Resources

At the Trinity Free Clinic, we often find that our patients' medical needs are a symptom of a larger need in their lives.  Below you will find links and contact information for other local resources that can help you meet other needs.

Every year, Connect2Help211 publishes the Rainbow Book, which lists the contact information for a multitude of public services.  Below you will find links to information that will be of assistance to Hamilton County residents from this publication:

Connect2Help211

Connect2Help211’s mission is to facilitate connections between people who need human services and those who provide them. Connect2Help211 serves solely to promote self-sufficiency, change lives and, as a result, improve the quality of life in our communities.  You can receive contact information for assistance with needs including everything from food programs, clothing, housing, and even mental health and counseling resources through either their website or by calling 2-1-1.

You can call Connect2Help at 2-1-1 to speak with an operator who would be able to help you locate a multitude of resources.  You can visit them on the web at www.connect2help211.org  or click here to search their database of local resources.  To learn more, you can also download their brochure.


COVERING KIDS AND FAMILIES OF CENTRAL INDIANA
2951 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46226
(317) 221-3178 General Information Line
Provides information, guidance, and enrollment assistance with the following health insurance programs:
Medicaid/Hoosier Healthwise, the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), and the Health Insurance Marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act. Services are available throughout Central Indiana; local navigators may be contacted directly at the following number for Hamilton County - (317) 221-3185

HEALTHCARE.GOV - DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
www.healthcare.gov
(800) 318-2596 Toll-Free
Provides a website and toll-free phone line for learning about and applying for the Health Insurance Marketplace.  Income-eligible Hoosiers may qualify for subsidized health insurance coverage through one of the Marketplace plans.

INDIANA CANCER CONSORTIUM
615 North Alabama Street, Suite 426, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 520-9344
Promotes efforts in Indiana to decrease cancer risk through lifestyle behavioral interventions, increase early detection and screening, improve quality of life for patients, and advocate for cancer related policy initiatives.

LITTLE RED DOOR CANCER AGENCY
1801 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 925-5595
Provides cancer patients with free client services, cancer screenings and educational tools.  Services include complementary therapies, a boutique for appearance-related effects of cancer, and transportation to treatment appointments.  Additionally they offer breast diagnostics, ostomy supplies, medical supplies, nutritional supplements, lymphedema garments, and incontinence supplies.

LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
9075 North Meridian Suite 150, Indianapolis, IN 46260
(317) 860-3840
Offers support groups for blood cancer patients, peer-to-peer support programing, access to information specialists for personalized treatment information, financial support resources, and additional educational resources.

CHAUCIE'S PLACE
4607 E 106th Street Carmel, IN 46033
(317) 759-8008
Offers prevention and education programs for elementary school-aged children about body safety, sexual abuse, and suicide.  

CHILD'S ADVOCATE NETWORK
30 South Meridian Street, Suite 500, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-2542
Provides services to individuals who have developmental delays, are at risk for developmental delays, or who have emotional and/or behavioral challenges that affect their daily lives. This includes intensive-in-home services, diagnostic assessments, medication management, infant mental health and CBRS services, and residential housing for adolescent girls.

CHILD CARE ANSWERS
615 North Alabama Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN
(800) 299-1627 Child Care Referrals
(317) 631-4643 Office
Assists parents in finding child care that matches their individual needs, including providers that offer
sliding-scale fees and accept CCDF vouchers. Options include licensed centers, licensed homes, registered
ministries, preschools, before- and after-school programs, and summer day camps in Bartholomew, Brown, Hamilton, Hendricks, Johnson, or Marion County. Information and referral services are free and may be accessed by phone, in person, or online.

CHILDREN'S BUREAU - NOBLESVILLE
942 North 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 770-8328
Provides home-based case management services to at-risk families with children. The focus of this program is to strengthen families and protect children by providing preventative programs and connecting families to local resources.

DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES (DCS) - HAMILTON COUNTY
938 North 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2183 Hamilton County Office
(800) 800-5556 Child Abuse & Neglect Hotline
Investigates reports of suspected child abuse or neglect in Hamilton County and takes action on substantiated cases.  Under Indiana law, any individual who has a reason to believe a child is a victim of abuse or neglect has the duty to make a report. Reports may be made anonymously.

HAMILTON COUNTY YOUTH ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
http://youthassistance.org/
The Youth Assistance Program coordinates numerous local individuals, service providers, and organizations to be proactive in assisting the healthy development of Hamilton County youth and their families.  Services include counseling for youth and families, youth anger management classes, parenting classes, mentoring, family/youth coordination of services, food and clothing assistance, camp and recreation opportunities, tutoring assistance, and attendance and truancy support.

IMPROVING KID'S ENVIRONMENTS IN INDIANA  
1915 W 18th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 253-1312
Provides resources and information on how to keep children’s and babies  homes, schools, and environments healthy.  There is also information on The School IPM Coalition and Indiana Healthy Homes Alliance.

INDIANA YOUTH INSTITUTE   
603 E Washington Street, Suite 800, Indianapolis, IN 46204-2692
(317) 396-2700
Provides resources and programs for youth workers as well as non-profit, youth-serving organizations.  They focus on training for professional development, nonprofit management, college and career counseling, and information regarding grants and fundraising.

JUMP IN FOR HEALTHY KIDS, UNITED WAY CENTRAL INDIANA
3901 N Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208-0409
(317) 923-1466
Offers information and coaching for individuals to help prevent childhood obesity. The program focuses on child care training, creating healthier neighborhoods, communities, and overall environments for children.  They also provide information about the FITNESSGRAM, a way to measure student’s physical fitness.

KIWANIS INDIANA  
6525 East 8nd Street, Suite 109, Indianapolis, IN 46250-1545
(877) 883-5974
Offers a number of programs for children to develop leadership skills, get involved in community service, and helping others. Their program Key Club International is the largest high school service organization in the world.  They also offer scholarships and programs for students with disabilities

SAFE FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN - CENTRAL INDIANA
7168 Graham Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250
(317) 519-3839
Provides crisis and respite care for children whose parents are temporarily unable to care for them due to a short-term emergency, such as hospitalization, or a longer-term crisis, such as drug abuse, incarceration, homelessness, domestic violence, or unemployment. Care is provided in the homes of trained, volunteer host families. Children may stay in a Safe Families home as little as one night or as long as one year.

HAMILTON COUNTY YOUTH ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
2728 E. 171st St., Westfield, IN 46074  
317-804-3191 - info@youthassistance.org - youthasssitance.org
Services include referral to services for mental health counseling, medication management and parenting support classes for youth and families, coordination with mentoring programs, family/youth case management, food, clothing and financial assistance, camp and recreation opportunities, tutoring assistance, and attendance and truancy support.  If you have a need that Youth Assistance Program might be able to assist you with, please contact your school counselor and they can make the referral for services.

CARDIOVASCULAR AND DIABETES COALITION OF INDIANA (CADI)
615 N Alabama Street, Suite 426, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 456-7567
Offers programming to improve quality of care for those impacted by cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and stroke.  Also hosts community events to promote good health and cardiovascular disease prevention.

DINING WITH DIABETES
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907
(765) 494-4600
A program for diabetics and their caregivers to learn how to lessen the health risks of diabetes.  Offers four to five 2-hour lessons are taught weekly with an optional follow-up lesson.  Topics covered include food choice, diet planning, healthy cooking, portion control, medical indicator awareness, healthy activity levels for those with diabetes. Participants watch food preparation presentations, taste test, and take home recipes.

THE ARC OF INDIANA
107 N Pennsylvania Street, Suite 800, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 977-2375
Assists people with intellectual and developmental disabilities with programming to become more self sufficient.  They also provide resources for individuals raising a child with a disability.

FAMILY VOICES
445 N Pennsylvania Street, Suite 941, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 944-8982
Provides information, training, education, and peer support to youth and families of children with special health care needs as well as the professionals who serve them.

INSOURCE INDIANA  
1703 South Ironwood Drive, South Bend, IN 46613
(574) 234-7101
Provides resources to parents with children who have disabilities including educational tools on special education, bullying, extended school year services, transition to adult life, and more.

CENTRAL INDIANA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION   
615 N Alabama Street #119, Indianapolis, IN 46204-1498
(317) 684-0943
Provides leadership opportunities to help make Central Indiana a better community, helps donors with highly effective charitable giving, and awards grants to non-for-profits.

COALITION OF HOMELESSNESS INERVENTION AND PREVENTION  
3737 N Meridian Street, Suite 504, Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 630-0853
Offers advocacy and awareness programs to help put an end to homelessness.  They provide a permanent housing program, Transition in Place (TIP), where homeless families may obtain housing in the community through a lease in their own name while receiving supportive services and rental assistance for a specified duration of time.

IN OFFICE OF SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENURSHIP- COMMUNITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP INITIATIVE    
One North Capitol Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 234-2082
Works to preserve and rehabilitate historic properties in order to further incentivize downtown economic development. Individuals and organizations located on a designated Main Street city or town may be eligible to receive a grant.  Visit http://www.in.gov/ocra/cei.htm for more information.

LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION     
The Platform, 202 East Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 454-8486
Helps to transform distressed urban neighborhoods into healthy communities to live, work, do business, and raise families.  Facilitates programs and projects to increase livability, opportunity, vitality, and education in communities.

STELLAR COMMUNITES PROGRAM OF INDIANA Stellar      
http://www.stellarindiana.org/
An initiative that develops community investment plans, promotes partnerships, and implements comprehensive solutions to address local challenges for community economic development, housing, transportation, and overall quality of life.

ATTERBURY JOB CORPS CENTER
PO Box 187, Edinburgh, IN 46124
(800) 733-5627 National Recruitment Hotline
(812) 314-6000 Atterbury Admissions Office
Offers a no-cost, residential education and career training program for young people ages 16-24. This Department of Labor program can help participants earn a high school diploma or GED, learn a trade, and find and keep a good job. Career training focuses on manufacturing, automotive, and construction fields.

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE - NORTH
7 Launch Way, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 721-2734
Provides members with prejob guidance including job search strategies and emphasizes diversity in career
searching. Offers opportunities to participate in classes, seminars, and workshops.

FOREST MANOR MULTI-SERVICE CENTER
5603 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218
(317) 545-1204
Provides job readiness, job placement, and job retention assistance for individuals facing extreme barriers to
employment, such as poor work history, lack of education, or criminal records. Participants develop skills around resumes, job applications, interviewing, and communication in the workplace. This program targets unand underemployed adults, including young adults (ages 16-30) and ex-offenders.

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL INDIANA
1635 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 524-4313
Provides work-readiness training, job placement services, financial literacy programs, and a resource center with computers for job search and resume/cover letter writing.

HAMILTON COUNTY DIVISION OF FAMILY RESOURCES
1101 South 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(800) 403-0864
Provides education, training, and job-placement services to help recipients of SNAP (food stamps) and TANF (cash assistance) achieve economic independence. Case managers work with individuals to develop an
individualized self-sufficiency plan. Limited supportive services, such as transportation and child-care
reimbursement, may be available. Participation in the IMPACT program is mandatory for some TANF and SNAP recipients.

INDIANAPOLIS REGIONAL OFFICE, VETERANS' BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION (VBA)
575 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(800) 827-1000 Toll-Free
Provides rehabilitation and job retraining to veterans who are disabled. After initial application (VA28-1900), those whose service-related disability is rated 10% or higher, or whose disability not related to service is rated 20% or higher, may be eligible for services.

INDYPENDENCE JOB CORPS CENTER
222 East Ohio Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(800) 733-5627 National Recruitment Hotline
(317) 524-6788 Admissions Office
Offers a full-time education and job-training program for women ages 16-24. Business technology and certified nursing assistant (CNA) programs are available, as well as GED or high school diploma assistance (if needed), career planning, and life skills classes. Participants receive a basic living allowance, health and dental care, a daily meal, and transitional assistance upon graduation. Length of participation is generally 8-24 months. This is not a residential program; the center can help participants secure affordable child care.

JANUS DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
1555 Westfield Road, Noblesville, IN 46062
(317) 773-8781
Provides job training opportunities for persons with developmental disabilities through sheltered employment in a controlled environment. Clients earn an hourly wage commensurate with their productivity. No referral necessary.

NATIONAL ABLE NETWORK, INDIANA HEADQUARTERS
3737 North Meridian, Suite 404, Indianapolis, IN 46208
(855) 994-8300
Provides paid, on-the-job training to low-income adults, age 55 or older, throughout Indiana. Clients are matched with participating social service agencies, where they develop job skills while working up to 20 hours per week earning minimum wage. The goal of the program is to move individuals into permanent employment.

NOBLE OF INDIANA, NORTH
12220 Hancock Street, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 375-2700 Main Office
(317) 815-6236 Community Employment
Assists people with disabilities in finding and keeping jobs in the community. Provides on-the-job training and ongoing support.

PREVAIL
1100 South 9th Street, Suite 100, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-6942 Office
(317) 776-3472 Crisis Line
Provides employment services to address the long-term self-sufficiency needs of victims of crime or abuse, including domestic violence. Helps clients identify career and employment goals and gain the education or training to achieve those goals. Works to eliminate barriers that may deter clients from successful employment. Services include career counseling; employment workshops; financial fairs; and assistance with job search, resume writing, interviewing, and job applications.

USA CARES
562 North Dixie Boulevard, Suite 3-B, Radcliff, KY 40160
(800) 773-0387
Provides job search assistance for veterans and active duty military personnel.

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES - AREA 12
222 East 10th Street, Suite A, Anderson, IN 46016
(765) 643-7413
(877) 284-5052 Toll-Free
Provides a range of employment services for persons with physical or mental impairment. Applicants receive
assessment to determine eligibility and vocational rehabilitation needs. Eligible persons may receive
counseling and guidance, referrals to vocational training and placement programs, and funding for rehabilitation services as appropriate to achieve an employment goal.  This office serves Hamilton County, Madison County, and parts of Marion County.

WORKONE EXPRESS - FISHERS, HAMILTON COUNTY
10204 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 841-8194
(877) 674-3671 Toll-Free
Provides employment information, skill assessments, job search assistance, career counseling, and access to
computers, printers, copiers, and other tools needed in the job search process. Individuals may use these
services on their own or ask for staff support. WorkOne also offers workshops; job training programs; tuition
scholarships; and special services for veterans, older workers, and workers with disabilities.

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB NOBLESVILLE
1448 Connor Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-4372
Provides opportunities and education programs for youth to help shape character and enrich lives.  Offers programing for children in kindergarten all the way up to 12th grade.  Additionally they have after school programs, summer programs, and holiday programs.

GOOD SAMARITAN NETWORK  
12933 Parkside Drive, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 842-2603
Assists the underserved and at-risk individuals and families in Hamilton County. Offers emergency or crisis intervention for: housing and utility assistance, food insecurities, car repairs, medical and prescription assistance, as well as educational opportunities for improving individual independence.

UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL INDIANA   
3901 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 923-1466
Works to assist with education, financial stability, and health needs in the community.  Offers programming to people of all ages for financial assistance, educational tutoring, volunteer opportunities, among other things.

HEALTH BY DESIGN    
401 W Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 352-3844
Ensures that communities throughout Indiana have neighborhoods, public spaces and transportation infrastructure that promote physical activity and healthy living.  They run a number of events and projects for members in the community to become involved with their initiatives.

HOOSIER ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL     
3951 N Meridian Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 685-8800
As a leading educator and advocate for environmental issues, they work to protect forests, groundwater, and lakes throughout Indiana.  They provide limited technical assistance to groups and individuals harmed by environmental pollution.

HOUSING AND NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT (HAND)     
401 N Morton Street, Bloomington, IN 47404
(812) 349-3420
Develops programs, services, and partnerships to preserve community character, promote affordable housing and encourage neighborhood vitality for Bloomington residents. Services include code enforcement, inspection of rental housing, affordable housing, neighborhood services, and historic preservation.

FOODBANK OF NORTHWEST INDIANA
2248 W 35th Avenue, Gary, IN 46408
(219) 980-1777
Offers hunger relief programs to men, women, and children, throughout the northwestern Indiana region.  The BackPack program offers food for children to take home with them on the weekend or for school vacations and the Summer Food Service Program provides food to students during the summer months.  They also serve through mobile pantries.

INDIANA HEALTHY WEIGHT INITIATIVE  
615 North Alabama Street, Suite 426, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 456-7565
Works to support systems, policy and environment changes in Indiana to improve nutrition, physical activity and obesity. Learn more about becoming a member of the Indiana Healthy Weight Initiative at http://www.indianaobesity.org/join-us/.

CARMEL MERCIFUL H.E.L.P. CENTER   
1045 W 146th Street, Suite A, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 663-4039
Assists Hamilton County residents in need with food, furniture, clothing, baby supplies, car seats, school supplies, winter coats, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, household repair, and financial aid.

FISHERS YMCA   
15 N Alabama Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 266-9622
A community gym offering a variety of amenities such as child care, preschool classes, group fitness classes, wellness coaching, exercise machines, swim lessons, sport leagues, day camps, and indoor and outdoor pools.

GLEANERS FOOD BANK    
3737 Waldemere Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46241
(317) 925-0191
Provides food to those affected by hunger through family, youth, senior, and mobile programs. Community Cupboard allows eligible Indiana residents to visit once a week to receive the food they need through a grocery shopping experience.

MASTER GARDENER PROGRAM     
625 Agriculture Mall Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2010
(765) 496-7956
A volunteer training program to educate those interested in gardening. In exchange for training, program participants are required to volunteer one hour of service for each hour of training.  Service includes teaching youth classes, fundraising, demonstration gardens, writing newsletters, and answering gardening questions over the phone.

A GIVING TREE
17338 Westfield Park Road, Suite One, Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 804-2176, www.AGivingTree.info
Provides community pantry, community garden, school supplies and backpacks, and more.

ANGELS' ATTIC
105 East Main Street, Arcadia, IN 46030
(317) 622-8842
Provides food, hygiene products, baby formula, diapers, and baby wipes to persons living in Jackson Township of Hamilton County (or by written referral).

AROMA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
16301 East 281st Street, Atlanta, IN 46031
(765) 552-7465
Provides food and toiletries to persons in need who live in White River Township or Jackson Township in northern Hamilton County. Toiletries may also be available. Referrals given for other agencies, if needed. Limit one visit per month.

BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH
20650 Cumberland Road, Noblesville, IN 46062
(317) 773-4315
Provides 40 items of groceries and personal hygiene products per household each month. Service is limited to Hamilton County households with a referral from a social service agency.  Provides baby items such as diapers, formula, baby furniture, and car seats for persons in need in Hamilton County. WIC participation or referral from a social service agency required.

CARMEL FRIENDS CHURCH
651 West Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 846-5090
Provides a food pantry to all in need in Hamilton County and surrounding area.

CARMEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
621 South Rangeline Road, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 844-7275
Provides food and other miscellaneous items for persons in need in Hamilton County. Clients may visit the pantry one time per month.

CHOICE FOOD PANTRY / GRACE CARE CENTER
5504 E. 146th St. Noblesville, IN 46062
(317) 848-2722 - http://gracechurch.us/care/care-center/
Offers immediate relief to people in the local community by providing food and toiletries to families on a weekly basis.

CHRIST COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH
772 North 10 Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2719
Provides food and gently used clothing to persons living in Hamilton County.

CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
20854 Lamong Road, Sheridan, IN 46069
(317) 362-6890 Food Pantry Coordinator
Provides fresh, frozen, and canned food to persons in need.  Some paper products, and hygiene products, usually available; diapers available occasionally. Serves Boone and Hamilton County; limit one visit per month.

CICERO CHRISTIAN CHURCH
1715 Stringtown Pike, Cicero, IN 46034
(317) 984-4653
Offers nonperishable food for persons in need in Hamilton County. Clients may use the pantry once every two weeks.

CICERO UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
100 East Jackson Street, Cicero, IN 46034
(317) 984-4971 Church Office
(317) 445-3022 After-Hours Pantry Phone
Provides emergency food to Hamilton County households in need. Food may include nonperishable items, milk, bread, and frozen meals.  Soup kitchen provides a free hot meal on Wednesday evenings, January
through November, for persons in need in Hamilton County.  An optional children's ministry follows the meal.

DELAWARE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, HAMILTON COUNTY
9090 East 131st Street, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 842-8595
Offers food, toiletries, and hygiene supplies to persons in need who live in Delaware, Fall Creek, or Wayne Township in Hamilton County.

DIVISION OF SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY NUTRITION PROGRAMS, INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION

www.doe.in.gov
Provides nutritious, free meals for youth on weekdays during the summer at parks, schools, churches, playgrounds, and other community sites throughout Indiana. Each site serves two meals (usually breakfast and lunch) or one meal and one snack per child, per day. A compete list of locations is
available online or by calling 2-1-1.

FAITH APOSTOLIC CHURCH
603 South White Street, Sheridan, IN 46069
(317) 371-7679 Food Pantry Coordinator
Provides nonperishable and frozen food for persons in need.

FALL CREEK TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, HAMILTON COUNTY
11595 Brooks School Road, Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 841-3180
Provides nonperishable canned and boxed goods to persons in need in Fall Creek Township of Hamilton
County.

FISHERS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
9691 East 116th Street, Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 849-1805
Offers a food pantry to persons in need in Hamilton County. Clients may use the food pantry once every 30
days. Clients receive a week's worth of food, laundry, and hygiene products.

GIVE-IN GAME PROGRAM (WEB-BASED)
www.dnr.in.gov/giveINgame
Provides a website to connect hunters who have extra deer meat (venison) with people who could use the venison to feed themselves and their families. Program participants share contact information through the GiveIN website and make their own arrangements to transfer the meat. All deer meat must be given away free of charge; it is illegal for persons in Indiana to sell, trade, or offer to buy wild animals or wild animal meat.

GREEN VALLEY CHURCH OF CHRIST
19005 Cumberland Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-4308
Provides food to Hamilton County persons in need. A written referral is required. Clients may visit the pantry once every 30 days; Goodwill clothing vouchers and cleaning supplies are sometimes available.

HAMILTON COUNTY HARVEST FOOD BANK
PO Box 881, Noblesville, IN 46061
(317) 439-9875
Solicits, collects, and stores donated food and critical grocery products and redistributes them only to charities feeding the hungry at no charge. Agencies served by the food bank may include soup kitchens, emergency food pantries, shelters, and senior centers.

HAZEL DELL CHRISTIAN CHURCH
14501 Hazel Dell Parkway, Carmel, IN 46033
(317) 846-9828
Offers a food pantry for those in need. A typical family will receive four bags of food, including fresh produce, bread products, and hygiene products as available.

LIVE THE WAY
10232 Cumberland Pointe Boulevard, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 674-3012
Provides emergency food to Hamilton County families in need. Food is provided in the form of groceries delivered to the home or to an alternate location by arrangement.

MARION ADAMS MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
206 East 2nd Street, Sheridan, IN 46069
(317) 758-1338
Provides emergency food assistance for residents of the Sheridan school district, including Marion Township in Boone County and Adams Township in Hamilton county. Written or phone referral required from social service agency, township trustee, or a church.

MEALS ON WHEELS OF HAMILTON COUNTY
395 Westfield Road, Suite 601A, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-7159
Delivers nutritious, midday meals and optional sack dinners to elderly, disabled, and homebound persons in Hamilton County. Financial assistance for the cost of meals may be available. Clients who need assistance with the cost of feeding their pets can request dry dog or cat food delivered with their meal. Volunteers welcome.

MERCIFUL HELP CENTER
1045 West 146th Street, Suite A, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 663-4039
Provides food for Hamilton County persons in need. Pantry may be used once per month.

NOBLESVILLE FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
2051 Monument Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2500
Provides a free dinner every Thursday evening at the church. No income guidelines; everyone is welcome. Meal must be eaten on site.

NOBLESVILLE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, HAMILTON COUNTY
836 Division Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-0249
Provides nonperishable food to persons in need in Noblesville Township of Hamilton County.

OPEN DOORS OF WESTFIELD WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP
110 Jersey Street, Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 896-5094
Provides food, adult and children's clothing, and hygiene products to low-income persons living in Washington Township of Hamilton County. Assistance is limited to once every 30 days.

PRIMELIFE ENRICHMENT
1078 3rd Avenue Southwest, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 803-6042 CICOA Meals and More
Offers a hot, nutritious lunch four days a week for area seniors. One day advance notice required. Small donation requested.

SACRED HEART OF JESUS CATHOLIC CHURCH
410 South Pearl Street, Cicero, IN 46034
(317) 984-2115
Offers a food pantry for persons in need in Hamilton Heights School District of Hamilton County. Clients may
visit the pantry once every 30 days.

SAINT LOUIS DE MONTFORT
11441 Hague Road, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 842-6778
Provides a food pantry to persons in Hamilton County and select zip codes in northern Marion County. Clients may use the pantry once every 30 days.

SAINT MARIA GORETTI CATHOLIC CHURCH
17102 Spring Mill Road, Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 867-3213 Ext. 1227
Provides perishable and nonperishable food to Hamilton County households in need. Diapers and baby items (other than formula) may sometimes be available. Service is limited to once every 30 days.

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL CENTER, HAMILTON COUNTY
1391 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-7608
Provides a food pantry with nonperishable food for persons living in Hamilton County. Limited to one visit per week.

SMART CHOICE FOOD HOST SITE - CICERO CHRISTIAN CHURCH
1715 Stringtown Pike, Cicero, IN 46034
(317) 984-4653
Provides pre-packed boxes of food at discounted prices once each month to persons who have placed an order. Customers select their choice of perishable and nonperishable food, meat, produce, snacks, juices, or
single-serving convenience meals. Boxes are ordered in advance online or at designated host sites, and picked up at the designated host site.

THIRD PHASE
15755 Allisonville Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-5100
Provides food to Hamilton County persons in need.  Clients may visit the food pantry once every 30 days.

WHITE RIVER CHRISTIAN CHURCH
1685 North 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2233
Provides food each week for persons in need in Hamilton County.  Soup kitchen serves a hot meal for community members in need. Food is prepared and served by volunteers.

EXCEL CENTER
www.excelcenter.org
The Excel Center, a free public school for adults looking to earn a Core 40 diploma, offers adults a second chance. There are Hamilton County and 6 Marion County locations + Anderson, Kokomo, Lafayette & Richmond.

FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES INFORMATION
402 W. Washington Street P.O. Box 7083, Indianapolis, IN 46207-7083
(317) 233-0826
Provides Indiana families with services and programs for aging, disabilities, early learning/child care, mental health and addiction, Medicaid and health care plans, and family resources.

FEDERAL CITIZEN INFORMATION CENTER
1275 1st Street Northeast, Washington, DC 20417
(800) 333-4636 National Contact Center
Answers questions and provides information about federal government jobs, grants, loans, and services as well as a variety of other government and consumer issues. Provides contact information for federal agencies as well as for both state and federal elected officials. Information is available by phone, live chat, email, online, and in printed or downloadable directories.

HEART AND SOUL CLINIC  
202 Penn Street, Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 804-5782
Provides free, non-emergency health examinations for acute medical issues, sports/work/camp physicals, and ongoing care management for some chronic health issues. The organization covers the cost of most lab work and prescriptions.

HOPE FAMILY CARE CENTER   
270 W Jackson Street, Cicero, IN 46034
(317) 984-3444
Provides medical care for adults and children, flu shots, adult physicals, school & sports physicals, assistance with social services, well-child exams and checkups, Christ-centered counseling for individuals and families, patient assistance with medications, and ACUTE dental services for ages 12+.

INDIANA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
2 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(855) 435-7178 Family Helpline
Provides information and referral services to Hoosiers in need of resources such as prenatal care, health and dental care, shelter, food, utility assistance, literacy programs, high school equivalency programs, vocational programs, and more.  Provides information and referral to public assistance programs, including WIC, TANF, CCDF, SNAP (food stamps), and Medicaid. Maintains lists of Medicaid/Hoosier Healthwise medical, dental, and transportation providers. Offers support and advocacy to help Indiana families access the services they need.

INDIANA STATE INFORMATION CENTER
402 West Washington Street, W160A, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 233-0800 English/Spanish
(800) 457-8283 Toll-Free
Offers information on state programs and services.

INDIANA STATE REFUGEE HEALTH PROGRAM   
(317) 233-1325
http://www.in.gov/isdh/24668.htm
Provides resources for refugees in Indiana and their health care providers including the Overseas Medical Exam, Adjustment of Status Green Card Exam, Domestic Refugee Screening, and health education materials. Also provides international contacts and government agencies for additional refugee assistance.

UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES (USCIS) - NEBRASKA SERVICE CENTER
850 "S" Street, Lincoln, NE 68508
(800) 375-5283 Service Center
Provides information and resources for legal immigrants and the organizations that serve them. Offers applications for Green Card, naturalization, asylum, and other immigration requests. Offers settlement information to address questions concerning everyday life in the United States, as well as study material for those studying to become US citizens. Handles issues of international adoption and humanitarian benefits.

THIRD PHASE CHRISTIAN CENTER
15755 Allisonville Rd, Noblesville, IN
(317) 773-5100 - www.thirdphase.org
Offers emergency emergency shelter for single men and women for up to 30 days, transitional housing for women needing additional support to move from an emergency shelter to independent living for up to one year, food pantry, and thrift store for the clients of Third Phase.

TUCK
www.tuck.com/sleeping-homeless/#in
Tuck.com discusses the difficulties the homeless face trying to secure safe and adequate sleep.  Page includes resources for individuals seeking homeless shelters in Indiana outside Hamilton County.

AMERICAN LEGION POSTS
www.legion.org
(800) 433-3318 Customer Service
Offers emergency financial assistance to eligible veterans to provide for the basic needs of their minor children, including shelter, utilities, food, clothing, and medical care. Application is available through local American Legion posts. All applications are considered individually; assistance is not guaranteed.

INDIANA FORECLOSURE PREVENTION NETWORK
www.877GetHope.org
(877) 438-4673 GET HOPE
Offers assistance in paying mortgage and related expenses to eligible homeowners who have recently experienced unemployment, through no fault of their own. Related legal services and lender dispute resolution assistance may also be available. Recipients participate in approved housing counseling, job training, education, and/or volunteer work while receiving assistance.

IU HEALTH SAXONY HOSPITAL
13000 East 136th Street, Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 678-2000
Offers medical services including emergency medicine, heart and vascular care, orthopedics, sports medicine, radiology and imaging, sleep disorders, anesthesiology, pathology and lab services, pediatrics, physical therapy and rehabilitation, women’s health, and hospitalist.

JANE PAULEY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS  
1210B Professional Medical Arts Building, Suite 300, Anderson, IN 46011
(765) 298-5263
Provides medical care including primary care, pediatric, and OB/GYN, dental care, and behavioral health care including counseling and support services.  The organization also offers assistance for patients with qualifying income, family sizes, and for children.

MATTHEWS 25 CENTER  
1045 West 146th Street, Suite A, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 663-4039
Houses the Merciful H.E.L.P. Center and Trinity Free Clinic to serve men and women in need in the community.  Located on the campus of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church.

MERCIFUL HELP CENTER
1045 West 146th Street, Suite A, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 663-4039
Offers one month of payment assistance with a gas, electric, water, rent, or mortgage bill for eligible Hamilton County residents with a referral from their township trustee. Used vehicles or vehicle repair assistance may also be available for those who qualify.

MINORITY HEALTH COALITION   
1407 Arrow Ave, Anderson, IN 4601
(765) 641-8075
Provides programs and services to reduce infant mortality, HIV/AIDS, unintentional injuries, smoking cessation, mental health and addiction.  They also provide development services for organizations to help provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services.

PARTNERSHIP FOR HEALTHY HAMILTON COUNTY   
12933 Parkside Drive Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 842-2603
Provides programs for Hamilton County residents on medical care, nutrition, food disparities, as well as giving them tools to become stronger advocates for good health. They also focus on establishing initiatives to collaborate with state, county and local organizations to improve access and reduce barriers to health care.

RIVERVIEW HEALTH CLINIC    
395 Westfield Road, Suite B, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-9400
Provides medical services including primary care, pediatrics, orthopedics, women’s health, urology, radiology, maternity, and emergency services among others.  Nutritional counseling is also offered as well as yoga, swim, boxing, and other exercise classes.  Additional programming such as suicide loss support groups, breastfeeding support groups, and adolescent pregnancy, among others.

RURAL AND URBAN ACCESS TO HEALTH CENTER AT ST. VINCENT
8424 Naab Road, Building 1, Suite 1A, Indianapolis, IN 46260
(317) 338-46260
Helps individuals find a doctor, apply for health coverage programs, connect to community resources and agencies, as well as providing prescription assistance programs.

SALVATION ARMY HAMILTON COUNTY SERVICE EXTENSION
320 Kings Lane, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 691-2454
Provides assistance for Hamilton County individuals and families in crisis who have been referred by their township trustee. Depending on funds, assistance may be available for rent, gas bills, electric bills, water bills, prescription assistance, or other emergency financial needs. Persons seeking assistance must contact their township trustee.

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL CENTER, HAMILTON COUNTY
1391 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-7608
Provides limited financial assistance with rent, utility bills, or medical prescriptions; provides clothing, furniture, and other household goods at no cost. Application must be by written referral from a Hamilton County township trustee.  Assistance is limited to once every 12 months.

ST. VINCENT FISHERS HOSPITAL
13861 Olio Road, Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 415-9000
Offers a number of medical services including immediate and emergency care, cardiovascular, orthopedics, women’s health, children’s health, urology, surgery, rehabilitation, outpatient services, medical imaging, maternity, and cosmetic.

TOP 10 COALITION  
615 N Alabama Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 266-9622
Offers the opportunity for Indiana residents to get involved in creating healthier community through programming to take part in and promote.

CICOA AGING AND IN-HOME SOLUTIONS
4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46205
(317) 254-3660 Aging and Disability Resource Center
Provides information and referral services for Central Indiana seniors and persons of any age with disabilities. Uses a network of community resources to refer clients and their families to services, including housing options, home delivered meals, personal care services, adult day services, respite care, and more.

COMMUNITY ACTION OF GREATER INDIANAPOLIS (CAGI) - HAMILTON COUNTY
1109 South 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2221
Serves as an application and re-certification site for the Section 8 Choice Voucher program in Hamilton County. This program provides government-subsidized housing for eligible low-income persons. The waitlist for Section 8 in this area is currently closed. Persons already on the wait list must keep their contact information current to remain on the list.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF HAMILTON COUNTY
17902 US 31 North, Suite 4, Westfield, IN 46074
(317) 896-9423
Builds and sells homes for eligible low-income persons in Hamilton County. Clients agree to contribute 300 volunteer hours in the community and on home construction projects.  Homes are purchased through subsidized, no-interest mortgages. Volunteer opportunities available.

HOOSIER VETERANS ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION (HVAF)
964 North Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 951-0688
Provides on-site supportive services to homeless and near-homeless veterans. Services include household goods, drop-in shower facilities, housing and employment assistance, and financial benefits counseling. Food, clothing, and personal hygiene items may also be available.

INDIANA HOUSING NOW
www.indianahousingnow.org
(877) 428-8844
Provides detailed information about reasonably priced and/or subsidized rental options throughout Indiana. Callers and website visitors may search for housing by area, price, accessibility options, and more. Listings can also be sent by mail or fax.

NOBLESVILLE HOUSING AUTHORITY
320 Kings Lane, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-5110
Serves as an application and re-certification site for the Section 8 Choice Voucher program in Hamilton County. This program provides government-subsidized housing for eligible low-income persons. The wait list for Section 8 in this area is currently closed. Persons already on the wait list must keep their contact information current to remain on the list. A list of subsidized, income-based rental options in Hamilton County
that do not require a Section 8 Voucher is available by mail upon request.

O'CONNOR HOUSE
PO Box 1061 Carmel, IN 46082
(317) 844-9562 Office
(317) 999-5616 Intake Line
Provides a Christian-based residential group home for women who are experiencing a crisis pregnancy. The
women (and up to two preschool-aged children) may stay at the group home during their pregnancy and for a limited time after the birth. Clients receive physical and emotional support as they prepare to either parent their baby or go through the adoption process.

SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHABILITATION CENTER - INDIANAPOLIS
711 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 638-6585
Provides transitional housing and support services to men who are battling homelessness, poverty, unemployment, and/or chemical and substance dependency. Provides counseling, case management, and work therapy. Minimum stay is 6 months.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD)
451 7th Street Southwest, Washington, DC 20410
(800) 569-4287 Automated Referral Line
(800) 225-5342 FHA Resource Center
Provides referrals to HUD-approved housing counseling and foreclosure avoidance programs nationwide. Options include mortgage delinquency/default counseling, pre-purchase counseling, reverse mortgage counseling, rental housing counseling, home improvement/rehabilitation counseling, and more. Special
loans and refinancing plans may be available through participating agencies.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD)
402 West Washington Street, W384, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-4770
A voluntary home visitation program for at-risk families with children ages 0-5 years of age.  The program helps to promote healthy pregnancy practices, better parenting skills, and prevent negative birth outcomes.

HAMILTON CENTER MENTAL HEALTH
620 Eighth Avenue, Terre Haute, IN 47804
(317) 232-7844
Offers a public education program that uses simulations to demonstrate how to offer help in a mental health crisis and find appropriate professional, peer, and social care. It also teaches the risk factors and warning signs of anxiety, depression, substance use, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, and schizophrenia.

NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS (NAMI)  
2601 Cold Spring Road, Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 925-9399
Provides education classes, presentations, support groups, and outreach programs for people affected by mental illness. NAMI hosts several annual mental health awareness events.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY  
1121 W Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 274-7433
Offers adult, pediatric and orthodontic services.  Students who are in training to become dentists provide patient care under close supervision of IU’s faculty.  Also offers accommodations to patients with disabilities.

CARMEL FIRE DEPARTMENT
5032 E 131st Street, Carmel, IN
(317) 571-2600
Provides services including fire suppression, basic and advanced life support, ambulance transport services, a mobile integrated healthcare program, a technical rescue team, hazardous materials team, fire prevention, building inspections, fire investigation, community education, and training.  

CARMEL POLICE DEPARTMENT
Three Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 571-2500
Works to keep the Carmel community a safe place.  They also offer additional resource programs for residents including a business watch program, car seat safety, neighborhood crime watch, citizen police academy, and teen academy.

FISHERS FIRE DEPARTMENT
Two Municipal Drive Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 595-3200
Provides emergency medical services, including advanced life support, performs non-emergency calls for service, fire prevention and investigation, fire suppression and rescue services, urban search and rescue, water rescue and recovery, confined space and technical rescue, and public education.

INDIANA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
615 North Alabama Street, Suite 426, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 520-9340
Works to advance public health in Indiana by advocating for the best health policies, practices, and resources, as well as participating in public dialogue about health issues and legislation.  Learn about becoming a member by visiting https://inpha.org/membership/join-ipha/.

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES, HAMILTON COUNTY
Township trustees may be able to assist persons in need living in Adams Township of Hamilton County with basic needs, such as Food, Rent/mortgage, Medical care/insulin, Utilities, Household goods, Fuel oil/propane/coal, Clothing, Burial expenses, and/or Work transportation.  Assistance is at the discretion of the trustee. Denials of assistance may be appealed to the County Commissioner; information on appealing is included in the denial letter.  Contact your township trustee as follows:

  • ADAMS TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    201 South Main Street, Sheridan, IN 46069
    (317) 758-1029
  • DELAWARE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    9090 East 131st Street, Fishers, IN 46038
    (317) 842-8595
  • FALL CREEK TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE, HAMILTON COUNTY
    11595 Brooks School Road, Fishers, IN 46037
    (317) 841-3180
  • JACKSON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    506 West Main Street, Arcadia, IN 46030
    (317) 984-3826
  • NOBLESVILLE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    836 Division Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
    (317) 773-0249
  • WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    1549 East Greyhound Pass, Carmel, IN 46032
    (317) 574-9490
  • WHITE RIVER TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    12695 East 256th Street, Cicero, IN 46034
    (317) 984-9370
  • WAYNE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE
    19428 Prairie Baptist Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
    (765) 534-4062

HAMILTON COUNTY DIVISION OF FAMILY RESOURCES
1101 South 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(800) 403-0864

  • Helps low-income households pay for food. Eligible households are provided with a Hoosier Works electronic benefit transfer (EBT) card, which can be used at most grocery stores to purchase food only. Monthly allotments are added to the account at the beginning of each month. Benefit amounts vary by household size and income.  
  • Helps pay medical costs for children, pregnant women, persons with disabilities, and seniors in low-income households. Recipients choose a participating doctor for regular checkups, prenatal care, and medical treatment. Prescriptions, dental care, vision care, family planning services, mental health services, and medical transportation may also be covered. Persons receiving or approved for Medicaid may also be eligible for Medicaid burial benefits. 
  • Provides monthly financial assistance to low-income parents/caretakers of children when one or both parents are unable to provide adequate support. Eligible households receive a Hoosier Works EBT (electronic benefit transfer) card, with payments added to the account at the beginning of each month. Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) benefits vary according to household size and total household income, and are intended to cover basic needs only.

HAMILTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
18030 Foundation Drive, Suite A, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-8500
Works to prevent or control the spread of communicable diseases in Hamilton County. Offers low-cost and no-cost public health services including immunizations, lead testing, seasonal flu shots, tuberculosis testing, and pregnancy testing. Follows up on cases of communicable diseases. Provides counseling on HIV nfection and on sudden infant death (SIDS).

HAMILTON COUNTY WIC OFFICE
942 North 10th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-3445
Provides supplemental food vouchers, nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and referrals for pregnant, postpartum, or breastfeeding women and for children up to 5 years old.

ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION- INDIANA CHAPTER
50 East 91st Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240
(800) 272-3900
Provides support for people living with Alzheimer's disease including support groups, education programs, care consultation, clinical trials, health care providers, early stage programs, and additional local resources. They also have a 24/7 helpline.

CICOA

As the state’s largest Area Agency on Aging, CICOA serves Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties. CICOA’s mission is to empower older adults, those of any age with a disability and family caregivers to achieve the highest possible independence, dignity and quality of life. They do this by linking their clients with community-based resources to help them stay in control of their lives and out of institutional care.  CICOA publishes an annual Solutions Guide listing their many available resources.  

The organizations, programs and services listed in the Solutions Guide are continually changing. If you cannot find the resource you need in this directory or would like to discuss your situation with someone personally, please call CICOA’s Aging & Disability Resource Center. Options counselors are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., at 317-254-3660 or 800-432-2422.

INDIANA JOINT ASTHMA COALITION
615 North Alabama Street, Suite 426, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 520 9343
Provides information for schools, asthma patients and health care providers on controlling asthma, effects of the environment on asthma, and tools for decreasing problems associated with asthma.

AGNES INN BETWEEN
(317) 283-5730
Provides fully furnished, transitional housing for married couples with children, women with or without children, and men without children. Clients must have income from employment or disability (SSI), and be free of substance abuse.

ALTERNATIVES
PO Box 1302, Anderson, IN 46015
(765) 643-0200 Crisis Line
(866) 593-9999 Toll-Free
Provides emergency shelter and support services for women who have been victims of domestic violence.
Services for clients (and any dependent children) include lodging, meals, case management, emergency and
essential transportation, and advocacy. Crisis line available 24 hours per day. Primarily serves Hamilton,
Hancock, Henry, Madison, and Tipton County; serves as a secondary provider for Marion County.

CHILDREN'S BUREAU - GENE GLICK FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER
1575 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Street, Indianapolis,
IN 46202
(317) 634-5050
Offers emergency, temporary housing for children, birth through age 17, to provide relief for parents under stress as well as shelter for children who are homeless or at risk of abuse or neglect. Parents may voluntarily place children for one to several days. Program includes limited aftercare, support services, and referrals to community resources for assistance.

COBURN PLACE SAFE HAVEN
604 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205
(317) 923-5750
Provides safe, transitional housing for low-income women and their children who are homeless because of domestic violence. Supportive services, including youth services, are available without charge. Program participation may be 6 months to 2 years.

DESERT ROSE
PO Box 1754, Martinsville, IN 46151
(765) 342-7673
(888) 342-7673 Toll-Free
Provides a shelter for women who are fleeing a domestic violence situation or are victims of sexual assault. Secure accommodations are available to clients (and any dependent children) for up to two years, along with
support services and referrals to professional counseling, legal assistance, medical care, social services, and
employment. Accepts clients from across Indiana.

GOOD NEWS MINISTRIES FAMILY TRANSITIONAL SHELTER
2801 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201
(317) 638-2862 Central Desk
Ask for Family Shelter
Provides Christian-based transitional housing to help families achieve self-supported living. Furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments provided at no charge, including linens, dishes, and clothing, if needed. Participation in all aspects of program is required. Offers supportive services including budgeting, food preparation, life skills training, counseling, and Bible studies. Length of stay is up to 24 months or as determined on a case-by-case basis.

HOLY FAMILY TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
(317) 635-7830 Ext. 16
Provides low-cost transitional housing for families coming from a local homeless shelter or from a homeless
environment. Accepts married couples with or without children, one-parent families with children, and pregnant women. Offers an apartment setting, available for up to two years. Case management services are provided to help families transition into permanent housing. Referral from a homeless shelter is preferred but not required.

INDIANA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
1915 W 18th Street, Suite B, Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 917-3685
Provides domestic violence prevention programs, works to create more public awareness, offers survivor assistance and advocates for public policies to help their mission.

SALVATION ARMY RUTH LILLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S CENTER
540 North Alabama Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 637-5551 Emergency Shelter
Provides shelter for victims of domestic violence. Support services include legal assistance, domestic abuse support groups, on-site child care, assistance with finding housing, life-skills training, employment information, literacy classes, basic health care, substance abuse classes, and voluntary spiritual counseling. Families stay in a shared room; single women in semi-private accommodations. Male victims with children may be admitted, but space is extremely limited. Intake available 24 hours per day. Maximum stay is 45 days or as determined by casework plan.

STOPOVER SHELTER
Undisclosed Location, Indianapolis, IN 46201
(317) 635-9301
Provides a temporary, emergency shelter for youth ages 13-17 who are homeless, at-risk, or have run away from home. As a voluntary program, youth must be willing to enter the shelter and agree to attend school, participate in study time, counseling, and other program activities.  Average length of stay is 14 days.

THIRD PHASE
15755 Allisonville Road, Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-5100
Provides emergency shelter for Hamilton County adults and families referred by American Red Cross of Hamilton County, a local fire department, Hamilton County Senior Services, a township trustee, a church, or Connect2Help 2-1-1. Separate accommodations for males and females.  Provides supervised group living for adult women who are troubled, abused, or substance abusers. Call for information; no walk-ins.  Standard stay is three days.

TURNING POINT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES
PO Box 103, Columbus, IN 47202
(800) 221-6311 Crisis Helpline
Provides 30-45 days of emergency housing for women and men (with or without children) who have been
victimized by domestic violence or sexual assault. Food, clothing, and personal care items are provided, as are legal advocacy, case management, and children's programs.

WINGS (WOMEN IN NEED GROWING STRONGER) - QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE
PO Box 441383, Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 926-4357 Connect2Help Call 2-1-1
Offers emergency shelter to female or male victims of domestic violence, with or without children. The program includes individual case management. Program participants are encouraged to obtain a protective order against their abuser, but it is not required. The WINGS phone number is confidential; call 2-1-1 to be connected with the shelter.

IU HEALTH SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM
http://iuhealth.org/primary-care/smoking-cessation/
Provides education on tobacco, treatment information, referrals to specialists, and prescription medications.

INDIANA TOBACCO QUITLINE
(800) 784-8669
A free phone-based counseling service that helps Indiana smokers quit. Services are available 7 days-a-week in more than 170 languages. A trained coach will work with individuals and provide solutions tailored to individual needs.

FAIRBANKS HOSPITAL  
8102 Clearvista Parkway, Indianapolis, IN
(317) 849-8222
Provides alcohol and drug abuse treatment programs for adults, young adults, adolescents, and families. They also offer extended residential programs and assistance for cost and insurance of treatment programs.

COMMUNITY AND CONTINUING ADULT EDUCATION (Two Locations)
Day-time Classes: First Methodist Church, 2051 Monument St., Noblesville, IN (317) 773-2500
Evening & Day Classes:  Northview Middle School (enter Door #4), 8401 Westfield Blvd., Indianapolis, IN
For information and to register:  Call 317-259-5275
Free adult English classes!  Improve your ability to read, write, speak, and listen to English!  Morning, afternoon, and evening classes available.  Classes are two, three, or four days a week; you can expect to spend 7-12 hours a week in class.  Classes are free, but there is a $20 registration fee.  You must register to participate.

EASTER SEALS CROSSROADS - DEAF COMMUNITY SERVICES
4740 Kingsway Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46205
(317) 479-3240 Voice/TTY
Provides Sign Language Interpreting Services, case management, advocacy, information, and referrals to the
deaf community in Indiana. Can help clients with issues such as employment, finances, housing, and other basic needs. Provides information about rights and resources for persons with hearing impairments. A community room provides free access to a TTY, two videophones, and two computers.

LA PLAZA
8902 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46226
(317) 890-3292
Offers translation of written documents, such as driver's license, marriage license, diplomas, and birth certificates.

Grace Church
Monday nights.  Contact Grace Church for more information.

HAMILTON COUNTY EXPRESS
1555 Westfield Road, Noblesville, IN 46062
(317) 773-2688, EXT. 13
Operates affordable, on demand public transit system for Hamilton County.  It is available to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities in addition to the general public.

INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
1-(844) 480-0009
Provides assistance to Veterans for claims assistance, employment services, education, family assistance, and care to improve the quality of life for all Indiana Veterans and their families.  Help is offered to all veterans, active duty members, and family members to find employment and education.

MEDICAID TRANSPORTATION SERVICE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
1-800-457-4584
Provides transportation to and from medical services. Does not cover transportation-related charges, including parking fees, tolls, meals, or lodging for either members or their escorts.