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  • Bridges Out of Poverty

    Bridges Out of Poverty provides personal resources needed to move from instability to self-sufficiency.
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  • Rent and Mortgage Assistance

    If you’re an Indiana homeowner who’s fallen behind on your mortgage payments or is unable to make future payments due to an involuntary financial hardship, we want to help you stay in your home. Our federally funded program provides assistance up to 6 months or $30,000.
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  • IN Free Legal Answers

    IN Free Legal Answers is a web page that allows you to post a question about your non-criminal legal problem and have it answered for free by an attorney. In order to qualify, you must be unable to afford to hire an attorney. To see if you are eligible and to ask a question now, visit IN Free Legal Answers. This service only provides answers to legal questions, the attorney who answers your question will not represent you in the full case or go to court for you.
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  • Be Well Indiana

    Whether you and your loved ones are hunkering down at home or taking precautions while continuing to perform essential work, there are many unique challenges you may be facing during the Coronavirus epidemic. You may feel differently than you normally do. You may be wondering if you’re “okay.” You may even already be living with mental health issues that have been aggravated by the COVID-19 crisis. Most people are experiencing some amount of grief, stress, depression and worry. For some, these feelings are becoming overwhelming. The good news is there are steps you can take, resources you can discover and people you can reach out to who can help you feel better. Throughout this site, you’ll find information and resources compiled by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction designed to help Hoosiers stay connected and maintain their well-being. These resources have been validated by local and national experts to ensure that you have access to reliable information that you can trust.
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  • Mental Health Awareness of Michiana

    (También disponible en español.) Mental well being is a goal everyone can share. Our goal is to promote education on a variety of mental health issues that affect our community. We hope to reduce the stigma some people feel about mental health. We also plan to promote resources within the community as well as we identify gaps and barriers that exist for many people wanting to get help. Everyone’s well being matters. If you are suffering from a mental illness, you are not alone!
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  • The LGBTQ Center

    The LGBTQ Center is Northern Indiana's only Center dedicated to the promotion of LGBTQ+ experiences and inclusivity. Our purpose is to see a community where every individual is valued, respected, and empowered.
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  • St. Joseph County Special Victims Unit

    St. Joseph County SVU is an investigative branch of the St. Joseph County Prosecutor's Office, part of a multi-disciplinary team in partnership with the Family Justice Center of St. Joseph County and the CASIE Center. SVU is committed to serving families of St. Joseph County who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or child physical or sexual abuse.
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  • UHS Suicide Prevention

    Our mission is to prevent suicide through education, training and community-wide awareness and to offer compassionate grief support and resources to those who have lost a loved one to suicide. We aim to reduce the stigma associated with suicide and to achieve zero suicides in Indiana.
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  • Youth Service Bureau

    Youth Service Bureau provides an emergency youth shelter, a Drop-In Center, and counseling for program participants. YSB also offers programs that are free to youth including transitional living, case management, and Safe Place sites. They work to help youth repair foundations which have been jolted by abuse, neglect, homelessness and lack of resources, by guiding youth into safety, ensuring they have shelter, and teaching them how to overcome various obstacles.
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  • Food and Cash Assistance

    Answer the questions in the screening tool to see if you might be eligible for SNAP (Food Assistance), Cash Assistance, and/or Health Coverage benefits
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  • Division of Family Resources

    The Division of Family Resources receives applications and approves eligibility for Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and the cash assistance program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.
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