"Who Can I Call?"This website lists references of local assistance from childcare to shelters, medical and mental health resources to educational and employment services coordinated by the Children's Bureau, Inc.
Indiana Family & Social Services Administration The FSSA resource guide is designed to help providers and community organizations connect those who are in need with services available. It contains information about programs provided and administered by FSSA and gives direction on how Hoosiers qualify to receive assistance from a variety of programs. The resource guide highlights a variety of programs (Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, HIP) and helps people walk through the various steps.
Indiana 211 Partnerships 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps Hoosiers across Indiana find the local resources they need - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Up to Parents - In the simplest terms, we show separated and divorced parents how to build their better futures by focusing on meeting their children's needs. We charge nothing, and our only hope is that increasing numbers of parents and professionals will see the overwhelming advantages of abandoning the idea of separation and divorce as disputes in favor of a truly child-focused way forward. Those goals are easier stated than accomplished, but we take a lot of joy and draw encouragement from grateful parents we hear from every day.
Aunt Bertha - Type in your zip code and the site brings up community resources for food, health, housing, job training and more for that specific area. Links to applications for assistance, contact information, categorized and cross-referenced. Very user friendly and easy to navigate.