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Shelter House of Iowa
Shelter House of Iowa, in Johnson County, Iowa, provides a variety of services to homeless individuals and those at risk of homelessness. Services include drop-in locations with showers, telephone, and a nurse clinic, emergency shelter, help with permanent housing, employment services, and veterans assistance. Referrals for mental health and substance use treatment are also available.
Your Life Iowa
Your Life Iowa offers a call, text, or chat crisis hotline. They provide non-judgmental support, resources to help you, and referrals to additional services. You can also gain access to the Warm Line for peer substance use support, have mobile crisis help sent to your location, and more. If you’re struggling, don’t hesitate to call 988 or (855) 581-8111.
Iowa 211
Iowans who call 211 are connected to a wide variety of social services, ranging from child care, housing, and food, to transportation, financial assistance, and educational and legal support. 211 can also refer callers to family and senior services, legal help, job support, veteran services, and treatment for mental health and substance use.
New Opportunities
New Opportunities operates in six counties in western Iowa: Audubon, Calhoun, Carroll, Dallas, Greene, Guthrie, and Sac. They offer a broad range of services, including Head Start, family development centers, referrals to substance use treatment, health services, and free weatherization audits for residents’ homes. They also connect area residents to essentials like food, school supplies, clothing, and additional services such as child care, mentoring, and more.
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Iowa Harm Reduction Coalition (IHRC)
The Iowa Harm Reduction Coalition provides help to those who use or inject drugs. They operate in four metro areas and 23 counties, offering risk reduction kits, syringe clean up and disposal, naloxone (Narcan) kits, fentanyl test strips, and HIV/Hep C testing. They also have a 24-hour hotline and can connect clients to housing services, substance use treatment, and other support.
Polk County Harm Reduction
Polk County, Iowa, which includes Des Moines, provides harm reduction kits in multiple lock boxes around the city. The harm reduction website gives lockbox locations and codes, as well as information on how to use the kits. The lock boxes also contain sharps disposal containers and hygiene kits with soap, a toothbrush, and period products. The website also has information about obtaining naloxone (Narcan), how to get healthcare, and local medication-assisted treatment (MAT) programs.
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Individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness can access multiple services from PATH, part of Iowa’s Health and Human Services. PATH offers short-term case management, help with housing, and referrals to social services like job training, health care, and education support. Those who are interested can also get referrals to mental health and substance use treatment.
Iowa State University Student Health and Wellness
Iowa State University’s Student Health and Wellness program has a continuum of care for students with substance use issues. They provide self-help and assessments along with prevention outreach and education, including information about safe partying and alcohol use. The program also offers peer support services, short-term individual care, and referrals to substance use and mental health treatment.
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