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Adult Basic Literacy Education
204 E. Dunklin, Jefferson City, MO 65101
573-636-5558
ABLElearningcenter@gmail.com

Adult Literacy Programs



Central Missouri Community Action - Callaway County Resource Office
610 Collier Lane, Fulton, MO 65251
573-642-3316   Fax: 573-592-0977
Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00-12:00, 1:-5:00
www.showmeaction.org

Services: Community outreach social services intake, referral and follow-up; emergency utility assistance for low-income families; weatherization services (utility assistance and weatherization both subject to availability of funds and program guidelines); Family Resource Program of in-home case management including parenting skills, budgeting nutrition, employment counseling, housing assessment, and life skills; parenting workshops
Eligibility: Based on income and varies by program, call for information



CMCA - Show Me Healthy Relationships - Callaway
807B N. Providence Rd., Columbia, MO 65203
855-422-4510
Nolanda-Dodd@showmeaction.org
showmeaction.org

Services: ShowMe Healthy Relationships Program offers free courses to both individuals and couples.  The program helps committed couples (married or unmarried) enhance their relationships by learning how to build a healthy friendship, manage conflict, and work as a team to improve their relationship.  For singles, the program helps participants choose the right partner by learning key things to look for as they explore potential relationships as well as how to choose the right partner for a happy, stable relationship. 
Additional courses are offered including: Parenting, Step-Parenting, Taking Care of You, Money Management and Job Skills Training. 
Eligibility: Over 18 and not currently in domestic violent relationship 
Fees: None, barrier reducers are given for participation 



Centro Latino De Salud
609 N Garth Ave, Columbia, MO 65203
(573) 449-9442  
latino.centro@gmail.com

English/Spanish classes, Computer skills, Health Education. The mission of Centro Latino is to empower Latinos, Latino families and the general public through provision of services and guidance in navigating the health, education and cultural resources of mid-Missouri. Centro Latino provides assistance to immigrants as they become acclimated to their new environment with its different laws, customs, and language. Families and individuals that contact the Centro receive orientation to the community as well as physical, mental, and social support. The Centro strives to empower Latinos to live in an environment of mutual respect that encompasses personal interaction in the community as well as appropriate treatment by, and interaction with, service providers. Centro Latino helps all Latino families regardless of national origin, religion, or immigration status.
Geographic Area Served:  Mid-Missouri



Fulton HSE Learning Center

John C. Harris Community Center, 350 Sycamore Street Fulton, MO
573-659-3122 (Adult Education in Jefferson City) or 573-642-3316 (Fulton HSE CMCA)

Class Schedule: AM class: Tuesday and Thursday - 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and PM class: Tuesday and Thursday - 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Class attendance requirement: 10 hours per month
Orientation: Before you can start classes, you must attend and complete orientation to be enrolled in the class you wish to attend. Orientation is 3 sessions and is offered at the time of the class you wish to attend, the am class or the pm class. To complete orientation, you must attend all three sessions, without missing a session, being late or leaving early. Orientation is first come basis only. Orientation will be offered monthly. Please call the Adult Education office in Jefferson City at 573-659-3122 or Fulton HSE (CMCA) at 573-642-3316 for more information.



Skill Up Program
Missouri Dept of Social Services - Family Support Division
108 N. Hospital Dr., Fulton, MO 65251
573-592-1002  Fax: 573-592-4085

The SkillUP program offers Food Stamp recipients in Missouri the opportunity to gain skills, training or work experience. The SkillUP Program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS).
SkillUP is offered at no cost to the participant and helps promote employability and self-sufficiency. SkillUP is offered through Job Centers, the University of Missouri and some Community Colleges in the Springfield and Kansas City areas.



University of Missouri Extension in Callaway County
5803 County Road 302, Fulton, MO 65251
573-642-0755
extension.missouri.edu/callaway/

Food Production Support Services, Community Gardening, Home Gardening Assistance/Supplies, Continuing Education, Nutrition Education, Parenting Skills Classes, Youth Agricultural Programs, Business Assistance Centers.



Westminster College
501 Westminster Ave., Fulton, MO 65251
573-642-3361
www.westminster-mo.edu/
Founded in 1851, Westminster College is a private, selective, coeducational, residential, undergraduate college. Our curriculum focuses on preparing students to succeed within their chosen careers and the diverse, global community we live in. Students are challenged and guided by expert faculty to evolve into the capable leaders and confident difference-makers they are meant to be.



William Woods University
One University Ave., Fulton MO 65251
800-955-3159
http://www.williamwoods.edu/index.html

We offer unique undergraduate programs, including an internationally recognized equestrian studies program, a four-year American Sign Language interpreting program, and a criminal justice degree with homeland security emphasis. William Woods University believes in a service-learning model, where students learn best through hands-on experience, and through the giving of their hearts, minds and talents.
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