In addition to the University Student Emergency Fund, there are several Southeast provided programs that rely on funding from the United Way to Operate.
APPLE is a paperwork service that advises and consults with seniors aged 60+ regarding Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, insurance forms and a wide assortment of government programs eligibility and applications. They will come to the home or will advise in their offices. There is no charge for this service. For more information please call the APPLE Project at (573) 651-5467
Educare-provides CDA classes for child care providers and staff to attain the Child Development Associate credential. Classes are provided once a year. Classes run over a period of time. There are some costs associated with this class. For more information, call 573-651-9171.
The Center for Speech and Hearing provides a broad range of speech-language pathology and audiology services which are available to the public. All services are provided under the supervision of nationally certified and state licensed speech-language pathologists or audiologists. Inquiries regarding diagnostic and/or intervention services may be made at 573-651-2050 or by contacting the clinic coordinator, Amy Herren.