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Huntsville, AL and surrounding area
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Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO ALA Arrest Record Expungement

We work to help non-violent offenders to get their Alabama record expunged. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO ALA Record Pardon

We work to help non-violent offenders to obtain a state pardon. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO ALA Voting Rights Reinstatement

We work to help non-violent offenders to get their voting rights reinstated. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO Birth Certificate (Needed for employment)

We work to help non-violent offenders to get their birth certificate. Please have ready as many identifying documents as you can. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO Job Referral / Job Placement

We work to help non-violent offenders to gin employment through referrals and placement. Please have ready as many identifying documents as you can. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO Non-Driver's I.D.

We work to help non-violent offenders to get their Alabama Non-Driver's I.D.. Please have ready as many identifying documents as you can. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Alabama Non-Violent Offenders

Non-profit
ANVO Out of State Record Ecxpungement

We work to help non-violent offenders to get their out of state record expunged. Due to the complexity of this process it is done on a case by case basis. Please call to schedule an appointment to meet with out staff.

Monday- Thursday
Friday
Other

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Autism Clinic

Our Autism Clinic provides diagnostic evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We see children ages 2 to 5 years old, to evaluate social and emotional development, communication, thinking and problem-solving ability, adaptive skills and behavior. Autism evaluations can be initiated by parents or through a referral from your child's pediatrician. The Autism Clinic can determine if your insurance covers the evaluation prior to scheduling an assessment. The Arc worked with professionals to create a best practice diagnostic clinic. The clinic was established to fill a need in our community for low income children and families who did not have resources to get a diagnoses for their child. This diagnosis helps to open up many new services for these kids. In October of 2022, The Arc became a provider for the state autism waiver. While there are still services that can be provided under this waiver, our program will start providing in-home educational services to parents of children with autism. In the future, additional services will be added.

Other

Bessong & Ministries, Inc.

Non-profit
Bessong & Ministries, Inc

We offer referral services, for information for local assistance for housing, food, furniture, spiritual counseling, job openings, and other needs that individuals may call for.

Mon.& Wed.
Other

Transitions

Non-profit
CASE COORDINATION & MANAGEMENT

We provide psycho-education and case management of human services. We begin this process with a mental health assessment, that leads with an individualized strength-based inventory and an evidence based mental status evaluation. This assessment focuses on the identification of strengths and weaknesses; the identification of familial, criminal and substance use history and asks the question of "how can we help". The instrument provides the counselor and case manager with the opportunity to identify gaps in services and management of those resources deemed necessary as most beneficial for the individual. In turn, this process offers the individual a structured treatment plan and process and coordinated support. Housing, individual counseling sessions, coupled with bi-weekly groups and individual life skill classes are also a part of the individuals coordinated treatment process.

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AFTER CARE: (M-T)
Other

New Futures, Inc.

Non-profit
Case Management

Providing extensive case management services for homeless families with children seeking to move into stable, independent housing.

Mon.- Thur.
Other

ELM Foundation

Faith-based
Case Management

The ELM Foundation provides intensive case management for clients who are willing and capable of working and wish to become self sufficient and no longer reliant on government or nonprofit resources. Assistance with goal setting, supportive services and outcomes tracking is offered.

Please call 256-217-7141 for hours of operation.
Other

The CARE Center

Faith-based
Case Management

The CARE Center provides intensive case management for our adult education and workforce development programs (Ignite Your Potential.) For more information, call 256-723-2271 or email Aneisha at aneisha.nolen@thecare-center.org.

Please call 256-723-2273 for hours of operation.
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The CARE Center

Faith-based
Case Management

The CARE Center provides a crisis case manager to ensure clients who receive assistance with crisis services follow through with goals and referrals and stay on the pathway to sustainability.

Please call 256-723-2273 for hours of operation.
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
CENTER FOR ADULT DAY CARE

The Center for Adult Day Care is a comprehensive service program providing social and enrichment care for individuals 18 and older. This STUDIO 60 program offers a supportive services that enable the physically, mentally, and age challenged adult to avoid premature institutionalization. The Center for Adult Day Care not only is a wonderful program for the individual, but also offers a respite for the caregiver. Care giving is an unceasing, and demanding role in which the sharing of care and support is of vital importance. Enrolling your loved one in the Center for Adult Day Care presents a beneficial solution for more than just the caregiver: + Corporations and businesses are able to retain good employees who do not need to alter their work schedule or quit their jobs in order to stay at home and care for their loved one. + Employees are not forced to jeopardize current and potential job opportunities, due to absenteeism. + The cost effectiveness of using the Center for Adult Day Care outweighs the expense and burden of in-home care. + The community and its leaders are able to take pride in offering a compassionate and practical alternative for the caring of their citizens. + Taxpayers benefit as the cost of participation in the Center for Adult Day Care is far lower than premature institutionalization. If you, a relative or friend is interested in this program please call Julie Born, Center for Adult Day Care, at 256.880.7094. Get additional information on the Center for Adult Day Care at www.centerforadultdaycare.com/

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WellStone

Non-profit
Community Education Services

WellStone is proud to offer Community Education services to promote learning and social development work with individuals and groups in our communities. WellStone offers a range of opportunities for Community Education including Mental Health First Aid, Connections Matter, "Question, Persuade, and Refer" (QPR), and Prevention Services, as well as speaking engagements, presentations about behavioral health conditions, and providing a presence at community events. WellStone is also available to participate in panel discussions, offer meeting spaces for your organization, and to speak about services offered by our agencies.

Please call 256-533-1970 for hours of operation.
Other

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Community Experience

Community Experience provides programs that offer community-based educational, vocational, adaptive daily skills training, and support to adults with intellectual disabilities. Specific training areas include physical, occupational, nutritional, speech, and counseling.

Other

Community Free DENTAL Clinic

Non-profit
Community Free Dental Clinic

Dental Evaluations, Dental Extractions, Dental Fillings, Dental Cleanings, Dental Cancer screenings

Tuesday & Wednesday other days as we have a dentist
Other

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Community Waiver Program

The new waiver program targets to serve persons with intellectual disabilities (ID) not currently receiving services through a current home and community-based services waiver, including those on the waiting list for the existing Intellectual Disabilities or Living at Home waivers. The program focuses on serving individuals and families before they are in crisis. Service providers will focus on goals of home and community-based services programs such as community integration, opportunities for employment, and developing skills for independence. The community waiver program will offer services to persons with intellectual disabilities in five enrollment groups, based on age and relative independence, each with a set of services designed to serve them: Children with ID (ages 3-13) who live with family/other natural supports Transition-age youth with ID (ages 14-22) who live with family/other natural supports or (ages 18-22) who live independently Working-age or older adults with ID (ages 23+) who live with family/other natural supports or who live independently Individuals with ID (ages 3+) who are unable to live with family/other natural supports or to live independently Individuals with ID (ages 22+) who have a minimum of one substantial functional limitation Available for application in Baldwin, Elmore, Houston, Jefferson, Limestone, Madison, Mobile, Montgomery, Morgan, Tuscaloosa, and walker counties. Call Center: 1-800-361-4491 Services Include: Community Integration Connection and Skills Training, Community Transportation, Employment and Coworker Supports, Supported Employment, Financial Literacy and Work Incentives Benefits Counseling, Family Empowerment and Systems Navigation Counseling, Housing Counseling Services, Housing Start-Up Assistance, Peer Specialist Services, Personal Assistance Community, Supported Living Services

Other

Legacy Health Connections

Non-profit
Debra Smith

Free hair care services for homeless and other under-resourced children and teens.

Mon - Thurs; Fri by Appt.
Other

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Early Intervention

Early Intervention is a program that provides services to children from birth to 3 years old who have significant developmental delays or are diagnosed with mental or physical conditions which have a high probability of developmental delays. Services may include special instruction, speech therapy, physical therapy, and other types of service based on the needs of the child and family. In accordance with Alabama's Early Intervention System, eligible infant and toddlers are those who: Exhibit developmental delays of at least 25% in one of the five developmental areas: cognitive, communication, adaptive/self help, physical/motor and social/emotional Have a diagnosed condition which has a high probability of resulting in a developmental delay Alabama's Early Intervention system provides evaluation and assessment to determine if the child meets the state's eligibility definition. Once the child has been evaluated and found to be eligible, the family, the service coordinator, and the service providers work together to develop an individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). The IFSP describes the supports and services necessary to meet the outcomes for the child and family.

Other

Madison Baptist Association Disaster Relief

Faith-based
Emergency Handicap Ramp Design & Construction

Madison Baptist Association Disaster Relief volunteers have the capability of designing and constructing Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant handicap ramps to accommodate emergency, short-term or long-term home and other access for injured or handicapped persons. Although design and construction are at no cost, ramp materials must be paid for following design acceptance and before construction can begin. Funding has been directly from clients or from churches—e.g. benevolence funds, Sunday School associates, other. For more information on this service, contact Jack Fuson, Madison Baptist Association Disaster Relief Coordinator.

Please call 571-268-1072 for hours of operation.
Other

First Stop

Non-profit
F.S. Day Services

meals, mail, showers, and laundry in the First Stop Day Center

Case Management (Monday - Friday)
Day Center (Monday - Friday)
Other

First Stop

Non-profit
F.S. Outreach

Develop Relationships Provide Essential Needs Encourage Use of First Stop services

Case Management (Monday - Friday)
Day Center (Monday - Friday)
Other

First Stop

Non-profit
F.S. Verified Identification

Background check, DD214, etc.

Case Management (Monday - Friday)
Day Center (Monday - Friday)
Other

The CARE Center

Faith-based
Faith and Finances

The CARE Center provides FREE financial literacy and counseling sessions. These sessions can be in a group setting or one-on-one. They can also be customized to be as simple or as complex as you need. For more information, please contact Annie at annie.harris@thecare-center.org or call 256-723-2273.

Please call 256-723-2273 for hours of operation.
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
FITNESS STUDIO

The Fitness Studio is our supervised exercise facility for seniors who are 60 years of age or better. There is a registration fee of $10.00 to join. The center has treadmills, recumbent bikes, elliptical trainers, seated steppers, Star Trac and Cybex weight machines, free weights, exercise balls and a stretching table. There is a trained monitor to assist with the machines. Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 7:30 pm – 3:30 pm Friday – 7:30 – Noon

M-Th
Friday
Other

Christian Job Corps of Madison County

Non-profit
Free Career Clothing for Women

We offer a career clothes closet with free clothing and accessories to any woman in need in our area. The clothes closet is available for visits any Tuesday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm or by appointment. Contact CJC at 256-428-9404 or volunteer@cwjc.net for appointment.

Monday through Thursday
Other

The CARE Center

Faith-based
Free Tax Prep

The CARE Center partners with AARP to provide FREE tax prep and filling with certified tax preparers beginning Feb 2, 2024, and ending April 11, 2024. This service is by appointment only. Please call 256.723.2273 to schedule an appointment.

Please call 256-723-2273 for hours of operation.
Other

The Hendley Group

Business
Fundraising Consulting for Non profits

Fundraising Consulting and Implementation for Non-Profits

M-F
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
HEALTH & WELLNESS PROGRAMS

STUDIO 60 Health Room is staffed with two Registered Nurses and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. The nurses are available to provide health services both at the Senior Center and out in the community. Our goal is to promote health and wellness among all seniors in Madison County. We strive to educate about ways to stay healthy and offer guidance for preventing and managing disease. + Blood pressure screenings (Monday, 9– 11) + Blood sugar screenings (last Monday of each month, 9 – 11) + Routine first aid + Off-site screenings and presentations + Resource library with health-related videos and books for loan + Lending closet with wheelchairs, walkers, shower chairs and more available free to seniors in need + Diabetic Support Group (First Tuesday of each month at 10) + Bereavement Support Group (Every Wednesday at 1pm)

M-Th
Friday
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
HOMEMAKER PROGRAM

The Homemaker Program provides in-home services to promote independent living. This program is for seniors 60 and over with health or physical limitations preventing them from doing their household chores. This includes light housekeeping services only. For more information on this service, please call Victoria Watkins, Homemaker Supervisor, 256.513.8324 or email hmksup@seniorview.com.

M-Th
Friday
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North Alabama Coalition for the Homeless

Non-profit
Identification cards

Non-state ID issued to clients in the AL-503 Continuum of Care. NACH can also assist with state ID for clients participating in the RISE case management program.

Mon - Thurs (Client Services Center at the Downtown Rescue Mission)
Friday By Appointment Only
Other

AshaKiran, Inc.

Non-profit
Interpretation and Translation Services

We provide interpretation/translation services in over 45 different languages. For info on this service please contact our 24-hour AshaLine crisis hotline: 256-509-1882

Other

Food for Thought by Bearded Warriors

Non-profit
Laundry Day

Our team offers monthly laundry day to our friends in the homeless community. Transportation is provided to/from the laundromat. Breakfast/Lunch is also served at this event.

Please call for hours of operation.
Other

Legal Services Alabama

Legal aid

Legal Services Alabama is a statewide provider of free legal aid to clients facing civil legal issues, including but not limited to landlord/tenant repairs and eviction, divorce/custody for survivors of life-threatening domestic violence, and assistance for victims of predatory lending facing wage garnishment. We also represent clients facing problems with public benefits like unemployment, social security and SNAP/food stamps.

Please call 256-536-9645 for hours of operation.
Other

Help Me Grow Alabama

Non-profit
Linking families to needed services

Help Me Grow does not offer any direct services. We link/refer families to needed services.

M-F
Other

Enroll Alabama

Non-profit
Marketplace Navigator

Helping people who are interested in applying for insurance find out if they would qualify for a reduced cost plan through the Marketplace.

Please call 334-868-2249 for hours of operation.
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
MEALS ON WHEELS

Meals on Wheels provides one nutritious meal Monday-Friday, year round (some holidays excluded). Volunteers deliver meals to the client's home between 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. There is no charge, but a donation based on income is suggested. Menus are planned by a Registered Dietitian. We cannot offer special diet meals. Our program delivers within the Huntsville city limits. Criteria to receive meals are: * Age 60 or over. * Primarily homebound. * Unable to cook for self because of health reasons. * No one living with you to cook for you. * Living in Huntsville city limits. If outside city limits, contact one of the county nutrition centers. Note – Income is not a factor. If you or someone you know is in need of our service, please contact 256-382-0920, or email : mow.cmgr@seniorview.com.

M-Th
Friday
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Valley Christian Counseling - Spanish Services

Non-profit
Mental Health Services in Spanish

We provide mental health resources for the Hispanic immigrants in North Alabama. Maria Stansbury is a Licensed Master Social Worker, under supervision. She provides group and individual sessions in person and online. We partner with local social services agencies to provide mental health resources to the Hispanic population in North Alabama

Please call 256-722-8091 for hours of operation.
Other

AGAPE of North Alabama

Non-profit
Natalie Balch

Adoption Home Studies - Agape social workers are licensed to write home studies for families wishing to adopt domestically.

Monday - Friday
Other

AGAPE of North Alabama

Non-profit
Natalie Balch

Foster Care Services - Agape works with the northern 22 counties of Alabama to place children in safe foster homes.

Monday - Friday
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
NUTRITION CENTERS PROGRAM

In addition to STUDIO 60 (Thomas W. Davidson) Senior Center on Drake Avenue, STUDIO 60 manages seven other nutrition programs serving seniors throughout Madison County. These neighborhood locations make it possible for seniors to have a hot, nutritious lunch at a center not far from home. Most of the centers offer games, crafts, and classes. Some provide home-delivered meals to homebound seniors in their community. **STUDIO 60 Senior Center **Gurley Center **Bob Harrison Senior & Wellness Center **City of Madison Senior Center **Madison Crossroads Center **New Hope Center **New Market Center **New Sharon Center

M-Th
Friday
Other

Church of the Nativity, Episcopal

Church
Outreach

Rose Veal Eby, Outreach Missioner, is on staff to provide outreach opportunities to the congregation and to engage in ministry beyond the church building. 256.533.2455 Email: rvealeby@nativity-hsv.org

Please call 256-532-5114 for hours of operation.
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Parkinson's Dynamics/Rock Steady Boxing Rocket Cty

Non-profit
Parkinson's Disease Classes

We offer the following classes geared towards clients with Parkinson's Disease: Rock Steady® Boxing, Speak Out® Voice Training, Urban Poling, PWR! Moves®, PARTE' ™, Choir, Sit & Chat

Please call 256-513-8164 for hours of operation.
Other

Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Pediatric Outpatient Center

The Pediatric Outpatient Center (POC) serves children birth to 5 years old. POC is comprised of pediatric therapists that provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy to families in Madison County and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to help your child reach their greatest potential. Our therapists use a play-based approach which makes learning fun. We accept Medicaid and most private insurance plans. Our pediatric physical therapists help children gain independence and increase their active participation in home, school, and community environments. Each child receives an individualized physical therapy plan, which may address injuries or delays in gross motor development. Our pediatric occupational therapists help children gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills and visual motor skills that they need to function and socialize. Each child receives an individualized occupational therapy plan, which may address sensory integration disorders and self-care skills. Our pediatric speech therapists help children with articulation disorders, fluency disorders, communication challenges, swallowing/feeding disorders, and language disorders. Each child receives an individualized speech therapy plan, which may address cognitive or developmental delays, weak oral muscles, and communication issues.

Other

Madison County 310 Board

Non-profit
Services for Intellectual Disabilities

The Madison County 310 Board Manages the Medicaid Waiver. Individuals that meet the Department of Mental Health Criteria for an Intellectual Disability can apply for the waiting list for the waiver. The individual must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the waiver: 1) Have a documented IQ of under 70 prior to the age of 18. 2) Have a documented IQ of under 70 after the age of 18 (if individual is over the age of 18) 3) Be eligible or capable of becoming eligible for Medicaid. If the individual meets the above criteria, please initiate the intake process by contacting the DMH call center at: 1-800-367-4491

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Shower Up

Non-profit
Showers

ShowerUp provides showers and hygiene items to those in need. Our shower trailer is mobile which allows us to travel to various locations within the city. We love to partner with other groups/events and bring showers alongside other services provided. All we need for showers is a hookup to a common water-hose source. We have 3 private shower suites and can typically give 9 showers per hour.

Please call 256-508-3801 for hours of operation.
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Neighborhood Concepts, Inc.

Non-profit
Small Business Lending

NCI offers loans to north Alabama entrepreneurs and small businesses who are unable to access traditional financing

Other

Spur Employment

Business
Staffing Services

Businesses in the community that are in need of workers can partner with Spur for their staffing needs. We are experienced in K12 education staffing, hospitality, food service, event staff, security personnel, and light industrial staffing.

Please call 888-957-9142 for hours of operation.
Other

Christmas Charities Year Round

Non-profit
Textile (Clothing) Recycling

Accepts unwearable clothing, torn or stained sheets, towels, all textiles for recycle

Monday - Friday
Other

STUDIO 60 Senior Center

Non-profit
TRAVEL

Learning and recreational opportunities via local day, regional overnights, and international travel are offered for those age 18 and older. See events on Facebook (STUDIO 60 Travel) or on our website (www.SeniorView.com) and call Travel Coordinator Claire Wood at 256.382.0922.

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Friday
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Still Serving Veterans

Non-profit
VA Disability Claims

We can assist veterans in building and submitting disability claims. Proof of honorable military service required (DD214).Call 256-883-7035 for an appointment.

Please call 256-883-7035 for hours of operation.
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Still Serving Veterans

Non-profit
VA Pension Claims

We can assist veterans and/or their families in creating and submitting pension claims. Proof of honorable military service required (DD214). Call 256-883-7035 for an appointment.

Please call 256-883-7035 for hours of operation.
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Arc of Madison County, Inc.

Non-profit
Volunteering

Our clients love to be a part of the larger community through volunteering. If you are associated with a non-profit which could benefit from enthusiastic volunteers, let us know! Example activities include: Sorting donations (food bank, clothes, etc.), Delivering food, Visiting nursing homes, Greeting people, Handing out items at events

Other

Regional Autism Network-UAH

Other
Working with Neurodiversity

The RAN serves as a community contact resource to anything that individuals with autism, their families, teachers, or service providers may need in the North Alabama region.

Please call 256-824-2317 for hours of operation.
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