Partners

Here is a list of organizations that Burrell has partnered with for the common good of our community for both our Southwest region as well as our Central region.

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Aids Project of the Ozarks

AIDS Project of the Ozarks (APO) is a non-profit community-based organization serving a 29-county region in southwest Missouri. APO currently serves over 600 clients with HIV/AIDS and their families. Concerned families and friends established the organization as a grass roots entity in 1983. Services include: medical care, case management, education to the general public, and services to persons with HIV infection, their families and significant others in a confidential, caring environment.

Alzheimer’s Association

As the largest non-profit funder of Alzheimer’s research, The Association is committed to accelerating progress f new treatments, preventions and ultimately, a cure. Through partnerships, the Association has been part of every major research advancement relating to Alzheimer’s over the past 30 years. Today, the Association reaches millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s across the globe through its national headquarters and over 75 local chapters. As the largest donor-supported, voluntary health organization for Alzheimer’s, the Association is a catalyst for advancements in Alzheimer’s research and care.

Boone County Juvenile Justice Center

Boone County, Missouri Sheriff’s Department

Visit the Boone County Sheriff’s Department website.

Boone County Interagency Team

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Christian Associates of Table Rock Lake

Located in Kimberling City, MO, Christian Associates offers services to families in need. Assistance is available for those at 50% of the country’s median income, adjusted for family size and includes subsidized housing for up to two years, case management services, life skills training, access to a thrift store and food pantry, and also a state approved childcare facility.

Center for Human Services

The Center for Human Services promotes development and prevents or reduces the challenges of disabilities across the life span by creating partnerships with individuals, families and communities. The organization recognizes that each individual should have the opportunity to successfully participate in their community and pledges to actively promote meaningful, comprehensive services in family and child development, community living, and employment.

City of Springfield, Missouri Police Department

Busch Municipal Building
840 Boonville Avenue
Springfield, MO 65802
417.864.1000

Columbia Housing Authority; Columbia, MO

Founded in 1956, the Housing Authority of the City of Columbia, Missouri provides safe, healthy, and affordable housing to low-income families and individuals in Columbia and Boone County in Missouri.

City of Columbia, Missouri Police Department

Our Mission: It shall be the duty of each member of the police department to protect the life and property of all persons in the city and to obey punctually the orders of the chief thereof; and all the members thereof shall, to the best of their ability, preserve order, peace and quiet throughout the city.

Burrell also partners with the Columbia Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Team.

Columbia Public Schools

As a district accredited with distinction by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Columbia Public Schools is a reflection of our community. Education is something we value and share. It is this tremendous community support that drives us to improve. Our focus, from preschool to adult career education, is excellence.

Community Partnership of the Ozarks

330 N. Jefferson Ave.
Springfield, MO 65806

Cox College of Nursing

Cox College, a private College of 850 students, is committed to excellence by meeting the educational needs of students and the health care community. The College offers Associates, Bachelor and Master degrees in Nursing for which Burrell Behavioral Health is pleased to serve as a behavioral health training site for Cox College nursing students.

CoxHealth Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at CoxHealth provides physicians and nurses with advanced training to care for premature or ill newborns. The NICU is a 52-bed facility with caring, skilled staff and advanced medical equipment. Having a premature or ill baby is one of the most stressful experiences a parent can have. Most parents find it very difficult to go through the experience of having their baby in the NICU without needing emotional support. Burrell Behavioral Health, in partnership with this unit, provides counselors and social workers who can provide on-site emotional support to those in need.

Drury University

Ranked 8th among Midwest Regional Universities in the United States in the publication U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges in 2014, and a top 100 best value university by Kiplingers’ Personal Finance, Drury University is committed to the liberal arts tradition and to personal education that integrates theoretical and practical knowledge in the context of the 21st century. Among the variety of majors offered at Drury are behavioral sciences and music therapy which become readily intertwined when Drury students provide music therapy to participants of Burrell’s CSTAR, adolescent substance abuse program.

Enactus

Headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable, world. Burrell Behavioral Health is pleased that members of Enactus are able to share their entrepreneurial spirit with the individuals of Burrell’s Working Solutions program, a program designed to help those with velopmental disabilities discover meaning and purposefulness through employment.

Equi-Librium Therapy Center

Located in Rogersville, Missouri, Equi-Librium Therapy Center’s mission is to provide exceptional accredited equine therapy services, improving the quality of life for those in the Ozarks. Equi-Librium’s team includes a number of individuals, including Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Physical therapists, all trained to deliver equine-assisted activities and Hippotherapy to disabled and/or troubled individuals. EquiLibrium’s program has proven beneficial in the delivery of therapies to those in Burrell’s CSTAR program for youth and adolescents dealing with substance abuse issues.

The Council of Churches Of The Ozarks

At its conception in 1969, the Council was a group of area churches united to provide emergency food an clothing to those in need. They believed, and still agree today, that we can accomplish more by working together. Now 82 ministry partners, representing 19 denominations form the core of the Council along with individuals and businesses from the surrounding areas.

Division of Children’s Services, Youth Services & Family Support Services

Children’s Services division pertaining to Adoption, Foster Care, Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline, Family Centered Services, Intensive In-Home Services. Youth Services for information about youth in the juvenile justice system. Family Support Division is available for Food Stamps, Child Support Enforcement, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (Welfare), Rehabilitation Services for the Blind, Eligibility Determination for MO HealthNet and MO HealthNet for Kids.

Family Health Center – Heath & Care Within Reach

Family Health Center exists to provide access to primary medical, dental and mental health services to community members, with emphasis on the medically underserved, to improve the health of the community and to train future health care providers.

Greene County, Missouri Juvenile Office; Greene County Juvenile Courts

The purpose of the Greene County Juvenile Court is to provide prevention, intervention and protection services to children, families and the community, while promoting collaborative partnerships with private and public entities in an ongoing effort to improve the quality of life for the citizens of Greene County.

Greene County, Missouri Sheriff’s Department

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Jordan Valley (FQHC)

By providing people a medical home, we can more effectively improve the health of our patients and the community. A medical home provides a multitude of health services within one centralized location. It’s a one-stop-shop for healthcare that works with patients to improve health outcomes.

The Kitchen

The Kitchen has been providing housing, food, and medical services to the homeless, underserved, and uninsured in the Springfield area since 1983. We are a local organization whose purpose is those in the Springfield community. All contributions are utilized for the betterment of our immediate service area. We serve a very diverse population and needs with the many programs sponsored by The Kitchen.

Missouri Association of Drug Court Professionals

Drug courts represent the combined efforts of justice and treatment professionals to actively intervene and break the cycle of substance abuse, addiction, crime, delinquency, and child maltreatment. These special dockets are given the responsibility to handle cases involving addicted citizens under the adult, juvenile, family, and tribal justice systems.

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, in conjunction with Burrell Behavioral Health, have worked simultaneously to obtain funding for various projects serving the Developmentally Disabled in Southwest and Central Missouri.

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

912 Wildwood
P.O. Box 570
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102

Missouri Children’s Trust Fund

The Children’s Trust Fund (CTF) is Missouri’s foundation for child abuse prevention. CTF was created by the Missouri General Assembly in 1983 as a 501c(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to prevent and/or alleviate child abuse and neglect. Located within the Missouri Office of Administration, CTF is governed by a twenty-one member Board of Directors, seventeen of whom are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Missouri Senate. Burrell Behavioral Health has, on several occasions, had the opportunity to partner with CTF in applying for grants and in offering educational events that pertain to the welfare of children and is currently a license plate partner.

Missouri Department of Mental Health

DMH makes services available through state-operated facilities and contracts with private organizations and individuals. The state-operated psychiatric facilities include inpatient psychiatric for adults and children, as well as the Missouri Sexual Offender Treatment Center.

Missouri Department of Social Services/Children and Youth Services Division

Due to Burrell’s broad continuum of care, and ability to provide care at various intensities, depending on need, Burrell Behavioral Health receives a significant number of referrals, and correlating funds, for both its children’s programming and its youth and adolescent CSTAR program, which addresses substance abuse issues for this population.

Missouri Hotel | 420 E. Commercial | 417-837-1540

The Mission of The Kitchen, Inc. is “To create a place where persons, especially the poor, are welcomed and cared for with dignity and compassion.” We also seek to provide services which will enable residents to become self sufficient and fulfilled. Thus, there is an increasing emphasis on helping people overcome their difficulties and to learn from them, while gaining education and experience, which will help them, maintain independence.

Missouri School for the Deaf

Students are enrolled at the Missouri School for the Deaf as the result of a cooperative placement process initiated at the local school level. Students come from virtually every corner of the state. Most enrollees attend as residential students, although over the years many families have moved to Callaway County and the surrounding area so their children could attend as day students. The school’s programs are operated on a K-12 structure with students moving through successive grades in each of the three school components; primary, intermediate and high school. The Missouri School for the Deaf has also been fortunate in being able to provide strong vocational programs. In 1982 an expanded vocational complex was dedicated. The entire school program is accredited by both the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the Conference of Educational Administrators Serving the Deaf. Burrell Behavioral Health has been privileged to partner with the Missouri School for the Deaf in providing telehealth psychiatry services.

Missouri Senate Bill 40 Boards

Senate Bill 40 (SB40) Boards administer and establish and/or operate sheltered workshops, residence facilities, and/or related services for the care or employment of persons with developmental disabilities. Of Missouri’s 114 counties and the city of St. Louis, 85 have established SB 40 Boards. Burrell Behavioral Health works closely with many of the area’s SB40 Boards in the coordination of service and funding, especially for those diagnosed with IDD.

Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation

The Missouri Department of Education’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation provides assistance to individuals who have a disability that might otherwise keep them from obtaining a job. Vocational Rehabilitation specializes in employment and training services that can assist in job placement, based upon eligibility. To be eligible, an individual must have a physical or mental impairment that creates difficulty with regard to working. Once eligibility is determined, a VR counselor coordinates guidance and counseling, skills training, and job placement. Burrell’s Development Disabilities Department works closely with VR, interchanging counseling, skills training and job placement for Developmentally Disabled persons.

Missouri Psychiatric Center – University of Missouri Health System

Treatment services are designed to meet the inpatient needs of adults, adolescents, children and their families who are in crisis or who need a comprehensive diagnosis evaluation in an inpatient setting. The goals of hospitalization are to evaluate, stabilize and treat mentally ill individuals, and to carefully evaluate all possible medical and psychological reasons for a psychiatric disorder. Our multidisciplinary treatment team has created a comprehensive, integrated and safe diagnostic therapeutic environment in which problems can be discussed and healing can begin.

Missouri State University

Missouri State University, in Springfield, is Missouri’s second largest university and offers quality academic programs that focus on the career success of students with affordability and value. MSU is an integral part of the Springfield community and frequently partners with Burrell Behavioral Health in the development of various grant applications and also through Burrell’s participation as an internship site for students enrolled in MSU’s nursing program.

Moberly School District

The Moberly School District is committed to vision of exemplary education. The learning enviornment that we must foster will stimulate intellectual curiosity, teach children how to learn, and enable them to become learning community. This vision statement provides a blueprint of standards that the Moberly School District will achieve and maintain.

NAMI of Southwest Missouri

NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI Southwest Missouri is the local affiliate for NAMI in the Springfield, Missouri area. A grassroots, not for profit organization dedicated to providing programs and services to those affected by mental illness.

OACAC Head Start

Head Start is a pre-school learning experience for children from income eligible families. It is a family-oriented program designed to provide educational experiences, health services and other opportunities for both the children and their families.

Oxford HealthCare

Oxford HealthCare has been bringing health care to the home since 1974, and strives to set the standard of excellence for home care. Whether it’s 24-hour care, or just extra help around the house, Oxford delivers quality care in the comfort of home. With more than 1,400 employees serving 4,000 clients on a weekly basis, Oxford is dedicated to meeting individual needs, and to keeping families together. Oxford HealthCare and Burrell have jointly participated in the delivery of telehealth services and, due to their offerings of complimentary care, frequently share in referrals from one organization or the other.

Pettis County Community Partnership

The mission of the Pettis County Community Partnership is to improve the lives of children, families, and all who live or work in Pettis County. By coming together around issues that confront the people of Pettis County, the partnership is able to find ways to combine resources and improve lives. PCCP seeks to ensure that families can raise their children into adulthood-healthy, safe, educated, and productive. Burrell Behavioral Health is pleased to help this partnership by providing both resources and support to indigent patients of Pettis County.

Randolph County Caring Communities

The mission of The Randolph County Caring Community Partnership is to serve as a framework to engage the community in action towards enhancing the quality of life for all residents. The partnership aims to accomplish this by applying the values of Respect, Collaboration, Integrity, and Accountability by actively involving the community in decisions that affect their well-being, brining services closer to where families live and children attend school, and by using dollars more flexibly and effectively to meet family needs. Burrell Behavioral Health can assist this partnership in attaining its goals by offering consultation services where appropriate.

Southwest Missouri Office on Aging

Southwest Missouri Office on Aging is your leading source for programs, services, and information specifically designed to help older adults and their caregivers. SWMOA has been serving thousands of seniors in southwest Missouri since 1973 through the many programs, senior centers, and numerous services they offer. Burrell Behavioral Health strives to meet the needs of the aging in its communities and has partnered with SWMOA through the implementation of several grant-funded programs designed specifically to provide senior services.

Smiley Lane Family Medicine

Smiley Lane Family Medicine Clinic, located in northern Columbia, is the University of Missouri’s Department of Family and Community Medicine’s newest family medicine clinic and includes a drive-through pharmacy, as well as an on-site lab. Physicians and other clinic staff members provide a full range of primary care services to families and individuals in this northeast Columbia practice. Smiley Lane Family Medicine and Burrell Behavioral Health frequently coordinate care for patients in the Columbia community to insure that both physical and behavioral health needs are met.

Springfield Regional Office

The Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities (DD) serves individuals with developmental disabilities such as cognitive disabilities, cerebral palsy, head injuries, autism, epilepsy, and certain learning disabilities. Springfield Regional Office is the primary point of entry into the system for the following counties Christian, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Hickory, Laclede, Ozark, Polk, Stone, Taney, Webster, and Wright. Springfield Regional Office does not provide paid services; however, regional offices purchase services from contracted agencies licensed by the Department of Mental Health or other national accrediting agencies. Service Coordination is available in every county. Service coordinators provide case management and are responsible for assisting with advocacy, linking people to services and assuring the health and safety of the individual supported. Burrell Behavioral Health readily accepts referrals from the Springfield Regional Office in order to meet the behavioral health needs of those they serve and also assists in referring to other community agencies as needed to help ensure that comprehensive care is provided to the developmentally delayed population.

Springfield-Greene County Health Department

227 E. Chestnut Expressway
Springfield, MO 65802

Springfield Salvation Army

Since 1890, The Salvation Army has provided hope and help to thousands of Ozarks residents. Today, more than 120 years later, The Salvation Army remains committed to “Doing the Most Good” for the most people in His name without discrimination. Partnering with Burrell Behavioral Health in the development and execution of alcohol and drug prevention programming is just one way in which the Salvation Army has brought good to Springfield and surrounding communities in Missouri.

Teter’s Floral

Headquartered in Bolivar, Missouri, Teter’s Floral has built a reputation as a leader in the permanent floral and home décor industries by providing customers with the highest quality products and services. Founded as a family business in 1957 for the purpose of manufacturing and selling Memorial Day wreaths and sprays, the company has grown into a leading multi-national permanent botanical supplier importing, assembling, and distributing artificial floral products to wholesale and retail customers around the globe. Burrell Behavioral Health is grateful to Teter’s Floral for partnering with its Working Solutions project, a sheltered workshop for the developmentally disabled in Southwest Missouri, to provide contract employment to program participants.

Springfield Public Schools

Springfield Public Schools is Missouri’s largest fully accredited school district. It has built a reputation for academic excellence based on the outstanding performance of its students and schools. About 24,000 students attend 50 schools which offer an array of educational opportunities.

Versailles Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Clinic

A partnership where Burrell has co-located in the Katy Trail Federally Qualified Health Center to provide quality behavioral health services.