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Achieving Dreams For Disabilities
Provides advocacy and support for persons with developmental disabilities and their families. Contact Phone (507) 835-5046.
The Twin Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
development program for boys ages 7-20 and girls 14-20 that teaches
self-reliance, teamwork and leadership skills.
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educational program carried out in small groups with adult leadership that
provides a wide range of activities developed around the interest and needs of
Infants Remembered in Silence
Offering support, resources and education to bereaved parents, family, friends, and care-providers on early pregnancy loss, miscarriage, stillbirth, neo-natal death, early infant death and SIDS.
Contact Phone (507) 344-4748.
Jobs Plus, Inc.
Provides job coaching to adults with developmental disabilities to assist these employees in performing their job. Contact Phone (507) 835-5004.
services and peer personal counseling to women in transition.
Provides marriage, family and individual counseling, as well as
consumer credit counseling. Fees on a sliding scale.
LSS Financial Counseling Service
Consumer Credit Counseling agency covers budgeting and debt repayment options for all types of credit problems including collection activities, credit reporting and credit card delinquency. HUD approved housing counseling is available for pre-purchase, post-purchase or foreclosure prevention. All services are confidential. Contact Phone (507) 625-7169 or (888) 577-2227.
LSS Senior Nutrition Program
Provides meals to senior dineers at the congregate sites in Waseca and Janesville and meals are also delivered to homebound elderly in both communities. Contact Phone (507) 317-3669.
Waseca Area Neighborhood Service Center
Assists income-eligible residents of Waseca County with Food
Shelf programs, clothing and household
items, Santa Anonymous and School Supply programs, Crisis financial assistance
from WCCF Family Development Grant, with referral. Contact
Phone (507) 835-4119.
Waseca County Chapter
Provides water safety and first aid instruction, health and
safety services and disaster relief. Serves bloodmobile.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
Matches persons 55
and over with meaningful volunteer opportunities in nonprofit public or
proprietary health care agencies to enhance self-esteem and serve the community.
Enables seniors to remain independent by taking the bus to medical, personal, and recreational services. Contact Phone (507) 835-4551.
Assists individuals with disabilities to live
independently, pursue meaningful goals, and have the same choices and
opportunities as all persons. Services include: Individual and Systems
Advocacy, Information and Referral, Independent Living skills Training, Peer
counseling, Assistive Technology, Community Services, Recreation and Ramp
St. Peter Regional Treatment Center
A mental health organization, provides clothing and hygiene
supplies to newly arrival patients and recreational and educational tools to
build self-esteem as they develop new skills and interests. Contact Phone (507) 931-7250.
Provides summer recreational activities for children. The Tot Lot program is held for 6 weeks at the Hartley School and the Rec Centers operate at two parks during that timeframe. Educational and recreational activities for children including songs, games, arts and crafts along with a couple of field trip opportunities. Contact Phone (507) 835-5626.
A supervised before and after-school
quality childcare program for youth in grades K-6. During the summer months, a
5-day per week program is offered to assist families as well. The program is
designed to assist parents who need a quality childcare program.
Provides personal advocacy and referral to all domestic violence, sexual assault and general crime victims within Waseca County whether prosecution takes place or not. Contact Phone (507) 835-7828.
Preschool program which educates and helps children and their parents. Parent/child classes are provided and tuition/transportation assistance is provided. A Kindergarten Option program is offered for children old enough for kindergarten, but who need another year to grow. A sliding fee scale based on income for classes and transportation is also provided. Contact Phone (507) 835-2222.