The Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshop Managers is comprised of a group of professional leaders dedicated to enhancing Sheltered Workshops in Missouri, programs for the people we serve and the business services we provide. The association is a leader in the field of disability awareness through education, advocacy and active involvement in the legislative process.

Businesses nationwide utilize Missouri's workshops for high-quality, on-demand services that range from packaging to custom assembly. Many of Missouri's workshops are also the proud custodians of highway rest areas, recycling programs and other visible efforts that improve workshop communities and the state of Missouri.



New: October MASWM Meeting

What would the world be like without workshops?

Updated: 2014 Safety/Forklift Training

The Summer MASWM Newsletter is now online!

DESE Sheltered Workshop Report

A short video explains well Section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act, and what it means to workshops.

DESE January, 2014 Workshop Report (download PDF)

• OSHA Visit to workshop provides valuable info for others.

Rural Missouri magazine published a great two-page article on how workshops are "Turning disabilities into abilities." You may view the article online here (opens in new page) or download a high-resolution PDF here.

Health Care Act info for Workshops

Tell the World Your Story and Help Workshops

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Special presentation on Fraud in Today's Economy (PDF format)


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If you have questions regarding the Missouri Association of Sheltered Workshop Managers, please contact:
Legislative Chair Randy Hylton: Phone (816) 781-6292 or E-mail
rhylton@vsiserve.org
President Brent Blackwell: Phone: (660) 542-1401 Fax: (660) 542-1688; E-mail: bblackwell@ctcis.net