Social Services Resources
24 Hour Crisis Line
641.683.3122 or 800.464.8340
Fairfield Ministerial Association
Christian clergy of the Fairfield, Iowa area associating to support each other and to serve our community.
Free dinner/gathering every 2nd Thursday.
Four Square Gospel Church
1700 South Main St.
“Come to Supper”
Free Hot Meals every Tuesday.
6:00 to 7:00 PM
First Lutheran Church
201 West Briggs
Contact: Pastor Greg Friedrich, 641.472.4184
Department of Human Services
Assistance for children & families, adults and seniors
Grants for Native Americans
Native american grants that could help low income individuals and families.
La Leche League
Helping to develop and deepen the close relationship between a mother and her child.
Raising Fairfield Parents Group
A page for parents to network and help each other.
Information on government grants, private organization grants, charities grants, and help from churches
The National Alliance for Caregiving partners with other caregiving associations and groups to provide additional resources to help family caregivers address and cope with the challenges of caring for a loved one.
Organization for ages 21 – 40 focused on cultivating community awareness and providing professional, social, volunteer networking opportunities to members. Monthly events.
Mental Health Services
The top mental health challenges facing students
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Fact sheets for mental health, related conditions and treatment & services.
Assisted Living Research Institute
Providing information to help with decisions that need to be made by seniors, caregivers, influencers, and leaders in the senior care industry.
Fairfield Community Center
Contact the Fairfield Senior Center regarding discounted meals, Bingo, card games and other events.
Milestones (for Iowa Seniors)
Milestones is the “go to place” for up-to-date, local aging and disability information. Get the knowledge and resources to help you, or the person you care about, stay independent and connected.
RSVP – Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
A United Way volunteer program for individuals aged 55 and older.
Substance Abuse Programs
Sieda Behavioral Health & Treatment Services offering Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction
A wealth of alcohol-related resources, support groups, and help lines for those struggling with alcoholism.
Dedicated to helping people overcome alcoholism and achieve long-term sobriety.
Locations, days and times
Veterans Affairs Commission
Assistance for veterans and their dependents
Connecting homeless and at-risk Veterans with housing solutions, health care, community employment services and other required support.
Jefferson County veterans resources
Many men and women who are serving or have served in the United States military struggle with addiction.
Scientifically validated technique to help heal the effects of military-related stress.