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Agency - Iowa Department Of Human Services - Mahaska County


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Iowa Department Of Human Services - Mahaska County
Last updated on November 12, 2013

The Mission of the Iowa Department of Human Services is to help individuals and families achieve safe, stable, self-sufficient, and healthy lives, thereby contributing to the economic growth of the state. We do this by keeping a customer focus, striving for excellence, sound stewardship of state resources, maximizing the use of federal funding and leveraging opportunities, and by working with our public and private partners to achieve results.

Description:
The Iowa Department of Human Services (IDHS) uses volunteers to enhance the delivery of services to Iowans in need. Volunteers under the supervision of paid staff provide services far beyond the services which could be provided by staff alone. Volunteer services for the Jefferson, Mahaska and Wapello Counties are coordinated by the United Way of Wapello County's Volunteer Connection Center.

Contact person: Ali Wilson, Volunteer Coordinator, (phone), (email)

Address:
 224 E. Second St. Ste 1
Ottumwa, IA 52501
(See a map)

Web Site: http://www.dhs.state.ia.us
Last updated on November 12, 2013


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