Children & Families of Iowa – (641) 682-3642
Children & Families of Iowa (CFI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families throughout Iowa. Headquartered in Des Moines with offices in Ankeny, Fort Dodge, Osceola and Ottumwa, CFI provides services, such as: domestic violence prevention and intervention, teen programs, family support, early childhood development, mental health and substance abuse.
Community Action of Eastern Iowa – (563) 324-3236
Community Action of Eastern Iowa’s mission is to provide education, financial assistance, and child care resources to individuals and families to promote self-sufficiency and quality care for children. Community Action of Eastern Iowa provides services to more than 25,000 people every year, and serves as the Community Action Agency for Cedar, Clinton, Muscatine, and Scott Counties in Iowa.
Family Resources – (563) 326.6431
Family Resources is a large social service agency providing services throughout Western Illinois & Eastern Iowa, supporting successful lives to build strong communities. Services include Survivor Services, Mental Health, Foster Group Care, Iowa Aftercare Services Network, Foster Care & Adoption, and Comprehensive Care Coordination.
Genesis Bright Beginnings – (563) 421-5070
Bright Beginnings is administered by Genesis Health System. Bright Beginnings is open to Scott County residents who are pregnant or have a child under the age of 6. The program is offered to families with risk factors, while Universal Assessment and Health Promotion Visits are open to everyone.
Handicapped Development Center – (563) 391-4834
Handicapped Development Center (HDC) provides support to individuals with varying disabilities at home at work and in the community. The vast majority of individuals served experience an intellectual disability however people with mental health issues brain injuries and other developmental disabilities are served as well. The services provided by HDC are designed to assist persons with disabilities to develop vocational social and personal skills and develop self-esteem self-fulfillment and self-sufficiency.
Humility Homes & Services – (563) 326-1330
Humility Homes and Services, Inc., services are grounded in a mission to end homelessness, the vision of a home for every person, and the Housing First philosophy, which quickly and successfully connects individuals and families experiencing homelessness to permanent housing without preconditions and barriers to entry, such as sobriety, treatment or service participation requirements.
IowaWORKS of Eastern Iowa – (563) 445-3200
IowaWORKS provides skilled employment and training to help individuals become self-sufficient, reach employment goals, and to meet labor market needs in high-demand areas, such as manufacturing, business, healthcare, information technology, and transportation.