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Affiliated Court Services
303 N Stadium Blvd. #200, Columbia, MO 65203
573-443-7245  or 800-676-8882
Hours: Admin office: 8:00 am-5:00 pm (M-F); classes: various times
acs.satop@gmail.com

Services: Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP); Drivers Improvement Program (DIP); Adolescent Diversion Education Program (ADEP); Offender Education Program (OEP); Weekend Intervention Program (WIP)'
Eligibility: Those legally charged with an alcohol or drug offense and ordered by the courts or Dept. of Revenue to renew their driver’s license, or those with speeding tickets or traffic offenses.
Fees: Clients pay the full cost unless referred to the weekend program, which is on a sliding scale.
Other Names/Acronyms: SATOP, ADEP, DIP, OEP, WIP



Boone County Adult Court Services
705 East Walnut Columbia, MO 65201
(573)886-4180    Fax: (573) 886-4186
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday

Services: Supervise court ordered community service; conduct bond investigations and report to the judges; supervise electronic monitoring for sentencing and bond purposes.
Eligibility: Boone County residents referred by the court
Fees: Depends on the program



Boone County Alternative Sentencing
705 East Walnut Columbia, MO 65201
(573)886-4082   Fax: (573)886-4247
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday

Services: Works with clients to deal with the problems underlying their contract with the criminal justice system, to prevent recidivism and in some instances avoid a record of conviction.
Eligibility: Must be a Boone county resident charged with an offense that occurred in Boone County; call for further details, as each program has specific eligibility requirement.
Fees: Varies



Boone County Circuit Clerk's Office (Filing Ex-Partes)
705 E. Walnut, Columbia, MO 65201
573-886-4000



Boone County Interfaith Council Jail Ministry
Address: 5342 E. Trikalla, Columbia, MO 65202
Phone: (573)808-2618

Hours: Sunday 9-10:30 am, 1-2:30 pm, 2:30-4 pm, 7:30-9 pm
Services: Meets spiritual needs of incarcerated individuals; Saturday Bible Study 1-2:30 pm
Eligibility: Serves persons incarcerated in Boone County Jail
Fees: Free


Boone County Partnership(Boone County Offender Transition Network)
1900 N. Providence Rd. Ste. 301, Columbia, MO 65202
(573)256-1890   Fax: (573)256-1893
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday

Services: Coordinates community resources to identify unmet needs for those at risk; nonprofit start up support; Youth Empowerment Zone; Boone County Offender Transition Network; Mid-Missouri Transportation Alliance; annual workshops and conference.
Eligibility: Individuals with interest in the mission of the partnership
Fees: None


Boone County Sheriff’s Department
Address: 2121 County Dr. Columbia, MO 65202
(573)875-1111  Fax: (573) 874-8953
Hours: 24 hours a day, 365 days a years

Services: Law Enforcement; Boone County Jail
Eligibility: None
Fees: Set by statutes of the state of Missouri


Boone County Victim Response Team
705 E. Walnut Columbia, MO 65202
(573)886-4100   Fax: (573)886-4148
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday through Friday

Services: Crime victim advocacy; informs victims of their rights; emotional support; information and referral; victim compensation information; restitution assistance; police and court information; notification of case status; escort to court proceeding
Eligibility: Victim of crime
Fees: Free



City of Columbia Human Rights Commission 
1005 W. Worley, Columbia, MO 65205
(573)874-CITY (2489)   Fax: (573)442-8828
Hours: 8 - 5 pm Monday through Friday
HumanRights@CoMo.gov

Services: Discrimination-related support. Investigation: receives and investigates complaints of discrimination within Columbia. The city’s human rights ordinance provides protections from discriminatory practices in the areas of housing, employment and public accommodation. Protected classes include race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, familial status, (housing only) and age (employment only). Protections against retaliation for filing acomplaint are also provided. Complaint forms can be picked up at the above address, or are available by mail or on the website. Call for assistance filing a complaint. Community outreach and education: the commission coordinates “Lets Talk, Columbia”!! A monthly community study circle program, engaging people in small group discussion on diversity. It also provides funding for human rights educational programs, with proposal forms available each August and due in October.
Eligibility: None
Fees: None



City of Columbia Police Department 
600 E. Walnut, Columbia, MO 65201
In an emergency, call 911
Non-Emergency: (573)874-7652 or (573)442-6131   Fax: (573)874-3142
Open 24 hours daily

Services: Crime investigation and prevention; improve public safety by enforcing the law, solving problems and encouraging citizen responsibility for community safety and quality of life; personal safety presentations; office security awareness; drug education; police cadets; police department tours; McGruff the crime dog; residential security inspections; D.A.R.E (Drug Abuse Resistance Education); Neighborhood Watch; Crime Blockers; CPD Youth Academy for
middle and junior high youth; security for seniors; commercial security inspections; Crime free MultiHousing Program; CPD summer camp for youth; citizens academy.
Eligibility: No restrictions, certain programs have specific criteria
Fees: Free


DeafLEAD (The L.E.A.D. Institute)
2502 W. Ash, Columbia, MO 65203
Phone: Voice/TTY (573)445-5005
Mid-Mo Crisis Line: (573)445-5035 or 1-888-761-4357
MO Deafline: (573)445-5059 or 1-800-380-3323  Fax: (573)445-5088
slogan@midamerica.net

Hours: 9:00-5:00 Monday-Friday, Crisis Line 24 hours
Services: Provide education, advocacy, crisis intervention, counseling, and other direct services for deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind, and late-deafened individuals and families; Deafline Missouri Crisis Hotline; Crisis Video Phone, sign language classes for all ages; deaf culture training to agencies; Teen Institute (camp for deaf and hard of hearing youth) teaches alcohol and drug abuse prevention, HIV/AIDS awareness, and other issues facing youth; free counseling for hearing and deaf individuals and their families who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, incest and child abuse,
Fee: Sign language classes – call for current fee
Eligibility: Services provided as needed



District 13 Office of Public Defender 
601 E. Walnut, Columbia, MO 65201
573-447-8087   Fax:  573-447-8097
David.Wallis@mspd.mo.gov

The Missouri State Public Defender System (MSPD) provides legal representation to all indigent citizens accused of or convicted of crimes in Missouri at the levels of the State Trial Court, Appellate Court, Missouri Supreme Court, and United States Supreme Court.



Family Court Services Juvenile Division
705 E. Walnut, Columbia, MO 65201
573-886-4200,  JJC 573-886-4450,  Fax: 573-886-4030

Intake services regarding abuse/neglect, status offenses and law violations; supervision services for delinquent youth either informally or by order of the court; detention/evaluation services at the Robert L. Perry Juvenile Justice Center as ordered by the court. 




Mid-Missouri Legal Services
1201 W. Broadway, Columbia, MO 65203
(573)442-0116   Fax: (573)875-0173
Hours: 8:00-5:00

Services: Legal services to income qualified persons: consumer problems, divorce involving abuse or custody, other divorces, bankruptcies, utility problems, Medicaid, MC+, TANF, food stamps, landlord/tenant problems, juvenile court proceedings, public housing and Section 8, employment and unemployment compensation, education, SSI, elderly issues including powers of attorney and nursing home discharge.
Fee: Free
Eligibility: Income qualified, must reside in service area, civil cases only



Reality House Programs, Inc
1900 Prathersville Road, Columbia, MO 65202; Outpatient: 1200 Rangeline, Columbia, Mo 65201
Hours: Administration: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (M-F); Security staff: 24 hours daily
(573) 449-8117   Fax: (573) 874-1225
http://www.realityhouse.org/

Services: Substance abuse treatment, crimeogenic counseling, and community corrections for men and women; Residential Probation and Parole (RPP); Boone County Mental Health Court (MHC); Boone County Drug Court (DCP); City of Columbia Homeless Program (CHP); Federal Programs: Bureau of Prisons (BOP), United States Probation Office (USPO), and Pre-Trial Program (PTP); Inmate Trustee Program (ITP); Work Release (WRP); Residential Transition (RTP); and Re-Entry Initiative (REI). RPP, MHC, DCP, CHP and Federal Programs are residential programs with services including confinement, case management, substance abuse treatment, counseling, education, recreation, and employment monitoring for enrolled offenders. ITP and WRP offer 24-hour supervision, recreation, and spiritual counseling in a barracks style setting (WRP offers employment monitoring). RTP and CHP provide secure and affordable
housing for men with history of substance abuse or incarceration. Outpatient services available for DCP, CHP and USPO clients
Fee: Fees vary by program
Eligibility: Felony conviction and under MO Dept. of Corrections or Federal Government; WRP
must be court ordered to Work Release in Boone County; ITP must be sentenced to Boone
County Jail; DCP, CHP, and MHC must be in a Drug Court or Mental Health Court



Social Security Administration
803 Gray Oak Drive, Columbia, Mo 65201
(866)563-9108
Hours: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (M-F)

Services: Accept applications for Social Security numbers, retirement benefits, auxiliary, survivor and death benefits, Supplemental Security Income benefits, Medicare coverage, and Black Lung benefits; provides service to people already receiving Social Security benefits; information and services available on the website
Fee: Free of charge
Eligibility: For Social Security benefits: meet guidelines for age, death, and/or disability; for Supplemental Security Income: meet age, disability, and financial need guidelines



State of Missouri: Commission on Human Rights
111 N. 7th St., Ste. 903, St. Louis, MO 63101
314-340-7590
www.labor.mo.gov/mohumanrights/

Housing Discrimination Assistance, Employment Discrimination Assistance



ThinkFirst! Missouri (Traffic Offenders program)
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Rusk Rehab, Room 1247, 315, Bus. Loop 70 West, Columbia, MO 65203
(573) 882-2370   Fax: (573) 884-4540
Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (M-F), 24 hour voicemail

Services: Elementary and secondary school educational safety programs; work site and community organizations safety programs; traffic safety programs; traffic offenders program
Fee: None
Eligibility: None



US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division
1222 Spruce Street,Room 9.102B, Saint Louis, MO 63103
(573) 785-1439

http://www.dol-esa.gov

Employment Discrimination Assistance, Labor Standards and Practices



US Government Department of Housing and Urban Development
1222 Spruce Street,Suite 3.203, Saint Louis, MO 63103
(314) 418-5400

www.hud.gov

Administrative Entities, Housing Discrimination Assistance




US Government: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission St. Louis Office

1222 Spruce Street, Room 8.100, Saint Louis, MO 63103
(314) 539-7800

https://www.eeoc.gov/field/stlouis/

Employment Discrimination Assistance



Voluntary Action Center (ID's and Birth Certificates)
403A Vandiver Drive, Columbia, MO 65202
(573) 874-2273   Fax: (573) 874-9172
Hours: Phone: 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m. (M-F) ; Office: 9:00a.m.-noon and 1:00p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (MF)

Services: Family Assistance and Emergency Services: medication, gasoline, work clothing, CATS tickets, IDs and birth certificates, Youth Enrichment Fund scholarships, food, hygiene items, diapers, car repair, etc; Seasonal programs: Christmas adopt-a-family, Lunch in the park, Summer fans, Homes for Computers, Warm-Up Columbia, school supplies, Christmas in July; community information and referral; Volunteer information, promotion, recruitment, training,
fairs and recognition; Community Services Directory; Helping Hand Catalog of volunteer opportunities
Fee: Services and Helping Hand Catalog free of charge, fee for Community Services Directory
Eligibility: No restriction for volunteer program, Family Assistance and Emergency Services determined on an individual case basis
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