Access Pass Program
Families enrolled in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Food stamps and Hoosier Healthwise Insurance can visit participating locations for just $2 per family member per visit, for up to two adults and dependent youth living in the household.
Adult Protective Services
Endangered adults are individuals who are 18 years of age or older who are incapable of managing self-care or property because of a physical or mental incapacity and who are harmed or threatened with harm as a result of neglect, self-neglect, battery, and/or exploitation.
Investigate to determine if an individual is an endangered adult; determine nature and extent of allegation; coordinate with law enforcement and other entities; monitor protective services for effectiveness; initiate criminal actions; advocate for the endangered party; facilitate emergency medical treatment, provide referrals for appropriate housing, in-home service, or other social services.
Hotline: (800) 992-6978
At Your School (AYS) Kids
Before and after school, Early Childhood, Summer Camp
Art With a Heart
Art therapy for children
2605 E. 25th Street, Suite 301, Indpls., IN 46218
Child Care Answers
Child Care Resource and Referral Agency
615 N. Alabama Street, Suite 300, Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 631-4643 or 1-800-272-2937
Child Care Provider Information from State of Indiana
Find providers as well as inspection and complaints reports
Children’s Bureau, Inc.
Provides case managers to assist families in developing and meeting specific family-centered goals and connects the family with local services.
1925 Crown Plaza Blvd., Plainfield, IN 46168
(317) 745-6496 or (866) 431-4451
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Connect2Help – Information and Referrals in Indiana
Deaf Community Services
4740 Kingsway Drive, Indpls., IN 46205
Help with selecting the right school for your child.
Family and Social Services Administration
Apply and learn about Food Stamps, TANF, Hoosier Healthwise
Find local offices
Division of FSSA
402 W. Washington Street, W 453, Indpls., IN 46204
Foundation for Autism Resources
Connects autism families with children (ages 2-12) to providers of ABA therapy (Applied Behavioral Analysis) that offer individualized home-based or hybrid programs with strong family involvement.
Global Competency- The International Center
Create a needs assessment report to identify intercultural needs within organizations. Design topic- or country-specific training programs to help the workforce efficiently and effectively communicate.
One Indiana Square, Suite 2000, Indianapolis, IN 46204
IN’s Not Buying It
Initiative to end sex trafficking by reducing demand for commercial sex and providing support for victims of human trafficking.
Indiana State Guardianship Association
Resources for Adult Guardianships
Indianapolis Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Offers assistance to those who have fallen upon times of hardship and personal crisis, including providing food, clothing and furniture, as well as financial assistance when funds are available.
Help Line at (317) 687-0169 or Spanish (317) 687-0167
Visit the Website for maps and schedules or call (317) 635-3344
Indy Parks & Recreation
Life Skills for People with Disabilities
Provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate and contribute within the community.
1555 Westfield Road, Westfield, IN 46062
Donates Clothes for children from newborn to age 16
For English: (317) 721-1664; For Spanish: (317) 721-5114
Indianapolis Bar Association
Available every second Tuesday of each month
Money Management for Youth in Transition
Neighborhood Alliance for Child Safety
c/o Children’s Bureau, Inc.
Our Family Wizard
Provides a neutral zone for parent communication to help manage the challenges of shared parenting.
Hope for Homeless Youth
Emergency Hotline: 1-877-686-3818
Outreach Office: (317) 951-8886
2822 E New York St., Indianapolis, IN 46201
PACE – Public Advocates in Community Re-Entry
2855 North Keystone Avenue, Suite 170
Indianapolis, IN 46218
Schedule Orientation by calling (317) 612-6800
Paths to Quality
Check the quality of your child’s child care.
Provides comprehensive services to individuals and families facing a wide spectrum of challenges.
1400 Hulman Street, Terre Haute, IN 47802
Safe Families for Children
Partner with local churches to deflect children from being put into the foster care system. Host Families serving in Central Indiana are supported by a team of volunteers, who provide services of transportation, mentoring, employment assistance or needed, tangible items such as diapers, car seats or meals.
2815 E 62nd St, Suite 160, Indianapolis, IN 46220
Safe Kids Worldwide
Shepherd Community Center
Several programs for youth and families on near eastside of Indianapolis
4107 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201
Post Adoption Services
Website (search SNAP)
Social Security Administration
Southeast Community Services
Offers resources to help find a career that will increase income, create a real budget that will allow for future savings, play for college or training for self or children, and assist in applying for benefits.
Youth after-school program for students in 3rd-12th grade; Monday-Thursday 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Contact for after-school program: email@example.com, (317) 510-0200
Traders Point Christian Church Park
6590 S Indianapolis Rd, Whitestown, IN 46075
Volunteers of America
Faith-based organization that provides life-changing services to enhance the physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual needs of individuals. Serve individuals transitioning from the correctional system, veterans, the elderly, and those dealing with chronic addiction and mental illness.
927 Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Shelter for Men: 520 East Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204; (317) 687-6795
Center for Women and Children: 3208 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46201; (317) 687-3630
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