Membership in the Saline County Inter-Agency Council costs just $25 per year. All not-for-profit organizations, concerned individuals, and civic minded businesses are encouraged to join.
Fitzgibbon Hospital, (660) 886-7431
Fitzgibbon Hospital is a 60 bed, not-for-profit, independent community hospital that has served Saline County since 1923. They offer a full range of health services including surgeries, OB/GYN, orthopedics and sports injury medicine, emergency department, physical therapy, advanced diagnostic imaging, and more.
The Living Center, (660) 886-9676
The Living Center is a 99 bed, full service residential long-term care facility that is part of Fitzgibbon Hospital. Providing care for recovery from surgical and stroke to taking special care of loved ones with Alzheimer's and Dementia, The Living Center is local, not-for-profit, and is the only 4-Star rated long-term care facility in Saline County, rated by Medicare's Nursing Home Compare website.
Missouri Valley Community Action Agency, (660) 886-7476
Missouri Valley Community Action Agency helps low income people by providing opportunities to help them earn more money, get an education, get the health care they need, find safe and affordable housing, get nutritious food, and save money on utility bills. We work to help families utilize all the resources that are available in our community. We stabilize families in crisis and then together we create a step by step plan, tailored to their situation and strengths, to move them toward self-reliance.
MVCAA is the local manager of publicly funded programs such as Head Start and Weatherization. We develop local strategies to maximize these existing programs and incorporate them with others that help lift barriers keeping people in the community from being able to support their families
Marshall Public Schools S.A.F.E Program, (660) 886-7414
The Marshall School District strives to educate and empower every student, every chance, every day. It is the goal of the district to stay informed and get involved with community events and collaborations so that we can best meet the needs of our students. The S.A.F.E. program is the hub of the district for assisting low-income students and families. Through partnerships with other agencies, and through continued efforts to expand awareness and communication, we are able to make the greatest impact that benefits the student, their family, and in turn, the community.
Burrell Behavioral Health, (660) 886–8063
Burrell is a private, not for profit organization that provides a wide range of mental health services for individuals and families, business and industry, and educational programs for community and professional groups.
Our services are designed to be responsive to the specific needs of the individuals we serve. New services are developed as the needs of our community are recognized and defined. It is our mission to continue to provide, develop and refine services which have been demonstrated to work!
The Marshall Public Library makes a wide variety of services available to the community. These services include: Inter-Library Loan, Outreach to the Home-bound, Book and Document Scanner, Low Vision Equipment, Fax Service, Public Meeting Room, Typewriter, Copier, and Word Processing/Internet.
The Marshall Public Library Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit, tax exempt organization that was incorporated in 2003. The foundation recognizes the Marshall Library as an essential part of our community. It is the inheritance of every individual in this county, regardless of their age or background. The Library Foundation exists to raise funds to ensure that this inheritance lives in perpetuity, and that it is continually added to, and made available to all people.
Powerhouse Community Development Corporation, (660) 886-8860
Our mission is to prepare and equip individuals for economic and life challenging situations as it relates to their personal growth and development. Our goals are to:
Create a continuum of innovative public/private partnerships to maximize the use of community resources
Employ a holistic approach in moving individuals toward self-sufficiency
Improve the health and well-being of individuals in the community
Provide youth with a safe environment to learn life skills, develop self-esteem and to build strong family & community ties
Providing housing, transportation, and substance abuse recovery for offenders being released from prison
Provide a support group and the information that victims of domestic violence need to recover
Saline County Career Center, (660) 886-6958
Saline County Career Center Adult Division offers a large variety of Community Education Classes and an Adult Practical Nursing Program. We also offer Career and Technical programs to secondary students in Saline County.
Bi-County Service, Inc. - Foster Grandparents Program, (660) 831-3063
Foster Grandparents serve as tutors and mentors to children with special or exceptional needs in public and parochial schools, Head Start centers, day cares and other child-centered agencies.
Saline County Health Department, (660) 886-3434
Saline County Health Department’s mission is to provide quality services to protect, maintain and enhance the health and well-being of the citizens of Saline County. Many services are available to anyone regardless of financial status and are free of charge. Some clinics have financial guidelines and reasonable fees based on the cost of providing the service.
Center for Human Services Employment Services, (660) 826-4400 (ext. 375)
The employment services division of the Center for Human Services seeks to facilitate meaningful community employment for individuals with disabilities. We partner with the businessmen and businesswomen of Saline County to develop and provide well-trained and dependable employees.
MU Extension, (660) 886-6908
MU Extension is the University of Missouri’s classroom in Saline County. We connect people to research-based education to enrich the quality of life and enhance the economic well-being of our communities. MU Extension in Saline County is your one-stop source for practical education and information on almost anything.
Saline County Civil Air Patrol, (660) 886-0895
The Civil Air Patrol is a national volunteer organization with over 60,000 members that performs over 75% of all inland search and rescue missions tasked by the Air Force’s Rescue Coordination Center. It also plays an integral role in disaster relief around the country. Additionally, it promotes aerospace education as well as young person development through its Cadet Programs. Locally, the Civil Air Patrol has a squadron based in Marshall.
Marshall Ministerial Alliance, (660) 886-5441
20+ members made up of clergy/church representatives that provide coordinated cooperative ministries; Salvation Army, Local Benevolent Fund, Transient Ministry, Jail (County) Ministry, Rest home Ministry and more.
WILS - West Central Independent Living Solutions, (660) 829-1980
WILS works to empower people with disabilities to achieve and maintain their independence.
Mental Health Association of Saline County
The Mental Health Association of Saline County is dedicated to improving the quality of life of Saline County residents impacted by mental illness through advocacy, education and information dissemination.
United Way of Saline County, (660) 886-4959
United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
Habitat for Humanity of Saline County, (660) 886-5112
Habitat for Humanity’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Our mission is to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Care Connection for Aging Services (Marshall Senior Center), (660) 886-9888
We make a difference in the lives of people by providing them with opportunities to create positive aging experiences. We operate 22 locations with the vision that the people we serve will live with maximum independence, respect and dignity.
MPower Service Coordination, (660) 831-5140
MPower was developed to meet the Targeted Case Management needs of Individuals with developmental disabilities in Pettis, Saline, Lafayette, and Benton Counties. At MPower, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the highest quality case management services available in Central Missouri. We believe that the individuals we serve deserve an advocate that is highly trained, well-educated on the latest trends and highly motivated to assist people in navigating the intricate systems of State and Federal funding sources and the growing list of qualified providers.
Hometown Pharmacy, (660) 236-9400
While pharmacy has changed immensely through the decades, the foundation of independent pharmacy has remained the same. It is our number one goal to serve a community of patients who are not prescription numbers, but a part of our families. To realize that each patient is unique and that we must tailor our programs and services to assist them in achieving the best overall health possible. We are still your corner drugstores, and so much of us will always be the same.
Equus Workforce Solutions, (660) 864-0044
Equus Workforce Solutions Saline county provides stability to families that rely on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) programs. We assist job seekers and employers, which represent the center of our community, to meet employment goals. Together with our partners and collaborators, we work every day to change lives, advance economies, and help communities thrive. Equus’s mission is to provide for every person we serve the opportunity to contribute to society through meaningful, gainful employment. Creating Opportunities. Changing Lives.
The Lighthouse Shelter, (660) 202-4301
The Lighthouse Shelter strives to decrease the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault in Saline County through community awareness, direct services, shelter, counseling, and support groups.
Marshall Public Schools Parents as Teachers, (660) 886-5800
We provide practical, effective information for all families with children birth to age 3. (Some services include prenatal to age 5 years.)
Personal Visits by certified parent educators trained in child development to help you give your child a great start.
Group Meetings with other parents to gain new insight, share experiences, and discuss topics of interest.
Resources, information and guidance before and after your baby is born to help you prepare for the important job of being a parent.
Periodic screenings of your child’s educational and sensory (vision and hearing) development.
Jean E. Harms