2024-2025 Partner Agencies

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Harvey County

Mentors for youth facing adversity needing a positive role model.

Cairn Health

Providing service to uninsured and under-insured individuals so they can receive essential prescription medication at little to no cost from local pharmacies.

CASA: A Voice for Children

Court-appointed special advocates are volunteers that advocate for the long-term, best interests of abused and neglected children in foster care.

Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation
(316) 688-1888

The mission of CPRF is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.

Our vision is that persons with disabilities in Kansas have the support services and technology necessary to assure their health, happiness, independence, and self-determination.

Circles of Hope by Peace Connections

Peace Connections is a community-based non-profit that began humbly and heartfully in 1983 as the Newton Area Peace Center and opened its first office above Druber's Donut Shop in downtown Newton, Kansas, a Midwestern town of just over 18,000 residents.

Peace Connections recognizes the relationship between poverty and peace and works to develop resources, educate our community and inspire change. Our major investments in this focus area are Circles of Hope and the Summer Enrichment Activities program for kids 6-10.


Community Playschool
(316) 283-3667

Community Playschool, Inc. is a preschool for children 2 ½ to 5 years of age. First preference for enrollment is given to families who cannot attend other preschools because of limited finances, one parent families, and those with special needs not met elsewhere. Fees are based on a sliding scale.

Harvey County Special Education Cooperative Infant Toddler Program
(316) 284-6510

Early intervention services to children with developmental disabilities living within Harvey County.

Health Ministries Clinic

Health Ministries Clinic is a Federally-Qualified Health Center (FQHC) serving the Newton community and surrounding counties. We provide a range of primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services for people of all ages. We believe that these services are best for patients when they are delivered in an integrated manner, and we are on the cutting edge of making integrated care a reality. All of our medical providers are board-certified.

Heart to Heart Child Advocacy Center

Dedicated to effectively and efficiently serve child victims of abuse and assist local communities in responding to allegations of child abuse

Juniper Arts Academy

Muisc education, including vocal and instrumental, for children in the foster care system. Local programming takes place at EmberHope.

Kansas Learning Center for Health

The Kansas Learning Center for Health provides hands-on education at their location in Halstaed with activities about agriculture, commerce, and the human body and nervous system. Additionally, KLCH provides educational programs for children on human reproduction, puberty and healthy relationships.


Newton Meals on Wheels

Helping disabled or homebound residents (ages 60+) stay home and live healthier by delivering lunch daily.

NRC Clubhouse

After school and summer childcare program at area elementary schools for children in grades K-5.

Offender/Victim Ministries
(316) 283-2038

The mission of OVM is to develop and administer programs that address the needs of offenders and victims for restoration, rehabilitation, friendship, restitution, and reconciliation.


Railway Clubhouse

Providing support and accountability for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.


Safehope, Inc.

Safehope, based in Newton, KS, provides advocacy and support to all survivors , and secondary victims of domestic and sexual violence, and stalking in Harvey, Marion and McPherson counties. Safehope creates a safe environment for survivors to understand the resources and options available to them and get support as they begin to heal from the trauma. Our services are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

So Shine (The Table)

Providing a weekly meal, open to all in the community as a chance to get a free, nutritious meal and an opportunity to build authentic community.

Trinity Heights Respite Care

Trinity Heights Respite Care serves families who have children (age 0-16) with special needs. Families in Harvey or Marion Counties may qualify for services. Following the example set by the American with Disabilities Act, our definition of “disability” is broad-based and includes, among others, physical, learning, sensory and cognitive disabilities.


Wichita Children's Home

The Wichita Children’s Home is always open to those who need us: children who have been abused, neglected, abandoned, trafficked or left homeless. With the help of our community partners, WCH provides children and youth from birth to age 22 with safe, secure and supportive shelter and care. #since1888