National Directory: Missouri

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HOME MODIFICATION IN Missouri


Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in Missouri. Search by city or keyword.

Columbia, MO

USDA Rural Development

Contact Person:

Address: 1715 D W. Worley, Columbia, MO 65203

Phone Number: 573-446-9091 ext.102

Target Population: 62+ people with low-incomes.

Services/Modifications Provided: Roof, handicap accessibility, health and safety.

Kansas City, MO

HandyPro of Kansas City

Contact Person: Chris Maxon

Address: 8611 NE 99th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64157

Email Address: cmaxon@handypro.com

Phone Number: 816-698-5252

Homepage/Website: www.kansas-city.handypro.com

Established: 1996

No. of Persons Served/Year: 100

No. of Paid Staff: 3

Most Common Modification: Grab Bars, Bathroom Remodel for Access, Accessibility Ramps

Type of Assessment: yes

Providers Education/Training: no

Liberty, MO

Rebuilding Together Kansas City

Contact Person: Clay McQuerry

Address: 2050 Plumbers Way, #150, Liberty, MO 64068

Email Address: clay@rebuildingtogetherkc.org

Phone Number: 816-781-8985

Homepage/Website: www.rebuildingtogetherkc.org

Established: 2001

Sponsor: Rebuilding Together Kansas City

Director: Executive Director - Clay McQuerry

Target Population: seniors and people with disabilities of all ages

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: 1600

No. of Persons Served/Year: 125

No. of Paid Staff: 4

Most Common Modification: grab bars, handrails, wheelchair ramps, low-rise steps, bathroom assistive devices

Type of Assessment: yes

Assessor: Occupational and Physical Therapists

Providers Education/Training: yes

Funding Sources: Clay County Senior Services, Platte County Senior Fund, H&R Block Foundation, George H. Nettleton Foundation, William J. Bract Charitable Trust, RT Store, Menorah Heritage Foundation, local churces, businesses, and individuals

Special Features: We use volunteers to assist with our major projects to lower the project costs. Two of our current Safe at Home employees are Certified Aging in Place Specialists.

Total Budget: $275,000

Pleasant Hill, MO

Equal Mobility Solutions

Contact Person: Kayla Robling

Address: 1404 Country Club Drive, Pleasant Hill, MO 64080

Email Address: office@equalmobilitysolutions.com

Phone Number: 816-680-1119

Homepage/Website: http://www.equalmobilitysolutions.com

Established: Summer 2017

Funding Sources: no

Services/Modifications Provided: Stair Lifts/Chair Lifts

Is your organization Non-Profit?: no

Saint Louis, MO

Bevo 2001 Senior Center Citizens Program

Contact Person: Sanguinette Betty

Address: 4705 Rigdewood, Saint Louis, MO 63116

Phone Number: 314-352-0141

Target Population: Older and disabled persons.

Services/Modifications Provided: Minor painting and repairs.

Smithville, MO

Stay At Home Solutions

Contact Person: Maria Lindbergh

Address: PO Box 617, Smithville, MO 64089

Email Address: maria@stayathomesolutionskc.com

Phone Number: 816-721-3034

Homepage/Website: http://stayathomesolutionskc.com

Established: 7/1/17

Target Population: baby boomers, older adults

No. of Persons Served/Year: 100

Most Common Modification: 0-10,000

Funding Sources: no

Services/Modifications Provided: bathroom remodel

Total Budget: private pay, area on aging funds, Medicare, long term care insurance, home equity loans

Is your organization Non-Profit?: yes

Certification(s): Maria Lindbergh

Springfield, MO

Southwest Center For Independent Living

Contact Person: Alice Voigt

Address: 2864 S. Mettleton, Springfield, MO 65807

Email Address: scil@swcil.org

Phone Number: 417-886-1188

Target Population: Low-income people or anyone with any disability. Services are free regardless of age.

Services/Modifications Provided: Ramps and grab bars.

This project was supported, in part, by grant number HHS-2018-ACL-AOA-HMOD-0308 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects with government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official ACL policy.

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