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.
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.