Here is a list of Food Pantries in Ste. Genevieve County along with days and times they are open.
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Don't have a High School Diploma but always wanted one? Adult Education and Literacy "AEL" (formerly GED) classes can help you get your High School Equivalency certification now. Classes are FREE! All ages welcome. Attend day or evening classes, you choose. We can help you work towards your goals of getting your High School Equivalency. Use it to get a job, move forward in a current job, go to college or any trading school. We are here to help. Contact us today!
If you are dealing with an unplanned pregnancy we are here to help. Our team of professionals will take great care of you. We provide a complete pregnancy evaluation to confirm pregnancy and everything you will need to make the best decision for you. Our facility is on a quiet street with a discreet rear entrance. PRIVATE. NO CHARGE. PEACE OF MIND.
Community Counseling Center (CCC) is a private, charitable, 501(c)(3), not-for-profit behavioral health organization serving the public since 1974. CCC is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International and is certified by the Missouri Department of Mental Health (DMH).
MU faculty, staff and elected council members, who live in your community, work with you to identify local interests and issues and then offer relevant programming and resources to meet the unique needs of you and your community.
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Ever thought about visiting Ste. Genevieve or maybe settling here. This site will help guide in both processes! Residents use this site to answer questions regarding basic resources, events, and supports around our community!
In addition to supporting and promoting local businesses, the Ste. Genevieve Area Chamber of Commerce is leading the conversation on ways to grow our community. We’re taking action to bring together business leaders, the city, the county, and residents to tackle the challenges we collectively face. The brightest days for our region still lie ahead—and there’s never been a better time to make an impact on the future of our community. We welcome your voices and ideas with open arms and hope you’ll join us in our efforts to keep the Ste. Genevieve area moving forward.
One of the most important responsibilities of the Attorney General's Office is to protect consumer's rights. The office pursue this goal through aggressive enforcement of Missouri's Merchandising Practices Law and continued expansion of consumer education programs.
The Missouri Public Service Commission regulates investor-owned electric, natural gas, steam, water and sewer utilities in Missouri. The Commission also has limited jurisdiction over telecommunications providers in the state. In addition, the Commission regulates the operational safety of the state’s rural electric cooperatives and municipally owned natural gas utilities. The Commission also regulates manufacturers and dealers of manufactured homes and modular units, and enforces initial home or unit installation. The Commission was established in 1913. There are five commissioners on the PSC. They are appointed by the governor with advice and consent of the Missouri Senate.
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) can help you in two ways: Energy Assistance/Regular Heating (EA) and Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP).
Energy Assistance (EA) helps you with a one-time payment for your primary heating bills from November through March.
The Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) helps pay your fuel bill when your energy is shut off, or is threatened to be shut off, even if you have not received a shut off notice. The amount of help you receive is based on the amount of money needed to settle your crisis with the energy provider.
The Food Stamp Program helps low-income individuals buy food.
To apply for the Food Stamp Program, you must complete the application for Food Stamp benefits. You can drop off, mail, fax or complete an application at a Family Support Division (FSD) office.
In most cases, you will need to complete an interview and provide or help FSD get the requested documentation in order to process your Food Stamp application. We will call the number listed on your application to complete your phone interview within 3 days of receiving your application. You will typically know if you are eligible for Food Stamp benefits within 30 days. In some emergency cases, you can get Food Stamp benefits in seven days or less. To see if this applies to you, please review Section 2 of the Food Stamp application. You may also tell FSD the questions in this section apply to you when you submit your application.
Missouri's Medicaid program is called MO HealthNet. MO HealthNet covers qualified medical expenses for individuals who meet certain eligibility requirements. Eligible individuals receive a "MO HealthNet Identification Card" or a letter from the Family Support Division identifying them as eligible for certain medical care services. s.