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Early Childcare and Education InterServ is committed to providing quality preschool and childcare, as well as offering financial assistance to those parents who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our two facilities, Mitchell Woods and Wesley, offer a preschool curriculum with extended hours. Mitchell Woods provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, while Wesley offers services for children from ages 2 through 12 years. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mitchell Woods Thanksgiving.
Southside Youth Program and The Wesley Weightlifters The InterServ Youth Center (Wesley Center) offers safe and fun After-School and Latch Key programs for elementary, junior and senior high school youth. A part of that Program is an Olympic weightlifting program, Team Wesley, that has produced numerous national champions, United States Olympic Weightlifting Team members and world-class youth who know the value of hard work to achieve their goals in sports and in life. Individual and Family Services Trained social workers and staff provide: Counseling for all ages, Budget and Financial Management. HMIS Disclaimer Emergency Assistance Our Food Pantry serves the hungry five days a week. Rent assistance and utility assistance loans are offered interest free to working families in need. Food Pantry Needs list - xps The Immigrant Services Program is designed to stabilize and support immigrants by offering citizenship assistance, INS documentation services and mobilizing the faith community to provide acceptance and integration of immigrant families into the community.
Volunteer Services & Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteering keeps people active and involved in the community. At any age, volunteering builds community interaction and self-esteem. Adults and youth are encouraged to share their time and talents in a variety of community service projects to discover the joy of helping others in need. Immigration Program Helping immigrants and their families obtain legal documentation and support services to become active members of their community. Senior In-Home Services Our caring In-Home Services staff provides homemaking services, personal care and advanced personal care services for the elderly and disabled in a four county area. Our Professional Medical Services division offers medication evaluation services to elderly clients and can help determine eligibility for services offered by the State of Missouri. InterServ is an authorized provider for LifeLine emergency response for Seniors. Senior Nutrition Program - Mobile Meals Two Senior Meals Sites offer healthy noon meals for those over 60. In addition to fighting food insecurity and malnutrition we work to relieve loneliness and depression among the elderly. Mobile Meals The Mobile Meals Program depends on volunteer drivers to deliver hot noon meals to homebound elderly and the disabled who are unable to prepare their own meals.
Contact: 5400 King Hill Avenue PO Box 4038 St Joseph, Missouri 64504 Ph: 816-238-4511 Fax: 816-232-7029 © 2018. Interfaith Community Services, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
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Early Childcare and Education InterServ is committed to providing quality preschool and childcare, as well as offering financial assistance to those parents who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our two facilities, Mitchell Woods and Wesley, offer a preschool curriculum with extended hours. Mitchell Woods provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, while Wesley offers services for children from ages 2 through 12 years. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mitchell Woods Thanksgiving.
Southside Youth Program and The Wesley Weightlifters The InterServ Youth Center (Wesley Center) offers safe and fun After-School and Latch Key programs for elementary, junior and senior high school youth. A part of that Program is an Olympic weightlifting program, Team Wesley, that has produced numerous national champions, United States Olympic Weightlifting Team members and world-class youth who know the value of hard work to achieve their goals in sports and in life. Individual and Family Services Trained social workers and staff provide: Counseling for all ages, Budget and Financial Management. HMIS Disclaimer Emergency Assistance Our Food Pantry serves the hungry five days a week. Rent assistance and utility assistance loans are offered interest free to working families in need. Food Pantry Needs list - xps The Immigrant Services Program is designed to stabilize and support immigrants by offering citizenship assistance, INS documentation services and mobilizing the faith community to provide acceptance and integration of immigrant families into the community. Volunteer Services & Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteering keeps people active and involved in the community. At any age, volunteering builds community interaction and self-esteem. Adults and youth are encouraged to share their time and talents in a variety of community service projects to discover the joy of helping others in need. Immigration Program Helping immigrants and their families obtain legal documentation and support services to become active members of their community. Senior In-Home Services Our caring In-Home Services staff provides homemaking services, personal care and advanced personal care services for the elderly and disabled in a four county area. Our Professional Medical Services division offers medication evaluation services to elderly clients and can help determine eligibility for services offered by the State of Missouri. InterServ is an authorized provider for LifeLine emergency response for Seniors. Senior Nutrition Program - Mobile Meals Two Senior Meals Sites offer healthy noon meals for those over 60. In addition to fighting food insecurity and malnutrition we work to relieve loneliness and depression among the elderly. Mobile Meals The Mobile Meals Program depends on volunteer drivers to deliver hot noon meals to homebound elderly and the disabled who are unable to prepare their own meals.
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
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Early Childcare and Education InterServ is committed to providing quality preschool and childcare, as well as offering financial assistance to those parents who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our two facilities, Mitchell Woods and Wesley, offer a preschool curriculum with extended hours. Mitchell Woods provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, while Wesley offers services for children from ages 2 through 12 years. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mitchell Woods Thanksgiving.
Southside Youth Program and The Wesley Weightlifters The InterServ Youth Center (Wesley Center) offers safe and fun After-School and Latch Key programs for elementary, junior and senior high school youth. A part of that Program is an Olympic weightlifting program, Team Wesley, that has produced numerous national champions, United States Olympic Weightlifting Team members and world-class youth who know the value of hard work to achieve their goals in sports and in life. Individual and Family Services Trained social workers and staff provide: Counseling for all ages, Budget and Financial Management. HMIS Disclaimer Emergency Assistance Our Food Pantry serves the hungry five days a week. Rent assistance and utility assistance loans are offered interest free to working families in need. Food Pantry Needs list - xps The Immigrant Services Program is designed to stabilize and support immigrants by offering citizenship assistance, INS documentation services and mobilizing the faith community to provide acceptance and integration of immigrant families into the community. Volunteer Services & Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteering keeps people active and involved in the community. At any age, volunteering builds community interaction and self-esteem. Adults and youth are encouraged to share their time and talents in a variety of community service projects to discover the joy of helping others in need. Immigration Program Helping immigrants and their families obtain legal documentation and support services to become active members of their community. Senior In-Home Services Our caring In-Home Services staff provides homemaking services, personal care and advanced personal care services for the elderly and disabled in a four county area. Our Professional Medical Services division offers medication evaluation services to elderly clients and can help determine eligibility for services offered by the State of Missouri. InterServ is an authorized provider for LifeLine emergency response for Seniors. Senior Nutrition Program - Mobile Meals Two Senior Meals Sites offer healthy noon meals for those over 60. In addition to fighting food insecurity and malnutrition we work to relieve loneliness and depression among the elderly. Mobile Meals The Mobile Meals Program depends on volunteer drivers to deliver hot noon meals to homebound elderly and the disabled who are unable to prepare their own meals.
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
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Early Childcare and Education InterServ is committed to providing quality preschool and childcare, as well as offering financial assistance to those parents who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our two facilities, Mitchell Woods and Wesley, offer a preschool curriculum with extended hours. Mitchell Woods provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, while Wesley offers services for children from ages 2 through 12 years. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mitchell Woods Thanksgiving.
Southside Youth Program and The Wesley Weightlifters The InterServ Youth Center (Wesley Center) offers safe and fun After-School and Latch Key programs for elementary, junior and senior high school youth. A part of that Program is an Olympic weightlifting program, Team Wesley, that has produced numerous national champions, United States Olympic Weightlifting Team members and world-class youth who know the value of hard work to achieve their goals in sports and in life. Individual and Family Services Trained social workers and staff provide: Counseling for all ages, Budget and Financial Management. HMIS Disclaimer Emergency Assistance Our Food Pantry serves the hungry five days a week. Rent assistance and utility assistance loans are offered interest free to working families in need. Food Pantry Needs list - xps The Immigrant Services Program is designed to stabilize and support immigrants by offering citizenship assistance, INS documentation services and mobilizing the faith community to provide acceptance and integration of immigrant families into the community. Volunteer Services & Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteering keeps people active and involved in the community. At any age, volunteering builds community interaction and self-esteem. Adults and youth are encouraged to share their time and talents in a variety of community service projects to discover the joy of helping others in need. Immigration Program Helping immigrants and their families obtain legal documentation and support services to become active members of their community. Senior In-Home Services Our caring In-Home Services staff provides homemaking services, personal care and advanced personal care services for the elderly and disabled in a four county area. Our Professional Medical Services division offers medication evaluation services to elderly clients and can help determine eligibility for services offered by the State of Missouri. InterServ is an authorized provider for LifeLine emergency response for Seniors. Senior Nutrition Program - Mobile Meals Two Senior Meals Sites offer healthy noon meals for those over 60. In addition to fighting food insecurity and malnutrition we work to relieve loneliness and depression among the elderly. Mobile Meals The Mobile Meals Program depends on volunteer drivers to deliver hot noon meals to homebound elderly and the disabled who are unable to prepare their own meals.
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.
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Early Childcare and Education InterServ is committed to providing quality preschool and childcare, as well as offering financial assistance to those parents who cannot afford the full cost of care. Our two facilities, Mitchell Woods and Wesley, offer a preschool curriculum with extended hours. Mitchell Woods provides care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age, while Wesley offers services for children from ages 2 through 12 years. Both centers are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Mitchell Woods Thanksgiving.
Southside Youth Program and The Wesley Weightlifters The InterServ Youth Center (Wesley Center) offers safe and fun After-School and Latch Key programs for elementary, junior and senior high school youth. A part of that Program is an Olympic weightlifting program, Team Wesley, that has produced numerous national champions, United States Olympic Weightlifting Team members and world-class youth who know the value of hard work to achieve their goals in sports and in life. Individual and Family Services Trained social workers and staff provide: Counseling for all ages, Budget and Financial Management. HMIS Disclaimer Emergency Assistance Our Food Pantry serves the hungry five days a week. Rent assistance and utility assistance loans are offered interest free to working families in need. Food Pantry Needs list - xps The Immigrant Services Program is designed to stabilize and support immigrants by offering citizenship assistance, INS documentation services and mobilizing the faith community to provide acceptance and integration of immigrant families into the community. Volunteer Services & Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteering keeps people active and involved in the community. At any age, volunteering builds community interaction and self-esteem. Adults and youth are encouraged to share their time and talents in a variety of community service projects to discover the joy of helping others in need. Immigration Program Helping immigrants and their families obtain legal documentation and support services to become active members of their community. Senior In-Home Services Our caring In-Home Services staff provides homemaking services, personal care and advanced personal care services for the elderly and disabled in a four county area. Our Professional Medical Services division offers medication evaluation services to elderly clients and can help determine eligibility for services offered by the State of Missouri. InterServ is an authorized provider for LifeLine emergency response for Seniors. Senior Nutrition Program - Mobile Meals Two Senior Meals Sites offer healthy noon meals for those over 60. In addition to fighting food insecurity and malnutrition we work to relieve loneliness and depression among the elderly. Mobile Meals The Mobile Meals Program depends on volunteer drivers to deliver hot noon meals to homebound elderly and the disabled who are unable to prepare their own meals.
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.