Coalition for Homeless Concerns
P.O. Box 747
Lawrence, KS 66044

Resources in Douglas County

 

EMERGENCY AND OTHER RESOURCES IN LAWRENCE & DOUGLAS COUNTY, KS

KEY TO RESOURCES

 

 This listing is in alphabetical order by name of agency.

 

 

 211 INFORMATION LINE - UNITED WAY

* 211

www.unitedwayclaims.org

Winter 2017 Resource List

General Needs
BALLARD CENTER
708 Elm St
Child care, emergency food, food pantry, clothing pantry, rent and utility assistance, adopt a family, and commodity supplement food program. Help with Christmas and Christmas meals. 785-842-0729 www.ballardcenter.org 


CATHOLIC CHARITIES
by appointment: (785) 856-2644
Provides: food voucher, rent and utility assistance, medical/dental assistance, adoption and hospice services, transportation, counseling, legal immigration support and consult, case management, marriage for keeps, holiday supports, disaster relief, and advocacy. 


CENTRO HISPANO
(785) 843-2039

EKAN
2518 Ridge Court, Suite 104

PENN HOUSE
1035 Pennsylvania
Services for low-income families including: clothing, emergency medical and food needs, utilities, household and furniture items and a stress support group. 785-842-0440


SALVATION ARMY
946 New Hampshire St.

Food
FOOD PANTRY - CORNERSTONE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH
802 West 22nd Street Terrace
Free food pantry and program to help people purchase healthy food at wholesale prices (SHARE.) Checks, money orders, credit cards & EBT cards accepted. 785-843-0442 www.cornerstonelawrence.com


FOOD PANTRY - SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
1105 W 25th St.
Free food pantry; must call before arriving. 785-843-0770


FOOD PANTRY - TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH
1027 Vermont
Free food pantry 785-843-6166 www.trinitylawrence.org


JUST FOOD
1000 E 11th St
Food Pantry offering food once per month on a walk-in basis; collection/distribution for partnering agencies. 785-856-7030

Meals
JUBILEE CAFÉ
Provides breakfast in the parish hall of Trinity Episcopal Church, 946 Vermont. Volunteers take orders from the day’s menu and serve participants. From 5:30 – 8:15 am, Tuesday and Friday mornings.785-864-4073


L.I.N.K. (Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen)
Provides free, home-cooked, hot lunch. Tue, Thurs. Sat. and Sun. 1-2:00 pm; Since 1985 served in basement of First Christian Church, 1000 Kentucky St. 785-331-3663 or 785-843-0579 L.I.N.K. Holds a Thanksgiving Dinner each year. They also deliver holiday meals to home. Call or stop by during their service hours to inquire.


Holiday Help
SALVATION ARMY
946 New Hampshire
Crisis intervention, case management, rent and utility assistance, emergency food pantry, referral and advocacy, homeless drop-in services and community feeding program, emergency temporary housing for families, transitional housing, holiday/seasonal assistance, emergency disaster services, alcohol & drug rehabilitation referrals and Vision USA program provides assistance with eye exams. 785-843-4188


LAWRENCE POLICE BLUE SANTA
700 New Hampshire St.

TOYS FOR TOTS
All toys and all money donated are used for the children of Douglas County. Apply at: 785 766-3023 https://lawrence-ks.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/request-toys.aspx 

 
Area Churches
Most area churches have Thanksgiving and Christmas programs. You may stop by the church officer during weekday office hours to inquire about applying.

Holiday Stress
HEADQUARTERS COUNSELING CENTER
24 hour hotline. Answers to questions about personal concerns, information about helping services, and referral and assistance contacting those services. Individuals needing help but who are unsure where to begin are encouraged to contact the center. 211 E. 8th, Suite C *please call before coming in whenever possible, so on-duty staff can be expecting your visit. * 888-899-2345 www.hqcc.lawrence.ks.us/ 


WILLOW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CENTER
2518 Ridge Ct (office)
An emergency shelter for women and their children who are experiencing domestic violence. The shelter location and services are confidential. Anyone interested in receiving services must call the crisis line number (785-843-3333 or 1-800-770-3030) to talk with an advocate. www.willowdvcenter.org/
A list of area AA Meetings can be found at http://aa-ksdist23.org/wp/ 


CRISIS HOT LINE: 1 800 273-TALK (8255)

 Resources All Year

ADULT LEARNING CENTER

GED classes and assessments, employment skills and goal-setting.

2145 Louisiana St * 785-832-5960

http://www.usd497.org/Schools/AdultLearning/

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

Assistance through mutual support and fellowship for those who desire to stop drinking and/or maintain sobriety.

* 785-842-0110

AMERICAN RED CROSS

Food, lodging, and clothing for disaster victims (fire, tornado, flood, etc.). Utility assistance for customers of Westar (Project DESERVE.)

2518 Ridge Court, #205 * 785-843-3550

 

ASK-A-NURSE

Hotline available to people who have health questions that can be answered without seeing a physician.

* 913-676-7777, 1-800-932-6220

BALLARD COMMUNITY CENTER  

Child care, emergency food, food pantry, clothing pantry, rent and utility assistance, adopt a family, and commodity supplement food program.

708 Elm * 785-842-0729

www.ballardcenter.org

BERT NASH COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER

Outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults: therapy, psychiatric services, screening, crisis intervention, evaluations, referrals and community based services (case management) for those that meet criteria. Homeless outreach program assists individuals and families with and without mental illness in locating permanent or transitional housing. Emergency services provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

200 Maine St. * 785-843-9192

www.bertnash.org

BIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS

To promote the healthy development of children into adulthood through one-on-one mentoring relationships with caring adult volunteers.

2518 Ridge Ct. 785-843-7359

www.mentoringmagic.org

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF LAWRENCE

Programs and activities in five Core Service Areas: Character and Leadership Development, Education and Career Development, Health and Life Skills, the Arts, Sports, Fitness and Recreation.

1520 Haskell * 785-841-5672

www.bgclawrence.com

 

CATHOLIC CHARITIES

Provides: food voucher, rent and utility assistance, medical/dental assistance, adoption and hospice services, transportation, counseling, legal immigration suport and consult, case management, marriage for keeps, holiday supports, disaster relief, and advocacy.

1247 Kentucky 785-856-2644

 

CENTRO HISPANO

Information in English and Spanish about community services, bilingual case management, cultural center and coalition.

204 W. 13th Street * 785-843-2039

www.douglascountysuccessby6.org/centrohipano.html

 

CHILDCARE AWARE OF EASTERN KANSAS

Customized child care referrals, professional development and resources for early childhood professionals, and referrals to community resources for individuals, children and families.

2706 Iowa 785-865-0669

CITY OF LAWRENCE, KS

Committed to providing excellent city services that enhance the quality of life for the Lawrence community.

6 East 6th Street * 785-832-3000

http://www.ci.lawrence.ks.us/

COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTER/HEAD START

Promotes healthy development for children ages 3-5 in the Lawrence community. Provides half-day childcare sessions Mon-Fri.

925 Vermont * 785-842-2515

www.eckan.org/CommunityChildrensCenter.htm

 

COTTONWOOD, INC.

A community based, non-profit organization providing a full range of support for people with disabilities, including, residential and employment services.

2801 W 31st St * 785-842-0550

www.cwood.org

COURT - DOUGLAS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT & COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

Legal matters within the 7th Judicial District of Kansas.

111 E 11th St * 785-832-5220

www.douglas-county.com/district_court/dc_home.aspx

 

COURT- LAWRENCE MUNICIPAL COURT

Handles violations of city ordinances including traffic and parking violations within the city limits.

1006 New Hampshire * 785-832-6190

http://www.ci.lawrence.ks.us/legal/understanding_municipal_court

 

DCCCA

Outpatient intervention, assessment, treatment, and support groups for individuals and families where the abuse of alcohol and other drugs has become a problem. Court evaluations for DUI, and criminal charges.

1739 E 23rd St Outpatient; 3312 Clinton Pkwy DCCCA home office * 785-841-4138

www.dccca.org

Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Adult and Child in Need of Care services, Adult and Child Protective Services, income assistance, food stamps and medical cards, child support enforcement, job training and assistance, and income eligible child care.

1901 Delaware * 785-832-3700

DOUGLAS CO. CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

Referral services for providers, offers training for childcare providers and information about scholarships that are available for parents going back to school.

935 Iowa * 785-842-9679

www.dccda.org

DOUGLAS COUNTY DENTAL CLINIC

Providing comprehensive dental care to low income, uninsured residents of Douglas County; Reduced fees charged on a sliding scale, according to household income. Medicaid and Healthwave accepted.

2210 Yale Road * 785-312-7770

www.dcdclinic.org

DOUGLAS COUNTY SENIOR SERVICES

Senior meals, transportation, and lifelong learning classes.

745 Vermont * 785-842-0543

www.dgcoseniorservices.org

DOUGLAS COUNTY SENIOR SERVICES TRANSPORTATION

Transportation for seniors. $3 one way, $6 round trip.

745 Vermont * 785-865-6925

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Lawrence Public Schools offers Parents as Teachers pre-kindergarten program and early childhood special programs. Call for details about each program.

1605 Davis Road, Kennedy Elementary School * 785-832-5760

http://www.usd497.org/Schools/EarlyChildhood/

 

ECKAN

Assistance with rent and utilities, home weatherization, seasonal & holiday, school supplies; homeless and housing counseling, referrals to other services and case management.

2518 Ridge Court * 785-841-3357

www.eckan.org

FAMILY PROMISE OF LAWRENCE

Provides emergency housing for families with children through an interfaith network of congregations.

* 785-764-9506

www.lawrencefamilypromise.org

FIRST STEP AT LAKEVIEW

A residential licensed drug treatment center providing reintegration services for women recovering from chemical dependency. Call for admissions details.

3015 West 31st Street * 785-843-9262

www.dccca.org/lakeview.html

FOOD PANTRY - CORNERSTONE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH

Free food pantry and program to help people purchase healthy food at wholesale prices (SHARE.) Checks, money orders, credit cards & EBT cards accepted.

802 West 22nd Street Terrace * 785-843-0442

www.cornerstonelawrence.com

FOOD PANTRY - FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Free food pantry

1330 Kasold Drive * 785-843-0020

www.firstpabtistlawrence.com

FOOD PANTRY - SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST

Free food pantry; must call before arriving.

1105 West 25th Street * 785-843-0770

FOOD PANTRY - TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Free food pantry

1027 Vermont * 785-843-6166

www.trinitylawrence.org

 

FRIENDS OF RECOVERY

Transitional housing for people in recovery from alcohol and drugs.

913-722-0367

GA DU GI CENTER

Provides 24 hour comprehensive advocacy and support services for child and adult victim-survivors of sexual violence, their families, friends and partners by staff and volunteer advocates.

2518 Ridge Court #202 * 24/7 support call: 785-841-2345; 24/7 Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255; 24/7 National help line 1-800-784-2433

www.gadugisafecenter.org

 

GOODWILL

Second hand clothing and other goods.

2200 W 31st St * 785-331-3908

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Develops communities with people in need, by building homes.

720 Connecticut St * 785-832-0777

www.lawrencehabitat.org

HASKELL INDIAN HEALTH CENTER

Health services include general practice, optometry, dietary, mammography, well-child and diabetes clinics. Mental health services include education, assessment, evaluations, referrals and medical assistance. Dental services include restorative, emergency and preventative dental care.

2415 Massachusetts * 785-843-3750

HASKELL INDIAN NATIONS UNIVERSITY

The premier national intertribal university serving members of federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native nations.

155 Indian Ave * 785-749-8404

http://www.haskell.edu/

 

HEADQUARTERS COUNSELING CENTER

24 hour hotline. Answers to questions about personal concerns, information about helping services, and referral and assistance contacting those services. Individuals needing help but who are unsure where to begin are encouraged to contact the center.

211 E. 8th, Suite C *please call before coming in whenever possible, so on-duty staff can be expecting your visit. * 888-899-2345

www.hqcc.lawrence.ks.us/

HEALTH CARE ACCESS, INC.

Facilitates access to health services for Douglas County residents with limited financial means who are not covered by private or governmental insurance programs.

330 Maine St. * 785-841-5760

www.healthcareaccess.org

HEALTHY FAMILIES

Child abuse prevention program designed to get families off to a healthy start.

3015 W 31st St * 785-843-0721

www.kcsl.org/healthyfamilies.aspx

 

HEARTLAND REGIONAL ALCOHOL & DRUG ASSESSMENT CENTER (RADAC)

Alcohol & Drug assessment and treatment referral, case management for families receiving cash assistance through SRS as well as for the homeless.

800-281-0029

 

HEARTLAND COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Medical clinic with sliding scale fees, food pantry, counseling program, rent & utility assistance, pregnancy care, HIV/AIDS Case Management.

1 Riverfront Plaza, #100 785-841-7297

 

HOUSING & CREDIT COUNSELING INC. (HCCI)

A private, non-profit organization dedicated to helping the community by helping consumers achieve housing and financial goals.

2518 Ridge Ct * 785-749-4224

www.hcci-ks.org

INDEPENDENCE, INC.

Services for those with disabilities, including: advocacy, information and referrals, independent living skills training, psychological services, peer counseling, benefits assistance, assistance technology, computer training, personal care attendant management, accessible housing program, community education, resource library and home and community based waiver services.

2001 Haskell Ave * 785-841-0333

www.independenceinc.org

 

INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY CENTER

Referral service Works to strengthen Native/Indigenous communities in Lawrence, KS in a traditional and holistic way by offering family-based services and culturally integrated educational programs.

2518 Ridge Ct. 785-832-8111

fourwindsnativecenter.org

JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE - LAWRENCE SATELLITE

Undergraduate credit courses.

2145 Louisiana St * 785-842-1157

www.jccc.edu

JUBILEE CAFÉ

Provides breakfast in the parish hall of Trinity Episcopal Church. Volunteers take orders from the day’s menu and serve participants.

946 Vermont * 785-864-4073

JUST FOOD

Food Pantry offering food once per month on a walk-in basis; collection/distribution for partnering agencies.

1000 E. 11th St * 785-856-7030

 

KANSAS AUDIO-READER NETWORK

Reading and information services for blind, visually impaired, and print disabled individuals in Kansas, free of charge.

1120 W. 11th St. * 785-864-4600

http://reader.ku.edu/

KANSAS COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS - LAWRENCE OFFICE

Assists in application process for veterans' benefits programs.

745 Vermont * 785-843-5233

www.kcva.org

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

1035 N 3rd St., Suite 122 * 785-843-9593

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF VITAL STATISTICS

Maintains and issues certified copies of vital records for events (births, deaths, marriages, and divorces) which occur in Kansas.

* 785-296-1500

http://www.kdheks.gov/vital/

KANSAS LIFELINE PROGRAM

Any local phone provider offers reduced cost telephone service to low-income households.

* 800-662-0027

http://www.kcc.state.ks.us/pi/lifeline.htm

KANSAS PROTECTION REPORT CENTER

If you suspect a child is being abused or neglected; phones answered 24/7.

* 800-922-5330

KANSAS STATE PAROLE OFFICE

19th St & Haskell St * 785-842-2926

KU CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES CLINIC

Provides affordable, quality mental health care to the children, adolescents, and families of the Lawrence community; offers sliding scale based on income.

1000 Sunnyside Ave * 785-864-4416

http://www2.ku.edu/~kuclinic/

KU PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC

Community-based mental health clinic. First session free; sliding scale for further needs.

1415 Jayhawk Blvd, Fraser Hall # 340 * 785-864-4121

www.psych.ku.edu/psych_clinic/

 

L.I.N.K.

Provides free, home-cooked and hot lunch. Tue, Thurs. Sat. and Sun. 1-2:00 pm; Since 1985 served in basement of First Christian Church

1000 Kentucky St. * 785-331-3663 or 785-843-0579

LAWRENCE COMMUNITY SHELTER

Provides shelter and case management for homeless adults and families.

3655 E. 25th St. * 785-832-8864

www.lawrenceshelter.org

LAWRENCE DIPLOMA COMPLETION PROGRAM

Assists persons 18 & older in obtaining a high school diploma.

2145 Louisiana Street * 785-832-5960

http://www.usd497.org/Schools/DiplomaCompletion/

LAWRENCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Providing acute care inpatient and outpatient services, community education programs, 24hour emergency department and psychiatric stabilization services.

325 Maine * 785-505-5000

www.lmh.org

LAWRENCE PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT

Offers recreational classes and facility reservations; maintains city parks.

947 New Hampshire, Suite 200B * 785-832-3450

www.lprd.org

LAWRENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Books, periodicals, DVDs, music CDs, free computers and Internet access, public meeting rooms, and a wide variety of information and resources.

707 Vermont * 785-843-3833

www.lawrencepubliclibrary.org

LAWRENCE PUBLIC SCHOOLS - USD 497

Serves students Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12.

110 McDonald Drive * 785-832-5000

www.usd497.org/

 

LAWRENCE TRANSIT SYSTEM

KU on WHEELS

The City of Lawrence and the University of Kansas provide a coordinated publc transit service throughout the city and on campus.

785-864-4644

lawrencetransit.org

LAWRENCE WORKFORCE CENTER

Re-employment and employment services.

2540 Iowa St, Suite R * 785-840-9675

www.kansasworks.com

LAWRENCE-DOUGLAS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Immunizations, family planning clinic (including exams, birth control and pregnancy tests), diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, HIV testing and counseling, well child checks, resources for seniors wanting to remain in the home (Project LIVELY); nutrition assistance to pregnant women and children under 5 (WIC), assistance for at-risk families with parenting skills, education & community resources (Maternal Child Health.)

200 Maine Street, Suite B * 785-843-0721 (clinic) 785-843-3060 (office)

www.ldchealth.org

LAWRENCE-DOUGLAS COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY

A joint agency of the City and County governments with a mission to provide safe and affordable housing to Douglas County residents with incomes at or below 80 percent of the area median income. Now serving Homeless and recently unemployed through Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing program.

1600 Haskell * 785-842-8110

www.ldcha.org

LEGAL AID OF DOUGLAS COUNTY

Free legal services to Douglas County residents who qualify, including: domestic relations (divorce, child custody), landlord/tenant relations, and court appointed juvenile and misdemeanor matters.

1535 W. 15th St, Room 105 Green Hall * 785-864-5564

MEALS ON WHEELS OF LAWRENCE

Specialized home meal delivery program for homebound persons.

* 785-830-8844

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS

Help with recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

* 785-749-6631 www.na.org

NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR MENTALLY ILL (NAMI)

2nd Wed monthly 6:45-8:45pm; enter by North door

112 SW 6th St * (800) 539-2660

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE

* 800-799-SAFE(7233)

http://www.ndvh.org/

ONE HUNDRED GOOD WOMEN

A not-for-profit, non-political community of women and men embodying the spirit of altruism. We try to respond quickly to immediate needs in the community.

* info@100goodwomen.org

www.100goodwomen.org/contact.htm

PARENTS AS TEACHERS

Resources & programs for parents of children prenatal through 3 years including group connections for parents and special services for pregnant and parenting teens.

2145 Louisiana 785-832-5680

PARENT INFO LINE

Operated through the Headquarters Counseling Center, providing information and referrals to area agencies dealing with children and parenting issues.

* 785-841-2345

PENN HOUSE

Services for low-income families including: clothing, emergency medical and food needs, utilities, household and furniture items and a stress support group.

1035 Pennsylvania * 785-842-0440

PHONE A FRIEND

Homework and youth support.

* 888-211-5333

RECOVERY AND HOPE NETWORK (RAHN)

Free services to adults with severe mental illness. Hours M-F 1:00-5:00 pm

1009 New Hampshire St. Suites C/D 785-856-1222

ROGER HILL VOLUNTEER CENTER

The Roger Hill Volunteer Center, a service of the United Way, serves as a hub for volunteer opportunities in Douglas County. The Center, named after the late Roger Hill, an active community leader and advocate of volunteerism, maintains a current database, website and booklet of volunteer needs in Douglas County.

2518 Ridge Ct. #200 * 785-865-5030

www.rhvc.org

SALVATION ARMY

Crisis intervention, case management, rent and utility assistance, emergency food pantry, referral and advocacy, homeless drop-in services and community feeding program, emergency temporary housing for families, transitional housing, holiday/seasonal assistance, emergency disaster services, acohol & drug rehabilitation referrals and Vision USA program provides assistance with eye exams.

946 New Hampshire 785-843-4188

 

SALVATION ARMY FAMILY STORE

Thrift store, second-hand clothing & household items.

1601 W. 23rd St. 785-856-1115

SCHIEFELBUSCH SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING CLINIC

Offers full line of speech, language and hearing services.

2101 Haworth Hall * 785-864-4690

www2.ku.edu/~splh/Clinics/SchClinic/

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

1440 Wakarusa * 785-843-2254

SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE

Second-hand clothing and household items at reasonable prices. Free clothing with voucher from any social service agency. Free eye exams and glasses for qualifying children. Free clothing available for job interviews & employment (Back to Work Program).

905 Rhode Island * 785-843-5414

www.myspace.com/socialserviceleague

  1. JOHN'S RUMMAGE HOUSE

Second-hand clothing and household items.

13th & Kentucky (1246 Kentucky) * 785-766-5657

SUCCESS BY SIX

Free, home-visitation program that helps with family life management for families with children age 0 through 5 years; therapeutic and case management services, parenting support,

2518 Ridge Ct. # 240 * 785-842-8719, 785-979-7607

http://www.douglascountysuccessby6.org/

TENANTS TO HOMEOWNERS, INC.

Provides first time homebuyer counseling, affordable, accessible and energy efficient homeownership opportunities and low-cost rental housing to those with low and moderate incomes.

2518 Ridge Ct., Suite 209 * 785-842-5494

www.tenants-to-homeowners.org

 

THE T- PARA-LIFT TRANSIT

The T Lift is a door-to-door, shared ride paratransit service. T Lift service is available for transit riders who, because of a disability, are unable to use the T fixed-route system.

* 785-832-3471

http://www.lawrencetransit.org/ada_services.shtml

TINY-K

Provides support and resources for Douglas County children & families, with a special emphasis on young children, birth to three years of age, who have special needs.

2619 W 6th St, Suite B * 785-843-3059

www.douglascountytinyk.org

 

THE SHELTER INC.

Provides youth residential program for 10-18 year olds, juvenile intake, family and foster care services, and prevention and diversion program.

105 W. 11th St. 785-843-2085

TRINITY IN-HOME CARE, INC.

Respite and attendant care to individuals with disabilities and older adults.

2201 West 25th, Suite Q * 785-842-3159

http://www.trinityinhomecare.com/

VETERANS AFFAIRS OF LAWRENCE - COMMUNITY BASED OUTREACH CLINIC (CBOC)

Community based healthcare clinic offering basic health care and mental health counseling to veterans.

2200 Harvard Rd * 785-841-2957

www.topeka.va.gov/

 

VISITING NURSES ASSOCIATION

Provides phsycian ordered home visits for the home bound and acutely ill patient; provides end of life care with emphasis on comfort. Other services include: individual personal care and housekeeping.

200 Maine St. Suite C 785-865-5030

 

Wicked Broadband

Free wireless internet access for eligible persons.

* 785-371-4214

www.lawrencefreenet.org

WILLOW DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CENTER

An emergency shelter for women and their children who are experiencing domestic violence. The shelter location and services are confidential. Anyone interested in receiving services must call the crisis line number (785-843-3333 or 1-800-770-3030) to talk with an advocate.

2518 Ridge Ct. (administrative office) * 785-843-3333, 1-800-770-3030

www.willowdvcenter.org/

 

 

Distributed by the Resident Services Office of the Lawrence-Douglas County Housing Authority