Alcohol & Drug Dependency Services of Southeast Iowa (ADDS),
928 Main St., Keokuk: 319-524-4397
Burlington: 319-753-6567 Ft. Madison: 372-6011
-Services: Outpatient individual & group therapy, education & prevention services, residential treatment (Burlington facility), consultation, employee assistance program, crisis intervention, OWI classes/screenings, case management relapse treatment, substance abuse evaluations/screenings. Fees for evaluation and treatment may be paid by insurance, Title 19 or clients using sliding scale.
American Red Cross - Lee Co. Chapter
811 Main St., Keokuk, Hrs: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm (Mon - Thurs)
319-524-3215 Or 866-486-7975
-Services to family disaster (fire, flood, etc.) limited lodging, food & clothing, swimming lessons, First Aid & CPR classes, Services to Military Families.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Great River Area
629 Blondeau St., Suite # 105, Keokuk
-Provide guided one-on-one relationship with a quality volunteer to assist children in achieving their potential as they grow to become confident, competent, and caring individuals - Serving youth 5-16 years of age. www.bbsgreatriver.org
Boy Scouts of America Mississippi Valley Council #141
Field Office: 3007 Flint Hills Dr., Burlington
Lee County Contact - 319-470-5333
-Provides boys 7-12 & young adults an effective program designed to build desirable qualities of character, training in responsibilities of participating citizenship, & to develop better physical fitness. www.mississippivalleybsa.org
Child Abuse Prevention Council of Lee County
416 Main St, Donnellson
-Stork’s Nest of Lee County Program, Group Parent Education Classes, Young Parent’s Support Meetings. Meetings weekly in Ft. Madison and Keokuk. Storks Nest provides incentives for young parents to learn and practice good parenting skills.
Community Action of Southeast Iowa
Eichacker Community Action Center,
3433 Avenue O, Ft. Madison Hrs: 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
-Child Care Resource & Referral, FaDDS (Family Development & Self-Sufficiency program), Head Start, Early Head Start, Utility Assistance. Call for information.
Community Services Food Pantry
First United Methodist Church
510 9th St., Ft. Madison, Hrs: 9 am-12 pm, 1 pm-3 pm (M,W,F)
- Emergency assistance with food and household items, clothing at God’s Closet.
Denmark Ball Association
- T-ball and children’s ball teams, United Way funds Middle School Girls Program
Emma Cornelis Hospitality House
2733 Ave N., Fort Madison
-Temporary Housing for homeless families and individuals.
Food Bank of Southern Iowa, Inc.
P.O. Box 1294, Ottumwa, IA 52501
-Provides food to local feeding sites.
Fort Madison Community School Child Health Fund
3301 Avenue L, Fort Madison, IA 52627
–Provides health care for needy students including vision & hearing screening, dental and eye exams, glasses, dental work, and physical exams.
Fort Madison Family YMCA
220 26th St. Fort Madison, IA 52627
- Youth & Adult aquatics, Adult Fitness, Youth Activities, Volleyball, Little Tyke Tee Ball, Y Kids Co. Pre-school, Pee Wee Basketball, and Pi-yo Aerobics. Seasonal programs: Outdoor Soccer, Basketball, Flag Football, & Tee Ball.
Fort Madison Public Library – Summer Reading Program
1920 Ave. E, Fort Madison, IA 52627
- United Way funding helps the Library promote summer reading to help children maintain and develop their reading skills over the summer.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois
1308 Broadway, PO Box 190, W. Burlington, 52655
-In partnership with community adults, girls ages 5-17 explore new activities, serve their communities & develop leadership skills. www.gseiwi.org
Hope Haven Development Center
1307 Broadway, West Burlington, IA 52655
-Provides residential, employment, and training opportunities to physically and mentally handicapped adults.
Iowa Legal Aid Southeast Regional Office
112 E 3rd St. Ottumwa, IA, 52501
1-800-452-0007 or 641-683-3166
-Legal information, advocacy, and legal representation for low income residents. www.iowalegalaid.org
Lee County Boxing Club
1311 20th St., Fort Madison, IA 52627
- Youth learn discipline in exercise and develop in character and physical fitness.
Radio Information Service
504 Memorial Hall, WIU, Macomb, IL 61455
-Radio programs specifically designated for the visually impaired, in hopes of keeping residents informed on world, local and area news.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
811 Avenue E, Ft. Madison, IA 52627
-Provides volunteer opportunities to adults age 55 and older, matching their skill, and interests to priority needs in the community.
Tri-State Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse
801 Main St., Suite 1B, Keokuk, IA 52632
Business Line: 319-524-8520
Or 319-524-4445 Outreach office 319-524-1995 24-Hour Crisis Line (Toll Free) 800-498-5095
-Crisis Line, crisis intervention at police & hospital, confidential shelter, outreach services plus prevention and education programs in schools.