The Center's accessible van service, which runs Monday-Friday, is free for seniors and people with disabilities in the Center's Greater Parkland Area of Southeast Missouri, subject to availability. Please call in advance to schedule a ride.
Title VI Complaint Form (English)
Title VI Complaint Form (Spanish)
Medication Assistance Program
If you do not have prescription drug coverage, we may be able to help. With your doctor's assistance, we can aid with enrollment in free or low-cost prescription drug programs.
We offer support groups and host monthly socials that help bring people together.
Our Community Access Specialist is available to evaluate and educate accessibility in cities, homes, and businesses to provide technical support regarding the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
Assistive Technology refers to any adaptive product, device, or modification that increases independence by helping people perform tasks that they formerly either could not accomplish or had great difficulty accomplishing.
We loan out a variety of new and used durable medical equipment on a short-term basis. If you need to borrow equipment that you cannot find or afford, or if you have gently used equipment to donate, please contact us: 800-596-7273
Ramps & Home Modifications
For those who qualify, we can assist in building ramps and/or making home modifications for a safe and accessible home environment.
If you think your income makes you ineligible for Medicaid, call today and ask to speak to our Medicaid Specialist. Medicaid eligibility and rules vary, so you may qualify! Our specialist can help with Miller Trust (also known as Qualified Income Trust), HCB Waiver, Division of Assets, and more!
Certified Medicare Counselors
Trained counselors provide free, unbiased advocacy, education and assistance to people with Medicare and those who help them to make informed decisions about Medicare and related health insurance needs.