ASK – About Special Kids
Online Resource Directory for children with Special Needs
Birth Injury Guide
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Crisis & Suicide Intervention Service
Local (317) 251-7575
National 1-800-273-TALK (8255) / 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) / TTY 1-800-799-4889
The Damien Center
Free HIV testing and care services
26 North Arsenal Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46201
Easter Seals Disability Services
Offers Deaf Community Services, Medical Rehabilitation, Employment & Training, Autism Services, Children, Adult & Senior Services and Camping & Recreation
4740 Kingsway Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46205
First Steps – Division of FSSA
402 W. Washington Street, W 453, Indianapolis, IN 46204
MCH MOMS Helpline
The MCH MOMS Helpline mission is to reduce the infant mortality rate in Indiana by connecting families with access to available resources focused on improving the health of mothers and their children.
My Vax Indiana
View your child’s vaccination history online
Neighborhood Alliance for Child Safety
c/o Children’s Bureau, Inc.
Our highly trained nurses give expectant women valuable knowledge and support throughout pregnancy until their child reaches two years of age.
Provides primary care health services to the medically underserved, counseling as well
Hendricks Regional Health – Breastfeeding Friends
Mother-to-Mother Support Group
1000 East Main Street, Danville, IN 46122
Sycamore Services, Inc.
Provides individualized training and services to increase independence and enhance quality of life to individuals with disabilities.
Multiple locations including two in Marion County:
North Side – 7301 Georgetown Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46268; (317) 415-0334
South Side – 10 W Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46217; (317) 664-7076
The Jane Pauley Community Health Center
Provides primary health care with local partners to any and all individuals and families regardless of insurance status.
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.
Well Baby Wednesdays at Walgreens
6191 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220, (317) 257-6746
Every Wednesday from 10 AM to Noon
Offers breastfeeding help, breast pump rental, free baby weight check, and consultation with lactation or pharmacists.
WindRose Health Network
Offers Several Primary and Behavioral Health Services
Locations in Marion, Johnson and Bartholomew Counties
Visits are $20 per visit
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