Mississippi Sex Offender One Stop Resource

Resource Website for Mississippi Registered Citizens

Hinds County Resources

Administrative Issues

Department of Public Service Headquarters

1900 East Woodrow Wilson
Jackson, MS 39216
(601) 987-1281
(601) 987-1282
(601) 987-1283
Driver’s license Services:

  • Automated Renewal Kiosk
  • Renewals and out of state transfers
  • NO TESTING at this location.

Hours Monday- Friday 8a.m.-5p.m.

Jackson Metro Center Mall

1101 Metro Center Mall, Space #1
Jackson, MS 39209
601-352-6928 or
601-352-6936
Driver’s license Services:

  • Automated Renewal Kiosk
  • TESTING SITE

Hours Monday- Friday 8a.m.-5p.m.

Clothing

Dress for Success

2519 Robinson St.
2nd Floor
Jackson, MS 39209
601-321-3227

Gateway Thrift Store

216-B Clinton Blvd.
Clinton, MS 39056
601-924-8426
601-924-8427 (Fax)
Hours Monday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Goodwill

Metro Store and Donation Center
#2 Twelve Oak Circle
Jackson, MS 39204
601-922-3916
http://goodwillms.org/

NUTS Fondren

3011 N. State Street
Jackson, MS 39216.
nuts.fondren@goodsamaritancenter.org
Monday 11:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday – Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm

NUTS Midtown

114 Millsaps Avenue, Jackson, MS
601-355-7458
nuts.fondren@goodsamaritancenter.org
Hours:
Wednesday – Friday 9:30AM – 5:30PM
Saturday 10AM – 4PM

The Salvation Army
Family Store

110 Presto Lane
Jackson, MS 39206
601-273-3686
Provides necessities of life including free food, new or discounted clothing, shelter, rent assistance, funds for paying utilities or cooling bills, furniture, transportation, medical, health care needs and other emergency needs to the working poor and low income. In addition a free noon meal is furnished for the hungry Monday-Friday of each week. While the availability of resources is limited, the agency will do what it can to help seniors, children, and the less fortunate in Mississippi make it through a crisis.

Criminal Justice

Bolton Police Dept.

PO Box 7
Bolton, MS 39041
601-866-7233

Clinton Police Dept.

305 Monroe St
Clinton, MS 39056
601-924-5252

Edwards Police Dept.

PO Box 215
Edwards, MS 39066
601-852-5461

Fresh Start (City of Jackson)

100 Metrocenter Suite 101
Jackson, MS 39209
601-960-0383
601-960-1572 (Fax)
Larry Armstrong
larmstrong@city.jackson.ms.us
http://www.city.jackson.ms.us/index.aspx?NID=147
The City of Jackson Fresh Start Program assists those with felony convictions to find employment. Fresh Start staff conduct individual and panel interviews, check backgrounds and references, and refer to job readiness training to assure that our participants are ready for employment.
Fresh Start staff follow-up with employers to assure that job placements are working well. Employers are encouraged to take advantage of the many incentives which are provided for those businesses that employ ex-offenders by the State Department of Employment Security.

Jackson Police Dept.

PO Box 17
Jackson, MS 39205
601-960-1234

West Jackson CDC- Prisoner Reentry Mentoring Program

1060 John R Lynch Street
Jackson, MS 39203
601- 352-6993
http://westjacksoncdc.net/
Works to Bridge relationships with key institutions that can help with:

  • Employment
  • Housing
  • Education
  • Vocational Training
  • Substance Abuse
  • Life and Social Skills

Raymond Police Dept.

PO Box 10

Raymond, MS 39154

601-857-8041

Terry Police Dept.

PO Box 327
Terry, MS 39170
601-878-5521

Utica Police Dept.

PO Box 335
Utica, MS 39175
601-885-6112

Disability Services

AbilityWorks of Jackson

3895 Beasley Road
Jackson, MS 39213
601-898-7076
601-898-7060 Fax
Janice Barry, Facility Manager
A community rehabilitation program that provides vocational assessment, job training, and actual work experience for individuals with disabilities.

Domestic Abuse

Angel Wings Outreach Center

415 Simpson Circle
Mendenhall, MS 39114
Crisis Line: 1-866-847-5802
601-847-5802
Services:

  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional/ Supportive Housing
  • Childcare
  • Advocacy Services
  • 24-hour crisis line
  • Residential Counseling
  • Non-Residential Counseling
  • Community Education
  • Referral Services

Counties Served: Hinds, Issaquena, Madison, Rankin, Simpson, Warren, Yazoo

Catholic Charities, Inc. Shelter for Battered Families

Jackson, MS
Crisis Line: 1-800-273-9012
601-366-0222
http://www.catholiccharitiesjackson.org/services/domestic.violence.html
Services:

  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional/ Supportive Housing
  • Childcare
  • Advocacy Services
  • 24-Hour Crisis Line
  • Residential Counseling
  • Non-Residential Counseling
  • Emergency Transportation
  • Community Education
  • Referral Services
  • Legal Services

Counties Served: Hinds, Issaquena, Madison, Rankin, Simpson, Sharkey, Warren, Yazoo

Center for Violence Prevention

Pearl, MS
Crisis Line 1-800-266-4198
601-932-4198 or 1-800-799-SAFE
www.mscvp.org
Services:

  • Crisis and Referral Line: a twenty-four hour crisis and referral line to assist in immediate needs.
  • Temporary Shelter
  • Counseling
  • Workshops
  • Second Chance: Retail store
  • Sexual Assault crisis center
  • Batters intervention program

Counties Served: Hinds, Issaquena, Madison, Rankin, Sharkey, Simpson, Warren, Yazoo

Haven House Family Shelter

Vicksburg, MS
Crisis Line: 1-800-898-0860
601-638-0021
www.myhavenhouse.org
Services provided:

  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional/ Supportive Housing
  • Childcare
  • Advocacy Services
  • Batterer Intervention Program
  • 24-hour Crisis Line
  • Residential Counseling
  • Non-Residential Counseling
  • Emergency Transportation
  • Community Education
  • Referral Services

Counties Served: Hinds, Issaquena, Madison, Rankin, Sharkey, Simpson, Warren, Yazoo

MS Coalition Against Sexual Assault

510 George Street Suite 300
Jackson, MS 39202
Mailing address: P.O. Box 4172
Jackson, MS 39296
1-888-987-9011 or 601-948-0555
601-948-0525 Fax
www.mscasa.org
intern@mscasa.org
MSCASA provides:

  • Education
  • Training
  • Public Awareness
  • Information Referrals and Requests
  • Resource Library and Speakers’ Bureau for the state
  • community and member programs

Rape crisis center programs are located in Biloxi, Columbus, Greenville, Hattiesburg, Jackson, Meridian, Natchez, Oxford and Tupelo. All agencies provide services without discrimination regarding race, ethnicity, disability, or marital status.

Education

Hinds Community College

P.O. Box 1100
Raymond, MS 39154
601-857-3431

Improving Quality of Life

350 Woodrow Wilson
Jackson Medical Mall, Suite 3430
Box 793
Jackson, MS 39205-0793
601-969-3733/969-3736
601-969-3736 Fax
Contact: Linda Edison-Bennett
linda.edison@yahoo.com
Type of Service: Recovery Support, GED program, computer skills training, resume writing, Alcohol and Drug Education
Adult Males/Females

ITT Technical Institute

382 Galleria Parkway, 100
Madison, MS 39110
601-607-4500

Jackson State University

3825 Ridgewood Road, Box 23
Jackson, MS 39211
601-432-6115

MS Community Education Center

1435 Lelia Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
601-366-6405
601-982-0080 Fax
877-826-8631 Toll Free
www.mscec.org
info@mscec.org
Provides communities with educational services and training programs on a state-wide basis

Emergency Assistance

Good Samaritan Center

114 Millsaps Avenue,
Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-6276
http://goodsamaritancenter.org/
Families who are faced with a crisis that is not of their doing and beyond their control may access emergency rental assistance.
Services:

  • referrals to government assistance
  • clothes
  • food
  • furniture
  • financial

Employment

Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC) of Central MS

Hillcrest Baptist Church
5950 Terry Road
Byram, MS 39272
601-906-7631
Teressa Lloyd
trnlloydT@gmail.com
We strive to affirm the worth of every women God sends to us by investing in one-on-one relationships, where women learn life & job skills, and the personal application of God’s Word to transform her life.

City of Jackson, Senior AIDES Program

350 West WoodrowWilson Dr.
Jackson, MS 39213
601-960-0335
The City of Jackson’s Senior Aides Program provides paid, temporary job training to individuals 55 years of age and older. The program also offers assistance in locating a full-time or part-time job during the training process. Seniors will work 20 hours a week and receive minimum wage payment.

Jackson WIN Job Center

5959 I-55 Frontage Road Suite C
Jackson, MS 39213
601-321-7931
http://mdes.ms.gov/win-job-centers/
jacksonmainjobcenter@mdes.ms.gov
Job Placement, Priority Services for Veterans, TAA, Job Corps, On-the-Job Training, Job Search Skills Training, Career Counseling
Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Closed Wednesday at 4:00pm

Jobs for Jacksonians

1000 Metrocenter
Suite 101
Jackson, MS 39209
601-960-0377
601-960-1572 Fax
http://www.city.jackson.ms.us/index.aspx?NID=149
Contact: Jonathan Barnett, Job Placement Coordinator
jbarnett@city.jackson.ms.us
The purpose of the Jobs for Jacksonians Program is to provide employment assistance and a single point of access to services that can help individuals successfully enter or re-enter the workforce.
Hours Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

JPS Career Development Center

2703 First Ave.
Jackson, MS 39209
601-960-5322
http://cdc.jpsms.org/

Midtown Partners, Inc.

329 Adelle Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
601-354-5373
601-354-5643 Fax
The Prosperity Center of Greater Jackson is an innovative “one stop-shop” facility offering a variety of the essential components needed to prepare an individual/family for growth and development as it relates to career exploration, financial management, legal services, capacity building, etc.
Programs include:

  • TANF/SNAP
  • Life Skills
  • Job Readiness
  • Job Placement
  • GED Classes

MILA Fellows Reentry Family Support Program

720 West View Drive SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
404-756-8914
www.communityvoices.org/community-voices/
Provides services to African-American fathers who have been released from prison in the past 180 days and their children less than 15 years of age.
The MILA: Mississippi program consists of weekly group activities lasting three months. All participants, including both fathers and their children, will participate in weekly group sessions focused on enhancing their success, strengthening their social networks, building family relationships, and creating a concise plan to accomplish each of their goals. Participants will also take part in volunteer opportunities around the community as well as workshops and seminars to open doorways to their success. The children who participate will be heavily involved in weekly children focused programs and family activities including a movie night, sporting event, outdoor field trip, and volunteer service project. These family activities will be a time for fun, networking, and making future plans together. Participants will also be expected to keep in contact with program staff throughout the duration of the program.
Coahoma, Harrison, Hinds, and Sunflower Counties in Mississippi.

Mississippi Development Authority
Employment and Training Division

P.O. Box 849
Jackson, MS 39205
601-359-9250
601-949-2291 fax
etraining@mississippi.org

Mississippi Prison Industries Corp.

663 North State St.
Jackson, MS 39202
601-969-5760
601-352-5765 fax
www.mdoc.state.ms.us
mpic@jam.rr.com
Contact: John H. Miller, CEO
Mississippi Prison Industries Corp. Mississippi Prison Industries Corp. (MPIC) is a state agency that assists individuals who are soon to be released from prison. The program is open to prisoners currently employed by the Department of Corrections’ Industry Program and is geared toward addressing employment issues only. An Offender Placement Coordinator meets with prisoners to develop an individual employment plan, including creating a job resume, cultivating interview skills, and acquiring job-seeking tips, to be implemented upon the offender’s release. Post release contact is maintained by the agency to provide additional assistance if possible.

Mississippi State Personnel Board

210 East Capitol Street, Suite 800
Jackson, Mississippi 39201
601-359-1406
601-576-2532 Fax
http://www.mspb.ms.gov/
As the central personnel agency for State government, the Mississippi State Personnel Board seeks to recruit qualified individuals from all segments of society.

Urban League of Greater Jackson

2310 Highway 80, West Building 1, Suite E
Jackson, MS 39204
United States
601-714-4600
Contact: Melissa Dean melissa.m.dean@yahoo.com
Urban League Online national jobs database:
http://www.nuljobsnetwork.com/

Financial / Banking Services

Catholic Charities of Jackson

200 North Congress, Suite 100
Jackson, Mississippi 39201
601-355-8634
www.catholiccharitiesjackson.org
Services:

  • Adoption & Maternity
  • Alcohol & Drugs
  • Children’s Mental Health
  • Domestic Violence
  • Family Ministry
  • Health Ministry
  • Immigration
  • Rape Crisis
  • Refugees
  • Social Ministry
  • Financial assistance

Food

Alta Woods United Methodist Church

109 Alta Woods Blvd.
Jackson, MS 39204
601-372-6016
http://www.altawoodsumc.org/Gravy_Grace.html

Anderson United Methodist Church

6205 Hanging Moss Drive
Jackson, MS 39206
601-982-3997
http://www.andersonumc.org/

Berean Seventh-day Adventist Church

Jackson, MS 39213
601-353-2750

Central United Methodist Church

500 N Farish St
Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-7854

Christians United Missionary Baptist Church

5394 Methodist Home Rd
Jackson, MS 39213
601-981-8646

College Hill Baptist Church

1600 Florence Ave
Jackson, MS 39204
601-355-2670
http://www.collegehillchurch.org/

Deliver Me Senior Support Services

1405 S Gallatin St
Jackson, MS 39201
601-354-4646

Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church

1109 Cooper Rd
Jackson, MS 39212
601-371-8855

Epiphany Lutheran Church

1230 Isiah Montgomery Street
Jackson, MS 39203
601-353-0504

First Hyde Park MB Church

2750 Coleman Ave
Jackson, MS 39213
601-362-5552

First Church of Deliverance

Jackson Raymond Rd
Raymond, MS 39154
601-857-8351

Gateway Rescue Mission

328 South Gallatin Street
Jackson, MS 39203
601-353-5864
http://www.gatewaymission.org/
Services:

  • Meal Program
  • Women’s Program
  • Addiction Program
  • Overnight shelter
  • Family Assistance

Greater Mt Calvary Baptist Church

1400 Robinson Street
Jackson, MS 39209
601-352-8585

Hands and Feet Food Pantry c/o Crossroads of Life

6775 Siwell Road
Byram, MS 39272
601-594-5248

Heritage Baptist Church

5911 Terry Rd.
Byram, MS 39272
601-373-2708
http://www.hbcbyram.org/

Jackson Revival Center Church Food Outreach

1616 Robinson Street
Jackson, MS 39209
601-948-3618
http://www.jacksonrevivalcenter.org/pages.asp?pageid=18871
Contact: Cynthia McLaurin
Food Outreach Center between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon on Mondays.

Mississippi Food Network

440 Beatty St
Jackson, MS 39201
601-353-7286
http://www.msfoodnet.org/
info@msfoodnet.org
Services:
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP): A federal program which helps supplement the diets of low-income families by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost.
Referrals to member agencies throughout the state

Morrison Heights Baptist Church

3000 Hampstead Boulevard
Clinton, MS 39056
601-924-5620
http://www.morrisonheights.org/

New Dimensions Development Foundation

111 W Monument St
Jackson, MS 39202
601-969-9856
Provides transitional living for women 19 & older, clothing, food, job assistance. Operates West Jackson, Apparel.

New Gethsemane MB Church

220 Magnolia Rd
Jackson, MS 39209
601-922-0610

New Vision Outreach Ministry, Inc.

5155 Wayneland Dr.
Jackson, MS 39211
601-899-9629

New Zion Gospel Church

Jackson, MS 39213
601-944-0775
Operation Shoestring
1711 Bailey Avenue / PO Box 11223
Jackson, MS 39283-1223
601-353-6336
http://www.operationshoestring.org/

Orange Hill M B Church

4080 Coxs Ferry Rd
Bolton, MS 39041
601-866-2187

Parkview Church of Christ

5200 Clinton Blvd
Jackson, MS 39209
601-922-9800

Pinelake Church

816 East Northside Dr.
Clinton, MS 39056
601-919-4134
http://pinelake.org/
clintoncarecenter@pinelake.org
Open Tuesdays 6–8 p.m., by appointment only

Planting Seeds Outreach Ministry

5360 Executive Place
Jackson, MS 39206
601-366-7484
601-613-8963
pscdministry@bellsouth.net
Services:

  • Reentry services
  • Educational services: teens and adults
  • Health and wellness
  • Inner City youth program

Sand Hill Missionary Baptist Church

5112 Mississippi 22
Edwards, MS 39066
601-852-4277

South Jackson Seventh Day Adventist

325 East McDowell Road
Jackson, MS 39204
601-373-7600
http://southjackson22.adventistchurchconnect.org

Southside Assembly of God

665 Raymond Rd.
Jackson, MS 39204
601-373-0529
www.ssaog.com

Spring Ridge United Methodist Church

1083 Davis Rd, Terry
Terry, MS 39170
601-372-7058
www.springridgeumc.com/
wecare@springridgeumc.com
Distributes food the second Thursday and the third Saturday of each month between 9:00 and 11:00 A.M.

Stewpot Community Services

1100 W. Capitol Street
Jackson, MS 39203
601-353-2759
http://stewpot.org/
stewpot@stewpot.org
Services:

  • Food assistance
  • Shelter
  • Clothing assistance
  • Children’s Programs
  • Women’s Services
  • Elderly and mentally disabled services
  • Computer lab

Tinnin Road Church of Christ

118 Blueberry Lane
Clinton, Mississippi 3905
601-925-5124
601-925-9101

Turning Point Mission Center

1814 Shady Lane Drive
Jackson, MS 39204
601-372-1080
www.lighthousetp.org/index.html

Westview Baptist Church

1910 W McDowell Rd
Jackson, MS 39204
601-372-8208

Word Of Truth Kingdom Church

4491 W Northside Dr
Jackson, MS 39209
601-923-3325
www.wordoftruthministriesintl.org

Health

Alex Waites Elderly Housing Complex

4435-A Medgar Evers Blvd
Jackson, MS 39213
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon – Fri

Central Mississippi Health Services, Inc.

1134 Winter St.
Jackson, MS 39204-2841
601-948-5572

Central Mississippi Health Services, Inc.

5429 Robinson Road Ext.
Jackson, MS 39204-4138
601-948-5574

Central Mississippi Health Services, Inc.

500 W. County Line Rd.
Jackson, MS 39174-9700
601-948-5574

Endocrine Research Associates

1151 N State St Ste 601
Jackson, MS, 39202-2456
601-969-6598

Ethel James Ivory Homeless Clinic

327 South Gallatin Street
Jackson, MS 39203
427 J R Lynch St.
Jackson, MS, 39203-3518
601-914-1789
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon – Fri

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center

1500 Woodrow Wilson Drive
Jackson, MS 39213
601-960-0335

Health Connect

601-500-7709
Provides additional supportive services to individuals that require long term treatment for an infectious disease or chronic condition. Includes: Home visits, help communicating directly with your doctor, assistance applying for social programs and discounted medications. They also provide services specifically for new moms, young mothers or those who have had difficult pregnancies.

Helping Center

2941 Terry Rd Ste 16
Jackson, MS, 39212-3072
601-373-8080

Hinds County Health Department

Jackson Medical Mall
350 W. Woodrow Wilson
Suite 411
Jackson, MS 39213
601-364-2666
http://msdh.ms.gov/

  • Breast & Cervical Cancer
  • Child Health (EPSDT)
  • Children’s Health Insurance
  • Children’s Medical Program
  • Diabetes control
  • Early Intervention (First Steps)
  • Family Planning
  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Immunization
  • Maternity
  • Perinatal (PHRM)
  • Social Work
  • STD/HIV
  • Tuberculosis
  • WIC

Open: Monday – Friday

Hinds County — Crossroads Clinic

Jackson Medical Mall
350 W. Woodrow Wilson
Suite 2516
Jackson, MS 39213
601-432-3237
http://msdh.ms.gov/

  • Breast & Cervical Cancer
  • Child Health (EPSDT)
  • Children’s Health Insurance
  • Children’s Medical Program
  • Diabetes control
  • Early Intervention (First Steps)
  • Family Planning
  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Immunization
  • Maternity
  • Perinatal (PHRM)
  • Social Work
  • STD/HIV
  • Tuberculosis
  • WIC

Open: Monday – Friday

Hinds County — Environmental Clinic

539-B East Beasley Rd
Jackson, MS 39206
601-957-1026
601-957-1053 Fax
http://msdh.ms.gov/

  • Breast & Cervical Cancer
  • Child Health (EPSDT)
  • Children’s Health Insurance
  • Children’s Medical Program
  • Diabetes control
  • Early Intervention (First Steps)
  • Family Planning
  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Immunization
  • Maternity
  • Perinatal (PHRM)
  • Social Work
  • STD/HIV
  • Tuberculosis
  • WIC

Jackson-Hinds Comp Health Center-Main Site

3502 W. Northside Dr.
Jackson, Mississippi, 39213-4454
601-364-5142
601-364-5159 Fax
www.jackson-hinds.com/
Services:

  • Pediatrics (EPSDT)
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Dentistry
  • Optometry
  • Pharmacy
  • Spanish Translation
  • Social Service
  • Laboratory Services
  • Radiology/X-ray
  • WIC Certification
  • Transportation
  • Adult Medicine

Jackson-Hinds Comp Health Center-South Clinic

866 Medical Plz
Jackson, MS 39204-4948
601-364-5142
Programs:

  • Central MS Civic Improvement Association Inc.
  • Women’s Health Clinic
  • OPT and ESPDT
  • Dental Mobile Unit

Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon – Fri

Jackson-Hinds- Tougaloo

500 W. County Line Rd.
Tougaloo, MS 39174-9700
601-364-5142

Jackson-Hinds Comp. Health Center – Utica

6608 Highway 27
Utica, MS 39175-9226
601-364-5142

Jackson-Hinds Van Winkle Elem School base Clinic

1655 Whiting Rd
Jackson, MS, 39209-5826
601-922-6642

Jackson Ear Nose/Thrt Clinic

1421 N State St Ste 402
Jackson, MS, 39202-1658
601-352-7655

MHAP Mississippi Health Advocacy Program

800 N.President St.
Jackson, MS 39202
601.353.0845
601.353.0329 Fax
www.mhap.org

AIDS/HIV Services

Building Bridges, Inc. (BBI)

2147 Henry Hill Dr., Suite 206
Jackson, MS 39204
601-922-0100
http://www.bbims.org
Building Bridges, Inc. offers a continuum of services, including prevention education which includes street and community outreach, venue-based outreach, and condom distribution. We also provide HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral Services (CTRS), Comprehensive Risk Counseling Services (CRCS), and Choosing Life: Empowerment! Action! Results! (CLEAR). Other services include support groups for persons living with HIV/AIDS, food boxes, peer support services and assistance with housing opportunities for persons with AIDS (HOPWA) applications.
M-F 8:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.

Delta Region AIDS Education Training Center

University of Mississippi Medical Center
2500 N. State Street
Jackson, MS 39216
601-984-5542
http://www.deltaaetc.org/
Provides comprehensive and in some cases customized training for clinicians on HIV/AIDS treatment and practices throughout the state of Mississippi. Delta AETC can provide a training that is customized to meet the specific needs of your agency, clinic, or other group of health care providers.
Hours Monday- Friday 8a.m. to 5p.m.

Grace House

236 Millsaps Avenue
Jackson, MS 39202
601-353-1038
www.gracehousems.org
Services (For HIV Positive individuals only): Transitional Housing, food pantry, educational programs, helps with access to ID and permanent housing placement.

Mississippi Center for Justice

5 Old River Place
Jackson, MS 38703
601-352-2269
http://www.mscenterforjustice.org
The Mississippi Center for Justice is a nonprofit, public interest law firm committed to advancing racial and economic justice. Supported and staffed by attorneys, community leaders and volunteers, the Center develops and pursues strategies to combat discrimination and poverty statewide. We provide free legal services to people living with HIV/AIDS who face discrimination based on HIV-positive status.
Hours Monday- Friday 9a.m. to 5p.m.

MS State Department of Health – Division of STD/HIV

570 E. Woodrow Wilson, Osbourne Building, Room 350,
Jackson, Mississippi 39215-1700
601-576-7723
Runs the HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS). Among other services, this provides emergency rental assistance as well as information, referrals and resources.

University of Mississippi Medical Center

2500 N.State Street
Jackson, MS 39216
Adult Services: 601-815-3120
Pediatric HIV Clinic: 601-815-1117
Adolescent HIV Clinic: 601-815-5029
Perinatal (OB): 601-815-1116
Physicians, four case managers, and multiple specialty services available for referrals. Through the Department of Pediatrics, there is also a perinatal HIV clinic for pregnant women with HIV, a pediatric HIV clinic for children less than age 13, and an adolescent clinic for individuals aged 13-22. Educational services include the Mississippi office of the Delta Region AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC), which teaches health care professionals about the treatment/prevention needs of individuals living with HIV. Multiple research studies may also be active through either the Div of ID or the Dept of Pediatrics.
Hours Monday- Friday 8a.m. to 4:30p.m.

Mental Health

Brentwood Behavioral Health

Jackson, MS
1-800-863-4004
www.brentwoodjackson.com/

Correctional Counseling of Mississippi

741-A Harris St.
Jackson, MS 39202
601-949-9960
Fax: 601-949-9959
Contact: Tammy Childress
tammy.childress@correctionalcounseling.ms
Types of Service: Outpatient, Recovery Support, DUI, Adult Males/Females

Hinds Behavioral Health Services

3450 Highway 80 West
P.O. Box 7777
Jackson, MS 39284
601-321-2400
http://www.hbhs9.com

Imagine Behavioral Health

1855 Lakeland Dr, R-305
Jackson, MS 39216
601-982-5376
601-982-5377 Fax
Contact: Baxter Hogue
info@imaginebh.com
DUI, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Adult Males/Females, Adolescent Males/Females

Jackson Vet Center

1755 Lelia Dr Suite 104
Jackson, MS 39216
601-965-5727
601-965-4023 Fax
Types of Service: Outpatient, Recovery Support, Males/Females, Combat Veterans.

Legal

Central Southwest Mississippi Legal Services

414 S. State St., 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 951
Jackson, MS 39205
601-948-6752 or 800-959-6752
601-948-6757 fax
www.mslegalservices.org/
Contact our State-wide Intake Hotline at 1-800-498-1804
Services:
Full Legal Representation
Brief Advice
Self-Help Materials
The Jackson office represents clients in Hinds, Rankin, Madison, Copiah and Simpson counties. Each service office is staffed with lawyers, paralegals and other support staff who are available to address problems which may occur in the particular service area or to make appropriate referrals.

Cliff Johnson Pigott & Johnson

A Professional Association of Lawyers
775 N. Congress Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
(601) 354-2121
(601) 354-7854 (fax)
www.pjlawyers.com

Mission First

275 Roseneath Street
Jackson, MS 39203
601-608-0050
www.missionfirst.org/
info@missionfirst.org
Services:

  • Medical Dental Clinic
  • Wellness Program
  • Children’s Program
  • Sports Ministry
  • Community Development
  • Legal Aid

Mississippi Immigrant Rights Alliance

P.O. Box 1104
Jackson, MS 39215
601-968-5182

Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project

643 North State Street – P.O. Box 2168
Jackson, MS 39225
601-960-9577 or 1-800-682-0047
601-355-8635 Fax
www.mvlp.net/
The Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (MVLP) represents the nation’s first formal association of a state Bar with representatives of the Legal Services Corporation. This association has resulted in a professional and productive partnership which unselfishly serves the neediest of Mississippi’s poor. Even before completing its first year of operation, the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project was cited by the American Bar Association and the National Legal Aid and Defender Association as the country’s single most outstanding program among state bar associations

Mississippi Bar Association

P.O. Box 2168
Jackson, MS 39225
601-948-4471
601-355-8635
www.msbar.org

State Public Defender

P.O. Box 23029
Jackson, MS 39225
601-948-2683 or 601-969-7456
601-948-2687 fax

The Mississippi Public Defenders Association

P.O. Box 3510
Jackson, MS 39207
601-576-4290
601-576-4205 (fax)
This award is justifiably shared with every member of the private bar who has volunteered their time and expertise. Under the Project, Mississippi Bar members agree to take indigent cases on a probono basis, while the Legal Services offices screen potential clients. The Volunteer attorney is matched to a client by the MVLP Director.

Public Libraries

Jackson/Hinds Library System

www.jhlibrary.com

Shelter

Case Management Housing Support Services

601-355-8634
Jackson, MS 39202

Center of Hope Shelter

110 Presto Lane
Jackson MS 39206
601-982-1828
Services

  • Social Skills/Life Skills
  • Employment Training
  • GED
  • Celebrate Recovery
  • Computer Class
  • Counseling
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional Program

Hours
Client Intake 4pm-6pm
Open for Clients 4pm – 7:30am Monday – Friday

Hinds County Human Resource Agency

258 Maddox Road
Jackson, MS
601-923-3930
601-923-3925 (Fax)
www.hchra.org
Case managers can help people find a job, coordinate employment services, and they administer emergency financial assistance programs as well. Programs can help meet a number of needs, such as rent, provide free food, or zero interest loans may be issued to pay security deposit fees. Other resources include Head Start and more.
Another program is the Rural General Public Transportation Program, citizens living in rural areas of Hinds County are provided a safe, reliable, and accessible means of transportation so they can attend to their daily living needs. While emphasis is placed on serving elderly and disabled individuals, convenient and affordable transportation is available to all citizens living in rural Hinds County (Bolton, Byram, Clinton, Edwards, Raymond, Terry and Utica).
Program Details:
Eligibility: Senior Citizens, Disabled, and Rural Hinds County Citizens
Dates and Times: Monday-Friday/6:00a.m.-6:30p.m.
Program Cost:
Seniors: $1.00 one-way, $2.00 round trip

Non-seniors: $2.50 one-way, $5.00 round trip
For Routes and Schedule visit: http://hchra.org/programs/rural-transport-program/

Lighthouse Ministries

1075 Maderia Ave
Jackson, MS 39203
601-969-1966
Services: Recovery/relief center for males 18 and older (homeless, alcoholics, addicts); food, housing, job assistance, spiritual counseling.
Hours: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Wingard Home, Inc.

1279 N. West Street, Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-9589
http://wingardhome.org/
Wwjdcaw@aol.com
Wingard Home is the private home of the Wingards and is structured to teach people to put discipline into their lives for hard work, good morals, and education. In addition, they work with children from ages 5-17 helping the kids work through problems. They provide GED Education Program, Alcohol and drug Program, Life Skills, Christian Counseling, Bible Classes, Biblical Chapel Services, Storehouse where things are given away, daily food ministry and ministry to elderly and shut ins.

Substance Abuse

Alcohol Services Center, Inc.

950 N. West Street
Jackson, MS 39202
601-948-6220
http://www.alcoholservices.org
ASC’s purpose is to reduce the incidence of substance abuse problems through outpatient substance abuse therapy and prevention services to individuals, groups and organizations in Hinds County and surrounding areas. Counseling, care and treatment
Monday 8am to 8pm, Tuesday-Friday 8am to 5pm

ALTR of Jackson LLC

500 East Woodrow Wilson Drive
Suite D
Jackson, MS 39216
601-362-3131
Monica Wesbrooks
altr.mw@gmail.com
Types of Service: Mthadone Maintenance Intensive Outpatient
Population Served: Adult Males/Females

Ark

1801 North West Street
Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-0077

Cares Center, Inc.

1801 N. West St.
Jackson, MS 39202
Box 1078
Jackson, MS 39216
601-355-0077
601-769-6433 Fax
Contact: Christian Ware
christian.ware@mchscares.org
Intensive outpatient Adolescent males/females

Center for Independent Learning

The Friendship Connection
1480 Raymond Road
Jackson, MS 39204
601-373-1533×319
Services: Secondary treatment for female/pregnant ex-offenders. Parenting, GED, art class, individual and family group counseling, life skills, coping skills, and aftercare services. Length of Stay: 90 days.

Common Bond Association Inc

836 Medical Plaza
Jackson, MS 39204
601-371-6851
601-709-4322
Fax: 601-373-9884

Common Bond Association Inc

Isiah House

855 South Plaza
Jackson, MS 39204
601-346-4445
For male homeless veterans 18 or older. Offers alcohol and drug treatment, life management skills, GED, mental health referrals, employment, and other referrals. Length of stay is 3 months. There is also the James house for veterans with PTSD and the James house transitional housing for graduates of the Isaiah project.

Daylight Ministries Center for Women, Inc.

1005 Atkins Blvd.
Jackson, MS 39211

Fax: 601-982-3858
Contact: Myra Ramsey
daylightministries@yahoo.com
Types of Service: Transitional Residential, Recovery Support, Adult Females
Box 325
Tougaloo, MS 39174
601-454-3843
Fax: 601-982-3858

Harbor Houses of Jackson Inc
Men’s Transitional Program

5354 I-55 South Frontage Road East
Jackson, MS 39272
601-371-7335
www.hhjackson.org
Alcohol Rehabilitation and Drug Rehab Facility
Services Offered:

  • Driving Under The Influence/Driving While Intoxicated Offenders
  • Halfway House, Males
  • Residential Care Long-term 30 to 90 Days Treatment, Females

Payment Forms Accepted: Self payment

Hinds Behavioral Health Services

3450 Highway 80 West
Jackson, MS 39209
601-321-2400

The Jonah House

845 South Plaza
Jackson, MS 39204
601-346-2567
Services: For males 18 years and over. Intensive in-patient transitional facility.

Jackson State University
Interdisciplinary Alcohol/ Drug Studies Center

1400 J.R. Lynch St.
Box 18890
Jackson, MS 39217-1090
601-979-2350
601-979-2499 Fax
Contact: Raymond Richmond
raymondrichmond@jsums.edu
Types of Service: Prevention, Designated RADAR CENTER – provides prevention resource materials,training, effective programs and activities to reduce and prevent the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. All Ages.

Lane Chapel CME Church

3304 Fontaine Ave.
Jackson, MS 39205
310-526-1197
Joseph Cannon, Contact Person
Free substance abuse treatment program (outpatient).

Metro Counseling Center Inc

911 Palmyra Street
Box 706
Jackson, MS 39205
601-353-0502
Ed C. Bell
ecbell@metrocounselingcenter.org
Types of Service: Recovery Support, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient/Day, DUI, Adolescent Males/Females (16 & Over), Adults Males/Females

Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition (MJCPC)

Jackson Medical Mall
350 West Woodrow Wilson Dr.
Suite 2260
Jackson, MS 39213
Mailing Address
MJCPC
Jackson State University
Box 18120
Jackson, MS 39217
601-982-0861
Fax: 601-982-0795
Contact: Velesha Williams
velesha.p.williams@jsums.edu
Types of Service: Prevention, All Ages

My Father’s House of Freedom, Inc.

P.O. Box 16877

Jackson, MS 39236

601-354-0950

601-354-3778 Fax

Mfhf3778@netdoor.com

Serves men with addition problems including alcohol and drugs

Personal development and life changing skills
Financial management
Spiritual awareness and accountability
Family mediation and conflict resolution
Spiritual twelve-steps program
AA/NA meetings

New Beginnings Res Transitional

Trt Program of Catholic Charities Inc
799 Flag Chapel Road
Jackson, MS 39209
601-922-0026

New Life for Women Inc.

814 North Congress Street
Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-2195×304

Saint Dominic Behavioral Health Services

969 Lakeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39216
601-200-3090×3198

Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Addictive Disorders Treatment Program

1500 East Woodrow Wilson Drive
Unit 116-A4
Jackson, MS 39216
601-364-1440

Victory Manor Recovery Center

300 Northside Drive
Clinton, MS 39056
601-924-9496
Services:

  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Detoxification
  • Halfway house
  • Residential short term and long term treatment
  • Outpatient programs
  • Partial hospitalization/day treatment for those with co-occurring mental illness
  • Serves DUI/DWI offenders

Women and Families

Bethany Christian Services

2624 Southerland Street
Jackson MS 39216
601-366-4282
Karen Stewart, Director
Bethany provides pregnancy counseling for anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy. It offers adoption as an alternative to abortion and is an accredited adoption agency.

Bethlehem Center

920 North Blair Street
Jackson, MS 39202
601-355-0224
http://bethlehemjacksonms.org/
The Center serves low-income families and individuals through affordable quality childcare, a free income tax assistance program, a counseling center, and various community development initiatives.

Birthright of Jackson, Inc.

133 Sykes Road
Jackson MS 39212
601-713-3113
24 Hr Hotline 1-800-550-4900
Director: Monica Walton
We provide free pregnancy testing. Guidance and options other than abortion. Help mobilize resources and assists for those in need.

Center for Pregnancy Choices

3627 Highway 80 #
Suite D-1, East Over Square (Near Pearl High School)
601-939-9009
Janine Mangum, Director
www.mypregnancychoices.org
Our services include:

  • Free lab quality pregnancy tests with immediate results
  • Compassionate care from client advocates
  • Pregnancy verification
  • Accurate, up-to-date information about pregnancy, abortion and alternatives
  • Pregnancy & fetal development information
  • Free limited sonograms
  • Maternity and baby clothes available for clients
  • Classes offered on Steps to Sexual Health, Fertility Appreciation, Parenting Education
  • Clothes & other various items provided if you participate in classes or meet the requirements
  • 24- hour helpline
  • Spanish speaking services (Must call in advance & make an appointment.)
  • Referrals to community resources and agencies
  • Post-Abortion Counseling and Support Groups

locations in Clinton and Jackson.

Healthy Homes Mississippi

P. O. Box 352
Jackson, MS 39205
1-800-877-7882
ccpayment@mdhs.ms.gov
Healthy Homes Mississippi is a new home visiting program serving pregnant mothers and parents with children less than 3 months of age in Copiah, Wilkinson, Claiborne, Jefferson, Coahoma, Sunflower and Tunica Counties.
Healthy Homes Mississippi will:

  • Link families to community services;
  • Provide child development, nutrition, and safety education;
  • Provide incentives such as cribs, car seats, diapers, and much more;
  • Provide emotional support and encouragement to parents.

Jackson Women’s Health Organization

2903 North State Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39216
601-366-2261
Provides early abortion and D & E abortion services

Mid-Jackson Family Resource & Referral Center

329 Adelle Street
Jackson, Mississippi 39202
601-965-8000
http://midtownpartners.org/education-programs/mid-jackson-family-resource-referral-center/
Tiffany Nash
Mid-Jackson is a host to the Mississippi Child Care Resource and Referral Network (MSCCR&R). MSCCR&R (offered through the Mississippi State University Extension Service) supports early care and education professionals, parents, children, and community members seeking information about quality child care. With 13 resource centers located across the state, Mid-Jackson is pleased to host the first and only MSCCR&R located within a community. The following are services available through the Mid-Jackson MSCCR&R:

  • Training & Technical Assistance
  • Resource Centers
  • The Referral Process
  • Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Online
  • Workforce Development

 

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