Members

Below is a list of SATUCI Youth Partners and the services they offer to the Marshalltown community. Representatives from these organizations and businesses work together to reduce substance abuse in the community. You can click on their website address for more information.

AEA267

Area Education Agency 267 supports educators, parents and the communities they serve to improve student learning. AEA 267 provides support in the areas of quality instructional materials, curriculum planning, best practices in teaching and learning, safe and caring learning environment, appropriate educational opportunities for all learners, technology planning, professional development, assessment, special education, leadership development and more.


Community Y of Marshalltown


First Baptist Church


Friends Against Alcohol and Drugs (FAAD)

Heart of Iowa Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers and Big Sisters is a one-on-one mentoring program for youth ages 6 - 18 years of age.  This program focuses on meeting youths' most basic developmental and social needs by providing a stable, positive and consistent role model for a child. We offer multiple program options for volunteers, including e-mentoring, school-based and community based. All volunteer must be 18 years of age or older, except for the school based program volunteers may be 16 years of age or older. The minimum commitment for a volunteer is one year. If you are interested in placing a child in the program or becoming a volunteer please contact us at 641-753-6370 or here.

Interface Sealing Solutions

Iowa Valley Education and Training Center
The Education and Training Center (ETC) is a part of the Iowa Valley Community College District.  ETC provides Adult Basic Education programming such as English Language Learning (ELL) and General Education Diploma (GED) instruction. ELL programming includes civic instruction, a Family Literacy component, and computer skills.  Contact Jennifer Wilson.

Juvenile Court Services


Marshall County Department of Human Services


Marshall County Home Care Plus


Marshall County Public Health


Marshalltown Community School District


Marshalltown Parks and Recreation


Marshalltown Parents


Marshalltown Police Department


Marshalltown Youth

Marshalltown Public Library
Marshalltown Public Library offers the opportunity to borrow books, magazines, audios, videos and DVDs free with a library card. The whole building offers wireless internet access, and there are many public access internet stations as well. Spanish and bilingual (English/Spanish) books and materials are also available. Other services include free programs and events for all ages, as well as large meeting rooms and smaller meeting and study rooms that can be used free of charge. Please call the library at 754-5738 for more information about programs and services or visit their website. For detailed information about programs, services and materials specific to youth of all ages and families, please contact Youth Services Director, Joa LaVille or at 754-5738.

Mid-Iowa Community Action

Mid-Iowa Community Action, Inc. (MICA) is a private, nonprofit organization serving children and families in central Iowa. Established in 1965 to serve children and families affected by the conditions of poverty, MICA's foundational programs include: Early Head Start, Head Start, Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Maternal and Child Health, Weatherization, Energy Assistance, and Family Development. MICA primarily serves families in Hardin, Marshall, Poweshiek, Story, and Tama counties. Our vision is that MICA, in collaboration with our community partners, leads efforts to strengthen families and communities. Together, we create communities where fewer people find themselves in poverty, and those who do have a path out.

Primary Health
Primary Health Care is a non-profit health center dedicated to serving the medically insured, uninsured and underinsured with their health care needs. They strive to find and treat medical conditions before they become serious enough for hospitalization or emergency treatment. Through case management and social work advocacy, they help their clients have greater access to community resources. Services include family practice, pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, internal medicine, immunizations, dental care, low cost prescription drugs, transportation assistance, interpreter services, homeless and housing advocacy, maternal/child home visitation and HIV services. 641-753-4021. Primary Health Care is located at 412 E. Church St., Marshalltown.

RM Consulting


St. Henry's Catholic Church


State Representative Mark Smith

Substance Abuse Treatment Unit of Central Iowa (SATUCI)
SATUCI has been offering treatment and prevention services in Marshall, Tama, Poweshiek, and Tama Counties since 1980. We are licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health to provide outpatient treatment including evaluations, individual and group services, DUI classes, and services for individuals who have both mental health and substance abuse disorders. Fees for counseling services are covered through Medicaid, most insurance providers, and a sliding fee scale is available for those clients who meet income guidelines. SATUCI also provides prevention and limited clinical services on-site at the Marshalltown School District.

Quakerdale


Youth and Shelter Services
Celebrating nearly 30 years of service to Marshalltown and surrounding areas, Youth & Shelter Services of Marshall County (YSSMC), has served over 1,000 individuals this past year in Marshall County. YSSMC continues to expand its services to include Tama, Jasper, Hardin, and Poweshiek counties. YSSMC offers the community a variety of services including homeless and transitional living housing, family development, Hispanic outreach and empowerment, in-home counseling, pregnancy prevention programming, the West Marshall Kids Club, school-based services, drug/alcohol prevention and education, as well as family team meeting facilitation. Contact: David Hicks, 641 752 2300.