Box 174
Fort Madison, IA 52627-0174
Web Page:http://www.fmchosp.com Email address:firstname.lastname@example.org
Person In Charge: Debbie Green, Director of Home Care
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.
FMCH Home Health Care provides a full array of services including Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapist (PT), Occupational Therapist (OT), Speech Therapist (ST), Medical Social Worker services, Home Care Aides, and Companion/Homemakers. POPULATION SERVED: This agency serves persons of all ages with health care needs.
Great Prairie AEA Autism Resource Team
3601 West Avenue
Burlington, IA 52601-9456
Phone: 1-800-382-8970 Ext. 1209
Contact: Barb Hahn at ext. 1209
Provides assistance to classroom teachers, presents training on strategies for working with Autistic students, and facilitates a family support group for families with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Iowa Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
This is a parent-run organization focused on the needs of children and youth with behavioral, emotional, mental, and social challenges and their families. This organization serves all who have a mental health issue including but not limited to ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), substance abuse, sexual abuse, BD (Behavioral Disorder), ED (Emotional Disorder), LD (Learning Disorder), ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, crack cocaine kids just to name a few. The organization serves families with children from birth to 21, but will help everybody to the best of their ability.