Resources for Victims of Crime

Ford County Victim Services Resource List

Salvation Army Thrift Store

Adult & Children clothing, household items, emergency assistance, utility assistance (must have income & will assist once a year), rental assistance, vouchers for clothing & household items at thrift store, food bank (5 items per year).

Manna House

  • 1012 1st Ave, Dodge City, KS 67801
  • 620.227.6707

Emergency shelter: shelter for up to 3 days, if client has a job it will be on a day to day basis, doors close at 9:00PM, families welcome. Food Pantry: Monday- Friday 2:00PM – 4:00PM.

First Presbyterian Church, Friendship Feast

  • 803 Central St., Dodge City, KS 67801
  • 620.253.1953

Provides cooked meals Monday- Friday from 11:30AM – 12:45PM

United Methodist Mexican American Ministries/ Dodge City Care Ministries

Provides food and clothing Monday- Friday from 8:30AM – 3:30PM

North Hi Rise

  • 407 E. Bend, Dodge City, KS 67801
  • 620.225.1965
  • Section 8 housing

Crisis Center

Provides community based advocacy, emergency shelter, 24 hour hotline, assists with PFA/ PFS, safety plans.

 Kansas legal Services, INC

  Assistance with PFA/ PFS, income based legal services

Ford County Health Department

WIC program: nutrition for children, mothers, and expecting mothers, prenatal care, breastfeeding support, vaccinations, healthcare, information.

Compass Behavioral Health

Mental health wellness

La Raza Community Services

  • 212 Gunsmoke St., Dodge City, KS 67801
  • 620.225.4292
  • Legal Services for income tax, divorces, immigration papers, translations.

Catholic Charities of Southwest Kansas

  • 906 Central Ave., Dodge City KS 67801
  • 620.227.1562
  • http://catholiccharitiesswks.org/
  • Free services for pregnancy, counseling, teen mothers, marriage counseling, addiction services, and teen mothers.

Arrowhead West

  • 401 Edgemore St., Dodge City KS 67801
  • 620.225.5177
  • http://arrowheadwestcddo.org/
  • Provides services for adults and children with mental and physical disabilities.      

Meadowlark House Child Advocacy Center

Provides advocacy, forensic interview, multidisciplinary team, referral services, and medical services for children.

Department of Children and Families

TANF, food stamps, LEAP, Medicaid, child care assistance

Crime Victims Compensation

Compensation for loss of earnings and out-of-pocket medical expenses as a direct result of the incident.