Missouri Disability Resources

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Up to date info on activities and places to go.

 

Missouri Developmental Disability Resource Center (MODDRC)
The Missouri Developmental Disability Resource Center (MODDRC) is a program of the University of Missouri, Kansas City’s Institute for Human Development, UCEDD. MODDRC is a partnership between the UMKC-Institute for Human Development, UCEDD; the Missouri Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities; and the Missouri Department of Mental Health, MRDD Division. MODDRC offers a network of support options so that individuals and families are well informed, hopeful, connected within their communities and know they are not alone in their experience with disability.

 

Missouri Home of Your Own
Missouri Home of Your Own is demonstrating that low-income (below 50% median) people with significant disabilities can be homeowners without relying on human service programs to provide both housing and supports. Our belief is that the need for housing is separate from the need for support; a simple, yet relatively new concept for the disabilities field.

 

Missouri Inclusive Housing Development Corporation
Having a home of your own is a dream of many Americans. The primary goal of the Missouri Inclusive Housing Development Corporation (MoHousing) is to provide support to individuals with disabilities as they search for a home that meets specific needs. Whether you choose to rent or purchase, MoHousing, a not-for-profit corporation, can provide information that will simplify your search.

 

Missouri Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities
The Missouri Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities is a federally funded, 22-member, consumer-driven council appointed by the Governor. Its mandate is to plan, advocate for, and give advice concerning programs and services for persons with developmental disabilities that will increase their opportunities for independence, productivity, and integration into communities.

 

Pike County Agency for Developmental Disabilities
Pike County Agency for Developmental Disabilities (PCADD) is the county entity charged with administering the funds generated by what is commonly known as Senate Bill 40.

 

SafeLink Wireless
A free wireless service offered by TracFone for families or individuals that are low income or receive state or federal assistance (such as Social Security, Disability, Public Housing, Medicaid, etc). In Missouri, those who qualify for the program receive a free phone and 68 free minutes a month. There are no service fees and you may buy additional airtime via the standard TracFone prepaid cards that are found in most retail outlets and gas stations.

 

State of Missouri Disability Portal
* Governor´s Council on Disability * Resource Directory * Events

 

The Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshops Managers (MASWM)
The Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshop Managers includes more than 90 member workshops throughout the state. Below is a comprehensive list of MASWM workshops, followed by their address, phone, fax, and (where available) e-mail addresses and web sites which are linked so that you can quickly jump their page or send information

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