GALLATIN, Mo. — Disabled residents in a number of counties in the KMZU listening area may qualify for a number of services from Access II Independent LIving Center, a 5013-C not-for-profit organization in Gallatin.
KMZU’s Brian Lock was able to chat with Jessica Adkins, Marketing and Development Director for Access II Independent Living Center about the host of services provided for people with disabilities at the center.
Click below to hear their conversation, which aired Thursday on KMZU.
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“We are located in Gallatin, but we cover eight counties,” Adkins said. “We serve Caldwell, Carroll, Daviess, Grundy, Harrison, Livingston, Mercer and Ray [Counties], so we have a big area. What we do is provide free services to people with disabilities and elderly people.”