Listings in Social Skills, Disaster Relief and Domestic Violence Shelters
2B Choices for Women, Adoption & Infant Foster Care, Counseling. Disaster Preparedness/Response, Disability Ministries & Services, Emergency Services, Refugee Resettlement, St. Teresa of Calcutta Senior Ministry
188 S. Florida Street
Short-Term Employment Services - Job clubs that focus on job retention skills such as getting along with peers and reporting to work on time. Individualized help with problem resolution. Referral to community resources for emergency aid. Referral to
987 Highway 70
Assists the community to overcome hardships presented by tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and more and provides awareness and understanding of natural and man-made disasters.
1801 Third Avenue South
Provides temporary emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis line, court advocacy, safety planning, information and referral services, and other out-of-shelter services to meet the needs of local adult and child victims of domestic violence.
P.O. Box 3429
Provides the only substantial financial compensation to victims for expenses for personal injuries including medical, and counseling bills.
5845 Carmichael Rd.
Provides emergency communications during times of severe weather or natural disasters, as well as communications for community special events when requested, such as bike rides, charity runs, and trail rides.
P.O. Box 441
Churchill Academy strives to define success individually within the structure of a supportive, nurturing environment, focusing on the uniqueness of the learners social, emotional, and academic needs; resulting in students demonstrating self-advocacy