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Counseling Center

Humphreys 131
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660.543.4060
Hours: 8 AM-12PM, 1PM-5PM
Summer: 7:30AM-12PM,1PM-4:30PM





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Resource List

UCM
Warrensburg
Whiteman Air Force Base
Missouri
U.S.A.

UCM

Counseling & Psychological Services
Humphreys Building, Room 131, 660-543-4060

  • Provides free, confidential crisis intervention and personal counseling for UCM students
  • Offers emergency appointments for survivors during office hours
  • Makes referrals to appropriate campus and community services

University Health Center
600 S. College, 660-543-4770

  • Provides confidential, low-cost medical services to UCM students
  • Provides general health care as well as gynecological exams
  • Provides pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease treatment and protection
  • Assesses psychological needs and makes referrals

Public Safety
306 Broad Street, 660-543-4123 (24 hrs) or 911 (Emergency), 660-543-SAFE (Walking Escort)

  • Responds to and investigates crimes including sexual assault, stalking, dating and domestic violence, and harassment
  • Provides assistance in, reporting and disciplinary action procedures
  • Provides opportunities for anonymous online reporting
  • Provides the SAFE (Student Assistant Foot patrol & Escort) team from 8pm to 2am

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Warrensburg

Western Missouri Medical Center
403 Burkarth Road, 660-747-2500 (ext. 4150 for Emergency Room)

  • Provides caring hospital staff for emergency care of victims of sexual assault and dating violence
  • Provides a certified SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) to respond to needs specific to sexual assault

Warrensburg Police Department
102 S. Holden Street, 660-747-9133

  • Responds to and investigates crimes including sexual assault, stalking, relationship and domestic violence and harassment
  • Provides assistance in reporting procedures

Johnson County Sheriff's Department
135 W. Market Street, 660-747-5511

Survival Adult Abuse Center
137 E. Culton Street, 660-429-1088 (Office), 660-429-2847 or 1-800-846-7597 (24-Hour Crisis Hotline)

  • Provides crisis intervention, support groups, court advocacy, children's services and individual advocacy to victims of domestic violence
  • Assists domestic violence victims in finding safe housing and obtaining orders of protection

Johnson County Community Health Services
429 Burkarth Road, 660-747-6121

  • Provides pregnancy testing, STD/HIV testing, immunizations, counseling and other related services at no charge
  • Provides WIC (Women, Infants & Children) supplemental nutrition program for counseling, support and food vouchers

Legal Aid of Western Missouri
120 Hout, 660-747-7101 or 1-800-892-2943

  • Provides a wide range of low-cost legal services
  • Provides assistance for obtaining orders of protection for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence
  • Assists those trying to leave an abusive relationship, especially cases involving child custody and visitation
  • Offers free representation to immigrants in the entire state of Missouri

Planned Parenthood
607 Burkarth, 660-747-6186 (Office), 800-908-9906 (After-Hours Emergency)

  • Offers low-cost emergency contraception, prenatal care and OB/GYN services
  • Provides a confidential setting for clients to talk with physicians, nurse practioners and other staff

New Beginnings Pregnancy Resource Center
208 E. Gay, 660-429-3800

  • Offers confidential care and free pregnancy tests for women
  • Provides non-medical emergency pregnancy consultation

Fuelling & Associates
510 E. Gay, 660-429-6678

  • Offers counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, children and families
  • Accepts most insurance policies and uses a sliding scale based on income

Linda Smith, MA, LCSW, LPC
123 East Gay, Suite D, 660-747-9242

  • Offers counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, children and families
  • Accepts most insurance policies and uses a sliding scale based on income

Catholic Charities
118 Hout Street #F,816-659-8271, 800-875-4377, ext.8271 (intake scheduling is done through their Kansas City HQ)

  • Provides help to those in need regardless of religious affiliation
  • Provides free adoption and pregnancy services
  • Offers counseling services on a sliding scale according to income and accepts some insurance policies
  • Provides emergency financial assistance and direct assistance with medical costs

Johnson County Emergency Care Coalition
Offered through Catholic Charities, 816-659-8271, 800-875-4377

  • Offers Johnson County residents emergency financial assistance through Warrensburg church donations

First Baptist Church of Warrensburg
1302 S. Maguire, 660-747-9186

  • Offers Delta ministry to help individuals heal from hurts and habits, including substance abuse, chemical and alcohol addiction and sexual issues
  • Offers Lifebuilders program to assist the homeless and others in crisis through transitional housing and mentoring
  • Offers classes and ministry groups for personal healing and life-skill building

Missouri Valley Community Action Agency
1415 S. Odell, Marshall, MO 65340, 660-886-7476

  • Provides emergency shelter expense assistance
  • Provides crisis intervention and assistance with employment needs

Salvation Army
125 W. Pine, 660-422-8303

  • Provides emergency assistance for medical, utilities, transportation and other expenses

American Red Cross - Kansas City Chapter
211 W. Armour Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111, 816-931-8400

  • Provides emergency assistance for disaster relief
  • Offers babysitting and information/referrals

Pathways Community Behavior Healthcare, Inc.
520C Burkarth, 660-747-7127

  • Provides treatment, counseling and psychotherapy for drug and alcohol addiction
  • Accepts most insurance policies and uses a sliding scale based on income

Recovery Lighthouse
107 E. Culton, 660-429-2222

  • Assistance in finding healthcare, housing, food, employment and support for chemical and alcohol addition recovery
  • Provides services for family engagement, individual and group recovery support and spiritual life skills

 

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Whiteman Air Force Base

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
660-687-7272

  • Provides single point of contact for confidential (restricted) reporting of sexual assault
  • Provides 24-hour Whiteman sexual assault response advocacy system to provide on-going victim care including support through reporting and court processes

Life Skills/Family Advocacy
660-687-4340

  • Offers counseling, information and referral options
  • Assists in reporting family and domestic violence 

Chaplain
1-866-395-4357 (Hotline), 660-687-3652 (Office)

  • Offers counseling, information and referral options
  • Offers spiritual guidance

Law Enforcement
660-687-3700

  • Assists with crime reporting
  • Provides information for victims of violence

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Missouri

Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA)
816-531-0233 (24-Hour Crisis Line), 816-931-4527 (Office)

  • Provides intervention, treatment and advocacy programs for victims of sexual violence
  • Offers community outreach to prevent sexual violence

Kansas City Anti-Violence Project (KCAVP)
P.O. Box 41121 Kansas City, MO 64141-1211 (Information), 816-561-0550 (Office)

  • Provides needs assessment, court advocacy and emergency assistance for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender victims of violence
  • Offers free counseling for LGBT victims of violence, as well as a support group for LGBT survivors of domestic violence

The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV)
1-800-799-SAFE (National Domestic Violence Hotline), 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

  • Offers support to victims of domestic violence
  • Provides local resources to help battered women and their children

Missouri Protection & Advocacy Services (MOPAS)
925 South Country Club Drive, Jefferson City, 1-800-392-8667, 1-800-732-2966 (TDD)

  • Provides advocacy and legal services for people with disabilities
  • Investigates reports of abuse, neglect and serious physical harm against people with disabilities

Missouri Department of Public Health Crisis Services
1-888-279-8188 (Mental Health Crisis), 816-482-5770 (Alcohol & Drug Abuse Crisis, Voice/TT)

  • Provides various resources and information for alcohol/drug abuse, mental crisis, suicide, gambling and disabilities

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U.S.A.

Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN)
800-656-HOPE (24-Hour National Sexual Assault Hotline)

  • Offers free, confidential support and counseling
  • Provides information, resources and programs

The National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (24-Hours), 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

  • Provides hotline advocates for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Offers assistance in English and Spanish with access to more than 140 languages through interpreter services

Men Against Sexual Violence (MASV)
1-888-772-PCAR (24-Hour Info. & Referral), 717-728-9740 or 800-692-7445 (Office), 877-585-1091 (Office TTY)

  • Provides information about sexual assault for male sexual abuse survivors
  • Offers support for male victims through hotline

Male Survivor
1-800-738-4181

  • Provides support, information and sources for male sexual abuse survivors
  • Provides a directory of professionals wishing to offer services to male sexual abuse survivors

Working to Halt Online Abuse (WHOA)

  • Provides online information about online harassment and cyberstalking

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK, 1-800-799-4TTY (TTY)

  • Offers free 24-Hour Hotline to provide immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider

Covenant House
1-800-RUN-AWAY (24-Hour hotline for kids)

  • Provides 24-hour crisis support in English and Spanish for children and teens in the U.S. and Canada regarding any issue
  • Provides immediate crisis counseling and refers callers to help in their area

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline
1-800-4-A-CHILD

  • Provides confidentiality and anonymity for callers reporting suspected child abuse or neglect
  • Offers crisis intervention, information, literature and referrals
  • Provides professional crisis counselors for assistance in 140 languages

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How to get Help

About the Issues

Some information in this section was adapted from the National Center for Victims of Crime Stalking Resource Center, “Are You Being Stalked?”