To provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Provides after-school and summer programming that promotes healthy lifestyles for youth ages 6-18.
Provides behavioral health services through psychiatric case management, therapy, etc.
Provides a variety of services to help individuals and families become and/or remain independent.
Provides programs and services to public housing residents and other low to moderate income persons focused on youth succeeding, adult self-sufficiency, independent living and affordable housing.
Rainbow House keeps children safe and supports families in crisis through prevention, assessment, and intervention of child abuse and neglect.
City of Refuges vision is to help refugees and immigrants become productive, successful, contributing members of our community.
Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture works to enhance our community’s health by connecting people to agriculture and the land through hands-on learning opportunities from seed to plate.
Provides health promotion and education, addresses the causes and effects of poverty, provides WIC and community nutrition, and other services.
Provides support, supplies, and garden plots to community gardeners, especially for lower-income individuals, elderly, people with disabilities, children, and those not able to have their own garden.
Provides mental health and substance use disorder treatment.
Provides access to primary medical, dental, and mental health services for community members, with emphasis on the medically underserved.
Provides home visits, community support, crisis services, and training for child care providers.
Working together in the community with youth and their families.
Provides youth programming that promotes healthy lifestyle choices, strengthens family units, and improves mental health.
Provides therapy, education, transitional services, and case management for children/families with mental and behavioral issues.
Harrisburg Early Learning Center's early childhood program serves children ages three weeks to five years old.
To feed, shelter and educate people for success.
To train and support volunteers to be exceptional voices for every abused and neglected child in Boone and Callaway County Family Courts.
SIL helps low-income older adults and individuals with disabilities to live independently, make their home safer, and alleviate isolation and depression.
Job Point promotes the abilities of individuals seeking employment through innovative training, education and business partnership, enriching the communities where we work and live.
To mobilize local churches to transform lives and communities in the name of Christ.
Provides counseling, parenting education, adoption and pregnancy services, and maternal mental health services.
Provides child care and education programs while teaching healthy lifestyle choices.
Mid-Missouri Legal Services Corporation and it's Board of Directors are committed to achieving full access to justice in civil matters for central Missourians, including men, women, children, domestic violence survivors, disabled, blind, elderly, rural,...
Provides a safe and nurturing environment for children ages six weeks to ten years of age.
Provides mental and behavioral health services, substance use disorder treatment, and improves family connections.
Provides transitional living and therapeutic mentoring services.
Provides dental and eye care to clients of the Boone County Public Administrator.
Provides funds to match SNAP and WIC benefits at the Columbia Farmer's Market for Boone County families with children 19 years of age or younger as well as the elderly and disabled citizens of...
Provides monthly respite care, training, advocacy, and supports for foster and adoptive children, youth, and families.
Provides food and groceries for those in need.
Provides shelter for homeless women, men, and families with children while they find permanent housing. Additional services include a thrift store, emergency disaster services, and food and nutrition programs.
To provide a safe environment by educating, empowering and advocating for victims of domestic and sexual violence.