712 E. Highway 28, Owensville, MO
It is the mission of Gasconade County Special Services to provide individualized opportunities to Gasconade County citizens with developmental disabilities. Applicants must be a resident of Gasconade County and have some type of developmental disability which was attained before the age of 22. Services include Advocacy, Resource and Referral, Sheltered Workshop, and Recreation. For more information about Gasconade County Special Services, visit their website at www.gcspecialservices.org.
303 North First Street, Owensville, MO
The Gasconade County Health Department offers WIC (Women, Infant and Children) Food Supplement Program, Immunizations for all ages, low-cost lab collection services, printing of birth and death certificates, no-cost home Covid-19 test kits, STD testing and much more. Services are offered at both offices with locations in Owensville (303 N. 1st St) and Hermann (300 Schiller St.), Monday-Friday 8am to 4:30pm. You can reach either office by calling 573 486-3129 or by fax at 573 486-3745. Visit our website at www.gasconhealth.com. E-mail: email@example.com.
The Owensville/Rosebud Ministerial Alliance is an ecumenical association of area clergy and churches. The Alliance coordinates two worship services for Thanksgiving and Good Friday. The Alliance is also the Board for the Local Salvation Army Extension Unit and organizes the annual CROP Walk to raise funds for overseas and local missions. Additionally, in Ministry with the community, the Alliance seeks to:
The officers of the Owensville Rosebud Ministerial Alliance are:
President: Rev. Van Lahmayer, St. James, U.C.C. (573) 437-3196
Vice President: Rev. Jeff Remelius, St. John’s - Bem U.C.C., (573) 437-3698
Secretary: Rev. David Roth Zion Lutheran Church (573) 437-2085
Treasurer: Rev. Stephanie DeLong, St. Peter’s United Church of Christ (573) 437-2779
1008 Highway 28 West, Owensville, MO
The phone number for the Family Support Division is 1-855-373-4636 and the Children’s Division phone number is (573) 899-6061. The fax number is (573) 526-9400. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. They are a state public assistance agency. The Family Support Division determines eligibility for Food Stamps, Child Care Assistance, Temporary Assistance for Needy Family, MO Health Net Medical Assistance for pregnant women, children, elderly, blind, and persons with disabilities. The Children’s Division takes reports of abuse and neglect of children and case management of children in foster care.
1010 Highway 28, Owensville, MO
(573) 437-5100 or toll free (866) 322-3224.
Heartland Independent Living Center is a hidden gem in the middle of Owensville. Located in the old lumber yard building, Heartland has created a place to go where you can feel comfortable and welcome. Our goal at Heartland is to help people with disabilities remain independent in their own homes. We have several services for clients and consumers, and even a few things just for the local communities. Heartland Independent Living Center has several programs available including our In-Home and Consumer Directed Services Programs where you or a family mem - ber can get help with things such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, grocery shopping, grooming, feeding, toileting, medications, etc. We also help with Assistive Technol - ogy to help get through daily tasks, and there is nothing wrong with getting a little extra help. We have programs such as dental assistance, and a care closet package for clients and consumers as well. We even offer Skills Training and Peer classes for socialization and learning new tips and tricks because we believe in continuously improving even our brains. Heartland’s goal is to help in any way we can and if we don’t have the answer for you, we will help you find it! Keep an eye out for upcoming additions to our programs and even more resources to help you or your family live independently.