Cedar County Case Management

Contact

400 Cedar St
Tipton, IA 52772
(563) 886-1726

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Individual case management services were developed to help you and your family makes choices about the kind of services you want, to encourage you to participate in deciding who will provide those services, and allow you to take responsibility for setting goals and working toward them.

Cedar County Community Services/Mental Health

Contact

Cedar County Courthouse
400 Cedar Street
Tipton, IA 52772

Fax: (563) 886-1437

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

County mental health services.

Cedar County Crimestoppers

Contact

711 East South Street
Tipton, IA 52772
563-886-6618

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Crimestoppers.

Cedar County Law Enforcement Center

Contact

711 E. South Street
Tipton, IA 52772-1977

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Dispatch: 563-886-2121
Civil: 563-886-2000
Jail: 563-886-2052
Records: 563-886-3442
Crime Stoppers: 563-886-6618

Emergency Management: Tel: (563) 886-3355
FAX: (563) 886-3079

Cedar County Public Health

Contact

400 Cedar Street
Tipton, IA 52772

Hours / Days of Operation:

Monday-Friday 8am-4pm

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Immunizations are available at no charge to those 18 years of age and younger who are uninsured, underinsured (have insurance that does not cover vaccines), or are insured by Medicaid.

Some adult and child vaccinations are also available for those who are insured by Blue Cross Blue Shield or wish to pay privately.

Please call ahead for an appointment.

In addition, Cedar County Public Health provides flu clinics, childhood lead screenings, health promotion and education, injury prevention programs, and tobacco prevention services. The Public Health department is also responsible for planning and response during public health emergencies in Cedar County.

Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine

Contact

208 West Second Street, Suite 213
Muscatine, IA 52761

Hours / Days of Operation:

M-Th 8am -5pm
F 8am - 3pm

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

The Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit that helps you invest in the organizations and causes you care about most. The Community Foundation manages more than 200 charitable funds and endowments with assets of over $24 million. These funds are established by individuals, families, businesses and organizations. Together with our donors, we fulfill our mission to strengthen Muscatine County through philanthropy.

Established in 1999, the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine was among the first 100 to be confirmed in compliance with National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations. Today there are about 500 accredited community foundations in the United States. Our programs and services touch hundreds of charities and thousands of Muscatine County residents each year.

The Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine actively works to improve the quality of life in Muscatine County through philanthropy.

To accomplish this mission we will:
Build a substantial endowment to provide for community needs for generations to come.

Serve donors' needs by providing flexible, convenient and cost-effective means to achieve charitable giving goals.

Educate the public about charitable giving strategies and encourage inclusion of charitable giving in wills.

Promote philanthropy in the service area.

Provide a neutral place for collaboration of community improvement initiatives.

Iowa State Extension Office - Louisa County

Contact

317 Van Buren
Wapello, IA 52653

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Resource updated: January 3, 2020

The ISU extension office provides a variety of programs and services to Louisa County, including those designed particularly for families, youth, horticulture, business/manufacturing, and community involvement.

Juvenile Court Services- Muscatine Co. and Cedar Co.

Contact

401 E. 3rd Street Suite 21 Muscatine, Iowa 52761 563-263-5903 (Muscatine Co.) and 563-886-2070 ( Cedar Co.)

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

What is Juvenile Court Services?

The juvenile court is a specialized court within the district court that presides over four kinds of cases related to children:
Child in Need of Assistance (CINA) cases most typically involve abused, abandoned, or neglected children, and sometimes lead to termination of parental rights.
Delinquency cases involve acts that would be considered criminal acts if committed by an adult.
Commitment proceedings involve the placement of a child in a hospital or other treatment facility for mental illness or a substance abuse problem.
Adoption.

Louisa County Community Services

Contact

117 S. Main St.
PO Box 294
Wapello, Iowa 52653-0314

Hours / Days of Operation:

Walk-in hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Other times available by appointment.

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

General Assistance and Mental Health & Disability Services. Program applications available online.

Louisa County Department of Human Services (DHS)

Contact

12635 County Road G56
Wapello, IA 52653
563-263-9302

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

*The Wapello County Office is by Appointment Only- please call before coming to this office.

Many of the services are provided out of the Muscatine County Office. Call for location of specific services.

Muscatine County Community Services

Contact

315 Iowa Avenue
Muscatine, Iowa 52761
1-866-660-2151

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

The mission of Muscatine County Community Services is to provide quality services following mandates and policies established by the State of Iowa and Muscatine County. These services will be provided in a fair, respectful, and cost effective manner to persons who are indigent, low-income, or disabled.
Services & Programs
Eastern Iowa MHDS Region
As of July 1, 2014, Iowa's community-based, person-centered mental health and disability services system provides locally delivered services, regionally managed with statewide standards. Local access to mental health and disability services for adults shall be provided either by counties organized into regional service system or by an individual county that is exempted from joining a region as provided in Iowa Code 331.389. Adult residents of Iowa will have access to mental health and disability services regardless of the location of their residence. Rule: Iowa Code 331.389.1.a. Regional leaders, guided by the regional management plan, coordinate quality community services that support individuals with disabilities in obtaining their maximum independence.

The Eastern Iowa Mental Health and Disabilities Services Region was formed under Iowa Code Chapter 28E to create a mental health and disability service region in compliance with Iowa Code 331.390. The Region was approved by the Department of Human Services on May 23, 2013, and officially began operating on July 1, 2014. The Region serves Cedar, Clinton, Jackson, Muscatine and Scott Counties, with a total population of approximately 298,523 according to the July 1, 2012 census.

Services provided: Case Management/Social Work, General Assistance, Trust Services, Veterans Affairs, Disability Services, and Food Pantry

Muscatine County Conservation Board

Contact

Discovery Park
3300 Cedar Street
PO Box 109
Muscatine, IA 52761

Hours / Days of Operation:

Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 12:00-4:00pm

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Discovery Park offers a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities for youth and families. Fishing in two separate ponds, 2 miles of hard-surfaced walking/running/biking trails, and the Environmental Learning Center (nature center). In addition, summer nature camps for ages 18 months through 8th grade allow youth a more in-depth exploration of nature. The adjacent Muscatine Arboretum provides another place to explore the world of plants! There are no fees to visit Discovery Park or the Learning Center, though fees are charged for nature camps. Information about other outdoor recreation activities is available at the Environmental Learning Center.

Muscatine County Department of Human Services

Contact

315 Iowa Avenue Suite 2
563-263-9302

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Economic programs - cash welfare payments, food stamps, medical assistance (Medicaid), Medicare reimbursement, state supplemental assistance, nursing/residential facility benefits, and information and referral. Service Programs - Adoption, Child Day Care, Child Protective Assessments, Dependent adult protective investigations, Family centered services, family preservation services, foster care, foster home-licensing, in-home health related care, waiver services and information and referral. Please call to schedule an appointment.

Muscatine County Extension Latino Outreach Program

Contact

1601 Plaza Place

Muscatine, IA  52761

Hours / Days of Operation:

Monday - Friday

8:30-12, 12:30-5

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Resource updated: March 24, 2020

Muscatine County Extension Latino Outreach programming

Latino Outreach programming works empower Latino youth by bringing together parents, youth, school staff and community partners to promote academic success and explore possible paths to higher education. Research shows that Latino youth are at greatest risk for dropping out of school between the 9th and 10th grades. Latino Outreach programming reduces this risk by bringing together cohorts of 7th and 8th grade youth to support each other for 3-5 years as they enter high school and prepare together for higher education. The multifaceted partnerships between Extension’s 4-H and Human Science specialists, school and college administrators and staff, and other community volunteers are what makes our Latino Outreach programming a sustainable success in Muscatine County.

Muscatine County Sheriff's Office

Contact

400 Walnut St.
Muscatine, IA 52761

Toll-Free Phone: 563-299-6384

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

24 hour law enforcement coverage for Muscatine County. Muscatine County Jail, 563-262-4190

Rabies Quarantine Enforcement- City of West Liberty

Contact

409 North Calhoun Street
West Liberty, IA 52776
319-627-2223

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

West Liberty Police Department- Local point of contact for rabies quarantine enforcement for the city of West Liberty.

Rabies Quarantine Enforcement- City of Wilton

Contact

P.O. Box 27
Wilton, IA 52778
563-732-2311

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Wilton Police Department- Local point of contact for rabies quarantine enforcement for the city of Wilton.

Rabies Quarantine Enforcement- Muscatine County (not including city limits of Muscatine, Wilton, or West Liberty)

Contact

400 Walnut Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
563-264-0188

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Muscatine County Sheriff's Department- Local point of contact for rabies quarantine enforcement for Muscatine County (not including the city limits of Muscatine, Wilton, and West Liberty).

Rabies Quarantine Info- City of Muscatine

Contact

312 E. 5th Street
Muscatine, IA 52761
563-263-9922

Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Animal Control/Muscatine Police Department- Local point of contact for rabies quarantine enforcement for the city of Muscatine.

United Way of Muscatine Almoner Fund

Contact

208 West 2nd Street Suite 201
Muscatine, Iowa 52761

Hours / Days of Operation:

M-F 8:00-5:00

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Muscatine County Community Services approves disbursements for household items, rental/utility deposit assistance and transportation for medical needs. United Way of Muscatine is the Administrator and Fiscal agent for the Almoner Fund.

Volunteer Services of Cedar County (United Way)

Contact

401 West 9th Street
P.O. Box 307
Tipton, IA 52772

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Resource updated: August 21, 2019

Volunteer Services of Cedar County supplements services provided by human service agencies. Individuals age 60 and older receive priority.

Call 563-886-6076 Tuesday through Friday for information or to request assistance.

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