Missouri Disability Organizations

ADD/ADHD

Autism

     

  • Missouri Families for Effective Autism Treatment

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    Missouri Families for Effective Autism Treatment (MO-FEAT) was incorporated in 1997 as a Missouri not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization in response to the lack of effective treatment available to children living with autism throughout Missouri. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, MO-FEAT is an organization of concerned parents, practitioners, and educators who volunteer their experience and expertise to serve this population of individuals affected by autism and their families.  MO-FEAT’s mission is to provide advocacy, education, and support for families and the autism community, and to support early diagnosis and effective treatment.

  • Navigating Autism Services: A Community Guide for Missouri

Blind/Low Vision

Brain Injury

Children with Disabilities

Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Developmental Disabilities

  • The Arc of Missouri

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    Our Mission: To support and empower persons with developmental disabilities and their families through advocacy and education, expanding individual choices and promoting community inclusion.

  • Missouri Department of Mental Health: Division of Developmental Disabilities

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    The Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities is committed to improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Offering support across the lifespan, the Division implements a statewide system of supportive services that focus on assuring health and safety, supporting access to community participation, and increasing opportunities for meaningful employment.

  • The Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council

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    Our Mission is: "to assist individuals, families,and the community to include all people with developmental disabilities in every aspect of life."

Down Syndrome

Epilepsy

Intellectual Disabilities

Mental Health

Tourette Syndrome

Victimization

  • It’s Happening

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    Adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) are being verbally, fiscally, physically, and sexually abused. The abuse is prevalent and pervasive, it happens in many ways, and it happens repeatedly to victims with all types of disabilities.

  • Missouri Department of Corrections: Victims’ Services

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    The Office of Victim Services works to provide timely and accurate information, as well as advocacy and referral services, to crime victims, victims’ family members and crime witnesses. The office coordinates notification services and victim accessibility to departmental proceedings in accordance with state statute.

  • Missouri Victim Assistance Network (MOVA)

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    MOVA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote fair treatment for victims of crime

  • Victimization

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    IT'S HAPPENING

         

            

    Adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) are being verbally, fiscally, physically, and sexually abused. The abuse is prevalent and pervasive, it happens in many ways, and it happens repeatedly to victims with all types of disabilities.(1)

State of Missouri Disability Portal

    The resources listed on this site are for those individuals with disabilities who are looking for any level of independent living whether from school age to adulthood. It could be partial independence such as finding a job, or going to school, to full independent living, living on your own and taking care of yourself with limited or no assistance.

  • State of Missouri Disability Portal