This listing of resources is provided under the leadership of All-in at CIRCLE. Working Together Jackson, an organization focused on community collaboration and problem-solving, also provides a list of resources.
Adult Special Care-UMMC Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm Address: 350 W. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Jackson MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 984-1000 or (601) 984-5560
AIDS Healthcare Foundation Hours: M-F, 8am-5pm Address: 766 Lakeland Drive Ste #A, Jackson, MS 39216 Telephone: (601) 368-3440 PAYMENT METHODS: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, AmEx, Cash, Ryan White
5 Points Clinic / Jackson Medical Mall Hours: M-F, 8-5 –Wed,8-12 Address: 350 Woodrow Wilson Drive, Suite 3516, Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 432-3237Services: STD Screening, HIV Testing
Division of Medicaid Address: Address: 5360 I-55 North, Jackson, MS 39201Telephone: (601) 359-6050 | Jackson Regional Medicaid Office - Telephone: (601) 978-2399
Express Personal Health Address: 350 W. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Suite 3440, Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 984-2710
G.A Carmichael Family Health Center Hours M, T, Th 8-5, W8-7, F8-2 Address: 1668 W Peace St., Canton, MS Telephone: (601) 859-5213
Health Department/Jackson Medical Mall Address: 350 Woodrow Wilson Drive, Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 364-2666 Hours: 8 – 5/ M – F Services: WIC, Shots, Family Planning, Maternity
Hinds Comprehensive Health Clinic Hours: M, 8-8, T-F-8-5 Address: 3502 West Northside Dr., Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 362-5321 Services: Adult & pediatric medicine, dental care, eye care, social services, health education, Pharmacy, transportation.
Hospice Ministries Address: 450 Towne Center Blvd., Ridgeland, MS 39157 Telephone (800) 273-7724 or (601) 898-1053 Services: Palliative care, End-of-life counseling
Jackson Free Clinic Hours: 11 – 5 Saturdays Only Address: 925 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 355-5161
Jackson State University Student Health Center Hours: M-F, 8-5 Address: 1400 John R. Lynch St., PO Box 17097, Jackson, MS 39217 Telephone: (601) 979-2260
James Ivory Homeless Clinic of Jackson-Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. / M – F Address: 327 South Gallatin Street, Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 914-1789 Services: Basic healthcare for the homeless
Mission First Hours: M-F, 8-4:30 Address: 275 Roseneath St., Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 608-0050 Services: Medical and Dental Wellness Program, Children and youth ministries. Sliding scale fee based on income or proof of no income. Does not accept Medicaid or Medicare only those who are uninsured.
Open Arms Healthcare Center Hours: M-W 8-5 Th 8-8, F, 8-1 Address: 805 E River Pl, Jackson, MS 39202 Telephone: (601) 500-7660 Services: Primary Care, Sexual Health, HIV/AIDS testing and referrals, Mental Health
St. Dominic Health Clinic (Inside Stewpot) Hours: M-T 8:30- 2:00 Address: 1100 West Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 944-0091 Services: Healthcare to homeless and low-income
TEAM Clinic by UMMC Hours: Every 1st Fri 1-5 Address: 350 W. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 984-1000 Services: TEAM Clinic is a clinic dedicated solely to LGBT care.
TEEN Clinc by UMMC Hours: T, 1– 4 pm Th, 9 – 11 am Address: 421 S. Stadium Drive, Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 984-5206 Services: TEEN Clinic is a Quick, confidential STI testing, education, and treatment for 13 – 19 year olds.
UMMC Coordinated Care Telephone: (601) 815-2800 or (601) 815-1516 Services: Fills prescriptions from UMCApply online for meds at www.needymeds.com
V.A. Health Care Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. F Address: V.A. Medical Center, 1500 East Woodrow Wilson, Jackson, MS 39216 Telephone: (601) 368-4094, (601) 362-4471 Services: Daytime outreach and case management.
The Bridge Drop-In Center Hours: M-F 8:-3pm Address: 628 West Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 398-0066 Services: Hinds Behavioral Health Services’ peer-run drop-in center provides a wide variety of services to help homeless individuals with serious mental illness gain access to housing, treatment, and recovery support. Peers help individuals build social skills, self-confidence, self-advocacy, and support systems. The drop-in center also provides access to basic needs such as food, showers, toiletries, clothes, laundry, telephones, and mail. Individuals may voluntarily drop-in and participate in activities or use any of the center’s services. Adults (18+) experiencing homelessness or chronic homelessness who have a serious mental illness, substance use disorder, serious emotional disturbance, or a co-occurring disorder.
Hinds Behavioral Health Services Hours: 8-4:30/M – F Address: 3450 Highway 80 West, Jackson, MS 39209 Telephone: (601) 321-2400 Services: Mental health services for Hinds county residents.
Program of Assertive Community Treatment (Pact)- A Program of Hinds Behavioral Health Services Hours: Mon-Fri: 8am-4:30pm Address: 4715 Methodist Home Rd, Cottage 1, Jackson, MS 39213 Telephone: (601) 586-3873 Services: PACT teams are mobile, providing convenient and consistent care to individuals in a community-based or home setting at least three times per week. Adults living in Hinds, Rankin, or Madison county, severe and persistent mental illness, multiple psychiatric hospitalizations or emergency psychiatric services in the same year, significant functional impairments, such as difficulty with practical daily living tasks, vocational impairment, and housing instability.
NFusion Metro Hours: M-F 10:00am–6:00pm - Summer M–F 8:00am–4:30pm Address: 3246 Highway 80 West Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (769) 233-7429 Services: NFusion Metro is a youth program that provides mental health resources to youth and their families in a stigma-free teen environment. The program helps individuals between the ages of 0-26 transition into adulthood through activities, groups, counseling, and peer support.
Mental Health Association of The Capital Area Hours: 8 - 5/ M – F Address: 407 Briarwood Drive, Suite 208, Jackson, MS 39206 Telephone: (601) 956-2800 Services: Psychotropic medication assistance once a year. Must be referred.
MS Families As Allies For Children’s Mental Health Address: 840 E. River Place, Suite 500 Jackson, MS 39202 Telephone: (601) 355-0915 Services: Child advocacy, family support services, mentoring, parent education classes
MS State Hospital Address: 3550 MS-468, Pearl, MS 39208 Telephone: (601) 351-8000 Services: In patient treatment, case management
Stubbs Homeless Program Hours: 8 - 4:30/ M – F Address: 350 Capers Avenue Jackson, MS 39203 Telephone: (601) 351-8504 Services: Offers expansive case-management and outreach services to homeless or potentially homeless individuals who are seriously mentally ill.The program also has a laundry and shower facility. Psychiatric evaluation and monitoring are available to individuals served by the program.
Association for Citizens with Disabilities of MS (ARC of MS)Hours: M-F 8-4:30Address: 704 N President St, Jackson, MS 39202Phone: 601-355-0220Services: Advocate for developmentally impaired individuals, specializing in education for school age children
Goodwill IndustriesAddress: 104 E State Street, Ridgeland, MS 39157Telephone: (601) 853-8110Services: Rehab services for disabled persons, work education, employment training, assistance
MS Department of RehabilitationAddress: 1281 Highway 51 North, Madison, MS 39110Phone: (601) 853-5223 or (800) 443-1000Services: Assisting people with disabilities in gaining & retaining employment and independent living
Americans With Disabilities ActsPhone: (800) 514-0301https://www.ada.govServices: Information and technical assistance about the American with Disabilities Act
Harbor House Chemical Dependency ServicesHours: M-F 8am-4:30Address: 5354 I-55 S. Frontage Road East, Jackson, MS - 39203Telephone: (601) 371-7335
Friendship Connection/Center for Independent Learning, Inc.Hours: 24 hoursBusiness hours: M-F, 8-5Address: 1480 Raymond Road, Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: 601) 373-1533Services: Secondary treatment for female/pregnant ex-offenders. Parenting, GED, art class, individual and family group counseling, life skills, coping skills, and aftercare services. Primary treatment.Length of Stay: 30-45 days for primary; 60-75 for secondary ID Required: yes
My Father’s House of FreedomHours: Office 8:30 - 6:30/M – FAddress: 826 North West Street, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 354-0950 Services: Transitional recovery program for males 18 years and older who have completed primary treatment. Will work with males who have addictions other than drugs or alcohol.Length of Stay: Minimum of 6 months.ID Required: Driver’s license or other State ID.
Alta Woods United Methodist ChurchAddress: 109 Alta Woods Blvd, Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601) 372-6016Services: Serves people living in 39214/39212 on Thursdays from 10-12 & 1-2:30. Must have photo ID and a bill with name on it. One per household, not person.
Berean Seventh-day Adventist ChurchAddress: 1150 W Woodrow Wilson Ave, Jackson, MS 39213Telephone: (601) 353-2750
Central United Methodist ChurchAddress: 500 N Farish St, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 355-7858Service: Income based; ID required; Jackson MS A only
Clinton Community Christian Corp (4Cs)Address: 2001 West Northside Drive Clinton, MS 39056Telephone: (601) 924-9436Service: Only for Clinton residents
College Hill Baptist Church Food PantryAddress: 1600 Florence Avenue
Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601) 355-2670
Cornerstone ChurchAddress: 1950 Us-80, Pearl, MS 39208Telephone: (601) 420-4840Service: Photo ID required and proof of residence. Open to all counties
Crossroads of Life ChurchAddress: 6775 S Siwell Rd, Jackson, MS 39272Telephone: (601) 373-6230
Deliver Me Senior Support ServicesAddress: 1405 S Gallatin St, Jackson, MS 39201Telephone: (601) 354-4646
Emmanuel Missionary Baptist ChurchAddress: 1109 Cooper Rd, Jackson, MS 39212Telephone: (601) 371-8855
Epiphany Lutheran ChurchAddress: 1230 Isaiah Montgomery St, Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 353-0504
EversCare-Myrlie Evers-Williams InstituteAddress: 350 W Woodrow Wilson Ave, Jackson, MS 39213Telephone: (601) 815-3535
First Church of DeliveranceAddress: 3555 Raymond Bolton Rd, Raymond, MS 39154Telephone: (601) 857-8351Service: Serves individuals in Raymond, Utica, Edwards, Bolton, Jackson, on the first Mondays and Thursdays and second Thursdays of the month. From 5-6:30pm. Must have ID
Gateway Rescue MissionAddress: 328 S. Gallatin Street, Jackson, MS 39207Telephone: (601) 353-5864Service: Feed the public from 12pm-12:30 pm every day
Good Samaritan CenterHours: MWTF 812-4Address: 114 Millsaps Ave, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 355-6276Service: Food pantry for people trying to get SNAP benefits or emergency. Social worker must write reference letter, ID and social letter is preferred, social for children is required. Clothing closet for all (men, women and children)
Grace HouseAddress: 2219 N Lamar St, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 353-10381Service: Food Pantry for individuals living with HIV
Greater Mount Calvary Baptist ChurchHours: M-F, 9-1Address: 1400 Robinson St, Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 352-8585
Iona HouseAddress: 315 Claiborne Ave, Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 853-0205Open Friday at noon, is a food pantry and does a prequalifying assessment
Jackson Revival Center Food OutreachHours: 9:30-12pmAddress: 1616 Robinson Road Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 948-3618
Lighthouse Ministries/Turning Point Mission CenterAddress: 1814 Shady Ln Dr Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601-)372-1080 Service: Once on a week on Wednesday 11:30-1:30/2. Food donation
New Dimensions Development FoundationHours: 9:30-2Address:111 West Monument Street
Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 969-9856
Open Arms Healthcare CenterAddress: 805 E River Pl Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 500-7660
Parkview Church of ChristAddress: 5200 Clinton Boulevard
Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 922-9800
Pinelake Baptist ChurchAddress: 6071 Highway 25 Brandon, MS 39047Telephone: (601) 829-4500 and Clinton: (601) 919-4134
Planting Seeds Church of DeliveranceAddress: 5360 Executive Pl Jackson, MS 39206Telephone: (601) 366-7484Service: Based on income, serves on Wednesday 11-1, must have ID, proof residence and income
Senior Services- City of JacksonAddress: 1000 Metrocenter Drive Suite 101 Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 960-0335Services: Serves hot meals to seniors 60+; must be home bound.
Smith Robertson Senior CenterAddress: 505 John Hart St Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 960-2167Services: provides transportation to 60+, community center for all, provides hot meals daily, must have ID
Southside Assembly of GodAddress: 665 Raymond Rd Jackson, MS - 39204Telephone: (601) 373-4811
Southside Baptist Church Food PantryAddress: 800 Raymond Rd Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601)-372-9161
South Jackson Seventh Day AdventistAddress: 5125 Robinson Rd Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601) 373-7600
Springridge United Methodist ChurchAddress: 1083 Davis Rd, Terry, MS 39170Telephone: (601) 372-7058
StewpotAddress: 1100 W. Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 353-2759Services: Food pantry, meals on wheels and daily hot meal served.
St Therese Catholic ChurchAddress: 309 W McDowell Rd Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601) 372-4481Service: They give referrals to Iona’s House to residents of zips 39212 and 39204 on Wednesday from 10-12pm, must have an appointment to be served.
We Will Go MinistriesAddress: 806 N Farish St Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 398-2410Services: They serve hot meal each Sunday and the food pantry is open every day.
Word of Truth Kingdom Church-Touch OneAddress: 4491 W Northside Dr. Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 923-3325Service: Food pantry based on the individual need, must present ID, open T,W, Th(1st week of the month) 10am-1pm. Food pantry is across the street from the church in the beige house from the church( Luke Oasis--4451 W North Side Drive) Once a month. No appointment necessary, staff is there during those hours.
Early Intervention Program – Infant/ToddlersAddress: 570 East Woodrow Wilson Jackson, MS 39215Telephone: (601) 576-7427 or First Steps: (800) 451-3903Services: Children with Physical, Speech and/or Hearing Problems, Physical Therapy
Head Start – Friends of Children in MSAddress: 939 N President St Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: 601-321-0960Services: Preschool Program for 3- and 4-year olds. Physical and Dental screening for non-Medicaid enrollees.
Jackson Public School DistrictAddress: PO Box 2338 Jackson, MS 39225-2338Telephone: (601) 960-8700
Mississippi Department of Human Services – Hinds County OfficeHours: 8– 5/M-FAddress: 4777 Medgar Evers Blvd. Jackson, MS 39213General Inquires: (601) 359-4500Economic Assistance - SNAP Food Stamps: (601) 362-9892Medical Assistance: (601) 362-9892TANF Case Management: (601) 362-9892Child Care: (601) 362-9892Child Support: (601) 432-1200Social Services: (601) 362-9892Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting: (601) 362-1414Midtown Office: Address: 152 Millsaps Avenue Jackson, MS Telephone: (601) 355-5536
Birth Certificates/Vital StatisticsHours: 8– 5/M – FAddress: 222 Marketridge Dr, Ridgeland, MS 39157Telephone: (601) 206-8200
Catholic CharitiesAddress: 850 E River Ste 300, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 355-8634Services: Adoption & Maternity, Alcohol & Drugs, Children’s Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Family Ministry, Health Ministry, Immigration, Rape Crisis, Refugees
WIC Hinds County AgencyAddress: 350 West Woodrow Wilson Boulevard, Suite 121 Jackson, MS – 39213Telephone: (601) 961-4719Services: Provides milk (milk products & formula) for expectant and nursing mothers, babies, and children up 5 years of age.
The Center for Violence PreventionAddress: PO BOX 6279 Pearl, MS 39288Telephone: (800) 266-4198Human Traffic Only: (601) 360-8701Services: Provides shelter & supportive services for domestic violence victims, sexual assault; 30 days for women and children
Contact: The Crisis LineAddress: ConfidentialTelephone: Crisis Line (601) 713-4357Services: 24-hour telephone counseling, emergency intervention, information and referral.
Haven House Family ShelterAddress: PO BOX 57 Vicksburg, MS 39181Telephone: (601) 638-0555Services: Provides shelter & supportive services for domestic violence victims. Shelter is for women but will find shelter for men if needed. Have to be in a domestic violence situation not just homeless.
Jackson Public School District Homeless ProgramHours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. / M – FAddress: 101 Near Street Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 960-8885Services: Assists homeless families and children with school supplies, tutorial services to children, assist with securing birth certificates, referral services.
Billy Brumfield House (Stewpot Community Services)Address: 1244 South Gallatin Street, Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 948-2864Hours: 5:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.Services: Emergency shelter for males 18 and over; alcohol and drug rehabilitation;Length of Stay: 4 nights per week for emergency shelter (starts over each Sunday-Saturday); minimum of month’s stay for rehab andID Required: Picture ID, Social Security Card, TB card
Gateway Rescue MissionAddress: 328 South Gallatin Street Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 353-5864 / Shelter: (601) 944-0409Hours: Business: 8:00– 5:00Services: Emergency shelter for adult males. Christian-based. New Life A & D Program; mental health counseling; day services. Shelter: 24 Hours w/8:30 pm curfew.Length of Stay: 3 nights a weekID Required: Picture ID if possible, TB card
Matt’s House (Stewpot Community Services)Hours: 2 p.m. - 8 a.m., 7 days per week.Address: 355 Livingston Street Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 948-2873 Services: Emergency shelter for homeless women with childrenLength of Stay: up to 14 nightsID Required: No ID required
The Salvation Army, Center of HopeAddress: 110 Presto Lane, Jackson, MS 39206Telephone: (601)982-4881 Hours: Social services 8:30 a.m.-4:30 - Shelter: 4 p.m. - 7:30 a.m.Length of Stay: 1 to 10 days per month for emergency shelter.Services: Emergency shelter for homeless males and females age 19 and older. After 10 days it is cases by cases and individuals qualify for transitional housing. It’s a $150 sign up and weekly rent cost of $75. They assist with electricity bill if someone receives SSi and they have a food pantry( can only come every 90 days). Holiday program for seniors and children 12 and under-sign up starts in October.ID Required: Valid picture ID.
Shelter for Battered Families, Catholic CharitiesAddress: 200 N. Congress Street, Suite 100 Jackson, MS 39201Telephone: Crisis Line: (601) 366-0222 or (800) 273-9012Hours: 24 hoursServices: Shelter for women (18 & older) and children who are victims of domestic violence. Services include: shelter, supportive counseling, nutrition and wellness, case management, legal assistance, court advocacy, day care, and follow-up services. Length of Stay: 30-45 daysID Required: None
God’s Homeless HavenAddress: New Jerusalem Church, Raymond, RdTelephone: (601) 720-5078 Services: Transitional housing for women and women with children.Length of Stay: Determined on an individual basis
Grace HouseAddress: 236 Millsaps Avenue Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 353-1038Services: Transitional housing, food pantry, case management, job readiness, educational programs, help with access to I.D. and permanent housing placement. Specific medical criteria and referral needed.Length of stay:12 months or as determined by counselor; maximum 2 year stayID Required: None.
New Dimensions Development Foundation / Lizzie’s HouseHours: Office-8 a.m. - 4 p.m. M – FAddress: 111 West Monument Street Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 672-1865Services: Provide transitional living for women 19 and older, clothing, food, job assistance.Length of Stay: 30 days up to 12 months.ID Required: Driver’s License or other state ID.
The Salvation Army, Center of HopeAddress: 110 Presto Lane Jackson, MS 39206Telephone: (601) 982-4881Hours: Social services 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Services: Transitional and other programs for homeless men and women 19yrs and older.Length of Stay: 90 daysEnrollment fee: $150Cost: $75 per week.ID Required: Valid ID
Second Stage Transitional Housing Program, Catholic Charities, Inc.Address: ConfidentialTelephone: (601) 366-0750Services: Transitional living for women and children fleeing domestic violence or homeless situation, case management, child care, supportive and group counseling.Length of Stay: 6 month -1 year
Ruth’s Refuge (Gateway Rescue Mission)Address: 328 S Gallatin St Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 353-5864Services: Shelter and transitional housing for single homeless women over the age of 21. Provide life skills classes, bible study and discipleship, transportation and referral services. Church attendance is mandatory.Length of Stay: 7 days up to six months.I.D. Required: Driver’s License or other State I.D. Birth Certificate, Social Security Card
Southern Christian Services for Children and Youth, P.A.L.S. Transitional Living FacilityAddress: 860 E River Place Suite 104 Jackson, MS 39206Telephone: (601) 354-0983Services: Adolescents ages 16-21 who are homeless. Independent living skills, money management, education, employment, counseling.Length of stay: Up to 2 yearsID Required: State ID, SS card, birth certificate
Wingard HouseAddress: 1279 N. West Street Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 906-1976Hours: 8 – 5 M – FServices: Housing, Chapel Ministries, referral. Clients must be able to work. Everything is offered by availability only.Length of stay: Up to 1 year ; Valid ID required
Grace Place (Galloway United Methodist Church)Hours: 8:00--10:30 every day but TuesdayAddress: 305 N. Congress Street Jackson, MS 39201Telephone: (601) 353-9691Services: M,W,T,F-a meal, Thursday-Clothes and a hygiene kit-Contact person --Sharon Davis. Grace Place is on the corner of Mississippi and Congress in the Foundry building
Opportunity Center (Stewpot Community Services)Hours: 6 a.m. - 4 p.m. – 6 days a week, closed on Sunday.Address: 845 East Amite Street Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 949-3540Services: Shower, phone, mail, laundry, computer service providers, lockers, case management
AARP MS State OfficeAddress: 4950 I-55, Jackson, MS 39211Phone: 1 (877) 543-7669Services: Coordination of resources and services that benefit individuals age 50 and over
Alzheimer’s AssociationAddress: 207 W Jackson St #1 Ridgeland, MS 39157Phone: (769) 230-0611Services: Education & information, support groups, helpline counseling, training
Mississippi Access to Care(Resource for Jackson MSA clients)Address: 152 Watford Pkwy Dr. Suite B Canton, MS 39046Services: Mississippi offers many options for long term services and supports for aging individuals as well as those with disabilities. These options allow individuals the freedom to remain in the community and still receive the necessary carehttps://www.mississippiaccesstocare.org
Senior Services (City of Jackson)Address: 350 W. Woodrow Wilson, Suite 311-B Jackson, MS 39213-7677Telephone: (601) 960-2166Services: Direct and indirect services for senior citizens aimed at improving quality of life
Smith Robertson Senior CenterAddress: 505 John Hart St Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 960-2167Services: provides transportation to 60+, community center for all, provides hot meals daily, must have id
Central MS Area Agency on AgingAddress: 1170 Lakeland Drive Jackson, MS 39296Telephone: (601) 981-1511 or 1-800-948-3090Services: Meals, transportation, referrals, information on long term care
American Civil Liberties Union - MississippiAddress: P. O. Box 2242, Jackson, MS 39225Telephone: (601) 354-3408www.msaclu.orgServices: Assistance with issues such as freedom of speech, prison and jail accountability, discrimination due to mental disability, mental health commitment practices, adequacy of mental health services, etc.
Disability Rights Mississippi (DRMS)Address: 5 Old River Place, Suite 101 Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 968-0600Services: Disability Rights Mississippi (DRMS) is a private, non-profit corporation with a federal mandate to protect and advocate for the rights of individuals with disabilities across the State of Mississippi
Legal Assistance Clinic for Victims, Catholic CharitiesAddress: 407 Briarwood Drive, Suite 205A, Jackson, MS 39206Telephone: (601) 355-8634Services: Legal assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.
Legal Line of the MS Bar Association and the MS Volunteer Lawyers ProjectHours: 8-5/M-FAddress: 643 North State Street, Jackson, MS 39235 Telephone: (601) 960-9577Telephone: Statewide Toll-Free 1 (800) 682-0047Services: Legal representation for low income families with civil cases onlyHours: Mon. – Fri., 12 noon - 2 p.m.
Mission First Legal ClinicAddress: 275 Roseneath St Jackson, MS 39203Telephone: (601) 608-0056Services: Provide legal service and spiritual counsel to under-served residents of Jackson
Mississippi Center for Legal ServicesStatewide Toll-Free Telephone: 1 (877) 664-0242Services: Fair Housing Services (discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, mental or physical disability, or presence of children in household)Telephone: (601) 948-6752 - Hinds, Madison, Rankin, Simpson, Copiah (228) 575-8771 – Coast, Toll-Free Phone: (1-800) 959-6752 Services: Legal assistance with parents’ rights, disability rights, landlord-tenant problems, other non-criminal matters
Central Mississippi Planning and Development DistrictContact: Mary Powers-DirectorEmail: email@example.comTelephone: 601-981-1511Website: http://www.cmpdd.org/workforce/Services: Workforce investment activities help improve the skills and abilities of workers, support the labor needs of local businesses and contribute to the economic growth of area communities
Goodwill Industries of MississippiAddress:104 E. State St. Ridgeland, MS 39157Telephone: (601) 853-8110Services: Goodwill Industries offers a number of opportunities to help people with disabilities or other barriers not only find a job but also progress in the workforce as valuable and productive employees. It provides:• Vocational training• Financial literacy• GED Classes• Scholarship programs• Counseling and training assessment• Vocational rehabilitation• Job evaluation• AA meetings• Life skills training
Hinds Community College: Technical Center and Allied Health CenterJackson Campus - Academic/Technical CenterAddress: 3925 Sunset Drive Jackson, MS 39213-5899Telephone: (601) 366-1405Services: known for state-of-the-art technical training. Culinary arts, business and office technology, environmental technology and drafting and design are among the technical programs that can help individuals get the skills they need for the career world
Jackson Campus - Nursing/Allied Health CenterAddress: 1750 Chadwick Drive Jackson, MS 39204-3490Telephone: (601) 376-4800Services: This campus provides accessible, affordable, quality education with an emphasis on health care careers. The Center’s mission is to prepare individuals to become competent, caring, health care providers*Additional campuses in Raymond, Pearl, Utica and Vicksburg
Jackson State UniversityAddress: 1400 John R. Lynch Street Jackson, MS 39217Telephone: 601-979-2121
Jackson WIN Job Center of the Mississippi Department of Employment SecurityHours: 8 – 5/ M,T,W,Th,FAddress: 5959 I-55 N. Frontage Road, Suite C, Jackson, MS 39213Telephone: (601) 321-7931Services: Job search and placement assistance, internet access for job searches and resume posting, resume preparation software, fax, copier; phones; information on unemployment benefits, assistance for laid-off workers, Trade Adjustment Assistance benefits, child care, transportation, referral to job training; services for veterans.ID Required: For verification purposes.
Mississippi Department of Employment Security Online SystemMississippi Department of Employment Securitywww.mdes.ms.gov/information-center/about-mdes/online-services
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation ServicesHours: 7:30 -5/ M-FAddress: 3895 Beasley Road Jackson, MS 39213Hinds County OVR and Ability Works Offices Telephone Numbers: OVR: (601) 898-7038; Ability Work: (601) 898-7076Services: Assist persons with physical or mental disability to maintain/obtain employmentID Required: MS Driver’s License or Insurance card
Jobs for JacksoniansAddress: 200 South President Street, Suite 223Jackson, MS 39201Telephone: (601) 960-1638Services: The Jobs for Jacksonians program provides employment assistance and a single point of access to services that can help individuals successfully enter or re-enter the workforce.
Mississippi Job Corps CenterAddress: 400 Harmony Road, Crystal Springs, MS 39059-2633Telephone: (601) 892-3348Services: Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.
MS Department of Rehabilitation ServicesAddress: 1281 Highway 51, Madison, MS 39110Telephone: 1(800) 443-1000Services: job training, rehabilitation
Career Development CenterAddress: 2703 First Avenue, Jackson, MS 39209Telephone: (601) 960-5322Services: job training
MS Department of EmploymentAddress: 1235 Echelon Pkwy, Jackson, MS 39213Telephone: (601) 292-1599Services: job training and placement for ages 16-24
Tougaloo CollegeAddress: 500 West County Line Road Tougaloo, MS 39174Telephone: (601) 977-7700
ACT Center – A Comprehensive Tobacco ProgramHours: 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday – FridayAddress: Jackson Medical Mall 350 Woodrow Wilson, Suite 310, Jackson, MS 39213Telephone: (601) 815-1180Services: Intervention program including counseling methods and medications with follow-up services. Education, training for healthcare professionals and research.
JATRANAddress: 1785 US 80 Jackson, MS 39204Telephone: (601) 948-7140 or 1-888-568-8437Services: Transportation
Justice Court SystemClerk and General Information: (601) 359-3694Hours: 9 – 4/M – FServices: Process social security cards; process claims for SSI, SSD, SSDI, retirement and survivors’ benefits.
Libraries – Jackson/Hinds SystemLibrary System – Information: (601) 968-5825
MS Department of Public SafetyHours: 8– 5/M –FAddress: 1900 East Woodrow Wilson Jackson, MS 39205Telephone: (601) 987-1212Services: State driver’s license and ID cards, commercial driver’s license, motor vehicle inspections, suspended driver’s license, accident reports.
Mississippi Partners for Informed Choice (M-PIC)Address: 2550 Peachtree Street Jackson, MS 39296Telephone:1-800-443-1000(M-PIC)1-866-968-7842 (Ticket to Work)Services: The purpose of M-PIC/WIPA is to enable all SSA beneficiaries with disabilities (including transition-to-work age youth) to make informed choices about work.Contact M-PIC:• If you are receiving disability benefits and are participating in programs or services leading to work• For information about Social Security Work Incentives• If you need a group presentation about Social Security Work Incentives• If you have questions about the Ticket to Work program.
Social Security AdministrationAddress: 100 West Capitol Street Jackson, MS 39269Telephone: Toll Free 1-800-772-1213
United Way of the Capital AreaAddress: 843 N President St, Jackson, MS 39202Telephone: (601) 948-4725Hours: M - F /7 a.m. -7 p.m., Sat & Sun 8 –4 p.m., 24 hrs (during disaster)Services: Referral to community services and agencies.
Catholic Charities Resource Listhttp://www.sitemason.com/files/g6b1jG/Catholic%20Charities%20Central%20Mississippi%20Resource%20Directory.pdf