Health, Housing and Human Services
The Center is a non-profit community mental health organization offering a wide range of outpatient mental health services for residents of Douglas County, KS. Founded in 1950, the Bert Nash Center was created in memory of Dr. Bert Nash (1898-1947), a University of Kansas educational psychologist and community leader dedicated to improving the health of Kansas children. Today the Center is a licensed, comprehensive mental health facility committed to providing research-based services to improve the lives of Douglas County residents.
200 Maine Street, Suite A, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
Court Appoint Special Advocates (CASAs) are volunteers trained to be advocates for children who have been abused and neglected and are under the protection of the court. The volunteers are appointed by the judge to meet regularly with the child, review records, and talk to family members and professionals involved in the child's case. They report information to the judge, make recommendations to promote the child's best interests, and monitor compliance with the court's orders until the child has been placed in a safe, permanent home.
1009 New Hampshire Street, Suites A & B, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
DCCCA coordinates programs that provide behavioral health prevention and treatment, recruitment, training, and support of foster homes, and traffic safety educations and resources. DCCCA also provides evaluation research to their programs and partners.
3312 Clinton Parkway, Lawrence, KS 66047, USA
The Douglas County Child Development Association (DCCDA) is a non-profit membership and service organization committed to developing programs to support early childhood care and education in Douglas County, Kansas.
1525 West 6th Street, Suite A, Lawrence, KS 66049, USA
The Douglas County Legal Aid Society (the Legal Aid Clinic at KU Law) offers no-cost legal assistance in a limited range of cases. All matters are handled by third year law students operating under Kansas Supreme Court Rule 719 with the supervision of KU Law clinical faculty.
1535 West 15th Street, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045, USA
Independence, Inc.'s mission is to provide advocacy, services, and education for people with disabilities and our communities. (Source: http://www.independenceinc.org/read.asp?docid=592)
2001 Haskell Avenue, Lawrence, KS 66046, USA
Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging (JAAA) provides information, referral and services for older Kansans and their caregivers residing in Shawnee, Jefferson and Douglas Counties. JAAA is a bridge to the aging network providing services for seniors such as case management, caregiver support, and information and outreach. Through partnerships with other community agencies, JAAA also coordinates service delivery. (Source: http://www.jhawkaaa.org/about-us/)
2910 Southwest Topeka Boulevard, Topeka, KS 66611, USA
Official site for the Kansas Dept. for Aging and Disability Services.
503 South Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, USA
KSPHQ is the “parent organization” of Headquarters Counseling Center and the Kansas Suicide Prevention Resource Center. Together these programs form a comprehensive approach to suicide prevention.
The resource center provides awareness tools, training, and resources across the state of Kansas.
2110 Delaware Street, Suite B, Lawrence, KS 66046
The mission of the Child & Family Services Clinic is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the children, adolescents, and families of the Lawrence community and surrounding areas. We are a training clinic for the Ph.D. graduate students of the Clinical Child Psychology program at the University of Kansas. (Source: http://www2.ku.edu/~kuclinic/)
1000 Sunnyside Avenue, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045, USA
The Lawrence Workforce Center is a single point of entry to a network of employment, training, and educational programs and providers in Douglas, Franklin and Jefferson counties. They help employers find skilled workers and help career seekers access the tools needed to manage their careers through high quality information and services. (Source: http://www.workforcecenters.com/lawrence/)
2920 Haskell Avenue #2, Lawrence, KS 66046, USA
LDCHA provides affordable housing for families, individuals and independent senior living.
1600 Haskell Avenue, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
The Lawrence-Douglas County Public Health offers clinic services, family services, regulatory services and community services.
200 Maine Street, Lawrence, KS 66044, USA
The Senior Resource Center for Douglas County, Inc. provides resources, services, programming and advocacy that enhance the quality of the second half of life. SRC is a source of information for seniors, their families and professionals. SRC itself provides many direct services: Senior Wheels (transportation), Medicare counseling and enrollment (during open enrollment and year round for initial enrollments), support groups, legal aid, emergency financial assistance, tax assistance and produces the Better Senior Living newsletter with schedules for classes, clubs, social events and more.
745 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS 66044
Trinity In-Home Care is a local nonprofit agency providing affordable in-home assistance with housekeeping, personnel care, care giver relief, and non-medical support for individuals who may not be able to remain in their home otherwise. TIHC has been serving Douglas County, KS since 1976. (Source: http://www.tihc.org/)
2201 West 25th Street Suite Q, Lawrence, KS 66047, USA