We have listed all of the financial assistance programs and resources that we have located in Indianapolis, Indiana below. Many are government and non profit programs. Also check our area cities for resources as the help they provide may be transferable between cities. If you know of any programs in Indianapolis that we do not have listed, please contribute by Adding a New Listing Here.
This is a private and user contributed database of local government or non-profit agencies that provide people with help who are in financial distress. Services range from help paying rent to Christmas assistance, utility paying assistance. We list any resource we find that can help people out.
2445 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN - 46208
Community Action Program that provides a variety of services to low income individuals and families. Programs may include but are not limited to: Energy assistance, Weatherization Assistance, Housing Services, Case Management, and Information and Referral, and Foster grandparents.
Case/Care Management, Comm Action Prg-Out of Area, Energy Assistance, Financial Assistance, Utility, Information & Referral, Shelter, Families, Weatherization Programs,Read more
101 West Ohio Street, Suite 1900
Indianapolis, IN - 46204
The commission investigates claims of discrimination based on race, national origin, gender, age, religion, and disability in employment. They also deal with sexual harrassment, family leave, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and pregnancy discrimination issues in the workplace. Some complaints have a time limit.
County, Benton, County, Carroll, County, Clinton, County, Fountain, County, Montgomery, County, Tippecanoe, County, Warren, County, White, Discrimination Assistance, Government, Federal, HarassmentRead more
Provides financial assistance in the following areas:-- Assistance to purchase adaptive equipment, home and vehicle modifications which increase a person's access to their community.-- Funding for adaptive sports and recreational equipment through the DL Sports Fund.-- Camperships for adults and youth at week long Cerebral Palsy Association camps.-- Respitality Program provides a weekend get
Cerebral Palsy, County, Carroll, County, Clinton, County, Montgomery, County, Tippecanoe, County, Warren, County, White, Financial Assistance, Utility, Medical Supplies/Equipment, Respite Care,Read more
* Meets day to day needs of the families affected by one of 43 neuromuscular disease* Provides adaptive equipment and emotional support to individuals and family members affected* Provides financial assistance toward manual and power wheelchairs, leg braces, breathing machines, shower chairs, lifts and hospital beds* Purchase and installation of wheelchair lifts and ramps in family vans* Pur
Adaptive equipment, Assistive Devices, Handicapped, Handicapped, Services for, Medical Financial Assistance, Medical Supplies/Eqpt, Muscular Dystrophy, Wheelchairs,Read more
402 West Washington
St., W374 MS07
Indianapolis, IN - 46206
Helps limited income seniors pay for their Medicare Part D premiums. Must complete application and provide proof of income. HoosierRx may pay up to $70 per month inPart D premium assistance. Member must be enrolled in a Part D plan that is working with HoosierRx.Applications may be obtained on the web site, at your local pharmacy, by calling the number above or at the following agencies: Are
County, Benton, County, Carroll, County, Clinton, County, Fountain, County, Montgomery, County, Tippecanoe, County, Warren, County, White, Financial Assistance, Medical, Medically Indigent, MedicatRead more
8010 Castleton Rd
Indianapolis, IN - 46250
Moving company maintains a network of moving agents. Available for local, interstate, and international moves. Available for consumers, businesses, and the military. Provides a variety of information on topics including packing, saving money, utility conn
Movers, Moving Assistance,Read more
30 South Meridian
Indianapolis, IN - 46204
*Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program* On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009,which ludes $1.5 billion for a Homelessness Prevention Fund. Funding for this program, called the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP), is being distributed based on the formula used for the Emergency Shelter Grants
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