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Resource Directory

September 2013


Chariton County





INTRODUCTION

The Masonic Home of Missouri is committed to providing the best possible services to the Fraternity that will benefit you, your family, as well as your community.


The Masonic Home of Missouri is pleased to present this Directory which was developed by the Masonic Home of Missouri’s Social Services Caseworker. In this Resource Directory, you will find helpful information regarding social services in your community, by agency, organization or business (see disclaimer). Each service or resource is divided by Masonic Districts and Counties for your convenience.


Please use this information for yourself, a loved one or a friend. If you have any questions regarding this Directory or the Masonic Home of Missouri’s programs, please contact the Corporate Office at 1-800-434-9804 or 1-573-814-4663.


DISCLAIMER


The Masonic Home of Missouri does not accept responsibility for errors, omissions, or quality of services provided by the agencies, organizations or businesses listed in this directory.


IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS


ADA Project 800-514-0301


Adult & Elder Abuse and Neglect Hotline 800-392-0210


All Emergencies-Medical, Fire, Police 911


Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders 800-272-3900


American Cancer Society 800-227-2345


American Council of the Blind 800-424-8666


American Diabetes Association 800-343-2383


American Heart Association 800-242-8721


Arthritis Foundation 800-406-2491


Attorney General (Consumer Fraud) 800-392-8222


Better Hearing Institute 800-327-9355


Child Abuse Hotline 800-392-3738


Dept. of Health and Senior Services Information & Assistance Hotline 800-235-5503


Dept. of Mental Health 573-751-4122


Dept. of Veteran Affairs-Benefits Information 800-827-1000


Hearing Aid Help Line 800-521-5247


Home Health Agency Hot Line 800-345-1453


IRS Tax Information 800-829-1040


Medicare Assistance/CLAIMS Program 800-390-3330


Missouri Bar Lawyer Referral Service 573-636-3635


Missouri Department of Insurance 800-726-7390


Missouri Department of Revenue 573-751-4450


Missouri Department of Social Services 800-735-2466


National Kidney Foundation 800-622-9010


Poison Control 800-222-1222


Chariton County

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Alphabetical by Organization


Pages

Alzheimer’s Association, The Mid-Missouri Chapter 1, 2


American Red Cross 3


Care Connection (District III Area Agency on Aging) 4, 5


County Health Department 6


Department of Social Services/Family Support Division 7, 9


Experience Works, Inc. Senior Employment 10, 11


Governor’s Council on Disability 12


Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 13


Masonic Home of Missouri 14-18


Mid-Missouri Legal Services 19


Missouri Division of Workforce Development 20, 21


Missouri Protection and Advocacy Services 22


Missouri Veterans Commission 23


OATS, Inc. Transportation 24


Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL) 25-27


Salvation Army 28


Smart911 29

Social Security Administration 30, 31


Subsidized Housing/Rental Assistance 32


USDA Rural Development 33, 34


Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library 35, 36


CHARITON COUNTY


Alzheimer’s Association

Greater Missouri Chapter

2400 Bluff Creek Drive

Columbia, MO 65201

(573) 443-8665

FAX: (573) 499-9701 www.midmoalz.org

24 Hour Help Line: 1-800-272-3900


Services/Programs:


  • Family Support Groups – Provides an opportunity for families and friends to share information, to give and receive support and learn caregiving skills




  • Respite Funds – Provides financial assistance to families of persons with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. The caregiver is responsible for the selection and arrangement of the respite provider. There is no income requirement for program eligibility. The primary caregiver and the person with dementia must reside together, provide a statement from a treating or diagnosing physician that the patient has Alzheimer’s or a related disorder, provide a recommendation for respite services from a treating physician or a social service agency, submit an application for respite care assistance services.




  • Library – This chapter offers a wealth of information for families dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer’s and other related diseases. Books, videos and brochures are available for check out.




  • Bookstore – Contact this chapter or look at the web site for books for sale.




  • Newsletters – Have an Alzheimer’s Association newsletter mailed to you or check it out on the web site.




  • Speaker’s Bureau – Aims to improve public awareness and understanding of Alzheimer’s and related diseases.




  • Public Policy Advocacy – Helping those with the disease, family member, friends and others become advocates.




  • Empowerment Groups – A community respite group for persons in the earlier stages of Alzheimer’s. A time for discussion, art, literature, storytelling and more.



Alzheimer’s Association, The Mid-Missouri Chapter Continued,


  • Helpline – To respond to the information and support the needs of people with Alzheimer’s disease and their care partners, healthcare professionals and the general public.




  • Research – Donations are forwarded to the National office for research grants. The Chapter assists with local studies and can help those families wishing to participate in the brain autopsy program to increase scientific understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and to confirm diagnosis.




  • Safe Return – A nationwide identification, support and registration program working at the community level. Safe Return provides assistance whether a person becomes lost locally or far from home. Financial assistance is available.




  • Male Caregiver’s Initiative – Changing Places: Men emerging as caregivers. A series of educational workshops for men caring for someone with memory loss.



American Red Cross


Heart of Missouri Chapter

431 E. McCarty

Jefferson City, MO 65101

(573) 635-1132

866-815-2738


Services/Programs:


  • Disaster Services – Learn how the Red Cross responds to disasters and what you can do to protect yourself, your family and your property.




  • Health and Safety – Red Cross training programs include First Aid and CPR, lifeguarding, HIV/AIDS education and much more.




  • Military Services – Emergency communications, financial assistance and counseling services for active military, their families and veterans.




  • Youth Services – Meaningful opportunities for training, community service and peer-to-peer education for teens.




  • International Services – Holocaust and war victims tracing and other international humanitarian services.




  • Lifesaver Award – Recognizing local citizens who prepared themselves to respond in an emergency situation and actually saved a life.




  • Blood Services – Giving blood saves lives. Learn how and where you can donate.




  • Ready Rating – A comprehensive membership program to help businesses, organizations and schools improve their emergency preparedness.



Care Connection

Dist. III Area Agency on Aging


106 w. Young, P.O. Box 1078

Warrensburg, MO 64093

(660) 747-3107 http://goaging.org/

FAX: (660) 747-3100

1-800-886-4699


District II Area Agency on Aging mission is to assure that older Missourians residing in our thirteen county area has the ability to live out their lives with maximum independence and dignity in their own homes and communities.


Services/Programs:


  • Senior Centers

Brunswick Senior Center – 660/548-3010

801 E. Broadway

Brunswick, MO 65236


Salisbury Senior Center – 660/388-5431

304 Broadway

Salisbury, MO 65281

Salisbury@goaging.org


  • Seniors Organized to Restore Trust (SORT) – SORT specialists are retired professionals who attend a 3 day CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of Missouri) training. They receive training on Medicare, MO HealthNet, supplemental insurance and healthcare fraud and abuse. These volunteers offer counseling and assistance free of charge.




  • Silver Haired Legislature – Statewide advocacy group which develops and recommends legislation to benefit and support older Missourians.




  • Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program – Provides area nursing homes with a network of trained advocates who regularly visit residents to address their needs and concerns.




  • Senior Community Service Employment Program – Provides on-the-job training opportunities for eligible persons 55 years of age or older who are seeking employment.




  • Education and Advocacy Services – Nutrition and health education, health screening, assistance with insurance questions, housing and home safety information, Medicare/MO HealthNet assistance, consumer education, elder abuse education and tax assistance.

Care Connection (Area Agency on Aging) continued,


  • Information and Assistance – Inform, guide, direct and link older persons to available resources and services in their community.




  • Transportation Services – Provided for elderly persons and persons with disabilities needing access to their local senior center or essential business, shopping and healthcare services in their community, county or nearest major city.




  • In Home Services – Support programs such as homemaker chore, personal care, respite (rest for the caregiver), telephone reassurance and friendly visiting which helps older persons remain in their own homes.




  • Legal Assistance – Provided for persons 60 years of age or older who have need for counsel and problems concerning access to public benefits such as Medicare, MO HealthNet and Social Security, guardianship and housing issues.




  • Care Connection – Information center that will help you with questions and refer you to agencies and services that can help you with concerns. 660-429-3675 or 1-800-886-4699




  • Newsletter – “The Senior Sentinel”



County Health Department


206 State Street

P.O. Box 214

Keytesville, MO 65261

(660) 288-3675 ScheiC@lpha.mopublic.org

FAX: (660) 288-3725


Services Offered:


  • Comprehensive School Health Services




  • Dental Screenings/sealants




  • Environmental Program




  • General Office Services




  • Health Education (individual and group)




  • Immunization Clinics




  • Newborn Home Visits, WIC, Care Seat inspection/replacement




  • Women’s Health Clinic



Department of Social Services

Children’s Division and Income Maintenance &

Self Sufficiency Programs


121 E. Jackson

Keytesville, MO 65261

(660) 288-3293

FAX: (660) 288-3113 www.dss.mo.gov


Services/Programs:


  • Children’s Division

    • Adoption services, activities

    • Career Foster Parent Program

    • Child abuse and neglect hotline: 1-800-392-3738

    • Child care, early childhood services




  • Family Support Division

    • Child support enforcement

    • Income maintenance & self sufficiency programs

      • Food stamps

      • Food distribution programs

      • Temporary assistance – provides assistance to needy families with children so they can be cared for in their own home and to reduce dependency by promoting job preparation, work and marriage.

      • MO HealthNet

      • Uninsured women’s health services

      • Supplemental nursing care – provides monthly cash benefits. An eligible adult living in a licensed nursing facility and found medically eligible may receive a maximum of $390. If not found medically eligible while living in a nursing facility, or if living in a licensed assisted living or residential care facility II, an eligible adult may receive a maximum of $292 monthly. If living in a licensed residential care facility the maximum is $156. Persons eligible for these case benefits also receive a $30 personal needs monthly allowance. This benefit is

paid directly to the nursing facility for nursing care charges above the amount the resident is expected to pay.

      • Home and Community Based Program – assistance providing homemaker chore or respite care services. No direct cash benefit.

      • Prevention of Spousal Impoverishment – (Division of Assets) – when a married person enters a nursing facility, a special provision may help protect some of the couple’s resources for the spouse who is not in a nursing facility.


Department of Social Services Continued,


      • Supplemental Aid to the Blind – eligible individuals receive a monthly cash grant up to $651, as well as MO HealthNet coverage.

      • Supplemental Security Income (SSI) – assistance to the aged, blind and disabled. Income guideline applies.

      • Qualified Medicare Beneficiary (QMB) – for persons enrolled in Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) whose income and resources are within the program guidelines. This program will provide payment of Medicare premiums and coinsurance and for deductibles for Medicare covered services.

      • Specified Low Income Medicare Beneficiary (SLMB) – provides payment of Medicare Part B premiums to individuals who would be eligible for this program.




    • Rehabilitation Services for the Blind

      • Creates opportunities for eligible blind and visually impaired persons in order that they may attain personal and vocational services.

      • Provides services to people with varying degrees of visual impairment, ranging from those who cannot read regular print to those who are totally blind.

      • Vocational Rehabilitation – Eligible individuals are provided with services needed to enter, remain in or return to suitable employment. Services include:

        • Diagnosis and evaluation

        • Counseling and guidance

        • Physical or mental restoration

        • Training – including college or university, technical or trade

        • Job development and job placement

        • Rehabilitation engineering

        • Follow-up Services

      • Assistive Technology – Information, tips and resources for computer assistive technology for blind and visually impaired computer users.

      • Independent Living Rehabilitation – assists blind and visually impaired persons so they can function independently in their homes and communities.

      • Older Blind Services – Free rehabilitation services in the home.




    • Transition Services – provides services to help high school students prepare for the transition from school to either post-secondary education or work.




    • Business Enterprise Program – Self employment opportunities are provided to legally blind persons. The program includes vending facility operations in public buildings, in private industry and in roadside rest areas of the interstate highway system.

Department of Social Services Continued,


    • Prevention of Blindness – Diagnostic services and needed eye care are provided to medically indigent persons in order to prevent blindness. Vision screening and glaucoma testing clinics are provided for early detection of eye pathology that could lead to blindness.




    • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program – Provides financial assistance to help pay heating bills during the months of October through March.


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