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National Service

In Missouri


2005-2006 Directory
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Published by the Missouri Community Service Commission


October 2005




2006 Seasons of Service Datesmartin luther king, jr. day




Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

January 16, 2006


Theme: Make it a day on…not a day off!

Purpose: To help keep Dr. King’s legacy of service to others alive in communities across the country

Sponsors: Corporation for National and Community Service

Points of Light Foundationnational youth service day



Website: www.mlkday.org

National Youth Service Day

April 21-23, 2006


Theme: The Power of Youth Serving Youth

Purpose: To empower young people, highlighting their communities and mobilizing their energy, commitment, and idealism through sustainable service

Sponsors: Youth Service America, National Youth Leadership Council, Parade Magazine national volunteer week

Website: www.ysa.org/nysd

National Volunteer Week

April 23-29, 2006


Theme: Volunteers Inspire by Example

Purpose: To recognize and celebrate the efforts of volunteers at the local, state and national levels

Sponsors: Points of Light Foundation

Website: www.pointsoflight.org/programs/seasons/nvwjhd_logo_color_2006

Join Hands Day

May 6, 2006


Theme: Youth and Adults Volunteering Together

Purpose: To bring young people together with adults to create new and better relationships by working as a team within their own neighborhoods

Sponsors: America’s Fraternal Benefit Societies and the Points of Light Foundation

Website: www.joinhandsday.org

One Day’s Pay one day\'s pay

September 11, 2006


Theme: To honor the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks on America through a voluntarily observed national day of service, charity and compassion

Purpose: To encourage people everywhere to set aside time every September 11 to help others in need – in any fashion they deem appropriate- in honor of those who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks against America.

Sponsors: Points of Light Foundation, Youth Service America and Citizen Corps

Website: www.onedayspay.org

Make a Difference Day make a difference day

October 22, 2005

October 28, 2006


Theme: A national day to help others!

Purpose: To inspire and reward volunteers. Everyone who helps others on this day and submits an entry form is eligible for a national or local award and for a cash donation to a charitable cause.

Sponsors: USA Weekend Magazine and Points of Light Foundation

Website: www.usaweekend.com/diffday/index.htmlnational family volunteer day
National Family Volunteer Day

November 19, 2005

November 18, 2006


Theme: My Family Matters- We Volunteer!

Purpose: To call families across America to work together in volunteer service to strengthen their families, communities, local businesses, and non-profit organizations

Sponsors: Points of Light Foundation

Website: www.pointsoflight.org/programs/seasons/nfvd


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American Red Cross – St. Louis Chapter Phone: 314/516-2717

Safety Education Corps Fax: 314/516-2833

10195 Corporate Square Email: dadam@redcrossstl.org


St. Louis, MO, 63132 Website: www.redcrossstl.org

Deane Adam, Director

Members deliver Red Cross disaster preparedness and other safety-related training programs to students in low-income schools and to senior citizens group (areas where the Red Cross has not had a strong presence) to create a climate of public awareness and to mitigate risk through education programming.



American Red Cross – St. Louis Chapter (ND) Phone: 314/516-2800

National Preparedness & Response Corps Fax: 314/516-2833

10195 Corporate Square Email: nbates@redcrossstl.org


St. Louis, MO, 63132 Website: www.redcrossstl.org

Nancy L. Bates, Director

The National Preparedness and Response Corps (NPRC) is a national direct AmeriCorps program sponsored by the American National Red Cross. The mission of the NPRC is to provide vital emergency assistance to communities affected by disasters and increase preparedness in the areas of greatest need before disasters strike by recruiting, training and supporting young adults who will provide integrated community outreach and education through Red Cross service activities focusing on Homeland Security.


AmeriCorps St. Louis

St. Louis Partners – Education Phone: 314/772-9002 ext. 144

Partnership for Youth, Inc. Fax: 314/772-7109


1315 Ann Avenue Email: kathleen@americorps-stl.org

St. Louis, MO 63104 - 4111 Website: www.americorps-stl.org

Kathleen Becherer, Director www.missouriserves.org

Members serve as a team, partnered with teachers, in grades K-8 in the inner city of St. Louis. Teams focus on literacy and communication skills often using experiential learning and service learning as tools. Members also address other issues i.e. – individual tutoring, developing peer tutoring systems, after school and summer expanded learning, parental involvement, and assistance to ESL and bilingual students.

AmeriCorps St. Louis
St. Louis Partners – Safety Service Corps Phone: 314/772-9002 ext. 177
Partnership for Youth, Inc. Fax: 314/772-7109

1315 Ann Avenue Email: bruce@americorps-stl.org

St. Louis, MO 63104 - 4111 Website: www.americorps-stl.org

Bruce Bailey, President www.missouriserves.org

Members serve in teams with police, schools, and neighborhood agencies. The program emphasizes community problem solving, conflict resolution, and mentoring youth. Community mediation and neighborhood stabilization are also a focus. A

special unit of the Safety Service Corps serves as an emergency response team to the American Red Cross, FEMA, US Forest and National Park Services, as well as state and local disaster agencies.
Grace Hill Neighborhood Health Centers (ND) Phone: 314/539-9869

2600 Hadley Street Fax: 314/241-8938

St. Louis, MO 63106 Email: lindalw@gracehill.org

Linda Williams, Coordinator

Community HealthCorps members serve as Peer Education and Peer Coaches and conduct outreach activities of the Health Education Department, Circle of Care Program, and/or Health to Go Van Program. Members provide information and education about health care services, lead poisoning prevention, chronic disease management and access to other health and social services. Members also make health education presentations on wellness, pregnancy, lead poisoning, asthma management, diabetes and other health topics as assigned.
Grace Hill Settlement Home Phone: 314/340-3207

Grace Hill AmeriCorps Trail Rangers Fax: 314/241-8938

2600 Hadley Street Email: DouglasE@gracehill.org

St. Louis, MO 63106 - 4021

Doug Eller, Director

Members monitor and maintain 12 miles of walking/biking/skating trail located alongside the Mississippi River (on the river side of the floodwall) through clean-ups, user surveys, and trail counts. Members are active in restoring native vegetation along the trail while working at the native plant nursery as an entrepreneurial program for area residents.
(The) Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club of St. Louis, Inc. (ND)

The Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club of Saint Louis

2901 N. Grand Blvd. Phone: 314/652-8300

St. Louis, MO 63107-2608 Fax: 314/652-8007

Liz Johnson, Director Email: liz@hhbgc.org


Jumpstart St. Louis (ND): Center for Leadership & Community Service

St. Louis University

Busch Student Center Phone: 314/977-1585

20 North Grand Blvd., Suite 310 Fax: 314/977-7177

St. Louis, MO 63103 Email: mcallitr@slu.edu

Travis McAllister, Site Manager

Jumpstart pairs highly trained college students with preschool children struggling in Head Start and other early learning programs for one-to-one tutoring in school readiness skills. They provide a high-quality, comprehensive program that focuses on the development of the child, his or her family, and the college student serving as an AmeriCorps member. Through these three areas—school success, family involvement and future teachers—Jumpstart works to create an environment of life-long learning for children.
Operation Excel (Ed. Award)

26B North Oaks Plaza Phone: 314-679-3381

St. Louis, MO 63121 Fax: 314-679-3387

Lee Brotherton, Director Email: lbrotherton@works.state.mo.us
Teach for America (ND)

1509 Washington Avenue, Suite 660 Phone: 314/621-9100

St. Louis, MO 63103 Fax: 314/621-9127

Melanie Adams, Executive Director Email: Melanie.adams@teachforamerica.org
YouthBuild St. Louis (ND) Phone: 314/436-1400

1921 South 9th Street Fax: 314/436-0011

St. Louis, MO 63104 Email: sonnjoyce@aol.com

Joyce Sonn, Program Director

A national, non-profit organization that engages educationally at-risk youth in a combination of service and youth development activities. Service activities focus primarily on renovating houses and buildings for the homeless and low-income families. Members serve directly with community-based organizations to rehabilitate abandoned housing and build new homes for homeless people, persons with HIV/AIDS, the physically challenged, and low-income families. They build awareness of community issues and generate volunteers for local service projects.

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Poplar Bluff’s Promise

Butler Co. Community Resource Council Phone: 573/778-2650

644 Charles St. Fax: 573/686-7915

Poplar Bluff, MO 63901 Email: voldir@tcmax.net

Rebecca Winters, Program Director

Members address 2 primary areas of community need; strengthening the community in order to sustain achievements in reduced rate of juvenile crime and assisting in the area of disaster response preparedness. Members conduct after-school learning activities, tutor students, increase program enrollment and recruit volunteers to serve. A member at the volunteer center will establish multiple Citizen Emergency Response Teams and recruit volunteers to be trained in various aspects of emergency response.
Susanna Wesley Family Learning Center

No One Left Behind Phone: 573/649-3731

207 N. Washington Fax: 573/649-5028

East Prairie, MO 63845 Email: keith@swflc.com

Keith Cook, Program Director Website: www.swflc.com

Members will focus on facilitation of small group activities or the provision of one-on-one instruction in literacy and in the development of healthy behavior activities in the areas of personal relationships and physical fitness at three Susanna Wesley sites.

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Jumpstart Columbia (ND)

University of Missouri - Columbia

201 Student Success Center Phone: 573-882-8942

Columbia, MO 65211 Fax: 573-882-5440

Christine Bennett Email: bennettc@missouri.edu

Jumpstart pairs highly trained college students with preschool children struggling in Head Start and other early learning programs for one-to-one tutoring in school readiness skills. They provide a high-quality, comprehensive program that focuses on the development of the child, his or her family, and the college student serving as an AmeriCorps member. Through these three areas—school success, family involvement and future teachers—Jumpstart works to create an environment of life-long learning for children. Members garner community interest and support through an annual “Jumpstart for a Day” where parents, their children, and other community members are introduced to a variety of learning activities for preschool age children.

Fulton 58 Public School District

Fulton AmeriCorps Phone: 573/642-6258

Fulton High School Fax: 573/592-7401

1 Hornet Drive Email: jill_flakne@fulton.k12.mo.us

Fulton, MO 65251 - 2732 Website: www.fulton.k12.mo.us/programs

Jill Flakne, Program Director

Members provide one-on-one and small group tutoring/homework assistance to students at 4 of Fulton’s public schools during the school day, and provide academic and enrichment activities to youth enrolled in after-school programs at area elementary and middle schools. This project is administered in conjunction with and in mutual support of the Learn & Serve program hosted by this school district, which was recognized as a Learn & Serve Leader School in 2000-01.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City (ND)

Thornberry Boys & Girls Club Phone: 816/361-3600 x. 252

6301 Rockhill Road Fax: 816/361-3675

Kansas City, MO 64131

Raphael Hines, Program Director
Experience Corps Kansas City

Linwood YMCA Phone: 816/923-5675

3800 E. Lindwood Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64128 Email: Judith-simmons@ymca-kc.org

Judith Simmons, Program Director
Habitat for Humanity, Kansas City (ND) Phone: 816/924-1096 x.17

1423 E. Linwood Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64109 Email: danab@habitatkc.org

Dana Byron, Site Coordinator

Habitat for Humanity, Kansas City currently has four Members doing direct service, while working as Construction Supervisors, and one member performing in-direct service, working as a Volunteer Coordinator/ Family Support Coordinator. Habitat welcomes all people to join them to build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with those who lack adequate shelter.
Jumpstart Kansas City (ND)

University of Missouri – Kansas City

School of Education, SASS 210 Phone: 816/235-1003

5100 Rockhill Road Fax: 816/235-5270

Kansas City, MO 64110 Email: munitas@umkc.edu

Silvina Munita, Site Manager

Jumpstart pairs highly trained college students with preschool children struggling in Head Start and other early learning programs for one-to-one tutoring in school readiness skills. They provide a high-quality, comprehensive program that focuses on the development of the child, his or her family, and the college student serving as an AmeriCorps member. Through these three areas—school success, family involvement and future teachers—Jumpstart works to create an environment of life-long learning for children. Members garner community interest and support through an annual “Jumpstart for a Day” where parents, their children, and other community members are introduced to a variety of learning activities for preschool age children.
Partnership for Children Phone: 816/531-9200

Network of Opportunity After-School Program Fax: 816/531-8996

4510 Belleview Suite 200 Email: ponder@pfc.org

Kansas City, MO 64111 Website: www.pfc.org

Mary Ellen Ponder, Program Director

Partnership for Children, along with its community partners, developed a plan,” The Network of Opportunity for Children and Youth”, the purpose of which is to ensure that children and youth in Greater Kansas City have access to a range of high-quality after-school and youth programs. AmeriCorps members in this program mentor in after-school programs located in schools, faith-based organizations, community organizations and Promise Sites in Clay, Jackson and Platte counties.
YMCA of Greater Kansas City (ND) Phone: 816/923-5675

Experience Corps/AmeriCorps-KC Fax: 816/923-5684

3800 E. Linwood Blvd. Email: Judith-Simmons@ymca-kc.org

Kansas City, MO 64128 Website: www.ymca-kc.org

Judith Simmons, Program Director

Members help youth to improve reading skills, homework skills, social and creative skills before, during and after school. Members serve children ages 3-15. They help youth to improve academically, socially, and creatively. The members are reading tutors in 5 elementary schools in the Kansas City Missouri School District and mentors in 5 YMCA sites.
YVC of St. Joseph (ND) Phone: 816-232-0050

Youth Alliance

625 Francis Street

St. Joseph, MO 64501

Anita Jolly, Program Director

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Nixa R-II School District

Nixa Learning Coaches Phone: 417/724-4071

205 North Street Fax: 417/725-7405

Nixa, MO 65714 - 8663 Email: adooley@mail.nixa.k12.mo.us

Amy Dooley, Program Director

Members serve as math tutors to 3rd and 4th grade students currently scoring below the 60% level on the math assessment. Members serve all four elementary schools within the district. Secondary objectives include ongoing training for members in education tools and methodologies and the generation of a cadre of volunteers to work in district schools.

Purdy R-II School District Phone: 417/442-3881

Purdy Reading Coaches Fax: 417/442-3963

201 South Third, P.O. Box 248 Email: raynels@purdy.k12.mo.us

Purdy, MO 65734 - 0248 Website: www.purdy.k12.mo.us

Raynel Schallert, Director

Members tutor 2nd – 5th grade students in one-on-one sessions focusing on reading and writing skills and strategies. This is an “AmeriCorps Reading Coaches” model project that includes English as a Second Language component to help bridge the language barrier in meaning and comprehension for the growing Hispanic population of this community.

Republic R-III School District Phone: 417/732-3620 x. 8001

Republic Reading Coaches Fax: 417/732-3649


234 E. Anderson Email: rademacj@mail.republic.k12.mo.us

Republic, MO, 65738 Website: www.republic.k12.mo.us/e2/readco/main.htm



Janna Rademacher, Program Director

Members tutor preschool and primary students (grades 1- 4) that are identified as needing reading readiness and/or reading assistance. Republic Reading Coaches demonstrate meaningful reading intervention for students through the utilization of AmeriCorps Members as Reading Coaches and facilitators who mobilize volunteers recruited from the community, colleges, and within the schools.

Seneca R-7 School District Phone: 417/776-5002

Seneca AmeriCorps Fax: 417/776-2177

914 Frisco St., P.O. Box 469 Email: tbarnes@seneca.k12.mo.us

Seneca, MO 64865- 9274

Tracy Barnes, Program Director

Members implement reading and math coaching based on a research-based comprehensive school reform model designed to improve student reading/ math achievement. Members also provide quality after-school programming for children of families who are classified as the “working poor” in the rural community.

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Faithful Friends CRSS Phone: 314/383-0800

4746 Carter Avenue Fax: 314/383-0877

St. Louis, MO 63115 Email: sreddy@ccstl.org

Contact: Swapna Reddy
Hi-Tech Charities Phone: 314/389-5737

1371 Hamilton Avenue Fax: 314/382-1660

St. Louis, MO 63112 Email: brownb978@aol.com

Contact: Barbara Brown
KidSmart Phone: 314/291-6211

12175 Bridgeton Square Drive Fax: 314/432-5053

St. Louis, MO 63114 Email: ssheinbein@aol.com

Contact: Ann Sheinbein
OIC of the Midwest – Ent. National Program Phone: 314/771-7755

5814 Thelka Avenue Fax: 314/771-7474

St. Louis, MO 63120 Email: scatc2@swbell.net

Contact: Shawna Collier

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Washington County Community Partnership Phone: 573/438-8555

108 Frizzell, Suite 1 Fax: 573/438-9233

Potosi, MO 63664 Email: faces@potosi.k12.mo.us

Contact: Debby Bust

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American Red Cross Phone: 417/832-9500

1835 E. Chestnut Expy Fax: 417-866-3649

Springfield, MO 65802 Email: harmonc@redcross-ozarks.org

Contact: Chris Harmon
Centro Latino Phone: 573/449-9442

206 Austin Avenue, Suite G Fax: 573/449-9442

Columbia, MO 65203 Email: latino@coin.org

Contact: Eduardo Crespi
Missouri CASA Assn. Phone: 573/886-8928

3200 Westcreek Circle Fax: 573/886-8901

Columbia, MO 65203 Email: mocasa@mchsi.com

Contact: Beth Dessem
MO 4-H Youth Development Program Phone: 573/884-6618

201 Whitten Hall Fax: 573/884-4225

Columbia, MO 65211 Email: hennesss@umsystem.edu

Contact: Steve Henness

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Children’s Peace Pavilion Phone: 816/521-3033

1001 W. Walnut Fax: 816/521-3032

Independence, MO 64050 Email: kellison@cofchrist.org

Contact: Kelly Ellison



First Step Fund – AEO National Project Phone: 816/235-6118

4747 Troost Avenue Fax: 816/235-6162

Kansas City, MO 64110 Email: vfinley@firststepfund.org

Contact: Vanessa Finley
KCSourceLink Phone: 816/235-6661

4747 Troost Avenue Fax: 816/235-6590

Kansas City, MO 64110 Email: pittsh@kcsourcelink.com

Contact: Heidi Pitts
LULAC- National Ed Svc Ctr Phone: 816/561-0227

500 Delaware Fax: 816/561-8319

Kansas City, MO 64105 Email: dianarkc@lnesc.org

Contact: Diana Rodriguez
SHARE, Inc. Phone: 816/510-5304

20405 E. Truman Road Fax: 816/796-7654

Independence, MO 64056 Email: jplightbearer@comcast.net

Contact: Paul Lucero
Veterans Affairs Medical Center Phone: 816/922-2026

4801 Linwood Blvd. Fax: 816/922-4752

Kansas City, MO 64128 Email: james.lannigan@med.va.gov

Contact: Jim Lannigan

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Girl Scouts of Dogwood Trails Phone: 417/862-0004

210 S. Ingram Mill Road Fax: 417/862-4120

Springfield, MO 65802 Email: mbittle@dogwoodtrails.org

Contact: Maureen Bittle
The H.O.U.S.E., Inc. Phone: 417/623-1944

743 W. Wickersham Drive Fax: 417/623-5585

Webb City, Mo 64870 Email: vistasteve@cableone.net

Contact: Steve Mickels

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Cardinal Ritter Institute Phone: 314/918-2297


7601 Watson Road Fax: 314/962-4159

St Louis, MO 63119 Email: mlenz@ccstl.org

Contact: Maureen Lenz
HEARTLAND RESOURCES, INC. Phone: 573/209-3615

P.O. Box 460 Fax: 573/209-3509

Ewing, MO 63440 Email: janvan@marktwain.net

Contact: Janis VanMeter
NE Community Action Corp Phone: 636/724-7787

2724 Droste Road Fax: 636/925-3810

St. Charles, MO 63301 Email: hbaker@necac.org

Contact: Heidi Baker

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SIKESTON HOUSING AUTHORITY Phone: 573/471-8676

307 Cresap Fax: 573/471-8676

Sikeston, MO 63801 Email: fgpp@sbcglobal.net

Contact: Jolene C. Walker

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CENTRAL MO COUNTIES HDC Phone: 573/443-8706 x.253


807-B Providence Road Fax: 573/875-2889

Columbia, MO 65203 Email: ann-gilchrist@cmchdc.org

Contact: Ann Gilchrist

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BI-COUNTY SERVICE, INC. Phone: 660/584-7421

P. O. Box 127 Fax: 660/584-5099

Higginsville, MO 64037 Email: fgp@ctcis.net

Contact: Lucy Haston
CITY OF KANSAS CITY Phone: 816/784-4519

3200 Wayne Fax: 816/784-4529

Kansas City, MO 64109 Email: brenda_lax@kcmo.org

Contact: Brenda Lax

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OZARKS AREA COMMUNITY ACTION CORP Phone: 417/864-3350


215 S. Barnes Fax: 417/864-3499

Springfield, MO 65802 Email: dyoung@oacac-caa.org

Contact: Debbie Young



R.S.V.P. (Retired & Senior Volunteers) Volunteers)




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Andrew County Ministries RSVP Phone: 816/324-5634

101 S. 4th, P.O. Box 7 Fax: 816/324-0186

Savannah, MO 64485 Email: rsvpsav@stjoelive.com

Contact: Bonnie Steeby

Cardinal Ritter Institute RSVP Phone: 314/918-2294


7601 Watson Road Fax: 314/962-4159

St Louis, MO 63119 Email: aklostermann@ccstl.org

Contact: Amy Klostermann

COMM COUNCIL OF ST. CHARLES Phone: 636/936-8023

425 Spencer Road Fax: 636/936-8027

St. Peters, MO 63376 Email: cwynn@mail.win.org

Contact: Cindy Wynn
Douglass Community Services, Inc. RSVP Phone: 573/221-3892

711 Grand Avenue Fax: 573/221-3899

Hannibal, MO 63401 Email: sherryp@douglassonline.org

Contact: Sherry Perkins
Heartland Senior Adult Services Phone: 660/665-8314

P.O. Box 116 Fax: 660/665-8315

Kirksville, MO 63501 Email: heartlandrsvp@sbcglobal.net

Contact: Pat Selby

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Altrusa Club of Poplar Bluff Phone: 573/686-8624

101 Oak St., P.O. Box 666 Fax: 573/686-8605

Poplar Bluff, MO 63902 Email: rsvp@tcmax.net

Contact: Marty Warner

Chamber of Commerce Phone: 573/649-5243

106 S. Washington Fax: 573/649-2024

East Prairie, MO 63845 Email: mcrsvpsusan@bootheel.net

Contact: Susan Cartwright




City of Malden Phone: 573/276-3716


313 W. Main Fax: 573/276-3716

Malden, MO 63863 Email: dcrsvp@sbcglobal.net

Contact: Jeannie Collins
SEMO AAA, RSVP Pemiscot County Phone: 573/333-1380

P.O. Box 542 Fax: 573/333-2382

Caruthersville, MO 63830 Email: sglacey@cosmowireless.net

Contact: Shirley Lacey



SEMO AAA - RSVP of Scott & Cape Counties Phone: 573/887-3664

105 N. Main Fax: 573/887-8996

Chaffee, MO 63740 Email: rsvpvic@sbcglobal.net

Contact: Tina Dohogne


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Boone County Council on Aging Phone: 314/442-7238

800 N. Providence #105 Fax: 573/874-1821

Columbia, MO 65203 Email: bcca05@coin.org

Contact: Vacant
Pettis County Community Partnership Phone: 660/827-0560

515 S. Kentucky Fax: 660/827-0633

Sedalia, MO 65301 Email: rsvp@iland.net

Contact: Bill Milner

PHELPS COUNTY Commission, Inc. Phone: 573/458-6189


200 N. Main Street, #122 Fax: 573/458-6188

Rolla, MO 65401 Email: rsvp@phelpscounty.org

Contact:
Serve Inc. RSVP Phone: 573/642-9452

4901 County Road 304 Fax: 573/642-2191

Fulton, MO 65251 Email: rsvp@coin.org

Contact: Pam Phelps


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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, HAUW Phone: 816/559-4668

1080 Washington Fax: 816/842-1007

Kansas City, MO 64105 Email: betsyphillips@hauw.org

Contact: Betsy Phillips
Concerned Christians Phone: 660/646-0010

P.O. Box 445 Fax: 660/707-0708

Chillicothe, MO 64601 Email: rsvp@greenhills.net

Contact: Patty Mefford

Grundy County Council on Aging Phone: 660/359-3836

P.O. Box 173 Fax: 660/359-3058

Trenton, MO 64683 Email: trentonrsvp@sbcglobal.net

Contact: Edna Foster


Harrison County Council on Aging Phone: 660/425-7555


P.O. Box 471 Fax: 660/425-0134

Bethany, MO 64424 Email: hcrsvp@grm.net

Contact: Louise Akins

Interfaith Community Services Phone: 816/232-7779


P.O. Box 5094 Fax: 816/232-7029

St. Joseph, MO 64505 Email: rsvp@inter-serv.org

Contact: Jerry Schwichtenberg
QUAD LAKES SENIOR INFO. COUNCIL Phone: 660/885-6512

206 S. Baird Street Fax: 660/885-6522

Clinton, MO 64735 Email: rsvp2day@iland.net

Contact: Carole Sue Hoefer
Ray County Fellowship Center Phone: 816/470-5656

RSVP of Ray, Lafayette, Carroll & Saline Counties Fax: 816/776-2752


P.O. Box 207 Email: rlc_rsvp_rugg@accessmo.us

Richmond, MO 64085

Contact: Jennifer Rugg




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AAA, Region X, Jasper County RSVP Phone: 417/627-0600

2701 S. Bird Fax: 417/627-9710

Joplin, MO 64804 Email: rsvpjoplinaaa@hotmail.com

Contact: Helen Hahn
Council of Churches of the Ozarks Phone: 417/862-3595

627 N. Glenstone Avenue, P.O. Box 3947 Fax:417/862-2129

Springfield, MO 65808 Email: mgeiger@ccozarks.org

Contact: Margaret Geiger

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Kingdom House SCP Phone: 314/421-0400


1321 S. Eleventh Fax: 314/241-2366

St. Louis, MO 63104 Email: dhardy@kingdomhouse.org

Contact: Dana Hardy


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VNA OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Phone: 573/888-5892

P.O. Box 768 Fax: 573/888-0538

Kennett, MO 63857 Email: vrhew@vnasemo.com

Contact: Vicki Rhew

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Phelps County Commission Phone: 573/458-6180


200 N. Main Fax: 573/368-4211

Rolla, MO 65401 Email: srcomp@fidnet.com

Contact: Jan Fortier

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WESTPORT COOPERATIVE SERVICE Phone: 816/753-8400

201 Westport Road Fax: 816/753-2855

Kansas City, MO 64111 Email: jmayscp@yahoo.com

Contact: Judy May

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None at this time.

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Ferguson-Florissant R-II School District

Dr. Ivory Johnson, Coordinator

Ferguson-Florissant School District

1006 Waterford Drive

Florissant, MO 63033

Phone: 314-506-9089

Fax: 314-506-9096

Email: ijohnson@fergflor.k12.mo.us
Hannibal 60 School District

Kathy Riney, Coordinator

HHS and HCTC

4550 McMasters Ave

Hannibal, MO 63401-2246

Phone: 573-221-4430

Fax: 573-221-7132

Email: kriney@hannibal.k12.mo.us
Hazelwood School District

Marilyn Allen, Coordinator

Hazelwood West

1 Wildcat Lane

Hazelwood, MO 63042-1180

Phone: 314-953-7210

Fax: 314-953-5813

Email: mallen@sun.hazelwood.k12.mo.us
Macon County R-1 School District

Patricia Knowles, Coordinator

702 N. Missouri

Macon, MO 63552

Phone: 660-385-2158

Fax: 660-385-2158

Email: pknowles@macon.k12.mo.us
Mehlville R-IX School District

Joni Wilson, Coordinator

District Office

69 Randolph Place

St. Louis, MO 63125

Phone: 314-467-7880

Fax: 314-467-7896

Email: wilsonj@mehlville.k12.mo.us

Arcadia Valley R-II School District

SOUTHEAST

David Dillard, Coordinator


Arcadia Valley CTC

650 Park Drive

Ironton, MO 63650

Phone: 573-546-9700 x4

Fax: 573-546-6956

Email: ddillard@mail.av.k12.mo.us
Farmington R-VII

Connie Waters, Coordinator

Farmington Senior High School

1022 Ste. Genevieve Avenue

Farmington, MO 63640

Phone: 573-701-1300

Fax: 573-701-1329

Email: cwaters@farmington.k12.mo.us
Oak Ridge R-VI School District

Wayne Bock, Coordinator

4198 State Highway E

Oak Ridge, MO 63769-0010

Phone: 573-266-3630

Fax: 573-266-0311

Email: wbock@showme.net

CENTRAL



Camdenton R-III School District

Paula Brown, Coordinator

P.O. Box 4109

Camdenton, MO 65020

Phone: 573-346-6336

Fax: 573-346-0674

Email: pbrown@mail.camdenton.k12.mo.us
Climax Springs R-IV School District

Pat Vaught, Coordinator

Central Office

119 North Drive

Climax Springs, MO 65324

Phone: 573-347-2351

Fax: 573-347-2394

Email: rvpv@cooper.net

Columbia 93 School District

Michelle Baumstark, Coordinator

Central Office

555 Vandiver

Columbia, MO 65203

Phone: 573-214-3960

Fax: 573-214-3961

Email: mbaumstark@columbia.k12.mo.us

NORTHWEST



Belton 124 School District

Diana Kornfeld, Coordinator

Belton High School

110 West Walnut

Belton, MO 64012

Phone: 816-348-1000

Fax: 816-348-1516

Email: dkornfeld@beltonschools.org
Blue Springs R-IV School District

Karin Finley, Coordinator

Blue Springs Freshman Center

2103 NW Vesper

Blue Springs, MO 64015-3221

Phone: 816-224-1325

Fax: 816-224-1344

Email: kfinley@bssd.net
Center 58

Darran Washington, Coordinator

8434 Paseo Blvd.

Kansas City, MO 64131

Phone: 816-349-3662

Fax: 816-349-3667

Email: dlwashington@prodigy.net
Concordia R-II School District

Matt Erhart, Coordinator

Concordia High School

117 SW 11th St; PO Box 879

Concordia, MO 64020-0879

Phone: 660-463-2246

Fax: 660-463-4081

Email: matthewearhart@yahoo.com

Hermitage R-IV

Sharon Johnson, Coordinator

Hermitage R-IV High School

302 East Polk Street

Hermitage, MO 65668

Phone: 417-745-2133

Fax: 417-745-6252

Email: sjohnson@hermsandf.com
Independence 30 School District

Kathy John, Coordinator

Independence School District

600 W. Mechanic

Independence, MO 64015

Phone: 816-521-2747

Fax: 816-521-2889

Email: khohn@indep.k12.mo.us
Liberty 53 School District

Colleen Jones, Coordinator

Liberty Public Schools

400 North Missouri

Liberty, MO 64068

Phone: 816-736-5320

Fax: 816-736-5325

Email: cjones@liberty.k12.mo.us
Warrensburg R-VI School District

Sarah Schwarz, Coordinator

Warrensburg High School

640 E. Gay Street

Warrensburg, MO 64093-0638

Phone: 660-747-5612

Fax: 660-747-8779

Email: monkymtn@warrensburg.k12.mo.us
Worth County R-III

Linda Gray Smith, Coordinator

Worth County R-III

510 East Avenue

Grant City, MO 64456

Phone: 660-564-3889

Fax: 660-564-2193

Email: lgs@wc.k12.mo.us

SOUTHWEST




Bolivar R-I School District

Joyce Wilson, Coordinator

Bolivar High School

604 West Jackson

Bolivar, MO 65613

Phone: 417-326-3811

Fax: 417-777-5377

Email: jwilson@bolivar.k12.mo.us
Carthage R-IX School District

Greg Wolf, Coordinator

Carthage Technical Center

609 River Street

Carthage, MO 64836-1332

Phone: 417-359-7026

Fax: 417-359-7098

Email: wolfg@carthage.k12.mo.us
Marshfield R-1 School District

Jim Rich, Coordinator

114 E. Commercial

Marshfield, MO 65706

Phone: 417-856-2120

Fax: 417-859-2193

Email: wutkemik@mr1.k12.mo.us
Nixa R-II School District

Rebecca Sawyer, Coordinator

205 North Street

Nixa, MO 65714

Phone: 417-724-4080

Fax: 417-724-4088

Email: suzanne@classic.net
Seneca R-VII School District

Joe Layton, Coordinator

Alternative School

914 Frisco St., P.O. Box 469

Seneca MO 64866

Phone: 417-776-3426

Fax: 417-776-2177

Email: jlayton@co.seneca.k12.mo.us


Springfield R-XII School District

Beth Nickle, Coordinator

Bailey Alternative High School

501 West Central

Springfield, MO 65802-3930

Phone: 417-523-2700

Fax: 417-523-2795

Email: enickle@spsmail.org


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