Address:106 S 1st StOskaloosa, IA 52577Map & Directions
Services: ASSESSOR OFFICE: Official who has the duty to value all real and personal property in the county as a basis for the county board to levy taxes
AUDITOR: Preserves integrity and fairness in the election process, and to maintain accurate and reliable financial records. Maintain and provides current real estate information and assessment maps
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: Responsible for the county policies, county budge, set county tax levy, approve bonds and reports, economic development for the county
COUNTY ATTORNEY : The attorney and legal advisor for the county who renders legal advice to county and district offices relative to official duties
DMV: DMV provides commercial and non commercial drivers license's, photo ID's, driving manuals, driving tests, driving records, school permits, and parking permits
GENERAL ASSISTANCE: Provides assistance on a temporary basis for a limited period of time It can be used to pay for basic needs that include rent/lot rent; interest on original mortgage; utilities-gas, electric, and water; burial; and food vouchers for clients who are unable to work County prescription information may be obtained here also Can not be on Subsidized Housing
RECORDER OFFICE: Issues licenses for birth, boating, death, fishing, hunting, marriage and snowmobiles
TREASURER OFFICE: This office does tax collection for the county, issues motor vehicle titles and registrations, driver's license, financial management of county revenues
VETERANS AFFAIRS: Helps wartime veterans and their families of a wartime veteran with rent, utilities and limited medical expenses in times of need.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
Address:205 S D StOskaloosa, IA 52577Map & Directions
Services: FORMULA/BABY FOOD: Provides formula and baby food
DIAPERS: Provides diapers and wipes
FOOD PANTRY: Food in emergency situations.
HYGIENE ITEMS: Provides basic hygiene items.
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 10 am-12 noon
Address:17624 210th StSigourney, IA 52591Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides food for the people living in Keokuk County and people traveling through
CHRISTMAS PROJECT: Purchase one item of clothing, toy, and game etc for each child.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am- 4:30 pm
Address:210 S Main StNorth English, IA 52316Map & Directions
Services: SENIOR DINING: Nutritious meal and socialization for seniors.
FOOD PANTRY: Food pantry only open when needed, delivers a five-day supply of food to those in need who reside within the English Valley School District.
HOME DELIVERED MEALS: Hot noon meal delivery to persons who are homebound, unable to cook and living alone Special diet requests accepted Frozen meal program that can serve as the 2nd meal, for weekends or to cover the holidays Liquid supplements and breakfast bags have been added to the program Some rural delivery Call for reservations 24 hours in advance.
TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM: RSVP staff will have volunteer drivers pick up persons to take to medical appointments.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Volunteers are needed to drive persons to appointments, etc Mileage will be paid to the driver Volunteers are also needed to do home-delivered meals and to help at senior dining site.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-1 pm
Address:1001 Main StEddyville, IA 52553Map & Directions
Services: FOOD PANTRY: Provides a food pantry for people living in the Eddyville-Blakesburg School District
Hours: Second and Fourth Sat of the month 9:30 am-11:30 am
Address:495 4th AveConroy, IA 52220Map & Directions
Services: GENERAL ASSISTANCE: Provides assistance on a temporary basis for a limited period of time It can be used to pay for basic needs that include rent/lot rent; interest on original mortgage; utilities-gas, electric, and water; burial; and food vouchers for clients who are unable to work Iowa County prescription information may be obtained here also Can not be on Subsidized Housing
Address:725 2nd St WOttumwa, IA 52501Map & Directions
Services: FAMILY DEVELOPMENT AND SELF SUFFICIENCY (FaDss): An intensive in-home program for families receiving income assistance from DHS Home visits are the foundation of SIEDA's FaDSS program Visits in the home allow the family and the specialist the opportunity to meet in a safe, non-threatening environment
NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE CENTER: This center provides outreach, information, referral services, holiday projects and serves as a single point of entry for all agency services such as Energy Assistance, Weatherization, and crisis payments This location has NEST Program Food Pantry and clothing room are housed here
NEST PROGRAM: An incentive-based, parent education and support program to pregnant women and children through 3 years of age The goal of the program is to prevent birth defects and improve the health of pregnant women and their babies by providing incentives to encourage early prenatal care and parent education.
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4:30 pm
Address:117 N Cooper Ave # 2Ottumwa, IA 52501Map & Directions
Services: ADVOCACY SERVICES: Action taken on behalf of an older person to secure rights or benefits Includes receiving investigating, and working to resolve dispute or complaints.
CAREGIVER SUPPORT: Iowa Family Caregiver Program connects caregivers to the many resources available such as planning assistance, referrals, training, respite care, support groups, and counseling
CASE MANAGEMENT SERVIES: Long term case/care management for seniors Assistance is provided in the form of access to or care coordination in circumstances where the older person and/or their caregiver are experiencing diminished functioning capacities, personal conditions, or other characteristics which require the provision of services by formal service providers.
CONGREGATE MEALS: Congregate Meals provide a nutritious meal and reduces isolation of older persons by combining food with friendship and socialization The program is available to persons 60 years of age and over and their spouse regardless of age, contributions accepted
FARMER'S MARKET VOUCHERS: Provides Farmer's Market Vouchers to persons 60 and older
HOME DELIVERED MEALS: Provisions of a meal to an eligible participant at the client's place of residence which complies with the dietary guidelines for Americans
INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE: Information and assistance is provided for all issues concerning aging
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES: This program may include medication management, screening, and education It may consist of review of a person's medication to assess interaction and/or the setup of medication by a pharmacist or a nurse that results in assisting a person to remain at home.
NUTRITION EDUCATION: A program to promote better health by providing accurate and culturally sensitive nutrition, physical fitness or health information and instruction to participants and caregivers in a group or individual setting.
Handicapped accessible, Transportation available, Utilizes volunteers, agency newsletter available pick up only
OTTUMWA SENIOR CENTER: Provide home delivered meals, congregate meals, outreach, information and assistance, reassurance, advocacy, senior recreation, public information, nutrition education, case management, transportation, handicapped accessible, Utilizes volunteers, newsletter available pick up only
OUREACH SERVICES: Interventions initiated by an agency organization for the purpose of identifying potential clients and encouraging their use of existing services ad benefits.
PUBLIC INFORMATION SERVICES: Provide information and referral to a client or a group to identify services that may be available.
REASSURANCE SERVICES: Contacting elderly persons to provide comfort and assistance.
TRANSPORTATION FOR SENIORS: Contract with agencies to provide transportation for seniors
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Address:301 N 2nd Ave ENewton, IA 50208Map & Directions
Services: WOMEN, INFANT, AND CHILDREN'S SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM (WIC) provides coupons for fruits, vegetables, whole grains, milk, cheese, juice, cereal, peanut butter, and/or beans to pregnant / breast feeding women and children, less than 5 years of age Infants are eligible to receive infant formula Breast feeding women receive additional foods on their checks. WIC participants meet income guidelines of 185% poverty or below Income is verified every 6 months.
LOCATIONS: Newton WIC at the Newton Salvation Army; Colfax WIC at the Howard Street Christian Church Appointments are strongly recommended and can be scheduled by calling the toll free number, 1-800-390-5293.
Hours: Newton: 1st Mon 9 am-3 pm; 2nd Tue 10 am-6 pm; 2nd Wed 8:30 am-4 pm; Colfax- 2nd Tue 9 am-12:30 pm
Services: SALVATION ARMY - JASPER COUNTY provides food, clothing, household items, emergency shelter in declared disaster, rent and utility assistance Counseling services with pastoral care and referrals to other agencies upon client's needs
BRANCH OFFICES: Operate thrift store, 114 E. 3rd Street North
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm, Food Pantry Mon-Fri 10 am-11:45 am and 1 pm-3 pm