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Child Care Development Fund:  Voucher program to fund child care

Area Five Agency on Aging

1801 Smith St.
Logansport, IN 46947
Contact: Hayli Crissinger, Program Coordinator   
Phone: 800-654-9421  Fax: 574-722-3447

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fees: none
Eligibility: Income at or below 127% of poverty guidelines.  Participant must be currently employed or in school or participating in the TANF-IMPACT Program.

Child Protective Services: Investigative process for reported allegation of abuse or neglect of any person under the age of 18.

Carroll County Division of Children’s Services
901 Prince William Road, Suite G
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2409   Fax: 765-564-6088

After hours contact 800-806-5556 or any local Law Enforcement Agency

Sarah Sailors, Director
Contact: Kathy Shank, Investigator            Darrel Noonkester, Investigator

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Any child under the age of eighteen who is experiencing any form of abuse or neglect.
Intake Procedure: Call 800-800-5556 and be prepared to give information specific to the child suspected of being abused or neglected

Childhood Immunizations: Immunizations for children belonging to Indiana CHIRP program.  Work with school nurses and programs.

Carroll County Health Dept.

101 W. Main St. (Courthouse)
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-3420

Contact: Joyce Sturdivant

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 12:00 pm
Intake Procedure: Call for an appointment
 
Childhood Immunizations: Immunizations for school-age children

Family Health Clinic of Carroll County
901 Prince William Rd. Suite A
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-3016                    Fax: 765-564-2608

eMail:  familyhealth@verizon.net
Hours: Monday and Thursday  8:30 am – 6:00 pm
 Wednesday  8:30 am – 5:00 pm
 Tuesday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
 Friday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Fees: sliding fee scale based on Federal Poverty Index
Intake Procedure: Call for an appointment

Head Start Federally funded pre-school program for children ages 3, 4, and 5.  It is based on the idea that all children share certain needs and can benefit from a total development program to meet those needs.  The goal is to develop and increase skills children need to deal successfully in their home, their school and their life.
 
Classes are located at Carroll Elementary School

Area IV Head Start               
1008 S. Fifth St.                
Frankfort, IN 46041               
Phone:    765-659-1100                    Fax: 765-659-4776

Contact: Brooke Carlson
   
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fees: Free to those at poverty level of 100% or below
Intake Procedure: Applications are taken first for any child who will turn 3 after August 1 and are 5 before July 31 of the year.  You will then receive a letter stating whether you qualify or not and if you will be put on a waiting list.  If a spot becomes available, or during the summer enrollment process, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment to fill out all of the necessary paperwork.

Outpatient Therapy: Individual, group and family counseling services to address a wide variety of emotional needs of children. We have staff addressing sexual abuse, ADHD, grief / loss and many other topics facing children

Wabash Valley Hospital MHC
1265 N. Bradford Dr.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2247                    Fax: 765-564-2249

Contact: Any support staff
Email for Director: ahunte@wvhmhc.org

Hours: Monday through Friday  8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Fees: based on income and insurance
Intake Procedure: Call for paperwork or open intake on Thursday

Logansport Area Joint Special Service:  Program specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a student identified as disabled in accordance with Federal and State Laws

Logansport Area Joint Special Services Cooperative (LAJSSC)
401 Tanguy St.
Logansport, IN 46947
Phone: 765-753-3315                    Fax: 765-739-0217

Contact: Thomas C. Adams

Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Children ages 3-21
Intake Procedure: Contact your local School Administrator
Additional Information: Parents, Physicians, and other interested individuals are urged to contact the Assistant Director of Special Services.  

Preventative Aftercare: Provide intensive home-based Case Management to families referred by the Division of Children’s Services and / or the Probation Dept.

George Jr. of Indiana Preventative Aftercare

P. O. Box 52
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-1375

Contact: Diana Kerrigan

Intake Procedure: Referred by DCS or Probation Dept.

Salvation Army – Angel Christmas:  Christmas for low income families

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 800-382-7556                    Fax: 765-564-4621
Contact: Kim Widner
Hours: call for appointment
Eligibility: income eligibility
Intake Procedure: call for appointment

School-based Case Management: Support in the school setting for children and adolescents with behavioral difficulties

Wabash Valley Hospital MHC

1265 N. Bradford Dr.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2247                    Fax: 765-564-2249
Contact: Tara Sprinkle or any support staff
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Fees: based on income and insurance
Eligibility: Must be a student at Delphi or Carroll School District
Intake Procedure: Call for paperwork or referral from the school.  There is also open intake on Thursday
Additional Information: We also run a summer Social Skills group from June to August

Transitions ProgramAn intensive family development program designed to help families meet life’s challenges. Advocate for families to community services.

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

660 N. 36th St.
Lafayette, IN 47905

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4727, Lafayette, IN 47903
Phone: 800-382-7556                    Fax: 765-447-6862

Contact: Adrienne Glatz
Fees: None
Population Served could be any of the following: Families with children under age 18; women pregnant for the first time, or families where the children have been removed by the courts and have family reunification as an option
Intake Procedure: Call for Intake
Additional Information: Family Development Consultants partner with families to learn about their lives, develop realistic goals, meet challenges and foster dreams.  Action plans and support systems are developed to assist the family in the achievement of self-sufficiency.  Meetings are home based and hours flexible around school or work.

Well Child Check Pediatric and family nurse practitioners provide preventative check on children birth to 18

Family Health Clinic of Carroll County
901 Prince William Rd. Suite A
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-3016                    Fax: 765-564-2608
eMail:  familyhealth@verizon.net

Hours: Monday and Thursday  8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday  8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Fees: sliding fee scale based on Federal Poverty Index
Intake Procedure: Call for an appointment

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC):  Support for low income women and children up to age five who are at nutritional risk by providing food vouchers to supplement diets for pregnant women, post partum women, infants and children. 
       
WIC
901 Prince William Road Suite B
Delphi, In 46923

Mailing Address: P. O. Box 244, Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2048    Fax: 765-564-2048(During Office Hours)
Contact: Misty Wheeler, RN

Hours: Tuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm     Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age 5 who have nutritional risk and meet income guidelines.
Intake Procedure: Person applying must be present and provide proof of identification, proof of address, and have income screening.  Then RN will do a nutrition screening.
Additional Information: If eligible, then you will receive vouchers for milk, juice, eggs, cereal, and cheese for moms and children.  If breastfeeding, the mother will receive more food.  If baby needs formula, vouchers will be provided for formula.
 

Clothing


CDC Thrift Shop: Provides another avenue for subsidizing programs for children and adults. This operation has also raised community awareness, provided a valuable service to the community by offering affordable clothing, furniture, and housewares, as well as provide a training site for individuals who are interested in retail work.

CDC Resources, Inc.

5053 Norway Road,
Monticello, IN 47960
Phone: 574-583-7590

Hours: Monday through Saturday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Clothing Center

Clothing Center
Monticello Seventh Day Adventist Church
11407 W 1158 N
Monticello, IN 47960

Hours: Wednesday 9:00 am – 12:00 noon

Deacon’s Closet: Clean, used clothing is available to our neighbors in Delphi and Carroll County in need.

Delphi First Presbyterian Church

213 N. Indiana St.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2371

Contact: Susan Stern, Church Secretary

Hours: Third Saturday of the month 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Basement of the church.
Fees: none required, although contributions are welcome
Additional Information: Gifts of reusable clothing are welcome. All contributions are used for the purchase of new undergarments.

Flora Thrift Shop

Flora Thrift Shop
11 S. Center St.
Flora, IN 46929
Hours: Monday and Friday 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Friday and Saturday 10:00am – 12:00 pm

Contact:
Judy Ayres - 574-967-3772

Jacob’s Closet: Assist families with needed items. Besides clothing, they have some dishes, small appliances, etc.

Freedom Center
101 W. Front St.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-4410

Hours: contact the Freedom Center for hours
Additional Information: Also assists people who were released from jail and starting over. They can assist in emergency situations like fire or flood where people have lost belongings.
 


  Financial  


Agape Fund:  Financial assistance with a maximum of $50 every six months

Delphi United Methodist Church
118 N. Union St.
Delphi, IN 46923

Contact: Kim Aldrich
Phone: 765-564-3791     Fax: 765-564-2255

Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
Fees: none
Eligibility: resident of county with financial need
Intake Procedure: application process.  All applicants must produce identification
Additional Information: Our funds come directly from contributions from our congregation so there may be times when assistance is not available.

Discretionary Fund:  Limited assistance to needy families for food, utilities, and other temporary needs in the Delphi area

First Presbyterian Church
213 S. Indiana St.
Delphi, IN 46923

Contact: Rev. William McClean, Pastor and Susan Stern, Secretary
Phone: 765-564-2371
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Eligibility: persons who have exhausted Trustee and all other funds
Intake Procedure: interview with contact person
Additional Information: Our funds come from contributions, so assistance is available no more than once in 12 months.

Consumer Credit Counseling Services:  Debt management services, pre- and post-bankruptcy counseling, courses in financial skills.

Family Services, Inc.

615 N. 18th St. Suite 201
Lafayette, IN 47904
Phone: 800-875-5361/765-423-5361  Fax: 765-742-8272
          
Contact:  Kurt Burnett, Senior Financial Counselor
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
           Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Fees: sliding fee scale
Intake Procedure: call for appointment
Additional Information: all providers are certified financial planners

Earned Income Tax Credit:  Free tax preparation for the low to middle income population.  We prepare Federal and State Income tax returns. This program is partnered with the Internal Revenue Service through their VITA –Volunteer Income Tax Assistance.

Carroll County EITC

106 W. Main St.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-9028
Contact: Kathy Bell

Intake Procedure: Call for an appointment
Fees: none
Eligibility: Qualifying Income levels varies each year, clients normally will qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit see www.irs.gov for current EITC income levels

Emergency Food & Shelter Program:  Funded by the federal government for assistance to low-income households.

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 765-564-6466      Fax: 765-564-4621
Contact: Jeanette Oberle

Hours:  Call for an appointment
Eligibility: Income eligibility at or below 150% of poverty
Intake Procedure: Those of any age can apply for assistance, but they must meet the following qualifications regarding their utilities or heat:

  • Disconnected or
  • In danger of being disconnected, or
  • In need of bulk fuel.

Additional Information: The program usually begins in April and lasts until the money has been expended

Eye Glasses:  Assistance with the purchase of eyeglasses for children under 18 and still in school

Delphi:  Delphi Lions Club, c/o Bill Penn 6991 W. Division Line Rd., Delphi, IN 46923  Phone: 765-564-3707
Flora and Burlington:  Flora Lions Club, c/o Jerry D. Reinke, 103 N. Center St., Flora, IN 46929  Phone: 574-967-4114

Temporary  Assistance for Needy Families:  Program that provides cash assistance and supportive services to assist the family, helping them achieve economic self-sufficiency.

Apply on-line 24 hours a day at www.in.gov/fssa and click on “apply for benefits”
Phone: 800-403-0864 to talk with a “Call Center Representative”
Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Energy Assistance Program:  One time per year assistance with heat and electric bills during winter months.

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.
901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 765-564-6466     Fax: 765-564-4621
Contact: Jeanette Oberle

Hours:  Call for an appointment
Eligibility: Income eligibility at or below 150% of poverty
Intake Procedure:  Applicants must provide the following:

  1. Names, birthdates and Social Security Cards for all members of the household
  2. Income for the past 12 months for all household members age 18 or older
  3. Wage Inquiry Report from Work One for all members age 18 or older
  4. Copy of lease, if renting; proof of home ownership, such as a mortgage statement or property tax bill, if buying or own
  5. If applicable, legal separation or divorce papers
  6. Most recent heat and electric bills

Flora Helping Hand:  Assists with costs of rent, utilities, or medical needs for Flora area residents

Flora Helping Hand
105 E. Columbia St.
Flora, IN 46929

Contact: Judy Ayres or any Flora Psi Iota Xi member
Phone: 574-967-3772
Hours: call for appointment
Intake Procedure: call for appointment

Salvation Army:  Financial assistance with rent, utilities, health care costs or other needs

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.
901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 800-382-7556      Fax: 765-564-4621

Contact: Kim Widner
Hours: call for appointment
Eligibility: income eligibility
Intake Procedure: call for appointment

Summer Cool Program Assistance with electric costs for the summer months

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.
901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 765-564-6466     Fax: 765-564-4621
Contact: Jeanette Oberle
Hours:  Call for an appointment

All EAP eligible household qualify for a $50.00 electric benefit. To receive an air conditioner the client must provide proof from a doctor stating that the client has a life-threatening condition. It must also use the words life-threatening as well. The proof can come in form of a letter typed on letterhead or even written on a prescription pad, but it must be signed by the doctor.  The client can not have received an air conditioner from us since October 1, 2002 (2008).

Township Trustee:  Trustees may provide emergency financial assistance for utilities, medical expenses, and other services depending on the family’s need and budget available.  Call to schedule an appointment in your township of residence.
 

  • Adams    Carmen L. Slavens    12018 N. 600 West    Idaville, IN 47950    574-943-3523
  • Burlington    Alan Jackson    4925 E. 500 South      Cutler, IN 46920    765-566-2196
  • Carrollton    Rebecca Phillips    7990 E. 400 North    Camden, IN 46917    574-859-3303
  • Clay    Marla Milazzo    5783 S. 900 West    Lafayette, IN 47905  765-589-3159
  • Deer Creek    Neda K. Duff    302 N. Indiana St.    Delphi, IN 46923    765-564-6482
  • Democrat    Clayton C. Hutson    P. O. Box 236    Cutler, IN 46920    765-268-2442
  • Jackson    Bill Dittman, Jr.    5217 N. 150 East    Camden, IN 46917    574-686-2260
  • Jefferson   Rex Millhouse   11068 N. Quiet Water Circle   Monticello, IN  46960  574-870-1753
  • Liberty    Mark E. Justice    8469 N. 100 East    Delphi, IN 46923    574-652-2302
  • Madison    Dwaine K. Ward    4035 W. 300 South    Bringhurst, IN 46913    765-268-2302
  • Monroe    Kenneth Fife    709 S. 50 East    Bringhurst, IN 46913    574-967-3201
  • Rock Creek    Brian G. Nipple    6479 N. 265 West    Rockfield, IN 46977    574-686-2074
  • Tippecanoe    Joan Vianco    2705 N. 925 West    Delphi, IN 46923    765-564-4221
  • Washington    Lois Wallace    5498 N. 575 East    Camden, IN 46917    574-859-2695

Veterans Service Officer:  Service provided to Military personnel, Veterans and their dependents to apply for Veterans benefits of many kinds.  Also provide community service related to honoring and remembering a Veteran.

Carroll County Veterans Affairs Office
101 W. Main St. (Courthouse)
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2502    Fax: 765-564-4851

Contact: Larry Leach
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Eligibility: for Veterans, there must be an Honorable Discharge from U.S. Military or related to a veteran
Intake Procedure: walk-ins, telephone, and mail

Additional Information: Veteran benefits include both state and federal benefits.  State benefits include tax relief, tuition aid and special license plates to those who qualify.

  Food   


Carroll County Food Pantry:  Assist residents who are in need of food

Carroll County Food Pantry
P. O. Box 152
Flora, IN 46929

Delphi Food Pantry                   
620 North Washington Street               
Delphi, In 46923

Flora Food Pantry
11 S. Center St.
Flora, IN 46929
Hours: Monday and Friday 10:00 am – 12:00 pm     Friday and Saturday 10:00am – 12:00 pm

Contact:
Bob Arney - 765-564-4879
Judy Ayres - 574-967-3772
 
Fees: None
Eligibility: At each site, you must provide names of all household members and proof of residence (rent receipt or utility bill showing the address)

Food Stamps:  Program designed to raise the nutritional level of low income households. It enables low-income families to buy nutritious food through Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards.

Apply on-line 24 hours a day at www.in.gov/fssa and click on “apply for benefits”

Phone: 800-403-0864 to talk with a “Call Center Representative”
Monday through Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Homemakers Club:  Presents a nutrition, health and wellness educational program that provides “hands-on” food preparation opportunities as well as a discussion on nutrition, food safety, ways to stretch their food budget dollars, self development and care, "hands-on" items for the home, and family life
 
Purdue Extension Service in Carroll County
Carroll County Division of Family resources
P.O. Box 317
Delphi, In 46923
 
Contact: Joanne Lytton                                  
Phone: 765-564-3169                                
 
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Contact the office for details.
 
Meetings:
Flora- Second Thursday of each month 9:00 am – 11:00 am at the 4-H Building.
Delphi – Third Tuesday of each month 9:00 am – 11:00 am at the Delphi Presbyterian Church Basement 213 S. Indiana Street Delphi.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC):  Support for low income women and children up to age five who are at nutritional risk by providing food vouchers to supplement diets for pregnant women, post partum women, infants and children. 
       
WIC
901 Prince William Road Suite B
Delphi, In 46923

Mailing Address: P. O. Box 244, Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 765-564-2048 Fax: 765-564-2048(During Office Hours)
Contact: Misty Wheeler, RN

Hours: Tuesday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm     Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age 5 who have nutritional risk and meet income guidelines.
Intake Procedure: Person applying must be present and provide proof of identification, proof of address, and have income screening.  Then RN will do a nutrition screening.  If eligible, then you will receive vouchers for milk, juice, eggs, cereal, and cheese for moms and children.  If breastfeeding, the mother will receive more food.  If baby needs formula, vouchers will be provided for formula.

  Housing  


Habitat for Humanity:  Non-profit, ecumenical, Christian housing ministry that builds homes in partnership with families who can show a need and are willing to help build the house.

Carroll County Habitat for Humanity
Contact for President: Don Reef - 765-566-3509
Contact: Jim Justice, Family Selection Chairman - 765-564-2680

eMail:  rocksandridges@juno.com

Home Owner Counseling:  Offers Home Owner Counseling to prospective homebuyers who would like to learn more about the steps in purchasing a home or may be required to attend a homebuyer class as part of securing a mortgage loan

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.
660 N. 36th St.
Lafayette, IN 47905

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4727, Lafayette, IN 47903

Phone: 800-382-7556  Fax: 765-447-6862
Contact: Gregg Steward, Chuck Berry or Dusty Sturgeon

Fees: $75 per couple and $50 per single parent household
Eligibility Criteria: None
Intake Procedure: Call for appointment
Additional Information: The class is offered in the evening from 6:00pm - 9:30pm and is scheduled by appointment.  The class can take from 4-8 hours to complete depending on where a family is in the process of purchasing a home.

Housing Choice Voucher Program

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.
660 N. 36th St.
Lafayette, IN 47905

Contact: Dusty Sturgeon
Phone: 800-382-7556/765-447-7683   Fax: 765-447-6862

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: 80% of Area Median
Intake Procedure: application procedure

Weatherization:  Program of the U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and State Weatherization Efficiency Enhancement Program (SWEEP) to conserve energy while saving money by cutting utility bills.

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs, Inc.

901 Prince William Rd. Suite D
Delphi, IN 46923

Phone: 765-564-6466  Fax: 765-564-4621
Contact: Jeanette Oberle

Hours:  Call for an appointment
Eligibility: Income eligibility at or below 150% of poverty

Intake Procedure  - Applicants must provide the following:

  1. Names, birthdates and Social Security Cards for all members of the household
  2. Income for the past 12 months for all household members age 18 or older
  3. Wage Inquiry Report from Work One for all members age 18 or older
  4. Copy of lease, if renting; proof of home ownership, such as a mortgage statement or property tax
  5. bill, if buying or own
  6. If applicable, legal separation or divorce papers
  7. Most recent heat and electric bills

  Special Needs  


Adult Protective Services:  Investigate allegations of battery, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation of endangered adults in accordance with IC 12-10-3-2.  Short term Case Management until the client is no longer in danger is also provided.  Presentations to local agencies can also be scheduled.

Adult Protective Services
301 Main St.
Lafayette IN 47901-1376        

Phone:     877-749-9111 Ext. 587/765-420-1588   Fax: 765-423-9349
 
 After hours contact local Law Enforcement

Contact: Any Adult Protective Services Staff member
Email: ashay@tippecanoe.in.gov

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm to make a report
Fees: None
Eligibility: Per IC 12-10-3-2 An endangered adult is anyone over the age of 18 who is incapable by reason of mental illness, mental retardation, dementia, habitual drunkenness, excessive use of drugs, or other physical or mental incapacity of managing or directing the management of the individual’s property or providing or directing the provision of self-care and is harmed or threatened with harm as a result of: neglect, battery or exploitation.  An individual is not an endangered adult solely: for the reason that the individual is being provided spiritual treatment in accordance with a recognized religious method of healing instead of specified medial treatment if the individual would not be considered to be an endangered adult if the individual were receiving the medical treatment; or on the basis of being physically unable to provide self care when appropriate care is being provided.
Additional Information: You will find more information about our program and resource links at www.tippecanoe.in.gov/prosecutor.  APS also has a duty to report law that is similar to the one Child Protective Services has.  It is a Class B Misdemeanor with a $1,000 fine and up to 180 days in jail for not making a report to APS or police when you have a reason to believe that another individual is an endangered adult

Collaborative Parent Involvement Project:  Focuses on helping parents, educators, and local communities work together to address challenges including transition, assistive technology, and surrogate parent programs and preparing for transitions.

IN*Source Northwest Indiana

Oxford, IN 47971
Phone: 765-385-0667    Fax: 765-385-0667 (call first)

Contact: Donna Roberts
Email: droberts@insource.org

Fees: None
Additional information: The project also supports ways to facilitate communication among families and various groups to promote sharing of ideas and resources and to foster the development of regional and state networks.

Day Services:  Provides individuals with assistance in developing, increasing, and maintaining skills needed in one's daily living experience.  It provides the avenue by which consumers can maximize their individual level of independent functioning in order to participate and interact in all phases of community and do so in a more self-fulfilling way.

CDC Resources Inc.

5053 Norway Rd.
Monticello, IN 47960
Phone: 574-583-8227    Fax: 574-583-6454

Contact: Roger Burns       
Email: rburns@cdcresources.org

Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Fees: Medicaid Waiver, Private Pay
Eligibility: Diagnosed with mental or physical disability
Intake Procedure: Through Social Service Coordinator, Judy Cook (ext. 234)

Heartland Employment Services:  Provides personnel services that assist businesses in recruiting individuals with disabilities at their place of employment. The process is distinctive for each person and each business. The goal is continued success for people in the work place.

CDC Resources Inc.
5053 Norway Rd
Monticello In 47960

Contact: JoAnn DeCanto, Coordinator
Phone: 574-583-8227   Fax: 574-583-6454
Email: jdecanto@cdcresources.org

Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fees: state funded
Eligibility: Determined by Vocational Rehabilitation

HIV Care Coordination:  Service that links clients to health care and psycho-social assistance.  Care coordination includes structured access to appropriate levels of medical and support services, insuring continuity of care and ongoing assessment of the client.

Center for Mental Health
133 N. 4th St.  Suite 409
Lafayette, IN 47901

Contact:  Vera Hunt and Bryan Amador, Care Coordinators; LaQuita Cole-Marshall, Educator and Tester

Phone: 765-742-4481  Fax: 765-429-5914
Email: vh2193@cfmh.org

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fees: none
Eligibility: HIV positive
Intake Procedure: Call to schedule appointment. Client must be able to provide proof of HIV positive status or provide contact information with a signed “Consent for Release of Information” form.

Indiana Parent Training Program: Federally funded parent-to-parent training and information project to instruct parents about their rights and responsibilities in the early intervention and special education processes under state and federal laws
  
IN*Source Northwest Indiana
Oxford, IN 47971

Phone: 765-385-0667    Fax: 765-385-0667 (call first)

Contact: Donna Roberts
Email: droberts@insource.org

Hours:
Fees: None
Eligibility: Special needs child

Long Term Care Case Management / Options Counseling:  Provides advocacy, and assists with linking to services to help the elderly or disabled person remain independent as long as possible

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs Inc.

660 N. 36th St.
Lafayette, IN 47905

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4727, Lafayette, IN 47903
Phone: 800-382-7556  Fax: 765-447-6862

Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Eligibility: Elderly (over 60) and Disabled persons of all ages
Intake Procedure: Contact any staff available for Information and Referral

Parents Helping Parents – A Regional Approach:  Parents working with other parents in the community where they live as an effective means to reach and serve families

IN*Source Northwest Indiana
Oxford, IN 47971
Phone: 765-385-0667    Fax: 765-385-0667 (call first)

Contact: Donna Roberts
Email: droberts@insource.org

Hours:
Fees: None
Eligibility: Special needs child
Additional Information: Training and information coming from someone who is able to identify with and relate to their needs is likely to have a more positive impact on parents’ confidence and in their own expertise as parents with vital knowledge of their own children

Residential Services:  Provides 24 hour staffing in a residential group home environment.  CDC has three homes including one in Delphi which serves three men and three women.

CDC Resources, Inc
5053 Norway Rd.
Monticello In 47960

Contact: Bobbi Davis
Phone: 574-583-8227 Fax: 574-583-6454
Email: bdavis@cdcresources.org

Eligibility: Contact Social Service Coordinator, Judy Cook (ext. 234)
Intake: Through Social Service Coordinator, Judy Cook (ext. 234)

Supported Living Services:  Assists adults with disabilities with daily life activities and such as cooking, cleaning, accessing medical care and recreational outings.  Help individuals increase their independence by learning new skills and being active in their community.  Provides support to individuals in their own homes and to individuals who live with family.

CDC Resources Inc                                   
5053 Norway Rd                                                  
Monticello, IN 47960
                                                          
Phone: 574-583-8227                   
Fax: 574-583-6454                                   

CDC Resources Carroll Village
103 S Railroad St
Flora, IN 46929

Phone at Village: 574-967-4803
Fax at Village: 574-967-4255

Contact: Judy Cook- Admissions or Gene Bell or Rose Jeffrey
Email: jcook@cdcresources.org     or gbell@cdcresources.org
 
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm  Services provided 24/7
Fees: Vary by service provided
Eligibility: Contact Social Service Coordinator Judy Cook (ext. 234)
Intake Procedure: Through Social Service Coordinator Judy Cook (ext. 234)

Transportation:  Provides transportation for Senior Citizen and disabled to appointments.  Priority is for medical appointments first, then local shopping and other appointments.

Carroll County Senior and Family Services
1001 S. Washington St.
Delphi, In 46923

Phone: 866-902-2046/765-564-2772  Fax: 765-564-6821
                 
Contact: Jeff Sieber, Director    Randi Veach, Assistant Director
Email: cccoa@localline.com

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Fees: Medicaid eligibility and suggested donation for trips depending on destination.  Registration for trips is required one week in advance.
Eligibility: age 55 and older or disabled

Transportation - Garden Spot Express:  Provides transportation for residents of Monroe Township.  Passengers are picked up at their homes and returned home.  Other pick-up points are determined by group/organization making the trip. 

Flora Senior Center
115 N. Division St.
Flora, IN 46929

Phone: 574-967-3400
 
Additional Information: Scheduled trips are available.  Overnight trips can be made with advance notice.  Nights, weekends, holidays, overnight trips by appointment only. 

Transportation – Rossville Volunteer Transportation Program:  Provides needed transportation services to persons of all ages and disabilities in the Rossville School District area, including Clay Township of Carroll County.

Rossville Area Transit Van
P.O. Box 106
Rossville, IN      46065
Phone: 765-379-3894

Vocational Rehabilitation Services:  Provides a wide range of services to adults with disabilities to help prepare for obtain, and maintain appropriate employment

Indiana Vocational Rehabilitation Services

111 N. 4th St. Suite A
Lafayette, IN 47901

Phone: 877-847-9892 or 765-423-2276    Fax: 765-423-2701

Contact: Fred Williams, CRC
Email: Fred.Williams@fssa.gov

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Individual eligibility based on 1) physical or mental impairment, 2) that substantially impedes employment, and 3) which requires Vocational Rehabilitation services to prepare for, obtain, or maintain employment
Intake Procedure: Call office to make an appointment for an individual interview with Rehabilitation Counselor in Carroll County
Additional Information: A Rehabilitation Counselor is specifically assigned to Carroll County and meets with consumers locally.  Specially trained counselors are available for consumers with visual impairments or hearing impairments. 

  Youth  


Carroll County 4-H:  Provides youth with educational information, opportunities for leadership,  community service, and development of life skills such as responsibility, organization, communication, time management through their various 4-H projects. 
 
Purdue Extension Service in Carroll County

1523 US Hwy 421 N Suite 3
P.O. Box 317
Delphi, In 46923
 
Contact: Joanne Lytton
 Phone: 765-564-3169  Fax: 765-564-4743
 
Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 – 4:30
Eligibility: Mini 4-H – Grade 2, 4-H grades 3-12
Intake Procedure: Contact office for information
Service Area: Carroll County

Adolescent Anger Management:  Anger management techniques with innovative approaches to the outpatient treatment of the specific needs of the adolescent.

Wabash Valley Hospital MHC

1265 N. Bradford Dr.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2247      Fax: 765-564-2249

Contact: Any support staff
Email for Director: ahunte@wvhmhc.org
Hours: Monday 4:00pm
Fees: based on income
Intake Procedure: Call for paperwork or court ordered

Preventative Aftercare:  Provide juveniles referred by the Division of Children’s Services and / or the Probation Dept with independent living skills.

George Jr. of Indiana Preventative Aftercare

P. O. Box 52
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-1375

Contact: Diana Kerrigan
Intake Procedure: Referred by DCS or Probation Dept.

Program for Adolescent Substance Abuse

Wabash Valley Hospital MHC

1265 N. Bradford Dr.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2247      Fax: 765-564-2249

Contact: Any support staff
Email for Director: ahunte@wvhmhc.org
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Fees: based on income
Intake Procedure: Call for paperwork or referrals from Probation Dept.
Additional Information:

School-based Case Management:  Support in the school setting for children and adolescents with behavioral difficulties

Wabash Valley Hospital MHC

1265 N. Bradford Dr.
Delphi, IN 46923
Phone: 765-564-2247     Fax: 765-564-2249

Contact: Tara Sprinkle or any support staff

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Fees: based on income and insurance
Eligibility: Must be a student at Delphi or Carroll School District
Intake Procedure: Call for paperwork or referral from the school.  There is also open intake on Thursday
Additional Information: We also run a summer Social Skills group from June to August

Logansport Area Joint Special Services:  Program specifically designed to meet the unique needs of a student identified as disabled in accordance with Federal and State Laws

Logansport Area Joint Special Services Cooperative (LAJSSC)
401 Tanguy St.
Logansport, IN 46947
Phone: 765-753-3315      Fax: 765-739-0217

Contact: Thomas C. Adams
Email: lajssc@lcsc.k12.in.us

Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Fees: None
Eligibility: Children ages 3-21
Intake Procedure: Contact your local School Administrator
Additional Information: Parents, Physicians, and other interested individuals are urged to contact the Assistant Director of Special Services.