Every day, individuals in 15 central Iowa counties turn to CICS for help improving their quality of life. We support adults struggling with brain health issues or intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
Just as physical health needs are unique to each person, so are your mental health needs. Your brain is one of the most important parts of your body, and some people experience short- or long-term brain health challenges. We support adults struggling with brain health issues like depression, and individuals who need emotional support and don’t know where to turn.
INTELLECTUAL AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
All Iowans are valuable members of our communities, and we can connect individuals to the programs that enhance their lives. We support those reentering the workforce or trying to secure housing. We support caretakers of those with intellectual or developmental disabilities who lack the proper support system.
Whatever the situation, CICS has the resources to help. Explore the many ways we support individuals and strengthen the communities we serve by connecting you to service providers. How can we support you?
“ My CICS journey started small. I needed help signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Later, my relationship with CICS grew into something more akin to a family bond. CICS helped me sign up for ACA and find an “awesome” therapist and psychiatrist. I know in my head and my heart that CICS will help me, even if they can’t directly at their offices.” — Client