Missouri Reentry

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  • Grace Counseling - Jefferson City
    718 West McCarty Street
    Jefferson CIty, MO 65101
  • Missouri Department of Mental Health - Office of Deaf Services
    1706 East Elm St , PO Box 687
    Jefferson City, MO 65102
  • Missouri Council of the Blind
    5453 Chippewa St
    St. Louis, MO 63109
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    The Council has 22 affliliate organizations statewide covering most areas. To locate the nearest affiliate to you and learn what services they have to offer, please contact the website or call the toll free number and you will be directed to your appropriate local affiliate.

  • Linn State Technical College
    One Technology Drive
    Linn, MO 65051
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    Sponsors MoHealthWINs and MoManufacturingWINs

    MoHealthWINs offers digital literacy, office clerk/customer service, computer support technician and systems administration programs. Introduction to maintenance and a bio-med online credit program. These programs are geared toward the health profession.

    MoManufacturingWINs is a 16 week machine tooling program.

    Both programs are aimed at the unemployed, under-employed, low skilled and TAA affected individuals and all are free to the participants.

  • Job Point - Columbia
    2116 Nelwood Dr, Ste 200
    Columbia, MO 65202
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    Job Point provides employment services and support to offenders under the supervision of Missouri Department of Corrections, Division of Probation and Parole. Work readiness training will be provided to include, but not be limited to: job search, job retention, soft skills, life skills and/or basic skills. Staff will conduct case management and develop partnership with local employers. A career lab and support services will be offered to assist individuals to achieve successful community reintegration and employment outcomes. Following workforce entry, staff will provide follow-up services for at least six months. Career assessment will ensure appropriate vocational goals. Individualized assistance will be made available for needs such as medication, tests, licenses, proof of identification, child care, interview clothing, work uniforms, work tools, etc. Skills training in the Highway/Heavy Construction industry will be made available to individuals who exhibit appropriate aptitude and work maturity. Lastly, transportation and gas cards will afford the opportunity to attend classes and appointments, as well as for travel to work during the first month of employment for individuals residing in the rural Counties served.

  • Faith Walk Ministries, Inc - Moberly
    1515 S Morley, Bldg 3, Ste A
    Moberly, MO 65270
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    The FaithWalk Rural Reentry Initiative provides long-term re-integration supportive services to 70 males and females offenders and sex offenders without discrimination, who are currently under the supervision of the Missouri Department of Corrections North Central Region. Supportive services will include: weekly case management and mentoring sessions in life skills, recovery support, employment, anger management and connections to other community resources. Benefit subsidies include: Assistance for sex offender treatment, housing support, transportation and basic care needs.

    The FaithWalk Rural Sex Offender Initiative will facilitate a structured community-based program that will reduce recidivism in rural disadvantage areas by providing long-term re-integration supportive services to 30 males and females sex offenders without discrimination, who are currently under the supervision of the Missouri Department of Corrections in the North Central Region within the counties of Randolph and Marion County. Supportive services will include: weekly case management and mentoring sessions in life skills, recovery support, employment, anger management and connections to other community resources. Benefit subsidies include: assistance for sex offender treatment, housing support, transportation and basic care needs.

  • Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare, Inc - Clinton
    1800 Community Dr
    Clinton, MO 64735
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    Community Support Specialists will actively engage participants of programming in accessing available community resources as well as available clinical programming offered by Pathways. Case managers will assist participants in acquiring necessary medical and behavioral health care services, as well as identifying appropriate housing opportunities and assisting participants with their employment skills and identifying viable employment opportunities. In addition to proposed case management services, Pathways will also offer each participant a clinical service package, which will include the following: Assessment/ASI Individual counseling sessions, process groups, educational groups as well as family support and education groups. Additional services can be provided, as deemed medically appropriate, at the time of the participant’s assessment and the creation of their wellness plan.

  • Pettis County Community Partnership - Sedalia
    515 S Kentucky Ave
    Sedalia, MO 65301
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    Pettis County Community Partnership will bring together the JOB Team, Job Point, and other community members to train ex-offenders for gainful employment while working with the participants to meet their housing, clothing, food, educational, and other needs. This is a complete wrap-around program.

  • The Alliance of Southwest Missouri - Joplin
    2914 E 32nd St
    Joplin, MO 64804
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    The Alliance of Southwest Missouri in collaboration with the "Circles Project" will provide ex-offenders with mentoring services, currently being offered in Joplin, Missouri. The Circles Project will allow ex-offenders to be matched with suitable community mentors in an effort to build relationships, set and review goals, learn how to escape poverty (a significant factor in recidivism rates), and expand social networks. Ultimately, mentees will learn the skills needed to build long-term visions for their own futures as well as that of the broader community. The Alliance will provide offenders with financial assistance to pay for the cost of living at a residential treatment facility. Residents enrolled in this Financial Assistance Program, will receive financial aid to cover the costs of rent for one month as well as continuum of care financial assistance, including counseling, necessary medical expenses, and basic employment needs. The Alliance will also will provide transportation services to non-driving ex-offenders by providing transportation to and from places of employment, medical facilities, and social service agencies.

  • The Mission Gate Christian Center
    194 Idlewild Rd
    Cuba, MO 65453
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    The residents will receive assistance with daily living activities (ADL.s), obtaining employment, transportation services, etc. Duties will also include assisting in the training of volunteers to be peer mentors. This project will also include additional counseling to ex-offenders in the Mission Gate program, enhanced 12-step recovery meetings and life skills classes, including anger management, parenting classes and weekly individual counseling and family counseling when necessary. The wrap-around services offered with this mentoring program include: Family counseling and parenting classes, housing for residents, mental health counseling (and anger management classes), substance abuse counseling, assistance with employment, transportation to work and meeting the basic needs of residents.

    This project will provide 115 residents in Mission Gate's Fort Good Shepherd aftercare program with an enhanced employment program. assisting residents with job applications, resumes, job search activities, and developing partnerships with local employers. A job readiness class will be taught to residents to help them develop soft skills, such as life skills and interpersonal relationships. The Mission Gate program is nine months in length, which will allow for adequate follow-up with each participant. Hard skills will also be included in the program, including GED instruction and computer classes. Finally, resources will be used to ensure that residents have all of their basic needs met, including adequate food, clothing and identification. Residents will also be provided with transportation services to and from work, job interviews and classes they want to attend.

  • ASCENT Recovery Residences - Joplin
    P.O. Box 4368
    Joplin, MO 64803
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    The "Getting it Right" program will enable 17 offenders in Jasper and Newton counties to correct significant thinking errors and assimilate the myriad changes that must be made into their life. Upon completion of the program, offenders will have made improvements in the six major recovery domains: Abstinence, Employment, Stability in Housing, Basic Needs including medical/dental care, Criminal Justice Involvement, and Social Connectedness.

  • Liberty House Ministries - Perryville
    19 Sox Lane
    Perryville, MO 63775
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    The mission of Liberty House Ministries is to provide a safe, loving, transitional, residential environment for women who are willing to make a positive life change. We provide housing, case management, individual and group counseling, educational assistance, employment assistance, financial planning, and transportation. It is a 6-12 month program. A housing director resides full time at the facility. We accept women 18 years and older who have been released from the department of corrections, or in some way, have been involved with the department of corrections

  • Helping Ministry Neighborhood Development Corp, Inc - Hayti Heights
    600 W Washington
    Hayti, MO 63851
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    Provide workforce development and employment services; provide support services: rental assistance, HISET/GED test fees, wellness screening fees, transportation, and personal protective equipment.

  • New Vision Counselling - Cape Girardeau
    619 N Broadview St
    Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
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    This project will assist sex offenders in their re-entry into society by paying for their mandatory treatment for the first six months after they are released from incarceration. Sex Offender Evaluations will be completed on sex offenders re-entering the community or probation system.

  • New Madrid County Human Resources Council Community Partnership - New Madrid
    420 Virginia Ave
    New Madrid, MO 63869
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    The Tri-County Re-Entry Project provides wrap around services to offenders currently under supervision with the MO Department of Corrections whom reside in New Madrid, Mississippi and Scott counties focusing primarily on employment readiness/soft skills, job search assistance, life skills, follow up services, housing assistance and supportive services to reduce the rates of recidivism in the community.

  • Jefferson County Community Partnership - Festus
    3875 Plass Rd, Bldg A
    Festus, MO 63028
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    Moving Forward with Transportation Assistance provides individuals currently under the supervision of the Southeast Region - Jefferson County Probation & Parole Office with overcoming transportation barriers by providing bus passes and detailed map outlining stops to assist with basic physiological needs, legal appointments, employment, education and social services. JCCP will contribute in-kind supports which include: direct and indirect administrative salary, fringe, occupancy, program costs and meeting space.

  • Community Counseling Center - Cape Girardeau
    402 S Silver Springs Rd
    Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
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    Community Based Solutions (CBS): A Forensic Substance Abuse/Co-Occurring Division of Community Counseling Center is a specialized forensic division programmatically designed to increase the effective scope of the MRP initiative. CBS's systemic, holistic response reduces relapse and recidivism via two independent elements: (1) Forensic Group Intervention: ADA Certified Substance Abuse (primary emphasis) utilizes evidence based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Advanced Cognitive Restructuring; Anger Management and Domestic Violence issues; and (2) Case Management: Employment, including computer access for session job skills, job search, resumes; practice interviews); life-skills, including hygiene, appropriate dress; dependency/independency, recommendations/alternatives for moving; education/GED; referrals/resources. Other services include psychiatry and mental health/co-occurring counseling for mentally disabled clients. CBS automated tracking system and weekly rosters provide Probation & Parole Officers with overviews of client’s statuses.

  • Butler County Community Resource Council - Poplar Bluff
    644 Charles St
    Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
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    Mentoring of Offenders is designed to match twenty-five offenders with community mentors in Butler County. Each mentee (offender) will received wrap around services to support their success in the mentoring program. The menu of wrap around services includes academic, housing, transportation and/or basic needs.

  • Recovery Lighthouse, Inc - Warrensburg, MO
    107 E Culton St
    Warrensburg, MO 64093
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    Ready4Change program will enable at least 50 offenders in District 5 to receive person-centered reentry services. The program is designed to help offenders across the following domains: a) Employment/Purpose; b) Stability in Housing; c) Basic Needs; d) Health and Sobriety; e) Community/Social Connectedness; and f) Decreased Criminal Justice Involvement.

    The same program will enable at least 50 offenders in District 29 to receive person-centered reentry services. The program is designed to help offenders across the following domains: a) Employment/Purpose; b) Stability in Housing; c) Basic Needs; d) Health and Sobriety; e) Community/Social Connectedness; and f) Decreased Criminal Justice Involvement. Services will be provided at the Recovery Lighthouse location in Sedalia.

  • Literacy Kansas City - Kansas City
    211 W Armour Blvd, Third Floor
    Kansas City, MO 64111
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    Open Doors is a literacy program for offenders with low reading levels who are supervised by Probation and Parole offices in Jackson County, MO. Volunteer tutors meet twice a week with offenders to provide free, one-to-one literacy instruction. Offenders will improve their literacy skills and achieve personal goals, such as getting a job, enrolling in a GED course, or passing a written driver's test. Open Doors is an expansion of the adult literacy program of Literacy Kansas City.

  • Kansas City Metropolitan Crime Commission - Kansas City
    2700 E 18th St, Room 207
    Kansas City, MO 64127
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    The Second Chance Housing Program is a case management driven service, targeting Missouri Offenders, including sex offenders, who are deemed "high risk" of recidivating. The case manager assists level III offenders with goal setting and achievement, including the acquisition of affordable and desirable transitional or rental housing, primarily assisting offenders who reside at KCCRC or who are considered homeless (streets/ shelters). The Housing Specialist will assist participants with first month's rent/ deposit. Participants complete Tenant's Rights and Responsibilities Class and have access to Second Chance Program Services including mentoring and employment services, to assist with their secondary goals. A goal for all participants is to reduce their level of supervision, including release from KCCRC, removal of electronic monitoring and/ or a reduction in FRRI Scores, through addressing risk factors as identified by parties to the case.

  • Connections to Success - Kansas City
    3120 Troost Ave
    Kansas City, MO 64109
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    This project will serve 20 male offenders under state supervision and include those identified through the Kansas City No Violence Alliance (NoVA). Services will include job readiness training, job search assistance, job retention, case management, transportation, mentoring and other direct services.

  • Catholic Charities of Kansas City - St. Joseph, Inc
    20 W 9th St, Ste 650
    Kansas City, MO 64105
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    TurnAround Kansas City Basic Essentials' goal is to assist ex-offenders still under Parole & Probation supervision, with successfull transition into the Kansas City community, regardless of offense category or gender. TurnAround helps participants develop stable, productive lifestyles and promotes crime-free living conditions. Program includes housing stabilization, strengths based case management, mentoring/guidance partnerships, basic and emergency essentials, education/training for employment, employment outreach, and other wrap-around services. TurnAround St. Joseph Basic Essentials' helps participants by offering the same services in the St. Joseph area.

  • Connections to Success - St. Louis
    2125 Bissell St
    St. Louis, MO 63107
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    This project will enroll 20 female offenders under supervision residing in St. Louis, MO who are supporting children in the home. Services will include job readiness, job search assistance, job retention, motherhood & parenting classes, case management, mentoring and other direct services.

  • Gateway Housing Foundation - St. Louis
    3820 N 14th Street
    St. Louis, MO 63107
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    The Northside Employment and Training Program (N.E.A.T.) is an educational and community development program for ex-offenders living in Saint Louis, Missouri. Its aim is to provide an alternative lifestyle to the norm of gang, drugs, and criminal activity by offering a community supportive network that addresses the holistic individual and promote positive values that will encourage the participants to pursue a successful lifestyle, without compromising their integrity or character. Furthermore, the program will provide leadership and community development opportunities, as well as, engage participants in understanding decision-making and goal-oriented planning.

  • Criminal Justice Ministry - St. Louis
    100 N Jefferson Ave
    St. Louis, MO 63103
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    "Entry Essentials 6--Inner'' allows the Criminal Justice Ministry to continue assisting hundreds of prisoners who are returning to St. Louis without resources. Resources available on referral: initial help with rent/deposit, personal hygiene needs, inner clothing (underwear, socks), food, and medical needs. All MODOC supervisees who have been recently released into St. Louis are eligible if/when they are referred by their parole officers. Sex offenders will have priority for housing deposit or rent if recommended by their parole officer.

    Release Center to Rent (RC2R) is a sub-program of Release to Rent to help to transition those individuals who are currently housed at SLCRC to their own apartment in the community. This program is all-inclusive. Assistance can be provided for deposit, rent, modest furnishings, food, clothing, transportation, hygiene, and basic medical needs.

    Upon their release, the 15 clients-all under DOC supervision can be placed into a furnished and ready apartment with individualized services and intensive supervision. A security deposit will be paid. Rent will be paid in full for the first three months and then will "step down" each month thereafter until the twelfth month when the client will take over paying rent in full. Five of the 15 new clients will be sex offenders. Another 7 sex offenders are currently participating in the program and will continue with services with the new round of funding.

    Sex offender treatment, for 12 continuing clients plus 15 new clients to be served. Upon their release, the 15 clients-all under DOC supervision-will receive assistance with utilities, monthly bus passes, clothing, food, medical services, personal hygiene items, and other needs the client might have that are not readily available from other sources. This assistance will continue as needed for up to one year, keeping in mind each client's individual needs. Five of the 15 new clients will be sex offenders.

    Vital Papers 6 will continue to give financial and personal assistance in obtaining important documents such as out-of state and Missouri birth certificates, state IDs, and Designated Sex Offender Assessments. All services are open to sex offenders, based on need and recommendation of the Probation and Parole Officer.

  • Employment Connection - St Louis
    2838 Market Street
    St. Louis, MO 63103
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    Employment Connection will connect 18 high risk offenders and 12 sex offenders to employment, counseling, transportation, education, and supportive services in a multi-collaborative environment.

  • Center for Women in Transition - St Louis Community
    7529 South Broadway
    St. Louis, MO 63111
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    Services are provided to those offenders being released into the St. Louis community after incarceration.The program is maintained to serve 35 female offenders in FY2014, providing transitional housing, basic needs such as food cards, one-on-one mentoring, linkage to employment services and substance abuse treatment, transportation and restorative justice activities. The Restorative Justice program would be available to the women. To further meet client’s needs, we offer medical and mental health care and assist with rental deposits and sex offender counseling to the referred women.

  • Deaconess Long Term Care, Corporate Office
    2003 South Jefferson Pkwy , PO Box J
    Harrisonville, MO 64701
  • White Ridge Health Center
    1501 SW 3rd St
    Lee's Summit, MO 64081
  • Westside Residential Care Center
    104 W Pearl St
    Harrisonville, MO 64701
  • Senior Estates
    2323 Swope Pkwy
    Kansas City, MO 64130
  • Park Place Care Center
    11901 Jessica Ln
    Raytown, MO 64138
  • Monett Benchmark Health Care
    410 W Benton St
    Monett, MO 65708
  • Deaconess-Cleveland Health Care Center
    7001 Cleveland
    Kansas City, MO 64132
  • Cedar Valley Health Center
    6124 Raytown Rd
    Raytown, MO 64132
  • Camden Health Center
    2203 E Mechanic
    Harrisonville, MO 64701
  • ABC Health Center
    307 E South St
    Harrisonville, MO 64701
  • Valley Manor and Rehabilitation Center
    1410 Hospital Dr
    Excelsior Springs, MO 64024
  • Sikeston Convalescent Center
    103 Kennedy Dr
    Sikeston, MO 63801
  • Riverview Nursing Center
    10303 State Rd C
    Mokane, MO 65059
  • Ridge Crest Nursing Center
    706 S Mitchell St
    Warrensburg, MO 64093
  • Oak Park Nursing Center
    6637 Berthold Ave
    St. Louis, MO 63139
  • The Meadows Care Center
    1805 W 32nd St
    Joplin, MO 64804
  • Maries Manor Nursing Home
    174 Ballpark Rd
    Vienna, MO 65582
  • Jefferson Health Care
    615 SW Oldham Pkwy
    Lee's Summit, MO 64081
  • Hunter Acres Caring Center
    628 N West St
    Sikeston, MO 63801
  • Houston House
    1100 N Industrial Dr
    Houston, MO 65483
  • Heartland Care and Rehabilitation Center
    2525 Boutin Dr
    Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
  • Green Meadows Skilled Care Center
    1 Green Meadows lane , Rt 2, Box 251
    Linn, MO 65051
  • Granby House
    301 S Main St , PO Box 271
    Granby, MO 64844
  • Delhaven Manor Nursing Home
    5460 Delmar Blvd
    St. Louis, MO 63112
  • Deaconess Long Term Care
    7001 Cleveland Ave
    Kansas City, MO 64132
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  • Colonial Gardens Health Care
    Route 3, Box 3101
    Boonville, MO 65233
  • Brent B Tennin Manor
    220 Euel Polk Dr , PO Box 460
    Ellington, MO 63638
  • Aurora Nursing Center
    1700 S Hudson Avenue , PO Box 438
    Aurora, MO 65605
  • Meadow Brook Manor
    1024 Adams St
    Jefferson City, MO 65109
  • East Hill Health Care
    307 Grand Ave
    Carrollton, MO 64633
  • Beverly Healthcare of West Plains
    1410 Kentucky Ave
    West Plains, MO 65775
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - West Plains
    3417 Division Dr, Ste 2
    West Plains, MO 65775
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Kirksville
    1612 N Osteopathy Ste B
    Kirksville, MO 63501
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Kansas City North
    310 NW Englewood Rd Ste 300
    Gladstone, MO 64118
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - St. Louis North
    4040 Seven Hills Dr Ste 257
    Florissant, MO 63033
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - St Charles
    3737 Harry S Truman Blvd Ste 400
    St Charles, MO 63301
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Farmington
    901 Progress Dr, Ste 100
    Farmington, MO 63640
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Rolla
    1101 King's Hwy , PO Box 550
    Rolla, MO 65401
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Poplar Bluff
    1903 Northwood Dr Ste 3
    Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Columbia
    1500 Vandiver Dr Ste 111
    Columbia, MO 65202
  • Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation - Cape Girardeau
    3102 Blattner Dr Ste 103
    Cape Girardeau, MO 64601
  • Golden Age Nursing Home
    12498 SE Hwy 116
    Braymer, MO 64624
  • Four Seasons Living Center
    2800 Hwy Tt
    Sedalia, MO 65301
  • VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
    1807 Park 270 Dr, Ste 110
    St. Louis, MO 63146
  • VITAS Hospice Inpatient Unit
    2316 E Meyer Blvd
    Kansas City, MO 64132
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    Inpatient Unit

  • VITAS Hospice Hospice Care - Festus
    998 E Gannon Dr
    Festus, MO 63028
  • VITAS Healthcare Corporation Midwest - Independence
    4041 S Lynn Ct Dr
    Independence, MO 64055
  • Visiting Nurse Association Hospice Care - St. Louis
    11440 Olive Blvd, Ste 200
    St. Louis, MO 63141-7109
  • Village Hospice - Lexington
    1016 Main St
    Lexington, MO 64067
  • Village Hospice - Lee’s Summit
    400 NW Murray Rd
    Lee's Summit, MO 64081
  • Unity Hospice of Greater St. Louis
    1300 Hampton Ave, #202
    St. Louis, MO 63139
  • Unity Hospice - Collinsville, IL
    907 N Bluff Rd, #3
    Collinsville, IL 62234
  • Twin Lakes Hospice, Inc
    725 E Ohio St
    Clinton, MO 64735
  • Tri-County Hospice Services, Inc
    1523 US Hwy 60 Business, Ste 3 , PO Box 909
    Dexter, MO 63841
  • TIP Hospice (VNA TIP)
    3445 Bridgeland Dr
    Bridgeton, MO 63044
  • TIP Hospice - Bridgeton
    3440 DePaul Ln, Ste 201
    Bridgeton, MO 63044
  • TIP Hospice - Washington
    1351 Jefferson St, #120
    Washington, MO 63090