The Ozarks Inclusion Project provides diversity workshops and resources to organizations that uphold diversity, equity, and inclusive values and are intentional in fostering community connections, building bridges between cultures, and providing support and services so that all can thrive.
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The Springfield Art Museum invites you to connect with the world, your community, and yourself through active engagement with art objects.
Merci Massage is an inclusive, locally owned business that provides professional massage therapy and spa treatments to all. Nestled within the Rountree Neighborhood in the heart of Springfield, MO.
Nurturing the growing family in Springfield MO through specialized doula services. It is our goal to help you adjust to the many changes and challenges you may face on your parenting journey.
2oddballs Creative is a marketing and public relations agency that specializes in creating and communicating ultra-unique brand experiences in today’s hyper-connected media environment. We can help you by creating one-of-a-kind websites, managing social media, Google Ads, graphic design, PR, and so much more! 2oddballs is more than just a company: it’s a philosophy. At 2oddballs we don’t believe in normal. We don’t do dull. We don’t build boring. We won’t have humdrum and we definitely won’t write wishy-washy (say that ten times fast!). Why be normal, when you can #beOdd
We opened in 1994 and the current owner has been there from day one, taking over in 1997. For over 25 years we have included many unique people making Springfield beautiful one hair at a time.
Gay Resources of the Ozarks serves LGBTQ+ clients and advocates for the community by providing education. We offer individual, couples, family, and group therapy as well as workshops.
who we are
The Ozarks Inclusion Project connects the LGBTQIA+ community in southwest Missouri with the inclusive businesses and organizations who are intentional about employing, housing, and offering services to queer and transgender folx.
As a project of The GLO Center, the longest running LGBTQIA+ Community Center in the state, we offer training and policy review for for- and not-for-profit companies, and an online searchable directory so allies and LGBTQIA+ people alike can find the resources we need and support friendly businesses with our purchasing power.