1105 Derek Lincoln Drive
West Burlington, IA 52655
Children's Services, Children & Family Services, Developmental Disability
Services, Mental Health Services, Outpatient Services, Recovery Services, Supported Housing Services, Vocational Training Services
Hope Haven 319-754-4689 1819 Douglas Street Burlington, IA 52601 Can Redemption: Mon-Fri: 9 am- 4pm Hopefully Yours Thrift Store: Mon.-Fri: 9:30 am- 5 pm Sat: 9:30 am - 4 pm Organization provides rehabilitation services for physically and mentally challenged persons
Optimae Life services 319-754-4618
823 N. 6th Street, Suite 1 (Community based services) 823 N. 6th Street, Suite 2 (Behavioral Health Services) 825 N. 6th Street (Optimae Home Health Services) (formally Nurse in The House) Burlington, IA 52601 Website: www.optimaelifeservices.com Email: email@example.com Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, 8 am – 12 pm. 1pm-5pm Closed on major holidays. Acceptance/Admission criteria: There is paperwork to fill out before mental health appointments can be made for counseling. The answers from such paperwork will help decide if criteria is met to make an appointment. From there, the individual will be contacted. For Community Home Based Services (hourly or daily); An application for services must be complete and can also be picked up at our office, or you can email Angie Torres for such information (email above)). We require proof of Mental Health Diagnosis from a medical professional and funding from a Case Management Program (Integrated Home Health, Des Moines County Community Services, Southeast Case Management Services, etc.). We are able to refer to such Case Management Services as needed to establish funding, whether an individual has insurance or not. Payment options: Medicaid, Medicare and all private insurances. We provide Mental Health Counseling in our Burlington, Mt. Pleasant and Ft. Madison Offices. Our Burlington office number can direct calls as needed for specific locations. We also provide Community Home Based Services where we provide a skill building service to customers with a mental illness or disability. Such skill building may include; medication management, money management, stress management, community integration, etc.
MILESTONES Area Agency on Aging 319-752-5433, Fax 319-754-7030 Toll Free 1-855-410-6222 509 Jefferson Street Burlington, IA 52601 Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 p.m. Options Counseling provides person-centered planning and implementing of long-term supports and services for people age 60 and over, adults living with a disability, veterans and caregivers.
Partners (Recreational Services)
319-752-6952 Ask for Jane
This organization serves people with disabilities, providing for their social needs as well as some financial assistance.
Special Needs Foundation
829 Harrison Avenue Burlington, IA 52601
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10 am-2 pm
Social Security Office
1-800-772-1213 or 1-866-338-4183
3920 Division Street Burlington, IA 52601
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM Except Federal Holidays
Veterans Adm. Medical Center
1-866-687-7382 or 319-338-0581
601 Highway 6 West Iowa City, IA 52246-2208
The Iowa City Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System is a comprehensive tertiary health care center, teaching hospital, and research facility. Referrals are accepted from VA Medical Centers throughout the nation for complex diagnostic and treatment modalities. The Iowa City facility is known for a wide range of specialized medical programs. It has a strong and effective affiliation with the University of Iowa College of Medicine. The Medical Center operates 83 beds, including 43 medicine/neurology beds, 25 surgery, and 10 intensive care beds, and 15 psychiatry beds. The Medical Center operates seven community based outpatient clinics in Bettendorf, Waterloo, Dubuque, Cedar Rapids, and Ottumwa, Iowa; and Galesburg and Quincy, Illinois. The Medical Center also operates a satellite outpatient clinic in Coralville, Iowa.