Community Services

At Jordan Valley, we understand that leading a healthy life isn’t just about your physical health. Our team helps connect you to local resources for housing, food, clothing and other needs, removing barriers to a whole and happy life. Meet with a Jordan Valley team member at any of our clinics to get started. You do not have to be a Jordan Valley patient to receive these services.

Resources & Assistance

Employment Placement

Our specialists help you find and apply for jobs. We’ll talk to you about your interests and help make arrangements with potential employers.

Food Insecurity

If you are unable to purchase healthy food each week, you don’t have to go to bed hungry or skip meals. Get connected to resources that help you feed your family.

Housing Needs

Everyone deserves a safe and affordable place to live. Let Jordan Valley know if you need help finding housing or are at risk of losing your current housing. We have on-site specialists that can help.

Legal Assistance

Jordan Valley connects patients to legal services. Get help applying for disability benefits or avoiding eviction. Our on-site specialists can be your legal advocates for special education services, child custody and domestic violence situations.

Medicaid Applications

Medicaid is free or low-cost health coverage. People who cannot pay for medical care may apply for Medicaid. We help with your Medicaid application and guide you through the process. See if you qualify.


Need help getting to Jordan Valley? We help connect you with transportation services.

WIC Program

Pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers and women with toddlers can get nutritious food and healthcare through the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program. This free federal program helps moms and their families get fruits, vegetables, diary foods and infant formula.

The local WIC Program is through the Springfield-Greene County Health Department. Contact WIC at (417) 864-1540.

Medication Assistance

Jordan Valley can help you cover some or all of the cost of medications.

Community Medication Access Program (CMAP)

CMAP pays for some medications. Jordan Valley patients must be uninsured and 18 years of age or older. You must also meet CMAP income guidelines.


Jordan Valley patients can get discounts at local pharmacies. The medication must be prescribed by a Jordan Valley provider.

Rx Outreach

Rx Outreach is a mail order pharmacy that offers affordable rates. You pay online, by phone or by mail.

Good Rx

Use Good Rx to find lower prices for your medications. Visit to look up your medications and find coupons.

How to Access Our Resources

There are several ways you can receive community services. Once you connect with Jordan Valley, we will direct you to the office or department you need. You do not have to be an established patient to receive any of our community services.

You can access our community resources the following ways: