Agency Funding

Callaway County Special Services provides funding to non-profit agencies who support individuals in Callaway County with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  

Funding Contract Recipients

Contact below for services
Remade Logo

Remade For A Purpose

SERVICES: Competitive employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

2019-2023 Funding Total:

$ 0
17 West 5th Street, Fulton, MO 65251

Serve, Inc

SERVICES: Accessible transportation, emergency financial assistance, food pantry

2019-2023 Funding Total:

$ 0 0

Callaway County Extended Employment

SERVICES: Sheltered employment for individuals with disabilities, including intellectual and development disabilities 

2019-2023 Funding Total:

$ 0
2611 N. Bluff Street, Fulton, MO 65251


The following items should accompany all applications for funding through the CCSS

Completed CCSS Funding Application with Signature of Authorized Board Agency Representative

Board Member List, Occupation and Contact Information

Proof of Registered Non-Profit and Certificate of Good Standing (Secretary of State)

Proof of Insurance: General Liability, Programs, Services, and Assets applicable to the purpose of the funding request

Licensure, Certification, or Accreditations (if Applicable)

Financial Statements, including Operating Budget, Balance Sheet and Statement of Income and Expenses

Most recent Financial Audit, including Management Letter

IRS Form 990, as applicable

Rights of Person Served statement or policy addressing the agency’s abuse, neglect or grievance reporting process


Funding Guidelines

How to get funding

Seeking Funding?

Agencies seeking funding will submit proposals to the attention of the CCSS Executive Director ten (10) business days prior to the board meeting held on the fourth Monday in September at which time agency representatives will be invited to present their proposal.  Funding decisions are made by December.  Approved funding contracts will be effective January 1.

Service Recipients

Service recipients of funded agencies are Callaway County residents who have evidence of an intellectual or developmental disability (IDD) and are identified and submitted at the time of reimbursement or monthly as invoiced. Certification and non-profit status to provide services remains current, as applicable.


CCSS will be notified during the funding year of agency investigations, material litigation, catastrophes, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services sanctions, ban on admissions, fines, penalties, loss of programs, or material change of purpose.

Request for Proposal

Callaway County Special Services shall reserve the right to seek a Request for Proposal (RFP) for needed services, and to also fund emergency requests during any other portion of the year; continue to fund emergency requests during any other portion of the year, and inspect all books and records, including tax records, correspondence, etc., pertaining to this funding request. Callaway County Special Services will give consideration to all applications reserving the right to reject any or all requests.

Empowering People. Enriching Lives.