Resources

Community Resources Assistance

Abuse

  • Child Abuse

    Child Safe of Central MO Inc


    Provider: Child Safe of Central MO Inc.



    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:



    Coordinate a multidisciplinary team approach to child sexual abuse investigations: Videotaped forensic interviews of alleged child abuse victims, conducted in a child-friendly environment by a specially trained interviewer; child advocacy; SAFE-CARE medical exams on-site. On-site counseling services are also currently available until the end of 2010.



    Also provide community education concerning child abuse; mandated reporter training



    Services available to: Alleged child abuse victims.



    Community education regarding prevention and information on child sexual abuse to groups – no limit on number



    Mandated Reporter training available to groups



    When: Interview services available only upon referral from Children’s Division or law enforcement. Monday-Friday 8-5 with emergency hours available as needed. Medical SAFE-CARE exams available by appointment – no emergency services for medical exams.



    Location of service/presentation: In-house services provided at 102 E. 10th, Sedalia, MO for 11 mid-Missouri counties, including Benton County.



    Will go to group location for community education.



    Estimated Cost: All services are provided free of charge, including SAFE-CARE medical exams.



    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:



    Referrals for forensic interview of alleged child abuse victim must come from Children’s Division or law enforcement. There must be a child abuse/neglect hotline or law enforcement report.



    Child Safe of Central MO Inc.



    102 E. 10th



    Sedalia, MO 65301



    660-829-3434


    Toll Free: 888-829-3434



    www.childsafehouse.org



    info@childsafehouse.org



    For Educational Programs contact Carolyn Green, Executive Director at above phone number or cgreen@childsafehouse.org


  • Domestic Abuse

    Place at the Lake

    Provider: Place at the Lake



    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:



    Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline: 1-866-374-9044



    This organization coordinates shelter for victims of domestic abuse and has a support group.



    To help victims of domestic abuse, they operate PAL’s Treasures, a thrift shop at 201 Main Street in Lincoln 65338.



    Services available to: Individuals and families



    When: As needed



    Location of service/presentation: Benton County



    Estimated Cost: Free



    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:



    Phone: 660-547-2611 Office and PAL’s Treasures Thrift Shop, 201 Main St. Lincoln, MO.

  • Victims’ Advocate

    Provider: Benton County Victims’ Advocate



    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:



    Assistance for persons who have been the victim of crime including:



    Assistance filing for ex-parte orders


    Information about the criminal justice system


    Support and advocacy during court proceedings


    Restitution information and assistance


    Referrals to other agencies


    Probation and parole information


    Services available to: Victims of crime



    When: As needed



    Location of service/presentation: Benton County Court House Annex on the square in Warsaw, 100 W. Washington



    Estimated Cost: Free



    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:



    Nancy Leonard, Benton County Victims’ Advocate 660-438-5209, Benton County Court House Annex, 100 W. Washington, PO Box 937, Warsaw, MO 65355.

Addiction

  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    Provider: Alcoholics Anonymous


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Group support to help individuals get sober and stay sober.


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When : See below.


    Location of service/presentation: Coach House Apartments, 604 West Jackson Street, Apartment 12, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    For additional information, call Rex at 660-438-2078 or Carol at 660-438-9026.


    www.wamo-aa.org


    Meeting Schedule: As of June 2010


    There are two groups. They meet in the same location. One is the Dirty Dozen and the other is the Truman Dam Group


    Sunday: 10:00 AM-Closed, Spiritual (3rd Step)


    6:00 PM-Open AA Discussion, Truman Dam Group


    Truman Dam Birthday Last Sunday of Month,


    6:00 PM Potluck, 7:00 PM Speaker Meeting


    Monday: 10:00AM-Closed, Discussion, Truman Dam Group


    Tuesday: 7:00 PM-Closed AA-Big Book/Step Study, Truman Dam Group


    Wednesday: 10:00AM-Closed AA-“As Bill Sees It”, Discussion, Truman Dam Group


    8:00PM-Closed AA-Discussion, Dirty Dozen


    Thursday: 10:00AM Non-smoking-Closed, AA Truman Dam Group


    7:00PM-Closed AA, Discussion, Truman Dam Group


    Friday: 10:00 AM, Closed AA, Discussion, Non-smoking, Truman Dam Group


    Saturday: 10:00AM, Closed AA, Discussion, Truman Dam Group


    Saturday: 8:00 PM,Open AA, Discussion, Dirty Dozen


    Dirty Dozen Birthday Last Saturday of the month, 7:00 PM potluck,


    8:00 PM Speaker Meeting




    Al-Anon and Alateen

    Provider: Al-Anon and Alateen


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Support group to help all who have been affected by someone else’s drinking can find solutions that lead to serenity.


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: Every Thursday at 7 PM


    Location of service/presentation: 604 W. Jackson Street, Room 12 of the Coach House Apartments, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service


    For information, call Pat 660-438-2078, Renee’ 660-438-4565, Shirley 660-477-3337.


    - Pathways

    Provider: Pathways Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Pathways provides alcohol treatment on an outpatient basis.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups


    When: By appointment or check with the receptionist to learn about available groups


    Location of service/presentation: Pathways Warsaw Office located in the J&D Pharmacy Building, 1330 Commercial, Warsaw, MO 65355


    Estimated Cost: Varies by service/program


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    888-403-1071


    Pathways Warsaw Office


    17571 N. Dam Access Rd


    Warsaw, MO 65355


    660.428.1280


    www.pathwaysonline.org

  • Drug

    Narcotics Anonymous

    Provider: Narcotics Anonymous


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Support group to help individuals stop using drugs.


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: Mondays, 7:00 PM Closed meeting; Friday, 7:00 PM Open meeting


    Location of service/presentation: 604 W. Jackson, Coach Apartments, Room #12, Ground Floor, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Visit our meeting.



    Pathways

    Provider: Pathways Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Pathways provides drug treatment on an outpatient basis.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups


    When: By appointment or check with the receptionist to learn about available groups


    Location of service/presentation: Pathways Warsaw Office located in Harbor Village, 17571 N. Dam Access Rd, Warsaw, MO 65355


    Estimated Cost: Varies by service/program


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    888-403-1071


    Pathways Warsaw Office


    17571 N. Dam Access Rd


    Warsaw, MO 65355


    660.428.1280


    www.pathwaysonline.org

  • Smoking

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    FREEDOM FROM SMOKING


    Smokers who are ready to kick the habit can find the support and resources they need to be successful through our smoking cessation course. We follow the American Lung Association’s eight-session “Freedom from Smoking” program.


    During the first three sessions, participants prepare a plan for quitting. The fourth session is “quit day,” and sessions five through eight are about maintaining a smoke-free life. Each session features activities and assignments that provide participants with the tools to quit smoking. The process includes both individual and group work.


    Sessions are offered on a periodic basis throughout the year. The cost is $45 per person. Call Community Outreach at (660) 827-9138 for more information.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: Call for session dates and times.

    Location of service/presentation: Contact Community Outreach for location(s)

    Estimated Cost: $45

    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No

    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:

    Community Outreach

    660-827-9138

    classes@brhc.org

    601 E. 14th Street, Sedalia, MO 65301



    Katy Trail Health Clinic

    Provider: Katy Trail Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Katy Trail Community Health Clinic has a program that can help you quit smoking.


    Maybe you have tried to quit smoking before. No matter how many times you have tried, this time can be different with our new program to help you quit. We are now providing Auricular Therapy to help our patients quit smoking.


    What is Auricular Therapy? Auricular Therapy is FDA approved safe, helpful treatment of the nerves on the ears.


    Auricular Therapy is offered at Katy Trail Community Health in Warsaw. Call today to make an appointment with one of our providers and see if this treatment is best for you.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: By Appointment


    Location of service/presentation: 17571 N Dam Access Rd, inside Harbor Village, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: $25 per session


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Katy Trail Community Health Clinic


    1-877-733-5824

Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Ms. Judy Harris

    Ms. Judy Harris

    Provider: Ms. Judy Harris, Alzheimer’s Association


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Association representative, Ms. Judy Harris has personal experience with the family challenges brought by Alzheimer’s Disease. She has led support groups and presented classes on the subject. Call her if you need help or information.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups


    When : As needed


    Location of service/presentation: Benton County and area


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    www.alz.org Call Judy Harris at 660-668-4432.


  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Ranae Walrath, sponsored by Golden Valley Memorial Hospital



    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Support for families effected by Alzheimer Disease


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: 2nd Thursday of the month at 10:00 am


    Location of service/presentation: Ben Franklin Coffee House on Downtown Square, 106 South Main Street, Clinton, MO


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Ranae Walrath

    ARW0035@mail2.goldenliving.com

  • Cole Camp Senior Center

    Cole Camp Senior Center

    Provider: Dee Locke, sponsored by Care Connection



    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Support for families effected by Alzheimer Disease


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: 1st Wednesday of the month at 1:00 pm


    Location of service/presentation: Cole Camp Senior Center, 206 E. Junge St., Cole Camp, MO


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:

    Dee Locke, Phone: 660-438-3300 ext 3 or 

    Alzheimer's Assoc. 800-272-3900, www.alz.org/greatermissouri

Arthritis

  • Care Connection—Senior Center (Exercise Programs for Arthritis)

    Exercise Programs for  Arthritis

    Provider: Care Connection for Aging Services


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: A variety of evidence-based group physical fitness programs are offered through the local senior centers.


    Enhance Fitness – offered at Cole Camp Senior Center is intended to provide physical activity with class including specific strengthening exercises for major muscle groups and 30 minutes of endurance-type activity


    Arthritis Foundation Exercise is offered at Warsaw Senior Center.  It is designed to help individuals with joint and/or muscle problems improve their joint mobility, muscle strength and endurance offered at the Warsaw Senior Center at Harbor Village, 17571 North Dam Access Road.


    Tai Chi for Health designed to improve flexibility, muscle strength, posture alignment, and balance offered at the Warsaw Senior Center at Harbor Village, 17571 North Dam Access Road.


    Arm Chair Physical Fitness Program is offered at Cole Camp Senior Center.


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: Days and Times vary


    Location of service/presentation: Cole Camp and Warsaw Senior Centers.


    Estimated Cost: varies


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Local Senior Center Coordinator—Warsaw 660-438-3300, Cole Camp 660-668-2352

  • University of Missouri Extension

    University of Missouri Extension


    Providers:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Missouri Arthritis & Osteoporosis Foundation


    MU School of Health Professions


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program Name: Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program


    Program Description: Uses gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility and range- of-motion. All of the exercises can be modified to meet participants’ needs. Trained instructors also include relaxation techniques and health education topics. Classes typically meet for 1 hour 2 -3 times per week.


    Services available to: Groups of not less than 5


    When:


    Classes held minimum of 2 times per year and usually scheduled upon request.


    Interested participants can contact the Pettis County MU Extension office for more information or to sign-up for classes.


    Sign-up sheet kept at office. Classes scheduled once minimum participant quota met.


    Classes are also available for worksites, community groups, agencies and/or organizations.


    Location of service/presentation:


    MU Extension-Pettis Co. Office OR


    Host site/facility


    Estimated Cost: $5.00


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance?


    No, however scholarship assistance is available for those who qualify.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Pettis County


    1012-A Thompson Blvd.


    Sedalia, MO 65301


    Ph: (660) 827-0591


    Informational flyer available upon request

  • Care Connection–Senior Center

    Care Connection–Senior Center


    Providers:

    Care Connection–Senior Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Toolkit includes the basic building blocks needed to create a personal approach to managing arthritis and related conditions, including osteoporosis and fibromyalgia, at home.  The toolkit includes The Arthritis Helpbook, exercise & relaxation CDs, and information packets that encourage goal-setting & action-planning.  The toolkits can be checked out for 6 weeks.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When Through checkout process


    Location of service/presentation: Care Connection for Aging Services – Benton County


    Estimated Cost free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Cole Camp Senior Center, 206 Junge Street, Cole Camp, MO 65325, 660-668-2352

    Provider: Care Connection–Senior Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity Toolkit for arthritis.  See below for the fibromyalgia toolkit.  This toolkit, in booklet form, is distributed through a partnership with the American Pain Foundation.  Articles included in the toolkit include basic information about fibromyalgia, easing depression and anxiety, living well with fibromyalgia, and tips for finding experts and talking with health care providers.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: Through check-out process


    Location of service/presentation: Care Connection for Aging Services Senior Centers


    Estimated Cost free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Cole Camp Senior Center, 206 Junge Street, Cole Camp, MO 65325, 660-668-2352

  • University of Missouri Extension

    University of Missouri Extension


    Missouri Arthritis & Osteoporosis Foundation


    MU School of Health Professions


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program Name: Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program


    Program Description: Uses gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility and range- of-motion. All of the exercises can be modified to meet participants’ needs. Trained instructors also include relaxation techniques and health education topics. Classes typically meet for 1 hour 2 -3 times per week.


    Services available to: Groups of not less than 5


    When:


    Classes held minimum of 2 times per year and usually scheduled upon request.


    Interested participants can contact the Pettis County MU Extension office for more information or to sign-up for classes.


    Sign-up sheet kept at office. Classes scheduled once minimum participant quota met.


    Classes are also available for worksites, community groups, agencies and/or organizations.


    Location of service/presentation:


    MU Extension-Pettis Co. Office OR


    Host site/facility


    Estimated Cost: $5.00


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance?


    No, however scholarship assistance is available for those who qualify.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Pettis County


    1012-A Thompson Blvd.


    Sedalia, MO 65301


    Ph: (660) 827-0591


    Informational flyer available upon request

Cancer

  • Benton County Cancer Fund

    Benton County Cancer Fund

    Provider: Benton County Cancer Fund


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Limited financial assistance for Benton County residents who have been diagnosed with cancer. Complete a short registration form certified by your doctor and submit bills for mileage, housing, meals, medicine, equipment, wigs, nutritional supplements and supplies.


    Services available to: Benton County residents diagnosed with cancer


    When: As requested


    Location of service/presentation:


    Registration forms available at the Benton County Health Department, 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Contact: June Walthall 660-438-5753 or Myra Reser 660-547-3685

  • American Cancer Society, Bothwell Regional Health Center

    American Cancer Society, Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: American Cancer Society


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    An American Cancer Society Community Representative conducts ACS Days in the lobby of Bothwell Health Center -Truman Lake from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Tuesday. An ACS representative also visits Bothwell’s Cancer Center Lobby in Sedalia from 9 to 11 a.m. every other Wednesday. Patients can be screened for eligibility for travel assistance (ACS gas cards), wigs, nutritional supplements, disease specific support groups, etc.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: Bothwell Health Center – Truman Lake 10 AM-4 PM Tuesdays


    Bothwell Cancer Center Lobby, Sedalia 9-11 AM alternating Wednesdays


    Location of service/presentation: Warsaw and Sedalia, see above


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Walk-in services available as noted above.

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital Social Work


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Support for Cancer Patients


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting


    When: Contact GVMH Social Work for next Support Group meeting time and place


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Facilitated by GVMH Social Work


    Sherry Hartner, RN


    shartner@gvmh.org


    660-890-7297

Cardio (Heart)

  • Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    You may not be a medical professional, but you may one day have an opportunity to help save a life by knowing CPR. Several times during the year, Bothwell offers a half-day course to teach participants how to provide CPR to an adult, child or infant and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for adults and children. Participants also may add an optional half-day course on first aid for adults and children. Typical participants in these classes include corporate and retail employees, security, law enforcement, health and fitness staff, parents and grandparents. Special classes can be arranged for large groups.


    The credentialed course curriculum is provided by the American Heart Association and includes a skills test. CPR and AED completion cards are presented. The course does not meet the special requirements for health-care provider certification.


    The cost is $35 per person for either CPR or First Aid, or $50 per person to take both classes. Class sizes are limited and require registration. For more information or to find out class dates, e-mail classes@brhc.org or call (660) 827-9138.


    Services available to: Individuals or groups


    When: Periodically as indicated by registration


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 14th Street and South Ingram Avenue, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: $35 per person for either CPR or First Aid, or $50 per person to take both classes.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Community Outreach Coordinator, Stephanie Fraley, (660) 827-9138,classes@brhc.org


    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

  • Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Cardiac Rehabilitation is a four-phase, medically supervised exercise therapy program designed to help people with heart disease to return to a productive life by improving their health through physical activity.


    The Cardiac Rehab program uses a multi-disciplinary approach of structured, progressive physical activity administered by trained therapists. Program participants and their families are educated about recognizing, preventing and treating cardiovascular disease.


    Special emphasis is placed on modifying risk factors and recovering from the physical and psycho-social aspects of heart disease.


    The outpatient cardiac rehabilitation is for patients who have been diagnosed with heart disease, which includes those who have suffered a heart attack or had heart surgeries. One phase of the program is applicable to those with cardiovascular risk factors, but who haven’t necessarily been diagnosed with a heart disease, including spouses of patients.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: By appointment


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: Many cardiac rehabilitation services are covered by most insurance packages including Medicare/Medicaid, depending on the clinical diagnosis. Pre-approval is required by some insurance providers.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: For more information contact Cardiac Rehabilitation at (660) 827-9556.

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Provides supervised outpatient exercise program for individuals with known cardiac disease or chronic lung disorders.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: By appointment


    Location of service/presentation: Golden Valley Memorial Rehab & Wellness in Clinton and Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Costs vary


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Must be referred by physician. For information call 660-438-5193.

Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) & Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training

  • Benton County Health Department

    Benton County Health Department

    Provider: Benton County Health Department


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Training classes for CPR, First Aid, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for the general public. Basic Life Support Instructor (BLS) for healthcare providers.


    Services available to: Groups


    When: By appointment– two-six hours depending on class


    Location of service/presentation: Varies


    Estimated Cost: Varies


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Brooke Daleske, 660-438-2876 extension 236.

  • Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    You may not be a medical professional, but you may one day have an opportunity to help save a life by knowing CPR. Several times during the year, Bothwell offers a half-day course to teach participants how to provide CPR to an adult, child or infant and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for adults and children. Participants also may add an optional half-day course on first aid for adults and children. Typical participants in these classes include corporate and retail employees, security, law enforcement, health and fitness staff, parents and grandparents. Special classes can be arranged for large groups.


    The credentialed course curriculum is provided by the American Heart Association and includes a skills test. CPR and AED completion cards are presented. The course does not meet the special requirements for health-care provider certification.


    The cost is $35 per person for either CPR or First Aid, or $50 per person to take both classes. Class sizes are limited and require registration. For more information or to find out class dates, e-mail classes@brhc.org or call (660) 827-9138.


    Services available to: Individuals or groups


    When: Periodically as indicated by registration


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 14th Street and South Ingram Avenue, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: $35 per person for either CPR or First Aid, or $50 per person to take both classes.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Community Outreach Coordinator, Stephanie Fraley, (660) 827-9138,classes@brhc.org

Child and Family-Related Topics

  • Babysitter Training

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program: Safe Sitter


    If your child is ready to enter the world of babysitting, make sure he or she is fully prepared by attending our Safe Sitter Program. Our comprehensive one-day course will help young people be safer, more confident caregivers and give them the resources they need to succeed.


    New babysitters will learn about how to handle crises, keep their charges secure and nurture young children. Students learn about injury management, childcare essentials, injury prevention, behavior management, the business of babysitting and how to care for a choking child or infant. Course materials are designed for children ages 11 to 13.


    Class sizes are limited. They fill quickly.


    Services available to: Ages 11-13


    When: Call for times and dates.


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 14th Street and South Ingram Avenue, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: $35. Fees must be received at least one week prior to the class date.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Community Outreach Coordinator Stephanie Fraley, (660) 827-9138,sfraley@brhc.org




    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program: Safe Sitter


    Becoming a Safe Sitter® means you’ll gain confidence and learn how to handle situations that may happen on the job. This knowledge will help you in the future too!


    How, why and where injuries happen so you can prevent them from happening in the first place.

  • Breastfeeding and Child Birth Classes

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Share Infant and Pregnancy Loss Support Group: Share serves those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first months of life. The purpose is to provide support toward positive resolution of grief experienced at the time of, or following the death of a baby. Support encompasses emotional, physical, spiritual and social healing, as well as sustaining the family unit. The group will provide information, education and resources on the needs and rights of the bereaved parents and siblings.


    Services available to: anyone who has suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, regardless of how long ago or where.


    When: First Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.


    Location of service/presentation: Medical Plaza Classroom-2nd Floor in Clinton.


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Facilitated by:


    Kelsey Himes


    gvmhsharegroup@yahoo.com


    660-890-8452


    How to decide how serious a problem is if someone is injured.

    How to get help if you need it.

    How to keep yourself safe when babysitting.

    How a child’s age affects how to care for them.

    How to prevent problem behavior.

    How to rescue a choking infant or child.

    How to run your babysitting business


    Services available to: Groups ages 11-13


    When: Two summer classes to choose from.  Call for information.


    Location of service/presentation: Golden Valley Memorial Health care offers classes at the Clinton Community Center.


    Estimated Cost: $35. Due at time of registration. Scholarships available.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:GVMH Marketing & PR Coordinator, Kelly Lasswell, (660) 890-8451, klasswell@gvmh.org

  • Childbirth and Newborn Education

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program: Safe Sitter


    If your child is ready to enter the world of babysitting, make sure he or she is fully prepared by attending our Safe Sitter Program. Our comprehensive one-day course will help young people be safer, more confident caregivers and give them the resources they need to succeed.


    New babysitters will learn about how to handle crises, keep their charges secure and nurture young children. Students learn about injury management, childcare essentials, injury prevention, behavior management, the business of babysitting and how to care for a choking child or infant. Course materials are designed for children ages 11 to 13.


    Class sizes are limited. They fill quickly.


    Services available to: Ages 11-13


    When: Call for times and dates.


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 14th Street and South Ingram Avenue, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: $35. Fees must be received at least one week prior to the class date.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Community Outreach Coordinator Stephanie Fraley, (660) 827-9138,sfraley@brhc.org




    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Medical Health (GVMH) Birthing Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Classes to teach new parents about stages of pregnancy, handling labor and delivery, pain management, postpartum care and care of the newborn.


    Services available to: Pregnant parents.


    When: Scheduled bi-monthly


    Location of service/presentation: GVMH Medical Plaza in Clinton


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    GVMH Birthing Center at 660-890-7371.

  • Infant and Pregnancy Loss Support Group

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Share Infant and Pregnancy Loss Support Group: Share serves those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first months of life. The purpose is to provide support toward positive resolution of grief experienced at the time of, or following the death of a baby. Support encompasses emotional, physical, spiritual and social healing, as well as sustaining the family unit. The group will provide information, education and resources on the needs and rights of the bereaved parents and siblings.


    Services available to: anyone who has suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, regardless of how long ago or where.


    When: First Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.


    Location of service/presentation: Medical Plaza Classroom-2nd Floor in Clinton.


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Facilitated by:


    Kelsey Himes


    gvmhsharegroup@yahoo.com


    660-890-8452

  • Nutrition

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: WIC– Women, Infants and Children Program


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    This program provides supplemental nutritious foods and nutrition counseling for eligible pregnant and nursing women, infants and children to age five.


    Services available to: Eligible individuals


    When: By appointment Tuesday-Thursday in Warsaw and the first Tuesday of the month in Cole Camp.


    Location of service/presentation: In Warsaw at the Benton County Health Dept. 1238 Commercial St. and in Cole Camp at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (enter through basement).


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Jeanine Lear, 660-438-2876 extension 215 at the Benton County Health Dept. 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw.




    WIC (Women Infants and Children), Benton County Health Dept.

    Provider: WIC– Women, Infants and Children Program


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    This program provides supplemental nutritious foods and nutrition counseling for eligible pregnant and nursing women, infants and children to age five.


    Services available to: Eligible individuals


    When: By appointment Tuesday-Thursday in Warsaw and the first Tuesday of the month in Cole Camp.


    Location of service/presentation: In Warsaw at the Benton County Health Dept. 1238 Commercial St. and in Cole Camp at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (enter through basement).


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Jeanine Lear, 660-438-2876 extension 215 at the Benton County Health Dept. 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw.

  • Parenting

    University of Missouri Extension

    Providers:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Arthritis Foundation


    Missouri Arthritis & Osteoporosis Program


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program Name: Arthritis Self-Help Program


    Program Description: Helps people learn and practice the skills needed to handle the day to day challenges of the disease and the confidence to carry it out. It addresses arthritis and other related conditions, including osteoporosis and fibromyalgia. Classes meet for 2 hours, once a week for 6 weeks.


    Services available to: Groups of not less than 5


    When:


    Classes held periodically throughout the year.


    Interested participants can contact their Regional Arthritis Center (RAC). RAC information located at http://www.moarthritis.org/.


    Location of service/presentation: Various locations/sites.


    Estimated Cost: Less than $10 OR Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Amber Phelps


    Central Missouri Regional Arthritis Center


    MU – School of Health Professions


    1205 University Ave, Ste 1100


    Columbia, MO 65211


    Phone: (573) 882-8097


    Fax: (573) 884-5412


    www.moarthritis.org

  • Children & Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) Program

    Bureau of Special Health Care Needs

    Provider: Region 3- DHSS 


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: The CYSHCN Program provides assistance statewide for individuals from birth to age 21 who have or are at increased risk for a medical condition that may hinder their normal physical growth and development and who require more medical services than children and youth generally. The Program focuses on early identification and service coordination for individuals who meet medical eligibility guidelines. As payer of last resort, the CYSHCN Program provides limited funding for medically necessary diagnostic and treatment services for individuals whose families also meet financial eligibility guidelines.


    Services available to: Those who meet guidelines (Missouri resident, birth to 21 years, have an eligible special health care need, meet financial guidelines)


    When:


    Location of service/presentation: At the Henry County Health Center, 1800 Community Drive Suite A, Clinton, MO.


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Lauren Bauer, Henry County Health Center, Phone: 660-351-6992, Fax: 660-885-7744, Email: lauren.bauer@lpha.mo.gov

  • Weight Control Resource Directory for Children

    Benton County Health Department

    Provider: Taskforce to Reduce Obesity, Benton County Health Department


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Online listing of internet resources, organizations that provide recreational activities, Benton County recreational locations and facilities, and support from healthcare providers. There is also a limited supply of resource directory packets.


    Services available to: All


    When:


    Location of service/presentation: At the Benton County Health Department, 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw and on our website: http://benton.lphamo.org/. Go to the resources section.


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Benton County Health Department, 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw and internet access through the Benton County Health Department website: http://benton.lphamo.org/. Go to the resources section.

Chronic Disease (ALL)

  • Benton County Health Department, Home Health Division

    Benton County Health Department, Home Health Division

    Provider: Benton County Health Department, Home Health Division


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Information for homebound individuals who are newly diagnosed or who have developed complications of a chronic disease.  This information will promote self-management skills for the patient.  They will learn about their condition and develop skills to help them become independent in their home. Training may include assistance from a licensed nurse, physical therapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist and home health aides.


    Services available to: Individuals who are homebound and their caregivers.  A doctor’s order is required.


    When: As needed


    Location of service/presentation: In the person’s home


    Estimated Cost: $95 per visit


    If there is a cost, is it usually covered by health insurance? Yes, it is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and some private insurance companies.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: Benton County Health Department, Home Health Division, 660-438-2876


    Care Connection—Senior Center

    University of Missouri Extension

  • Care Connection—Senior Center

    Care Connection—Senior Center

    Provider: Care Connection—Senior Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Designed to promote self management of chronic diseases among participants. The classes meet for two hours each week for 6 weeks and are led by two trained, certified leaders. Participants learn self-management techniques throughout the classes. Topics covered include pain management, nutrition, exercise, relaxation and stress management, problem solving and action plans.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups of not less than 5.


    When: Periodically as indicated by registration


    Location of service/presentation: Warsaw Senior Center at Harbor Village, 17571 North Dam Access Road.


    Estimated Cost: $20


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Local Senior Center Coordinator—Warsaw 438-3300 or Cole Camp 668-2352

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    University of Missouri Extension

    Providers:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Missouri Arthritis & Osteoporosis Foundation


    MU School of Health Professions


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Program Name: Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program


    Program Description: Uses gentle activities to help increase joint flexibility and range- of-motion. All of the exercises can be modified to meet participants’ needs. Trained instructors also include relaxation techniques and health education topics. Classes typically meet for 1 hour 2 -3 times per week.


    Services available to: Groups of not less than 5


    When:


    Classes held minimum of 2 times per year and usually scheduled upon request.


    Interested participants can contact the Pettis County MU Extension office for more information or to sign-up for classes.


    Sign-up sheet kept at office. Classes scheduled once minimum participant quota met.


    Classes are also available for worksites, community groups, agencies and/or organizations.


    Location of service/presentation:


    MU Extension-Pettis Co. Office OR


    Host site/facility


    Estimated Cost: $5.00


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance?


    No, however scholarship assistance is available for those who qualify.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    University of Missouri Extension


    Pettis County


    1012-A Thompson Blvd.


    Sedalia, MO 65301


    Ph: (660) 827-0591


    Informational flyer available upon request


Dental

  • Katy Trail Health Clinic

    Katy Trail Health Clinic

    Provider:  Katy Trail Community Health


    The purpose of Katy Trail Community Health Dental is to decrease the existing dental disease burden in the target population and prevent disease from starting in the youngest members of the population. Treatment services that take care of pain or prevent disease are given higher priority than services that correct damage caused by disease. The dentists at Katy Trail Community Health strive to provide outstanding full range of dental care with a focus on understanding children. We accept all MO Healthnet programs for children and pregnant women. We also accept most insurances.


    Dental program services include:


    Call Katy Trail Community Health at 1-877-733-5824 to set up a dental appointment.

Depression

  • Katy Trail Health Clinic

    Katy Trail Health Clinic

    Provider: Katy Trail Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Counseling and medication management for acute depression and referral for chronic serious depression.


    Services available to: Established Patients at Katy Trail Community Health


    When: By Appointment


    Location of service/presentation: 17571 N Dam Access Rd, inside Harbor Village, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Sliding fee for uninsured: $25, $35, $45, or $50 per appointment.


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Call 1-877-733-5824 to make and appointment and become an established patient.

  • Pathways

    Pathways

    Provider: Pathways Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Pathways provides comprehensive mental health services including individual and group counseling on an outpatient basis. Suicide prevention training is available for groups.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups


    When: by appointment or check with the receptionist to learn about available groups


    Location of service/presentation: Pathways Warsaw Office located in the J&D Pharmacy Building, 1330 Commercial, Warsaw, MO 65355


    Estimated Cost: Varies by service/program


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    888-403-1071


    Pathways Warsaw Office


    17571 N. Dam Access Rd


    Warsaw, MO 65355


    660.428.1280


    www.pathwaysonline.org

Diabetes

  • Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Diabetes Education Program provides individuals with diabetes the skills and knowledge needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle and reduce the risk of long-term complications. The Bothwell Regional Health Center Diabetes Self Education Program has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education.


    Our Diabetes Education Program offers a variety of services provided by certified diabetes instructors. Services include individual sessions and group classes, nutrition therapy, blood glucose monitoring, insulin and insulin pump training, continuous glucose monitoring and gestational diabetes education.


    Topics covered in our comprehensive program include medication, nutrition, physical activity, monitoring and complications.


    A Diabetes Support Group meets to provide information and support to diabetic patients and family members. The support group is offered free of charge at 11:00 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at the Bothwell Education Center, 600 E. 14th St., (corner of 14th and Ingram) in Sedalia.


    Services available to: Individuals and groups


    When: By appointment


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Health Center — Truman Lake, Warsaw and Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: Medicare and most insurance plans cover the services with your physician’s referral. Contact Bothwell’s Diabetes Education program for assistance in obtaining a referral.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service: (660)827-9334

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial HealthCare


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    The GVMH Diabetes Program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. The program offers both individual and group sessions. Patients will meet with both a Registered Nurse and Registered Dietitian, which are both Certified Diabetes Educators (CDE). The program also offers a Gestational Diabetes Program. Insulin Pump initiation and a Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS) is also available


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups of not less than 2


    When: Registered Nurse: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.


    Registered Dietitian: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The dietitian does see patients at the GVMH Warsaw Clinic on the 2ndThursday of the month.


    Location of service/presentation:


    Golden Valley Memorial HealthCare – Clinton, MO 64735


    Estimated Cost: Group Classes (8.5 hours) $950 approximate


    Individual Visit (1 hour) with Nurse $122 approximate


    Individual Visit (1 hour) with Dietitian $186 approximate


    Scholarships are available for patients and GVMH does offer financial assistance.  Most insurance companies cover 80% of the cost


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Marci Fandrich


    Diabetes Services Scheduler


    1600 N. Second Street 1600 N. Second Street


    Clinton, MO 64735 Clinton, MO 64735


    660-885-2253, Ext 6081 660-890-7084


    Fax: 660-885-3679 Fax: 660-885-3679


    mfandrich@gvmh.org

  • Katy Trail Community Health

    Katy Trail Community Health

    Provider: Katy Trail Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Diabetes management


    Services available to: Established patients at Katy Trail Community Health


    When: By Appointment


    Location of service/presentation: 17571 N Dam Access Rd,  inside Harbor Village, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: $25, $35, $45 or $50 per appointment for those who qualify for the Sliding Fee Scale.


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Call 1-877-733-5824 to make and appointment and become an established patient.

  • Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: All people with diabetes and their family members are invited to attend the Diabetes Support Group at no cost. The purpose of the group is to provide support to individuals and their families who have diabetes in an environment where they can share their feelings and gain valuable tips from others who are in the same situation.


    Studies show that attending a diabetes support group can help reduce stress and have a positive effect on the health of those with diabetes. Information on a variety of topics related to diabetes is provided to help individuals better manage their condition.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: 11:00 a.m. on the third Tuesday of each month


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 600 E. 14thSt., Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    For more information contact the Diabetes Education Department at


    (660) 827-9334.

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Support group


    Services available to: Individuals with diabetes and caregivers.


    When: 2nd Thursday of every month at 10:30 a.m. in Clinton


    2nd Tuesday of every other month at 10:30 a.m. in Windsor


    Location of service/presentation: GVMH Medical Plaza in Clinton


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Call GVMH Diabetes Services. 660-890-7084.


Fibromyalgia

  • See Arthritis

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    To educate people about the grieving process. To bring people together to share and help each other grieve after the loss of a loved one. To emphasize that each person’s grief is individual, no two people grieve exactly alike, and that grieving is a lengthy process that takes longer than is generally recognized by society.


    The goal of healing a loss is to remember the person you love without the constant overwhelming pain of the loss.


    When: Call for dates / times.

    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Education Center, 600 E. 14th St., Sedalia


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Contact: Stephanie Fraley, Community Outreach, (660) 827-9138

Lungs, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

  • Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

    Golden Valley Memorial Hospital


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Provides supervised outpatient exercise program for individuals with known cardiac disease or chronic lung disorders.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: By appointment


    Location of service/presentation: Golden Valley Memorial Rehab & Wellness in Clinton and Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Costs vary


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Must be referred by physician. For information call 660-438-5193.

Mental Health

  • Pathways

    Pathways

    Provider: Pathways Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Pathways provides comprehensive mental health services including individual and group counseling on an outpatient basis. Suicide prevention training available for groups.


    Services available to: Individuals or Groups


    When: by appointment or check with the receptionist to learn about available groups


    Location of service/presentation: Pathways Warsaw Office located in the J&D Pharmacy Building, 1330 Commercial, Warsaw, MO 65355


    Estimated Cost: Varies by service/program


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? Yes


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    888-403-1071


    Pathways Warsaw Office


    17571 N. Dam Access Rd


    Warsaw, MO 65355


    660.428.1280


    www.pathwaysonline.org

Physical Fitness

  • Weight Control

    Care Connection—Senior Center

    Provider: Care Connection for Aging Services


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: A variety of evidence-based group physical fitness programs are offered through the local senior centers.


    Enhance Fitness – offered at Cole Camp Senior Center is intended to provide physical activity with class including specific strengthening exercises for major muscle groups and 30 minutes of endurance-type activity


    Arthritis Foundation Exercise is offered at Warsaw Senior Center.  It is designed to help individuals with joint and/or muscle problems improve their joint mobility, muscle strength and enduranc.


    Tai Chi for Health designed to improve flexibility, muscle strength, posture alignment, and balance offered at both Cole Camp and Warsaw Senior Centers; and Arm Chair physical fitness program offered at Cole Camp Senior Center.


    Services available to: Individuals in group setting


    When: Varies


    Location of service/presentation: Cole Camp and Warsaw Senior Centers


    Estimated Cost: varies


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Local Senior Center Coordinator—Warsaw 438-3300, Cole Camp 668-2352




    City of Warsaw Parks & Recreation

    Provider: City of Warsaw Parks and Recreation


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Check with them to see what classes and sports are available and what events are planned.


    The following are examples of programs that have been offered: step aerobics, stretching for fitness, martial arts classes, bicycling events, golf events, water aerobics, tennis classes, father and daughter tea, Halloween Party.


    Services available to: Groups of children and groups of adults


    When: As scheduled


    Location of service/presentation: Warsaw Community Building on the Harbor


    Estimated Cost: Varies


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Mac Vorce, Director of Parks and Recreation 660-438-2312, Email:parksrec@welcometowarsaw.com




    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Staff dietitians can help persons of all ages stay healthy and meet their weight loss goals. During the visit, eating and activity habits are evaluated and a meal plan is developed based on the person’s age, height, weight, and activity level. The initial visit usually lasts for one hour and follow-up visits are encouraged to ensure positive results. Most insurance plans do not cover this type of service.


    A doctor’s referral is needed.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: By appointment.


    Location of service/presentation: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Estimated Cost: Fees vary based on length of counseling sessions. Average fee is $60. per session.


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Bothwell Regional Health Center, Sedalia 14th Street and South Ingram Ave.


    Clinical dietitians – 660-827-9561



    Golden Valley Memorial Rehabilitation & Wellness Center



    TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)

    Provider: TOPS Organization (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Information you can use to lose weight and keep it off.


    Encouraging weekly meetings and weigh-ins.


    Services available to: Individuals age 8 and over in a group setting


    When and Where:


    TOPS #MO 0820, Warsaw Christian Church, 320 State Street, Warsaw


    Thursdays: 5:30 PM weigh-in, 6:30 PM meeting


    TOPS #MO 1089, Assembly of God Church, 703 Elm, Lower Level, Warsaw


    Thursdays: 8:00 AM weigh-in, 9:00 AM meeting


    TOPS #MO 1114, Lincoln United Methodist Church, 217 W. Main, Lower Level,


    Lincoln


    Tuesdays: 8:00 AM weigh-in, 8:30 AM meeting


    Estimated Cost: Come to your first meeting free and bring a friend.


    Annual dues of $26, annual dues for spouse $13 includes 10 TOPS magazines.


    Monthly dues of $3-6 depending on local chapter.


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service


    Cindy Story, Area Captain, 660-438-7221 Email: cstory26@earthlink.net


    You are welcome to come to your first meeting free without contacting Cindy.




    Weight Watchers

    Provider: Weight Watchers Organization


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Weekly group meetings to learn how to set goals and eat healthy for life!


    Program also available online at www.weightwatchers.com


    Services available to: Individuals in a group setting and online


    When: Mondays 5:30 for weigh-ins and meetings or online


    Location of service/presentation: Harbor Village, 17571 N. Dam Access Rd., Warsaw.


    Estimated Cost: Varies


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No.


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    See website at www.weightwatchers.com.




    Benton County Health Department

    Provider: Taskforce to Reduce Obesity, Benton County Health Department


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Online listing of internet resources, organizations that provide recreational activities, Benton County recreational locations and facilities, and support from healthcare providers. There is also a limited supply of resource directory packets.


    Services available to: All


    When:


    Location of service/presentation: At the Benton County Health Department, 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw and on our website: http://benton.lphamo.org/. Go to the resources section.


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Benton County Health Department, 1238 Commercial Street, Warsaw and internet access through the Benton County Health Department website: http://benton.lphamo.org/. Go to the resources section.

Sanitation

  • Home Wells

    Home Wells

    Provider: Benton County Health Dept., Environmental Division


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    To have your well water tested, obtain a test kit from the Benton County Health Dept. Test samples are accepted for testing Monday-Thursday. Water is tested for E-Coli and coliform bacterium and nitrates. The Health Dept. will call with the results within 24 hours.


    Services available to: Residents of Benton County


    When: Monday-Thursday 8:30-4:30


    Location of service/presentation: 1238 Commercial St, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: $20.


    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Contact the Environmental Division of the Benton County Health Dept.


    at 660-438-2876, Tracy at extension 218 or Bruce at extension 217.

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    Sanitation Complaints – lol比赛押注平台

    Provider: Benton County Health Dept., Environmental Division


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    Complaints concerning cleanliness of the following businesses may be filed with the Health Department and they will be investigated: restaurants, lodging, public swimming pools, daycare facilities. Complaints concerning waste water are also investigated.


    Services available to: Residents of Benton County


    When: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30


    Location of service/presentation: 1238 Commercial St., Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Contact the Environmental Division of the Benton County Health Dept.


    at 660-438-2876, Barry Pabst, choose option 2 for Environmental.

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    Waste Water – lol比赛押注平台

    Provider: Benton County Health Dept., Environmental Division


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    All on-site sewage systems, septic systems, require a permit regardless of acreage. Installation must be done by the homeowner or a state licensed, county registered contractor. Maximum fines of $1,250 per day, are imposed for illegal installation.


    Services available to: Landowners in Benton County


    When: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30


    Location of service/presentation: 1238 Commercial St., Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Residential permit $200, Commercial permit $300


    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:


    Contact the Environmental Division of the Benton County Health Department


    660-438-2876 – Barry Pabst , choose option 2 for Environmental.


Stroke

  • Support Group

    Bothwell Regional Health Center

    Provider: Bothwell Regional Health Center


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity:


    FREEDOM FROM SMOKING


    Smokers who are ready to kick the habit can find the support and resources they need to be successful through our smoking cessation course. We follow the American Lung Association’s eight-session “Freedom from Smoking” program.


    During the first three sessions, participants prepare a plan for quitting. The fourth session is “quit day,” and sessions five through eight are about maintaining a smoke-free life. Each session features activities and assignments that provide participants with the tools to quit smoking. The process includes both individual and group work.


    Sessions are offered on a periodic basis throughout the year. The cost is $45 per person. Call Community Outreach at (660) 827-9138 for more information.


    Services available to: Individuals


    When: Call for session dates and times.

    Location of service/presentation: Contact Community Outreach for location(s)

    Estimated Cost: $45

    If there is a cost, is it generally covered by insurance? No

    Point of contact to make the appointment or register for this service:

    Community Outreach

    660-827-9138

    classes@brhc.org

    601 E. 14th Street, Sedalia, MO 65301

Women's Health

  • Katy Trail Community Health

    Katy Trail Community Health

    Provider: Katy Trail Community Health


    Description of service, support, educational opportunity: Free exams through the  Missouri‘s Show Me Healthy Women & Wise Women Programs for those who are uninsured.


    Services Available to: Established patients who qualify


    Women age 35-49 may be eligible for:


    Women age 50 – 64 or older if not covered by Medicare Part B or without insurance may be eligible for:


    When: Monday – Friday 8:00-4:00


    Service Location: Katy Trail Community Health, 17571 N Dam Access Road, inside Harbor Village, Warsaw


    Estimated Cost: Free


    Call 1-877-733-5824 to see if you qualify and make your appointment

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