1st Five is a public-private partnership bridging primary care and public health services in Iowa. The 1st Five model supports health providers in the earlier detection of social-emotional and developmental delays and family risk-related factors in children birth to 5 and coordinates referrals, interventions and follow-up.
Clients must have a primary care physican referral. Fax Referrals to: (712) 377-6165 or (712) 859-3892
Serving Clinics & Providers in Calhoun, Hamilton, Hardin, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Webster & Wright Counties
Phone Number : (712) 298-6292
Website : https://hhs.iowa.gov/1stfive
Contact Person : Meredith Mickelson
Contact Email : email@example.com
Athletics for Education and Success (AFES) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that strives to help the youth and families of Fort Dodge and Webster County by providing hope and motivation for them. We aim to do this by any means necessary, giving the youth and parents the power to decide what they need, want and what may help them be successful. We offer our youth after-school programs, sports teams, mentoring groups, drum line groups, educational and cultural opportunities and much more. In addition to providing exceptional programming, we provide our youth with a sense of belonging and the determination to succeed.
Phone Number : 515.955.2969
Address : 712 3rd St NW, Fort Dodge (Former Hillcrest Elementary School)
Website : https://afes4kids.org/
Contact Person : Charles Clayton
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Services : Achieving Maximum Potential, After-School Program, Care For Children With Special Needs, Clothing Assistance, Crisis Childcare, Dropout Prevention, Food and Nutrition Education, Food Assistance, Food Pantry, Leadership Skills, Mentoring
BRIDGES is a PreK-12 school-based youth service program for students who have significant absences or have multiple office/health referrals. Students serviced by BRIDGES experience serious emotional distress and struggle to make and maintain connections with the school. Academic achievement and social skills are negatively impacted. BRIDGES staff work with students/families to increase the connection students have with the school by providing the support necessary so students can attend school and remain in class, increasing instructional time.
BRIDGES is available to all students in the FDCSD. Parents are encouraged to become involved. The BRIDGES staff coordinates with parents, students, and the appropriate service provider to get the help needed where and when the student needs it - at school.
Phone Number : 515.574.5469
Address : 819 N. 25th St Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Website : http://www.fdschools.org
Contact Person : Corey Moody
Contact Email : email@example.com
Catholic Charities provides professional mental health services for individuals, couples and families and serves people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds. Therapists are independently licensed. No one needing mental health assistance is ever turned away for the inability to pay. Catholic Charities offers care for anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, marital concerns, pornography addiction, and behavioral issues. Crisis debriefing is available for 1st responders and free mental health assessments are available for school-age children.
Phone Number : 515.576.4156
Address : 3 N 17th St Suite 1, Fort Dodge
Website : www.cathchar.com
Contact Person : JoDeanna Ramirez
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Services : Achieving Maximum Potential, Aggression Replacement Therapy, Child Therapy, Counseling For Private Insurance Holders, Family Planning, Grief Therapy, Marriage Counseling, Mental Health Therapy, Parental Crisis, Parenting, Teen Pregnancy Prevention Education, Teen Pregnancy Support, Telehealth
Child Health Specialty Clinics (CHSC) serves Iowa children and youth (from birth through 21 years of age) who have or are at risk of having a special health care need. These can include chronic conditions like asthma or diabetes, behavioral or developmental disorders like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or autism and more complex medical needs like spina bifida.
Phone Number : 515.955.8326
Address : Physicians Office Building West, 804 Kenyon Rd, Suite G
Website : www.chsciowa.org
Contact Person : Megan Sprecher
Contact Email : email@example.com
Services : Austism Program, Care For Children With Special Needs, Disability Services, Early ACCESS Service Coordination, Education, Emotional Support and Care Coordination with Local Agencies and Providers, Family to Family Support, Healthcare and Transitional Services and Support, Home Visits, IEP (Individualized Education Plan), IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan), Immunizations, Problem Solving, Spanish Interpretor, Special Needs Assistance, Telehealth, Transportation
Community and Family Resources (CFR) is dedicated to proactively assisting individuals, families and communities achieve healthy behavior and lifestyle through advocacy, treatment and prevention of substance abuse, problem gambling and mental illness. CFR's addiction treatment services are provided to adolescents and adults on an outpatient basis as well as in a residential/inpatient setting. CFR offers the following programs: Adult Crisis Stabilization Unit (ACSU), Recovery House, Prevention and Education, Detoxification, Residential Substance Use Treatment, Outpatient Substance Use Treatment, Problem Gambling Services, and Mental Health Services. Additional services include detoxification, transitional living/halfway housing and substance abuse/problem gambling prevention services. CFR has been a free standing comprehensive substance abuse provider dedicated to serving families since 1968. CFR has headquarters in Fort Dodge and also serves Boone, Calhoun, Hamilton, Humboldt, Pocahontas, Story, Webster and Wright counties. CFR is licensed by the State of Iowa to provide Substance Abuse Services and accredited as a Mental Health Service Provider by the Iowa Department of Human Services.
Phone Number : 515.576.7261
Address : 211 Avenue M West, Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Website : www.cfrhelps.org
Contact Person : MicMickie Shubin
Contact Email : MickieS@cfrhelps.org
Sliding fee primary health care, dental services and behavioral health services. Our mission is to make available quality medical and dental care, disease prevention, and health promotion services to anyone. Services include primary and preventative care, immunizations, family planning, women's health, well child visits, physicals/sports physicals, lab testing, dental care for all ages, preventative healthcare education, prescription assistance program, referrals to specialists, dental examinations & x-rays, dental treatment/fillings/extractions, chronic disease management, emergency treatment for pain/swelling/broken teeth, psychiatric medication management, on-site social worker consultations, individual, family, and couple mental health counseling, crisis intervention, treatment of anxiety disorders including PTSD, integrative behavioral therapy, stress management, treatment of mood disorders including depression and bipolar disorder, treatment of chronic psychotic illnesses including schizophrenia, substance abuse and addictions treatment, etc.
Phone Number : 515.576.6500
Address : 126 N 10th St, Fort Dodge
Website : www.chcfd.com
Contact Person : Alyssa Pflibsen
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The CASA program provides a trained volunteer advocate to represent the best interest of children who have been abused and/or neglected and who are adjudicated Child In Need of Assistance.
Phone Number : 515.824.3023
Website : www.casaiowa.org
Contact Person : Crystal Engstrom
Contact Email : email@example.com
All therapy services for individuals and families, in-home counseling (DHS contracted), counseling (Juvenile Court Services contracted) and behavioral health intervention services.
Phone Number : 515.570.4648
Address : 5 N. 27th St., Fort Dodge
Website : www.families-first.net
Contact Person : Peggy Sells
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-K through 12 public education. Student Services providers assist students to be healthy academically, socially, emotionally and assist students in their career planning. Student Services providers include Student Services Director, Counselors, Bridges Case Management, Mental Health Therapist on staff, At-Risk Counselors and Coordinators, Nurses, Alternative School Staff and Drop Out Prevention Coordinator.
Phone Number : 515.574.5678 (Student Services) or 515.574.5772 (At-Risk Counselor/Coordinator)
Address : 819 N 25th St, Fort Dodge
Website : www.fdschools.org
Contact Person : Marcy Harms, Director of Student Services or Peg Christensen, At-Risk Counselor/Coordinator
Contact Email : email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hawk-i is low cost/no cost health insurance for children. They offer two plans - a medical and dental plan and also a dental only plan. The cost per month is based on the family size and income. There are many services that Hawk-i covers such as doctor visits, hospital care, prescriptions, well-child check-ups, vaccines/shots, emergencies, surgery, dental care, vision exams, hearing services, mental health & substance abuse care, chiropractic care and speech therapy. This program is managed locally by the Webster County Health Department.
Phone Number : 515.573.4107
Address : Webster County Health Department, 723 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Jamie Saxton
Contact Email : email@example.com
Drop-in center for persons diagnosed with mental illness with or without Title 19. Mental health counseling for persons with Title 19 ages 3-93. IPR Program for persons diagnosed with mental health illness that hold Title 19. Call for a tour. We would be happy to show you around and answer any questions you might have.
Phone Number : 515.302.8555
Address : 330 1st Ave N, Ste L-2 (Lower Level), Fort Dodge
Website : www.hopehaven.org
Contact Person : Lynae D MDTesdall, LMHC-P, MS
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Independent, nonprofit, youth empowerment advocacy organization. Anti-bullying and suicide prevention advocates. Peer support for youth, self-esteem and confidence management for youth and support for families. Resources and referrals.
Phone Number : 515.408.5351
Website : www. Igbfdandbeyond.com
Contact Person : Jenny & Breck Johnson
Contact Email : email@example.com
Juvenile justice agency serving Webster and surrounding counties.
Phone Number : 515.573.1449
Address : 702 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Tim Wilably, Supervisor
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Alcohol and drug assessments and counseling for adults and youth, marriage counseling, grief counseling, weddings, funerals.
Phone Number : 515.576.3002
Address : 728 1st Ave N, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Kelly Moore
Contact Email : email@example.com
Individual, couple, family and pregnancy counseling. Adoption services.
Phone Number : 515.573.3138
Address : 409 Kenyon Rd, Ste C, Fort Dodge
Website : www.lfsiowa.org
Contact Person : Holly Eldridge
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mid-Iowa Family Therapy Clinic, Inc. provides services in support of several Iowa Department of Human Services programs. We also provide comprehensive, independent outpatient treatment and therapy services to children and adults. Behavioral Health Intervention Service are provided in the Ft. Dodge office. We have a licensed therapist on board and a psychiatrist that provides service through telehealth.
Phone Number : 515.573.5128
Address : 1426 Central Ave, Ste B, Fort Dodge
Website : www.miftc.com
Contact Person : Linda Messersmith
Contact Email : email@example.com
Operation Christmas is an organization that helps to provide Christmas gifts, clothing and food to needy families during the holiday season. It is seasonal and only operating during the month of December each year.
Phone Number : 515.571.6772 or 515.576.1549
Address : Southwest corner of Crossroads Mall, 217 S 25th St, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Ruth Reed or Gwen Anderson
St. Paul is a member church of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. As such we have a rich heritage of teachings passed down to us through the years. These teachings are summed up in the collection of documents known as the Book of Concord. St. Paul Lutheran Church & School has been educating families in the Fort Dodge area for over 150 years. Our school currently serves families with children 3 years old through 8th grade!
Phone Number : 515.955.7208
Address : 1217 4th Ave S, Fort Dodge
Website : www.stpaulschoolfd.org
Contact Person : Mark Johnson
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
General mental health therapy with children ages 3-18 as well as adults, families, and couples; special interest in trauma/victim-survivors, anxiety, women's issues, and stress.
Phone Number : 515.576.6233
Address : 728 1st Ave N, Suite 2, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Cindy Wilson, LISW,
Contact Email : email@example.com
Services provided include individual psychological assessment and therapy services for clients ages five and older. Assessment/consultation for Disability Determination Services and Vocational Rehabilitation Services.
Phone Number : 515.573.3628
Address : 1728 Central Ave, Ste 14, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Timi Jordison, PhD
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
United Way of Greater Fort Dodge is a 501(c)3 public charity dedicated to supporting and uplifting families and youth. United Way of Greater Fort Dodge supports numerous organizations and agencies that help families become self-sufficient and stable for the long-term.
United Way of Greater Fort Dodge is also dedicated to ensuring the best possible future for our youth by promoting positive choices and behaviors and helping youth access available services and resources so they have a greater opportunity to achieve their full potential and pursue their goals and dreams. By providing leadership and supporting a coalition of organizations, agencies, services and programs, United Way is building a synergistic network that effectively connects youth to opportunities that will provide them with the chance to grow and develop in a positive and healthy way; and in doing so, help them create an optimistic future filled with hope.
Phone Number : 515.573.3179
Address : 24 N 9th St, Ste B, Fort Dodge
Website : www.unitedwayfd.org
Contact Person : Randy Kuhlman
Contact Email : email@example.com
Offers a variety of mental health, counseling and therapy services to individuals, families and couples, and for all age groups.
Phone Number : 515.955.7171
Address : 720 Kenyon Rd, Fort Dodge
Contact Person : Aaron McHone
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides public health programs, home health services, nursing care, health counseling and immunizations and vaccinations. Additional services also include screenings, CPR/First Aid classes, nutrition programs, environmental health services, senior health, adolescent mental health, communicable diseases, maternal health, child health, developmental screenings, Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program and a child care nurse consultant program. Other programs managed by the Webster County Health Department include: Family Foundations, Healthy and Well Kids in Iowa (Hawk-i), I-Smile Dental Health, Prescriptions for Kids, Teen Information Pregnancy Prevention Program (TIPP), Tobacco/Smoking Cessation Program, Webster County Family Planning Clinic and the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Program.
Call the Health Department with questions Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4:30 PM. An on-call nurse is also available 24/7 for questions/concerns.
Categories : Child Care Services & Resources, Crisis/Emergency Information, Disability Services, Family Services, Financial Assistance, Health Services, Mental Health Services, Parenting, Pregnancy & Sexual Health, Senior Citizens, Smoking/Tobacco Cessation, Substance Abuse Services, Youth Services
Phone Number : 515.573.4107
Address : 723 1st Ave S, Fort Dodge
Contact Email : email@example.com
Career Planners are here to help you find a career path that best fits your needs and interests. This program is federally funded by the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act. If an individual is eligible, we can help provide a variety of supportive services to help eliminate obstacles an individual may have when finding employment or upgrading their job skills.
WIOA - Youth
Youth: Assists youth ages 14-24 in achieving educational goals and work skills through paid work experience.
Up to 100% of the poverty level or high school drop out.
WIOA - Adult
Increases the employment retention, earnings, and occupational skills of participants through education, OJT & apprenticeships.
Up to 100% of the poverty level.
WIOA - Dislocated Worker
Employment and training services to meet dislocated workers' needs; works with workers and firms facing substantial layoffs; and encourages labor, management and community partnerships with government to address worker dislocation.
No income requirements.
Phone Number : 515-573-2193
Address : IowaWorks: 3 Triton Circle, Fort Dodge, IA 50501 Children & Families of Iowa: 111 Ave. O W, Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Contact Person : Teresa Larson-White
Contact Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Shelter Care of North Central Iowa, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that provides emergency and temporary shelter care to children ages 0-18 and Child Welfare Alternative Services. YSC provides Crisis Stabilization Residential Services to youth. The CSRS Program provides short-term interventions and support for families and youth who are experiencing urgent mental health, behavioral health, substance use, or medication management crisis. YSC also provides mental health therapy to individuals and families, in-home Behavioral Health Intervention Services, and Children’s Mental Health In-Home Therapy Services to the youth and families and also facilitates a local chapter of Achieving Maximum Potential (AMP).
Phone Number : 515.955.4222
Address : 301 Ave M West, Fort Dodge, IA 50501
Website : http://yscnia.com
Contact Person : Patricia Cirks; Kate Cardenas
Contact Email : email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org