Community Partners

CASA works with a wide range of community partners to provide services to our clients. If you would like more information, please contact us at

Partner Name

Contact Info


General counseling services, psychiatric medication management, housing programming, adult & youth case management
Weekly spiritual support group meetings
Forensic interviews for children, caregiver support, counseling,
Personal checking account assistance
Counseling for children and adults, psychiatry for children and adults, psychological assessment/testing, substance use treatment programs
Support for families to create safe environments, First Steps program, Early Head Start program
Housing for those transitioning out of substance use, spiritual development
Head start program, home weatherization, rental assistance, energy assistance
Free access to search for jobs
Medical, dental, and behavioral health services
Restoration ministry providing recovery environment to women
Free (non-criminal) legal assistance to those who qualify
Help job-seekers find employment, provides businesses with trained workforce
Healthcare, food stamp program, child support, TANF, low-income home energy assistance
Global, community-based organization hosts weekly group meetings for those struggling with drug abuse
Open Door Service Center, Open Door Food Pantry, Open Door Kitchen
Rental assistance, food program, energy assistance, bus passes, emergency shelter
Survivors can take legal action to protect themselves
Vital records, immunizations, pregnancy testing, TEMP Medicaid for pregnant women, health screenings, TSD/STI testing
Outpatient services for those with history of substance abuse
Well-child check ups, immunizations, daycare/sports physicals. medical services and treatment for illnesses
Provides a designated address for new records from government agencies
Provides a designated address for new records from government agencies
Services provided to eligible individuals
Food pantry, clothing/furniture vouchers, emergency financial assistance
$1.50 per person, $0.50 per child under 12
Adult literacy, HSE preparation and examination, skills enhancement, English language learners
Disability benefits, replacement SSN card, SSI program
Sedalia School District 200
Assistance enrolling your child
Sedalia School District 200
Database of local and national community resources