Benton County Services:

Benton County Resource Brochure – Gives a list of resources available to individuals in the county.

Department of Human Services (DHS)- (319) 472-4746- Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) of East Central Region-319-472-4743- a regional management plan designed to improve health, hope, and successful outcomes for the adults in our region who have mental health and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.  County contact information is located on the left-hand side of the column.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-472-4743 –  Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management (TCM)– 641-484-4191 -Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Benton County License Information- 319-472-2450 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Benton County Transportation – 319-472-2413 – Providing door to door service for anyone within Benton County.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Benton County Assistance Programs –  Assistance programs for food, medical, rent, heating & debt counseling services.

Food Pantry – 319-472-4743 – The food pantry dispenses food to Benton County residents who are experiencing an emergency need for food.

General Assistance – 319-472-4744: Provides assistance on a temporary basis for a limited period of time. It can be used to pay for basic needs that include rent/lot rent; interest on the original mortgage; utilities such as gas, electric, and water; burial; and food vouchers for clients who are unable to work.

Genesis Development –  319-444-3211 – Provides opportunities, choices, and supports for people with disabilities.  Member services include residential services, group homes, discovery program, employment services, mental health services, transition services, crisis intervention, as well as Explorers Day camp.

Goodwill of Northeast Iowa – 319-234-4626 – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities.

Mid Iowa Community Action – 641-752-7162 – MICA provides early childhood, health, family development and housing services as well as community enrichment programs.

North Star Community Services  – Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

Representative Payee Social Services – 319-472-4743: Representative payee for persons receiving Social Security.

REM Iowa Community Services Supported living and residential services for adults and children with disabilities

Social Services – 319-472-4743 Provides resources to qualified candidates.

YMCA – 319-377-7361- Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Black Hawk County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 319-291-2646- Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS)-IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

  • Job Openings–  Job Search Engine by Zip Code, County, or Region

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – County Social Services provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-292-2272 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – Designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Black Hawk County License Information– 319-235-0902 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission – 319-233-5213 – (Black Hawk, Bremer, Butler, Chickasaw, Grundy, Buchanan)

Metropolitan Transit Authority of Black Hawk Co. – 319-234-5714 Provides transportation to the region.  Open to general public.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Black Hawk County Conservator – provides guardianship, conservatorship, and representative payee services for adult individuals in need and who are not able to have their needs met by any other means.

Black Hawk-Grundy Mental Health Center – (319) 234-2893 or (800) 583-1526

Comprehensive Systems  -Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities.

Cedar Valley Community Support Services– Cedar Valley Community Support Services is a state-approved Supported Community Living Agency (SCL). We advocate for our clients to ensure that community services, as well as state and federal programs, remain available to them.

Exceptional Persons Inc.  – Vocational, living and housing services for people with disabilities

Food Pantry-County map to find food counties across Iowa.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc. – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

North Star Community Services  – Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

Operation Threshold – 319-291-2065 – Operation Threshold provides Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services in Black Hawk.  WIC is a federally funded program that has been providing food assistance, nutrition education and referrals to other social services agencies.

Pathways Behavioral Services-Call our University Avenue Office at – 319- 235-6571, or any of our counseling locations in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw counties

REM Iowa Community Services  – Supported living and residential services for adults and children with disabilities

Transition Alliance Program (TAP) – A joint project of a Community School District and the Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS). TAP is available to students with disabilities and designed to assist in transitioning from school to adult life.

YMCA– Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Bremer County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) -800-972-2017 –  (Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services-IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

  • Job Openings–  Job Search Engine by Zip Code, County, or Region

MHDS of East Central Region – a regional management plan designed to improve health, hope, and successful outcomes for the adults in our region who have mental health and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.  County contact information is located on the left-hand side of the column.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-352-2993 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Transportation:

Bremer County License Information- 319-352-2615 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (319-233-5213)  Provides transportation services throughout the county.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Community Based Services– 319-352-2990- Supported Community Living- Community Based Services provides Supported Living Services within the individual home and community according to the needs and choices of the individual.   Employment Services – Community Based Services provides Supported Employment Services to assist in providing individuals with competitive work in an integrated work setting with on-going support services provided by a “job coach”.

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across iowa.

Goodwill of Northeast Iowa, Inc. Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

The Larrabee Center, Inc. Vocational and community support services for people with disabilities

North Star Community Services Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

Operation Threshold – (800)643-1629Operation Threshold provides Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services in Bremer County .WIC is a federally funded program that has been providing food assistance, nutrition education and referrals to other social services agencies.

Pathways Behavioral Services-Call our University Avenue Office at (319) 235-6571, or any of our counseling locations in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw counties

Together 4 Families- Programming options, consultation, safety, and other resources available in the county.


Buchanan County Services:

Buchanan Community Services- List of resources available to individuals in the county.

Department of Human Services (DHS): 319-334-6091 Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services-IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

  • Job Openings–  Job Search Engine by Zip Code, County, or Region

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-334-7450 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management (TCM): 319-334-7450 – Each county has a plan for providing targeted case management. TCM’s work with individuals with the following disabilities: Chronic Mental Illness, Mental Retardation, Brain Injury, or Developmental Disability. The consumer must be Title 19 eligible. The TCM role is to assist the consumer in identifying their goals and needs, finding a way to meet those needs through various service options, and finding a funding source. The TCM then follows the individual to monitor progress towards goals and further assist in any coordination of services. County Social work is also a service that is provided. County Social workers have a similar role as the TCM except they may work with individuals who are not Title 19 eligible.

Transportation:

Buchanan County License Information– 319-334-7456 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (319-233-5213) Provides transportation services in Buchanon County.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Backbone Area Counseling Center
 – (319) 334-9114
 or (563) 927-7330  Each county must either be affiliated with a mental health center or contract for mental health services. Some services available would be crisis intervention, medication management, therapy and education about mental health issues.

Buchanan County Operation Threshold – 319-334-6081 – Operation Threshold provides Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services in Buchanan.  WIC is a federally funded program that has been providing food assistance, nutrition education and referrals to other social services agencies.

Food Pantry-County map to find food counties across Iowa.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc. Vocational and housing services for people with disabilities.

MHDS of East Central Region – a regional management plan designed to improve health, hope, and successful outcomes for the adults in our region who have mental health and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.  County contact information is located on the left-hand side of the column.

Pathways Behavioral Services-Call our University Avenue Office at (319) 235-6571, or any of our counseling locations in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw counties.


Butler County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) -319- 267-2594  – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – County Social Services provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-267-2663 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – Designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Butler County License Information– 319-267-2145 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (319-233-5213) provides transit services to the region.  Open to the general public.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Food Pantry-County map to find food counties across Iowa.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc. Vocational and housing services for people with disabilities

Pathways Behavioral Services-Call University Avenue Office at (319) 235-6571, or any of our counseling locations in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw counties

Together 4 Families– Programming options, consultation, safety, and other resources available in the county.

YMCA– (641) 228-2254 – Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Cerro Gordo County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-424-8641 – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) -641-422-1551- IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence, and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS)- 641-421-3145 – Provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services –  641-421-3145 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – 641-421-3145-Designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Cerro Gordo County License Information– 641-423-8391 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit System– 641-423-2262 – NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Additional Services:

Comprehensive Systems  – 641-228-4842 – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill of the Great Plains  – 877-608-7775 – Vocational services for individuals with disabilities

North Iowa Vocational Services (NIVC)  – 641-423-3301 – Empowering individuals with disabilities to achieve competitive employment

North Star Community Services  – 641-494-2540 – Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

One Vision– To inspire meaningful lives by connecting people with purpose, whether that purpose is obtaining a job in their community, finding a home that meets their needs and wants, or supporting their personal interests.

YMCA – (641) 422-5999 – Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Chickasaw County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS):  641-228-5713; 888-417-9027  Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services -IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

MHDS-County Social Services-  (641) 394-3426 Financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-394-3426 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management (TCM): 641-394-3426 Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Chickasaw County License Information-641-394-3204  – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (319-233-5213) The Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (RTC) provides transit services within the INRCOG region. All services are open to the general public, including persons with disabilities. In addition to providing transit, RTC is responsible for coordinating transportation in the region.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Chickasaw Co Public Health Services– Provides resources and clinics for health needs.

Comprehensive Systems– Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

Food Pantry- County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc- Vocational and housing services for people with disabilities

North Star Community Services Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

Operation Threshold– (800) 643-1629 – Operation Threshold provides Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services in  Chickasaw County. WIC is a federally funded program that has been providing food assistance, nutrition education and referrals to other social services agencies.

Pathways Behavioral Services-Call our University Avenue Office at (319) 235-6571, or any of our counseling locations in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw counties

YMCA – (641) 228-2254 – Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Floyd County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-228-5713 – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) County Social Services – provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-257-6363 – Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – 641-421-3145-Designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Floyd County License Information– 641-257-6121 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit – 641-228-6846 NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Additional Services:

Comprehensive Systems – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc. – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

North Iowa Vocational Services (NIVC)  – 641-423-3301 – Empowering individuals with disabilities to achieve competitive employment

North Star Community Services – Employment, day, and living services for people with disabilities

Transition Alliance Program (TAP)- TAP is available to students with disabilities and designed to assist in transitioning from school to adult life.
TAP provides a variety of vocational based individualized services that generally begin when the student is a sophomore in high school.

YMCA – (641) 228-2254 – Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Franklin County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 319-267-2594 – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – 641- 422-1551 – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence, and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MDHS) – Franklin County Community Services – 641-456-2128 – Service needs for persons with disabilities, emergency financial assistance, or substance abuse

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-456-2128 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – 641-456-2128 – Central Iowa Case Management (CICM) provides support and advocacy to people with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities with a focus on individual strengths and desires.

Transportation:

Franklin County License Information– 641-456-5678 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit – 641-324-5191 – NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Additional Services:

Franklin Food Pantry – 641-451-2128 -The food pantry dispenses food to Benton County residents who are experiencing an emergency need for food.

Goodwill Industries of Central Iowa –  515-265-5323- Vocational services for veterans, people who have never worked, and people with disabilities

North Iowa Vocational Center (NIVC)- (641) 423-3301 – NIVC Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing employment training and support to people with disabilities.

Together 4 Families– Programming options, consultation, safety, and other resources available in the county.

YMCA – :(641) 444-4419 – Community Organization for health, wellness, body, spirit, and mind for all ages.


Hancock County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – (641) 424-8641Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) -IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – County Social Services – provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-582-3271 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management (TCM)- Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Hancock County License Information– 641-923-4455 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit- 641-923-3333 NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users. Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill of the Great Plains Vocational services for people with disabilities.

Hancock County Resource List– Comprehensive list of all services (food pantry, childcare, health needs, etc) in one location.

North Iowa Vocational Center (NIVC)- (641) 423-3301 – NIVC Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing employment training and support to people with disabilities.

One Vision– To inspire meaningful lives by connecting people with purpose, whether that purpose is obtaining a job in their community, finding a home that meets their needs and wants, or supporting their personal interests.


Hardin County Resources:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – Supports individuals with food assistance, Medicaid, Iowa Health and Wellness plan, child care assistance, family investment program, refugee resettlement program.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services-IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – Service needs for persons with disabilities, emergency financial assistance, or substance abuse.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-939-8168 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – Hardin County is a state accredited Targeted Case Management provider for persons with Chronic Mental Illness, Mental Retardation, and Developmental Disabilities. Targeted Case Management is an individualized service to assist in planning and attaining goals to live more productive lives.

Transportation:

Hardin County License Information– (641) 939-8238 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

People Rides –  Peoplerides, a public transit service, provides low-cost transportation for trips that either originate or end in Hardin, Marshall, Poweshiek, and Tama counties.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry-The food pantry dispenses food to Benton County residents who are experiencing an emergency need for food.

Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc. (MICA) – Serves children and families affected by the conditions of poverty,  MICA provides early childhood, health, family development and housing services as well as community enrichment programs.

Goodwill of Central Iowa Vocational services for veterans, people who have never worked, and people with disabilities.


Grundy County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) -IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – County Social Services – provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 319-824-6779 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management– Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Grundy County License Information– 319-824-1212 ext 1 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Iowa Northland Regional Transit Commission (319-233-5213) Provides transit services for the region.  All services are open to the general public.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Additional Services:

Black Hawk-Grundy Mental Health Center (319) 234-2893 or (800) 583-1526

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill of Northeast Iowa, Inc. Vocational and housing services for people with disabilities

Operation Threshold – 319-824-3460 – Operation Threshold provides Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) services in Grundy County.  WIC is a federally funded program that has been providing food assistance, nutrition education and referrals to other social services agencies.

Together 4 Families– Programming options, consultation, safety, and other resources available in the county.


Marshall County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-752-6741 – Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – Marshall County Community Services – 641-754-6390 – Act as the gatekeeper to a countywide system of services and supports by taking applications, making eligibility decisions, evaluating the needs of individuals, and working to create and implement a service funding plan.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-754-6390 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Marshall County License Information– 641-752-5668 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Peoplerides – (641) 752-6202 – a public transit service, was established to provide low-cost transportation for trips that either originate or end in Hardin, Marshall, Poweshiek, and Tama counties.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill of Central Iowa – Vocational services for veterans, people who have never worked, and people with disabilities

Iowa Valley Continuing Education – 641-752-4645 – Assists adults with disabilities in Marshall, Poweshiek, and Tama counties.

Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc. (MICA) – 641-752-7162 –  Serves children and families affected by the conditions of poverty.  MICA provides early childhood, health, family development and housing services as well as community enrichment programs

Mid-Iowa Workshops, Inc. – Phone:  641-752-3697 Vocational services for people with disabilities

North Star Community Services – Employment, day, and living services for people with    disabilities

REM Iowa Community Services – 641-753-1192 – Supported living, and residential services for adults and children with disabilities.


Mitchell County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-228-5713 Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) County Social Services – provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-832-2615 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

CPC/Case Management – a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Mitchell County License Information -641-832-3940 Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit – 641-732-4260 NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Additional Services:

Comprehensive Systems – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Goodwill of Northeast Iowa, Inc. – Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities

North Iowa Vocational Center (NIVC)- (641) 423-3301 – NIVC Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing employment training and support to people with disabilities.


Poweshiek County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-792-1955 or 800-342-0829 Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS)-Central Iowa Community Services –  641-236-9199 – Provides coordination and financial support for mental health and disability services to individuals located in the 10 county area.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-791-2304 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management (TCM)- 641-236-9199 – Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Access2Care 866-572-7662 (formerly TMS Transportation) For Medicaid Non Emergency Medical Transportation Program.

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

People Rides– 888-616-4298 All services are open to the general public, including persons with disabilities. 24 hour advance notice preferred.

Poweshiek County License Information – 641-623-3101 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Genesis Development -641- 236-0230 Provides opportunities, choices, and supports for people with disabilities.  Member services include residential services, group homes, discovery program, employment services, mental health services, transition services, crisis intervention, as well as Explorers Day Camp.

Goodwill of Central Iowa- to improve the quality of life for all individuals by providing skills training and helping people find jobs.

Iowa Valley Continuing Education – 800-284-4823 – Assists adults with disabilities in Marshall, Poweshiek, and Tama counties.

Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc. (MICA)-  641-752-7162 -Serves children and families affected by the conditions of poverty, MICA provides early childhood, health, family development and housing services as well as community enrichment programs.

Poweshiek County Services– 641-236-9199 – Comprehensive list of all services (food pantry, childcare, health needs, etc) in one location.

Poweshiek Resource Guide– Directory of resources available in Poweshiek County.


Tama County Services:

Department of Human Services-  319-472-4746 or 888-480-0062 Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS)- works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS)-County Social Services provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-484-4191 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management- Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation Services:

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

People Rides– 888-616-4298 All services are open to the general public, including persons with disabilities. 24-hour advance notice preferred.

Tama County License Information -(641) 484-3141  – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry – 319-472-4743 – The food pantry dispenses food to Benton County residents who are experiencing an emergency need for food.

Genesis Development -641-484-3561 – Providing opportunities, choices, and supports for people with disabilities.  Member services include residential services, group homes, discovery program, employment services, mental health services, transition services, crisis intervention, as well as Explorers Day Camp.

Goodwill Industries of Northeast Iowa, Inc. Vocational and housing services for individuals with disabilities.

Iowa Valley Continuing Education – Assists adults with disabilities in continuing education.

Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc. (MICA)- serves children and families affected by the conditions of poverty, MICA provides early childhood, health, family development and housing services as well as community enrichment programs.

North Star Community Services Employment, day, and residential services for people with disabilities.


Winnebago County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services – works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

MHDS-County Social Services -a regional management plan designed to improve health, hope, and successful outcomes for the adults in our region who have mental health and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities.  County contact information is located on the left-hand side of the column.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services -641-582-3271 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management-Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit– 641-923-3333 NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by any one in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Winnebago County License Information – 641-585-5387 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry-County map to find food counties across Iowa.

Goodwill of the Great Plains Vocational services for individuals with disabilities

Mosaic in North Iowa Phone: 641-585-5450 Residential, living and vocational services for people with intellectual disabilities.

North Iowa Vocational Center (NIVC)- (641) 423-3301 – NIVC Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing employment training and support to people with disabilities.

One Vision– To inspire meaningful lives by connecting people with purpose, whether that purpose is obtaining a job in their community, finding a home that meets their needs and wants, or supporting their personal interests.

YMCA – (641) 585-5220 – The Y is a community-service organization which promotes positive values through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.


Worth County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS) – 641-424-8641-Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Food Pantry– County map to find food pantries across Iowa.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS) – 641-422-1551 – IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence, and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) – 641-585-2340 – provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 641-582-3271 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management – 641-585-9027 – Designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation:

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Region 2 Transit – 641-324-1741 – NIACOG serves as the Regional Transit Authority for the eight county area (includes Cerro Gordo, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago and Worth counties). Transit service is available for use by anyone in the area. Each service is tailored to the needs of the local users.  Scroll to the bottom of the page for rates and contact information by county.

Worth County License Information – 641-324-2942 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Additional Services:

Goodwill of the Great Plains  – 877-608-7775 – Vocational services for people with disabilities

North Iowa Vocational Center (NIVC)- (641) 423-3301 – NIVC Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization providing employment training and support to people with disabilities.


Wright County Services:

Department of Human Services (DHS)- Provides assistance in health care, child care, child welfare, child support, and mental health and disability services.

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services (IVRS)– IVRS works for and with individuals who have disabilities to achieve their employment, independence and economic goals.  Click on the link, and pick the county you live in for contact information about eligibility and services.

Iowa Workforce Development – Resources for job seekers and employers (UI Benefits, Job Openings across the state, Division of Labor, Labor Market, Child Labor Permits)

Mental Health/Disability Services (MHDS) County Social Services- provides financial support for mental health and disability services programs to individuals in North Central and Northeastern Iowa. Click on the link and pick your county.

Regional Coordinators of Disability Services – 515-532-3309 Local access to mental health and disability services for adults provided either by counties organized into a regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389.

Targeted Case Management- Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) is a service that manages multiple resources for Medicaid members. It is designed to help persons with intellectual disabilities, brain injury, or developmental disabilities gain access to appropriate and necessary medical services and interrelated social and educational services.

Transportation Services:

Motor Vehicle Manual & Resources- Variety of Resources (manual, drivers license practice test, forms, laws etc.)

Wright County License Information – (515) 532-2691 – Direct link to the county driver’s license station.

Wright County Transit Phone: 515-602-6104 Provides transportation for individuals throughout the county.

Additional Services:

Food Pantry – 319-472-4743 – The food pantry dispenses food to Benton County residents who are experiencing an emergency need for food.

Goodwill of the Great Plains – Vocational services for people with disabilities

Mosaic – 877-366-7242  – Mosaic is an organization serving more than 3,700 people with intellectual disabilities in 36 agencies located in 10 states. We believe that every individual is a person of worth.