Special Needs Assistance

Child Health Specialty Clinics (CHSC) is a community-based public health agency that serves Iowa children and youth (from birth through 21 years of age) with special health care needs. CHSC partners with families, communities, service providers, policymakers and other state agencies including the Iowa Department of Human Services,┬áIowa Department of Public Health and Iowa Department of Education. CHSC administers Iowa’s Title V program for children with special health care needs including physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional issues.

515.955.8326

Physicians Office Building West, 804 Kenyon Rd, Ste L, Fort Dodge

Pre-K through 12 public education. Student Services providers assist students to be healthy academically, socially, emotionally and assist students in their career planning. Student Services providers include Student Services Director, Counselors, Bridges Case Management, Mental Health Therapist on staff, At-Risk Counselors and Coordinators, Nurses, Alternative School Staff and Drop Out Prevention Coordinator.

515.574.5678 (Student Services) or 515.574.5772 (At-Risk Counselor/Coordinator)

819 N 25th St, Fort Dodge

LifeWorks Community Services provides residential and vocational services to adults and children with intellectual disabilities and/or mental illness.

515.576.2126 (Vocational Business Office) or 515.955.6579 (Residential)

1303 A St, Fort Dodge