Below you will find information and resources for individuals with disabilities.
The Missouri Department of Mental Health
The Missouri Department of Mental Health (DMH) website provides information for clients and their families on services available, as well as other information and resources you may find helpful.
- DMH Clients & Families Information
- Developmental Disabilities (DD) resource links
- DMH Office of Autism Services
Kansas City Regional Office
The DMH-DD regional office and Albany Satellite office provide service coordination and Targeted Case Management (TCM) oversite to Atchison, Nodaway, Worth, Gentry, Harrison, Holt, Andres, Dekalb, Davies, Buchannan, Clinton, Caldwell, Platte, Clay, Ray, Jackson, Lafayette, Cass, Johnson, and Bates Counties.
EITAS – Developmental Disability Services of Jackson County
Targeted Case Management and transportation services are offered to Jackson County by EITAS through DMH-DD.
Center for Human Services (CHS)
The CHS offers DMH TCM to Clay County residents. The CHS has also set up satellite offices to provide TCM to Jackson and Platte Counties.
Platte County Board of Services for the Developmentally Disabled
Transportation and TCM services are available to Platte County individuals through DMH-DD.
Casco Area Workshop (Choices of Cass County)
Choices offers TCM and a day program to Cass County individuals through DMH-DD.
Part of the Compass Health network, Pathways provides family medicine, dental, mental health, alcohol and drug treatment for individuals of all ages. Pathways usually serves more rural areas where a larger county office is not available.
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services
The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) manages service programs for the physically and mentally disabled, as well as aging and other smaller departments.
Missouri Department of Social Services
The Missouri Department of Social Services (DSS) offers both DMH and DHSS programs and services.
Bureau of Special Health Care Needs
The Bureau serves youth 21 years and younger under DHSS with the Healthy Children and Youth program and adults who qualify for the Medically Fragile Adult Waiver.
Missouri Family to Family Resource Center
Missouri Family to Family serves individuals with disabilities and/or special health care needs, their families, and professionals who support them.
Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to 5.7 million athletes and Unified Sports partners in 172 countries.