Contact Info
Kids' Voice of Indiana
9150 Harrison Park Ct., Ste. C
Indianapolis, IN 46216

P (317) 558-2870 ext. 100
F (317) 558-2945
info@kidsvoicein.org
 
   
Community Resources
     

Community Resource List
This section contains a list of community resources which assist in family preservation and personal enrichment.

To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Marion County, call (317) 968-4300.
For Professional Hotline, call (317) 968-4378.
   
  Links:
  Note: Clicking on the" visit" link will open a new window to the selected website.
American Bar Association [visit]
ABA Center on Children and the Law
DOJ Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention [visit]
Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption [visit]
Indiana Pro Bono Commission [visit]
Indiana State Bar Association [visit]
Indiana Supreme Court Self Service Legal Center [visit]
National Center for Homeless Education at SERVE [visit]
Information pertaining to the educational rights of students in homeless situations and the McKinney-Vento Act.
   

Full Resource List: (also available in PDF to download)

To report suspected child abuse or neglect in Marion County, call (317) 968-4300.
For Professional Hotline, call (317) 968-4378.

Please click on the desired link below:
 
ALCOHOL AND DRUG REFERRALS
Alcoholics Anonymous
Call (317) 632-7864 for meeting schedule and locations.
   
Alpha Counseling
N.E.—3757 N. Post Rd., Indpls., IN 46226, (317) 899-2010
Avon—188 N. State Rd. 267, Suite 110, Avon, IN 46123, (317) 272-5340
   
Alpha Resources Counseling Center
East—5317 East 16th Street, Suite 8, Indpls., IN 46218
West—6531 W. Washington St., Indpls., IN 46241
South—539 Turtle Creek S. Dr., Suite 38, Indpls., IN 46227
Sliding fee scale:
Call Cherie W. Arbogast at (317) 784-3985
   
Broad Ripple Counseling Center
6208 N. College
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Call (317) 251-9111
Provides substance abuse counseling, drug education
   
Community Addiction Services of Indiana
Near Eastside Multi-Service Center
1040 E. New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Free assessment
Call (317) 633-8240 for appointment
Sliding scale fee for treatment
Noblesville, IN (317) 776-3478
Anderson, IN (765) 646-9213, ext. 132
   
Fairbanks Hospital
8102 Clearvista Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46256
(317) 849-8222 or (800) 225-4673
Free assessments for substance abuse
   
Fall Creek Counseling
North, South, and West locations
Call (317) 549-2146
Adult substance abuse counseling
Sliding scale fee
   
 
Family Service Association of Central Indiana
615 N. Alabama St., #320
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Call (317) 634-6341
7122 Woodland Drive
Call (312) 388-1782
Other: Boone County, Hamilton County, Hancock County and Morgan County Assessment and treatment programs for substance abuse
Sliding scale fee, flexible hours (evening)
   
Narcotics Anonymous
Call (317) 875-5459 (help line) for weekly meeting schedule
   
St. Francis Counseling Center
4770 S. Emerson Ave.
Indianapolis, IN46203
Call (317) 783-8983
Free substance abuse assessments.
Accepts insurance for counseling
No sliding fee scale
   
Salvation Army Harbor Light Center
Alcohol Treatment Unit Street
2400 N. Tibbs Ave
Indianapolis, IN
Call (317) 972-1450
Provides inpatient and outpatient substance abuse counseling for low-income persons.
Sliding scale fee
   
Sober Life Alternatives
2305 N. Meridian,
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Call (317) 925-
Provides testing and treatment
Other locations: Greenfield: 467-9149
Lebanon: (765) 483-9943
Noblesville: (317) 770-8041
ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES
Alpha Counseling
N.E.—3757 N. Post Rd., Indpls., IN 46226, (317) 899-2010
Avon—188 N. State Rd. 267, Suite 110, Avon, IN 46123, (317) 272-5340
   
Alpha Resources Counseling Center
East—5317 East 16th Street, Suite 8;
West—6531 W. Washington St.;
South—539 Turtle Creek S. Dr., Suite 38;
Sliding fee scale
Call Cherie W. Arbogast at (317) 784-3985
   
Broad Ripple/Fountain Square Counseling Center
6208 N. College
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Call (317) 251-9777 for both locations
Cost: sliding scale fee by week (no matter how many sessions) $20+
Insurance accepted if applicable (with diagnosis)
Evaluation Required (fee charged)
Classes include anger control management; domestic abuse; sexual offender
   
 
Fall Creek Counseling Center
North, West, and South locations:
2511 E. 46th Street, Indpls., IN 46205, (317) 549-2146 or (317) 549-9746
3500 Lafayette Road, Indpls., IN 46222, (317) 291-6360
1105 Prospect, Indpls., IN 46203, (317) 687-4860
6, 12, and 26 week programs
New set of classes start every six weeks
Sliding scale fee
Call for assessment and to register
   
Indpls. Counseling Center
2511 East 46th St., Bldg. T, Office 6
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Call (317) 549-0333
COUNSELING    
BHC Valle Vista
898 E. Main Street
Greenwood, IN 46143
(317) 887-1348 or 1 (800) 447-1348
No cost assessment and referral
   
Broad Ripple Counseling Center
6208 College Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Call (317) 251-9777
Treatment for chemical dependency, anger control, marriage and family, women’s issues, sex offenders, general emotional problems. Individual, group, family/couples, specialty groups, education, psychological testing, court evaluations and reports, referral to community-based self-help support and polygraph testing.
   
Fall Creek Counseling Center
North, South, and West locations
2511 E. 46th Street, Indpls., IN 46205, (317) 549-2146 or (317) 549-9746
3500 Lafayette Road, Indpls., IN 46222, (317) 291-6360
1105 Prospect, Indpls., IN 46203, (317) 687-4860
Adult domestic counseling
Sliding scale fee
   
Family Service Association of Central Indiana
615 N. Alabama St., #320
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Call (317) 634-6341
7122 Woodland Drive
Call (317) 388-1782
Other: Boone County, Hamilton County, Hancock County and Morgan County
Individuals, couples, parents, children, divorced persons.
Sliding scale fee, flexible hours (evenings)
   
Gallahue Mental Health Systems
Inpt: contact Community North
Outpt: Call (317) 621-7740
School Based Program: Call (317) 621-5719
Sliding scale fee (income verification required)
   
 
Indianapolis Counseling Center
2511 E. 46th St., Bldg. T., Office 6
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Call (317) 549-0333
For alleged offenders
   
Midtown Mental Health Family Growth Center
3171 N. Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Call (317) 941-5010
For victims and non-perpetrator parents
   
Home-Based Counseling
Family Works
3675 N. Washington Blvd., Indpls. IN 46205
Call (317) 923-4437
Court Ordered or Welfare
   
Mercury Center
Keystone, Greenwood and Anderson location
Call (317) 881-5050 to schedule an appointment
Center offers individual and family counseling.
   
Reach for Youth
5110 Madison Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Call (317) 788-4451
Family dysfunction, depression, divorce, abuse, attention deficit disorders, delinquency, school problems, and other disturbing behaviors. Assessment after interview with the family, offers brief interventions, and makes referrals. Offer family, parent-child, group, play therapy, crisis counseling.
Sliding scale fee
   
Salvation Army Domestic Violence Program
Salvation Army Family Service Center
540 N. Alabama Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Call (317) 637-5551
Sliding scale fee
PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING (for children and parents)
Dr. John C. Ehrmann
8555 Cedar Place Drive, Suite 113A, Indpls. IN 46240
Call (317) 257-5270
Closed Mondays
   
Dr. Randall Krupsaw
8945 N. Meridian St., Indpls. IN 46260
Call (317) 816-5600
 
Dr. Ruth Marshall
10585 N. Meridian St., Indpls. IN
Call (317) 580-4012
Dr. Bart Ferraro of Meridian Psychological Associates
4401 N. Central Ave., Indpls. IN 46205
Call (317) 923-2333
   
Paulette Carson, M.S.W.
9465 Counselors Row, Suite 258, Indpls. IN 46240
Call (317) 805-4895
   
CHILD SUPPORT    
Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
129 E. Market St., Indpls. IN 46204
Call (317) 327-1800
   
   
NEGOTIATION AND MEDIATION    
“Making Parents Advocates” Program of Meridian Psychological Associates
4401 N. Central Ave., Indpls. IN 46205
Call (317) 923-2333
Call Debra Mullins on Mondays
Must be court ordered
   
 
Indiana Association of Mediators
P.O. Box 21107
9000 Keystone Crossing, Indpls. IN 46221
1-800-571-0260
Provides information about and referral to agencies and private practitioners offering family mediation. Specially trained attorneys and mental health workers help couples resolve custody and financial issues prior to court appearance.
   
PARENTING CLASSES    
Alpha Resources Counseling Center
East - 5317 East 16th Street, Suite 8, Indpls., IN 46218
South – 539 Turtle Creek S. Drive, Suite 38, Indpls., IN 46227
West – 3901 West 30th Street, Suite B, Indpls., IN 46222
West – 6531 W. Washington Street, Indpls., IN 46241
Call (317) 784-3985
   
Community Addiction Services of Indiana & Parenting Classes
Near Eastside Multi-Service Center
1040 E. New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46202
Free assessment—Call (317) 633-8240 for appointment
Sliding scale fee for treatment
Noblesville, IN (317) 776-3478
Anderson, IN (765) 646-9213, ext. 132
   
Tough Love – Meeting @ United Methodist Church
9690 E. 116th Street
Indianapolis, IN
Call: Tim @ (317) 842-6183 or Terri @ (317) 826-0548
Tough Love is a self-help program for parents troubled by teenage behavior.
   
 
Family Service Association of Central Indiana
615 N. Alabama, Room 320
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Call (317) 634-6341
Parenting classes; parent education classes; friends and family group
   
Mercury Center
896 East Main Street
Greenwood, IN 46142
Call (317) 881-5050
Provides a ‘Parenting Out of Control Teen” group on Wednesday nights at the Greenwood, IN facility.
   
South Side Youth Program (Reach for Youth)
5120 Madison Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227
Call (317) 788-4451
3505 N. Washington Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN
Call (317) 920-5900
SUPERVISED VISITATION    
Domestic Relations Counseling Bureau (DRCB)
Individual contractors will provide supervised court-ordered visitation. Each person sets their own fee, policies, and procedures, and may request a court order prior to establishing visitation.
Call the DRCB office at 327-3858 for other names and numbers.
   
 
Kids’ Voice
Parent-Child Visitation Program
Program Director: Dena Baker
Call 558-2870 ext. 28
Evening hours available
Sliding scale fee
OTHER    
An-Nissa House
P O Box 22544
Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 822-9878
Provides supportive transitional housing for women leaving incarceration, recovering from substance abuse or leaving domestic violence.
   
Citizens Multi-Service Center
601 East 17th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218
Call (317) 926-2351
Center offers services for career development, case management/service coordination, emotional counseling, food pantry, information & referral, after-school programs, family and child therapy, and senior services. This center also has: Clean Sweep Program: Drug prevention program for youth age 10-14 years. I Ain’t the One: Pregnancy prevention and prevention of early sexual activity Respect Yourself: Pregnancy prevention program works with youth 10-17 years S.T.A.R.: Striving to Achieve Respect is a program serving youth and their families in partnership with I.P.S. schools.
   
Community Connection
2601 Cold Springs Road, Bldg. 8, Indpls., IN 46222 (317) 925-2658
360 S. Madison Ave., Suite 102, Greenwood, IN 46142
3015 R.J. Parkway, Franklin, IN (317) 736-4392
Community Connection is a new program offered by the Mental Health Association in Indiana. Community Connection offers supportive employment for persons with mental illness and developmental disabilities.
 
Family Service of Central Indiana
615 N. Alabama, Room 320
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Call (317) 634-6341
Offered services: Services for Older and Challenged Adults; “Skills for Living” Education; Family and Community Empowerment Services; Family Support and Intervention.
   
First Steps
2511 East 46th Street, Suite E-1
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Call (317) 257-2229
Provides free developmental assessment and treatment for infants through age three.
   
Vision USA
1-800-766-4466
Vision USA provides basic eye health and vision care free of charge to low-income individuals and family members who have no alternative way of obtaining care. Their headquarters are in St. Louis, MO; however, they work with eye professionals across the country. The basic guidelines are:
1) Someone in the household is working at least part time;
2) The person seeking care has no public or private insurance that covers eye exams;
3) The person has not had an eye exam in the last 2 years; and
4) The household is low-income and unable to pay for eye exams.
     
Note: If additional resources are needed, try searching on-line, calling other neighborhood community centers, or the United Way.
 
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