Southeast Funded Partners

Southeast Funded Partners

In addition to the University Student Emergency Fund, there are several Southeast provided programs that rely on funding from the United Way to Operate.

Hoover Eldercare Center

Hoover Eldercare Center is an Senior Adult Day Program for seniors aged 60+. The Center provides transportation, hot lunch meal, snacks, exercise program, mental health programming, health screening and access to community resources. There is no charge for the services as United Way and other funding sources underwrite the costs. The Center particularly targets frail, well, low-income seniors but anyone can attend. For more information, call 573-290-5944.


APPLE is a paperwork service that advises and consults with seniors aged 60+ regarding Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, insurance forms and a wide assortment of government programs eligibility and applications. They will come to the home or will advise in their offices. There is no charge for this service.


Educare-provides CDA classes for child care providers and staff to attain the Child Development Associate credential. Classes are provided once a year. Classes run over a period of time. There are some costs associated with this class. For more information, call 573-651-9171.

Contact Us

(573) 651-2524

One University Plaza, MS3375
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701
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