The Mattie Rhodes Center provides a holistic approach to individual and family well being through social services, behavioral health counseling and the arts.
Our staff provides culturally competent programming in the following four areas:
• Family Services (behavioral health, family violence, substance abuse)
• Youth Services (in-school intervention, youth development, supportive living)
• Community Support (health and wellness, community engagement)
• Cultural Arts (arts education, exhibits and collections)
Mattie Rhodes is the only fully bilingual/bicultural, nationally accredited, and state-certified behavioral health care provider in the Greater Kansas City region; and is state-certified in intensive outpatient substance abuse therapy.
Mattie Rhodes is celebrating its 121st year of serving the community!
News & Updates....
NOW HIRING! We are looking for part-time coaches for our Youth Soccer Program, Soccer for Success! Click here for more info or head to our Employment Opportunities page to download an application.
Mattie Rhodes Rockin' Music Camp, August 3-7, 2015 is now open for registration! Click here to view details and to download the registration form in English, click here for the Spanish version.
Looking for a day camp with awesome art & great dance moves? MRC partners with Take the Stage for Camp WHAM! Check out the English flyer or Spanish flyer for more information and to register!
Our ever-popular Summer Art Camp sessions are filling up fast!
Download the full summer art camp schedule or REGISTER ONLINE
The 4th Annual Brightening Lives, Building Futures Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, July 24, 2015. Register your team today!
Mattie Rhodes Center is continuing our fundraising efforts to help re-open the doors on the ceramic studio! We are excited to announce plans for the donation of materials and possibly labor. Can you donate today??
The Hispanic Needs Assessment from 2013 & 2014 is now available. This survey and report was commissioned by the Latino Civic Engagement Collaborative. The report describes strengths, issues, and opinions of the Latino community in the Kansas City area. You can review the executive summary (22 pages) here. The link to full report (274 pages) is also available, though load time will be longer.