Steps to Maintain Stability

Worried about paying bills?

While some utilities and programs have paused disconnection, it is important to continue to pay what you can toward your rent/mortgage. Resources through nonprofits organizations to help pay bills are very limited. Consider the following steps.

    • If you are a renter, contact your landlord is you will have trouble paying rent by the due date. Ask for an extension or payment arrangement (partial payments, weekly installments, etc.

    • If you are a homeowner, contact your lender if you will have trouble paying your mortgage and discuss your options.

    • Contact your other lenders to inquire about payments that can be delayed without penalty. These may include student loans, car payments, etc. Contact your lender for to discuss your options.

    • Access other resources to help meet needs - food pantries, SNAP benefits (if eligible), etc. so that your money can be used for rent and utilities.

    • Utilize your stimulus payment and unemployment benefits to continue making payments towards your utilities, rent/mortgage.

 

Worried about your finances?

FDIC's Money Smart Program offers financial education and tools for teens and adults. Check out the program here.

Worried about health insurance?

If your health insurance has been impacted, consider the following steps:

    • Are you eligible for COBRA through your employer?

    • Can you be added to your spouse's plan?

    • Visit healthcare.gov/coronavirus to see what is available to you.

    • Still have questions about health insurance? Visit LocalHelp to find a local agent, broker, or assister.

If you need medical attention, please contact the Randolph County Health Department at 660-263-6643.

Looking for work?

Visit the Missouri Jobs Center or call 1-888-728-5627.

Wondering about the Stimulus Impact Payment (Stimulus Check)?

If you have questions about if you qualify for or how to receive your stimulus check (if you have not already), visit the IRS website.

Do you qualify for benefits from the state?

Unemployment or 1-800-320-2519

SNAP (Food Stamps) or 1-855-373-4636

Other needs or more questions?

Contact 2-1-1 at 211helps.org or by dialing 211 on any landline or cell phone. Are difficulties getting through? The direct number is 1-800-427-4626. 211 is open 24/7.

Feeding Programs

Westran Students

Provided by: Westran School District 
Westran will be serving lunches starting today for all students pre-k thru 12th grade. Just call the elementary school at 660-277-3666 before 10 a.m. They will be issuing a breakfast sack at the same time.

Higbee Students

Provided by: Higbee School District 

Meals are available for pick up on Tuesdays between 11 and noon. Message the school through Facebook to request meals

Northeast R-IV Students

Contact the school at 660-263-2788 for information about lunches.

 

Renick Students

Contact the school at 660-263-4886 for information about lunches.

At Home Resources

Little Dixie Regional Libraries

The library system has a huge collection of materials available for download. You can start at: LDRL.org/hoopla. While the library is closed to in-person visits, staff are available by phone. They can assist you with any questions about downloadables.

Tutoring

 While area teachers are outstanding, if you or your kiddo need extra help, send me a message. There are a slew of great online resources I can point you to. And if you really just need a person to talk with or a tutor, we can connect you to local folks who are willing to help.

Our office can be reached at 660-263-6588. You can always send us a message as well.

Projects

We are providing kits to our most vulnerable community members. Kits include disinfectant wipes, lotion, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and other items. To donate please click the link to the right.

Help us be prepared for the next phase by registering to volunteer.

Moberly Students

Opaa! along with Moberly School District, Randolph County Caring Community Partnership, and Randolph County Ministerial Alliance are offering meals 3 times a week. 

Grab & Go meal pickup days will be on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Grab & Go Meals are available to anyone 18 years or younger at no charge. 

Curbside pick-up from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at North Park, South Park, and Moberly High School.

Monday: Six Grab & Go Meals, will include Monday Lunch and Dinner, Tuesday Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Wednesday breakfast.

Wednesday: Six Grab and Go meals for Wednesday lunch through Friday breakfast

Friday: Seven Grab & Go Meals for Friday lunch and dinner through Monday breakfast.

Non-Moberly Students

These meals are provided by Randolph County Caring Community Partnership and the Randolph County Ministerial Alliance. These can be picked up on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Lunch meals are available at the following locations from 11 to noon. ​​

  • National Guard Armory, 310 E. McKinsey

  • Immanuel Baptist, 1201 Buchanan St.

  • Carpenter St. Baptist Church, 501 E. Carpenter St.

  • Moberly Area Community College, 101 N. College Ave.

  • Project Jump Start, 17 Kehoe St.

  • Hilltop Apartments, 302 N. College Ave.

  • Trinity Methodist Church, 101 S. 4th St.

  • Coates Street Presbyterian, 500 W. Coates.

Food Banks

Christos Center

111 N. 5th St. Moberly 660-263-0278

Dream Center

1614 US E Highway 24, Moberly, 660-263-0488
 

Timberlake Christian Church

1642 Gratz Brown, Moberly, 660-263-4168

Masks

We have a variety of volunteers making fabric masks for our community. If you would like to join our efforts instructions from the CDC can be found here

If you need a mask, you can make a request here.

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Call us:

660-263-6588

Find us: 

501 W. Rollins St., PO Box 576 Moberly, MO 65270