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Manhattan Public Housing
300 N 5th St #1, Manhattan, KS 66502
Manhattan KS Housing Authority
5815 Marlatt Ave, Manhattan, KS 66503
The Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency (ATA Bus) plans, manages, and operates public transportation services within the Manhattan, Urbanized Area, Riley County, Pottawatomie County, and Geary County. ATA Bus is committed to offering courteous, safe, and reliable service for all of our riders, without regard to race, gender, age, or disability.
Adult Learning Center
Manhattan Area Technical College provides high quality technical, general, and adult education to prepare individuals to pursue technologically advanced careers and lead productive lives in a dynamic and diverse global environment.
As a leader in technical education, Manhattan Area Technical College will enhance student-centered learning and service to business, industry, and community members.
Providing HIRE Education – Helping Ignite & Revolutionize Education
The values of the college community drives the vision and mission of Manhattan Tech.
The USD 383 FIT Closet & Clothing Exchange assists McKinney-Vento qualified/FIT students enrolled in the USD 383 school district by providing what they need to successfully integrate into school as well as find success in their educational journey. This assistance comes in the form of (but is not limited to) school supplies, school-appropriate clothing, and personal hygiene items.
Thanks to the generosity of our community, we’re also able to serve students who qualify for free/reduced fees (and their immediate family – parents and siblings who are not yet school age
Ogden Friendship House of Hope
226 Riley Ave, Ogden, KS 66517
For over 25 years, the Ogden Friendship House of Hope has been dedicated to helping the at-risk community of Ogden by providing assistance and guidance to those in need through a number of services.
United Methodist Church
After School Program
Emergency Financial Aid
621 Humboldt St, Manhattan, KS 66502
Welcome to Shepherd’s Crossing
Together. That’s the spirit in which pastors in the Manhattan Ministerial Association opened Shepherd’s Crossing in 2001. Facing ever-increasing requests for financial assistance, area churches and pastors created the mission-centered outreach program to serve our brothers and sisters in Riley County and St. George with financial needs. Today, approximately 60 faith-based, civic organizations and agencies provide critical support for this community-focused ministry.
An ecumenical ministry, Shepherd’s Crossing offers assistance in three key areas:
Budget Counseling | Referrals | Utilities, Rent & Prescription Medication
To provide compassionate and caring assistance to those in need of financial support.
Workforce Development Center
322 Houston St, Manhattan, KS 66502
The Manhattan Workforce Center is a single point of entry to a network of employment, training, and educational programs and providers in Pottawatomie and Riley counties.
The Manhattan Workforce Center helps employers find skilled workers and helps career seekers access the tools needed to manage their careers through high quality information and services.
24 Hour Domestic Abuse Sexual Assault Crisis Center
The Crisis Center’s mission is centered around helping community members who are in need find safety, security, and a life free from violence. Our trauma-informed services are available 24/7, 365 days a year.
The Crisis Center serves Clay, Geary, Marshall, Pottawatomie and Riley counties, and the Fort Riley military installation. The Crisis Center also administers the statewide Kansas Crisis Hotline.
Konza Dental Clinic
2030 Tecumseh Rd Suite 100, Manhattan, KS 66502
At Konza Prairie Community Health Center, we offer a wide range of dental services with a smile! We provide affordable, high-quality care for all ages and we never refuse care due to an inability to pay. Services are provided by highly skilled and compassionate providers working as an integrated team.
Additional Konza Community Dental Outreach staff provide childhood oral health screening at 70 schools in 16 districts throughout the region. Providing services on-site improves access to care and oral health outcomes for Kansas students.
Appointments are needed for most services, although many times we may be able to see established patients the same day you call.
Below are a few of the oral health services we provide. If you don’t see the service you need, please call us at 785-238-4711.
Pawnee Mental Health Services
2001 Claflin Rd, Manhattan, KS 66502
Pawnee Mental Health offers a wide range of community services for adults with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). Individuals must meet specific state criteria for diagnosis. Clients receive a variety of services in the home and other places in the community as determined by their treatment plan.
Our programs support the dignity and individuality of each client. Our staff helps each person achieve recovery in as many areas of life as possible, including emotional strength, self-respect, interpersonal skills, vocational and occupational satisfaction, and a sense of community belonging.
Our services bring Pawnee staff together with others in the community to help individuals with severe and persistent mental illness learn to manage the symptoms they experience, allowing them to be active and contributing members of their communities.
Manhattan Free Clinic, Flint Hills Community Clinic Inc.
401 Houston St C, Manhattan, KS 66502
We serve the at-risk population, people without insurance that live within poverty guidelines, including those with communication barriers. We are here to serve the community and surrounding areas. We provide free, great quality healthcare to our patients because we care.
Manhattan Emergency Shelter Inc
416 S 4th St, Manhattan, KS 66502
MESI serves homeless men and women over the age of 18 and homeless families with and without children. To qualify for services, an individual must be without a home and requesting emergency shelter, have identification, be free of sex offenses, and not be on the no return list. An individual may be placed on the no return list if they have seriously violated MESI’s policies in the past, been provided financial assistance in the last year with a sustainable housing plan, or stayed at the Caroline Peine Transitional Shelter repetitively.
Harvesters Mobile Food Pantries
Who We Are
Harvesters provides food and related household products to more than 760 nonprofit agencies including emergency food pantries, community kitchens, homeless shelters, children’s homes and others. We also offer education programs to increase community awareness of hunger and teach about good nutrition.
Harvesters is a certified member of Feeding America, a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks. In 2011, Harvesters was Feeding America’s Food Bank of the Year. We are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
On the site, go to Get Food Assistance for distribution near you!
Our mission is to organize and expand the Manhattan, Kansas community meal program. Visit our Facebook to learn more…
Interested in becoming a patient?
If you are looking for a medical care provider in the Manhattan area, consider the Manhattan FREE Clinic. We provide top-notch medical services and care to qualified individuals and families who are uninsured. Our staff and providers are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality medical services in a caring and friendly environment.