Iowa 2-1-1 is a statewide resource database for social services. Please click on their logo for more information.
|Crisis Intervention & Advocacy Center
515-993-4095 Dallas County
800-400-4884 24-hour crisis line toll-free
800-550-0004 Spanish toll-free line
|Dallas County General Assistance
25747 N Avenue, Suite D
Adel, IA 50003
|Dallas County Resource Directory
The Dallas County Resource Directory helps locate a variety of services, including:financial assistance, medical care, housing, aging, child/parenting, substance abuse, mental health and more. For additional information, please click on their logo.
|Food Bank of Iowa
2220 E. 17th Street
Des Moines, IA 50316-2114
The Food Bank of Iowa is a private, charitable, not-for-profit organization committed to our mission of alleviating hunger through food distribution, partnership and education.
Iowa offers hawk-i health care coverage for uninsured children of working families. No family pays more than $40 a month. Some families even pay nothing at all. For more information, click on the Hawk-i logo.
|Health Navigation-Dallas County
Health Navigation can help locate and assist in health-related areas including:·Access to and payment for medical care including medications
·Mental health/substance abuse
·Basic needs such as food and safe, affordable housing
Please contact Vivian De Gonzalez at 515-993-3750 for more information
|InnerVisions Health Care
An unplanned pregnancy and STD Medical Clinic
(515) 440-CARE (2273)
|Life-Line Resouces, LLC
As a pro-active approach to the mental and behavioral health of children and families, Life-Line Resources provides Behavioral Health Intervention Services. The goal of these services is to keep children in the home and out of the system through education, skill-building, and by providing the necessary support to ensure long-term success. To access their website, please click on their logo.
|New Opportunities (Dallas County Only)
|Polk County General Assistance
19th & Carpenter
Des Moines, Iowa
General Assistance provides temporary assistance with basic and special needs to eligible Polk County residents. Individuals and families who are at risk due to a temporary crisis and/or a mental or physical incapacity and who meet income guidelines may be assisted. Please click on Polk Country’s logo to visit their website.
|VERB Summer Scorecard
The VERB Summer Scorecard program provides area youth with unique opportunities (and motivation) to be physically active over the summer. Incentives and prizes are provided to reward them for their effort. Children 8 – 13 years old are eligible — and it’s FREE! Please click on VERB’s logo to visit their website.