PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH
Agencies providing physical health, mental health and addiction services
BOONE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH
The Boone County Public Health Department works closely with the Board of Health and other community initiatives/organizations to improve our community’s health. Services include immunization clinics, communicable disease control, and the Care for Yourself program.
Contact: Debi Pestotnik
105 S Marshall Street in Boone
CICS - Central Iowa Community Services
CICS supports individuals and strengthens communities by serving the unique needs of individuals with mental health and intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Services include: coordination services, 24-hour crisis line, crisis evaluation and stabilization, mental health commitments, mobile crisis response, inpatient and outpatient therapy, medication management, drop in centers, and other support services.
Contact: Kim Schomaker
CRISIS LINE: 844-258-8858
Community and Family Resources
Outpatient addictions and problem gambling treatment and prevention services. Includes assessment/evaluation, Intensive and Extended Outpatient treatment services, individual counseling, group therapy, & family treatment component. Prevention services include educational presentations for schools (K-12), and civic or community groups and organizations. Mental Health services include mental health evaluations, medication management, telepsych services, psychiatric consultation, and individual mental health therapy.
Jim Kotouc, B.A., IADC; Outpatient Addictions Program Supervisor
1332 S. Marshall St.
Boone, Iowa 50036
Free Clinic of Boone County
The Free Clinic of Boone County is a volunteer based healthcare program and is open the first and third Tuesdays of every month from 6 to 8 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Boone. Anyone is welcome to come to the clinic. All patient information is confidential. The scope of care includes, but is not limited to, sports, school and employment physicals, minor injuries, illnesses such as colds, sore throats, ear aches, rashes, urinary tract infections, chronic care for diabetes, hypertension, asthma, family planning, STD screenings, pregnancy testing, assistance with prescription medications for qualified clients, referrals to community resources for wellness and prevention, and referrals through Free Clinics of Iowa for specialty physician care.
The clinic is for individuals that are uninsured or under insured. There is no cost, however, in-kind donations are accepted. The clinic is first come, first serve and no appointments are necessary.
703 Arden Street in Boone
Contact: Jennifer Clubine
1st Five helps children 0-5 years old by helping to find resources in the following areas: physical development, social-emotional development, autism and family stressors. 1st Five partners with local medical providers by supporting the use of screening and surveillance tools used at well child check ups and acting as a one stop referral source to follow up with patients in need of early intervention services and community resources.
Contact: Megan Thompson
515-232-9020, ext 129
Family Development and Self-Sufficiency (FaDSS) is for families receiving FIP benefits. MICA FaDSS serves families with Head of Household 26 years and older. This program works with families to address barriers to success, including unemployment, substance abuse, education, physical health, and mental health. A family development specialist meets one-on-one with each family.
Contact: Jasie Nott