Immacolata Manor

 

Links

 

The Arc
http://www.thearc.org

Missouri Department of Mental Health
http://www.dmh.missouri.gov

Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City
http://www.kcdsg.org

Autism Society of America
http://www.autism-society.org

United Cerebral Palsy Association
http://www.ucpa.org

Judevine Center for Autism
http://www.judevine.org/

Administration on Development Disabilities
http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/add

Epilepsy Foundation of America
http://www.efa.org

Clay County Developmental Disabilities Services
http://www.macdds.org/Counties/clay.html

MO Division of Devlopmental Disabilities
http://www.dmh.missouri.gov/mrdd/mrddindex.htm

Missouri Planning Council
http://www.mpcdd.com

Missouri Association of County Developmental Disability
http://www.macdds.org

People First of Missouri
http://www.missouripeoplefirst.org

Missouri Developmental Disability Resource Center (MODDRC)
http://www.moddrc.org

 

Pathways is a newsletter published quarterly for residents of Clay and Platte County, Missouri with developmental disabilities, their families and other interested persons. To receive Pathways via e-mail, visit www.dginform.com/Pathways

Friends

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation
http://www.gkccf.org

Seaport Family Dentistry
homepage on www.ident.ws

CM Mose & Son
http://www.cmmoseandson.com/

Liberty Sertoma Club
http://www.libertysertoma.org

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
http://www.opm.gov/CFC

United Way of Greater Kansas City
http://www.kcunitedway.org

KC Creative & KC Cares
http://www.kccreative.org/

Shop Local 365 KC
http://www.shoplocal365kc.com/

The Harvest Ball
http://www.harvestballsociety.org/

Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce
http://www.libertychamber.com

Kansas City Royals
http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/kc/ticketing/group_sales.jsp

MetroFreeStuff.com
http://www.MetroFreeStuff.com/

Liberty Tourism Council
www.ExploreLibertyMo.com

Elected Officials

We encourage you to contact your elected officials and share your thoughts on current events and government policy, especially as it relates to the developmentally disabled. Decisions on legislative issues are measured by the number of people that contact their Senators and Representatives and make their voice known as a voter. Since the people we support cannot advocate for themselves, they need you to do it for them…and their future.

Please call or write, and encourage others to do the same. Thank you for taking the time to advocate on behalf of all persons with a developmental disability. Below you’ll find links to e-mail and postal addresses, and phone numbers for key elected officials.

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden
Send questions, comments, concerns, or well-wishes to the President or his staff.

U.S. Senators
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U.S. Representatives
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State Governors
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State Legislators
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