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Four County Community Resource Navigators

Here to help connect you with local resources. Better Care, Better Together

 Location  Navigator  Phone Number
 Cass County  Jae Miller  574-721-3345
 Miami County  Crystal Selleck  260-215-2480
 Fulton County  Colten de Fluiter  574-722-7900
 Pulaski County Colten de Fluiter  574-722-7900
 Howard County  Jennifer Johnson  765-437-4419
 Tipton County  Renee Applegate  574-722-7903

IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE

Four County Hotline: 800-552-3106
National Suicide Prevention Line: 800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text "help" to 741-741
Emergencies call 911

Statewide Community Resource List by County

Statewide Map for Hoosiers Seeking Food Assistance


Community Resources By Location

Cass County

Food Resources
Mobile Food Pantry
Monday April 20th View Details Here
Movil de Alimentos
Lunes 20 de Abril Ver Detalles Aquí

Salvation Army :
Meal to go Monday thru Friday 11:30 – 12:30
Groceries Tuesday and Thursday from 9 to 1, please call ahead so they can meet you outside with a bag of groceries

Emmaus:
19 W Richardville Street, Logansport, IN 46947  Phone: 574-725-2058
A 15 person maximum at our shelter, rather than our usual 20 maximum limit. This allows us to keep two rooms free for quarantine purposes, if necessary. Our food pantry opening hours will be as follows:
Monday 11am - 1pm, Wednesday 11am - 1pm & 4pm - 6pm, Friday 11am - 1pm 
Trinity Episcopal Church: at 7th and Market in Logansport
Food pantry and Loaves and Fishes meal will continue with carry out only. 

Trinity Lutheran Church: Food pantry remains open by appointment by calling the church at 574-753-4786.

Financial Support
Salvation Army: 722-1979
Eel Township Trustee: 753-3680

Recovery Resources:
If you are in search of 12-step meetings and other online resources, check out https://unityrecovery.zoom.us/ and intherooms.com for virtual meetings. Unity Recovery has meetings 7 days a week at 9am, noon, 3pm, and 9pm.
Speaker meetings, recordings, etc.
Please Download the ZOOM app or visit the ZOOM website

Child Watch for Healthcare Workers
Child Watch Details
Child Watch Registration Form


Miami County

Food Resources
Food Pantries
  • Helping Hands: 176 N. Broadway, Peru, IN   Phone: 765-472-1875
  • The Salvation Army: 1785 S. St. Rd. 19, Peru, IN (Appointment Only)  Phone:  765-473-5498
  • Macy: 190 No. Columbia St., Macy, IN   Phone: 574-930-0448
  • Miami Nation of Indians: 65 W. 7th St., Peru, IN  Phone: 765-473-9631  
Pick-up Meals
  • Peru Community School Corp: 
  1. Pick up sack lunch & dinner M-F 11:30 am - 12:30 pm front drive at PHS, 401 N. Brdwy. 
  2. Open to all Miami County students - Free M-F 3:30 - 4:30 pm front drive at PHS, 401 N. Brdwy. 
  • North Miami School Corp: Offered to NM students only Tues. & Thurs. in front of High/Middle School * 5 breakfasts & lunches for each student within that home 11:00 am - 1:00 pm 
  • Bunker Hill United Methodist Church - pick-up site Monday - Friday 12:00 - 12:30 pm 
Deliveries
Open to all Miami County residents - $3.00 Monday - Friday (Look for the Big Yellow Bus)
  • 11:15 Peru Apartments
  • 11:30 Franklin & Wabash
  • 11:50 Elmwood School
  • 12:10 Wabash Flats

Medications
Genoa, which is the pharmacy located in our main center in Logansport, has a representative who is stationed typically in our Miami County office. If we have folks who are struggling to access medications please let me know and I will get them in touch with Rick to see if he can be of assistance.

Transportation Resources
YMCA transit Monday - Friday pick up. Transit will continue for critical care, employment, health related appointments, and essential grocery/food related program 
  • 11:30 Arrowhead
  • 4:00 Hilltop Apartments
  • 11:30-12:30 Eagles Pointe
  • 11:45 Jean Apartments

Fulton County

RESOURCE GUIDE

Food Resrouces
Food Pantry: Matthew’s market @ The Cross Church 100 west 3rd street Rochester will be open 3 days a week. Monday and Friday 11:30AM - 1:00PM and Thursday 4:00 - 6:00PM precaution will be taken for clients and volunteers to keep everyone safe.
FC HOPE is posting daily/hourly on their Facebook page where people can get services and also the latest food drives, business closing, Government info. food bank closing, and other important information for Fulton Co.
FC H.O.P.E."s Help line is available for people to call for information 547-223-4357.

Free Wifi 
German Bridge 4173 N 375 W Rochester, IN 46975 


Pulaski County

The Pulaski County Commissioners have declared Pulaski county in a “state of emergency” and the Incident Command Team is now in place and meeting every single day to address the needs of the community. For the most up to date information on COVID-19 in Pulaski please follow Pulaski County, Indiana Incident Management Team on Facebook : https://www.Facebook.com/pcinincidentmanagement  

Food Resources
Pulaski County Human Services offices will remain open and render whatever services they can by appointment. They will also continue to operate the Food Pantry throughout this time; however, they will be transitioning to a "drive-through" model until further notice to eliminate face-to-face contact for staff, volunteers, and clients. 
Food Pantry is Tuesday and Thursday 9:30-11:30 AM and 12:30-2:30 PM
CALL OUR OFFICE (574-946-6500 or 1-877-946-4211) and let us know when they are coming in and the food will be taken out to the curb as we are doing curbside pickup. We will sign your form and if you are new to the pantry, we will ask you a few demographic questions and sign for you! 
If you cannot pick up food during this time call and set up an appointment. 574-946-6500Pulaski County Human Services
      
Both the Von Tobel and Westside Centers senior centers will be closed for 3-4 weeks. Senior Nutrition participants will be provided with alternative meals during this time. Seniors enrolled in the nutrition program will be contacted regarding this option.

Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry
is available to residents of Pulaski County.
Located at Winamac Nazarene Church (next to the hospital)
* Open Wednesdays 1:30-6:00
* Curb side service only
* Providing prepacked boxes of non perishable items
* The "car hops" will watch for folks then greet them at their vehicles to take their order of perishable items such as meat choice, eggs, cheese, and fresh produce when available.
* Proof of income is not required.
Star City UMC Food Pantry: The food pantry is open on the 3rd Saturday of each month, and the distribution last weekend seemed to be at normal levels. Contact information for anyone who finds themselves in need between the monthly visits is posted on the church door.

West Central Schools: Currently feeding about 300 kids: Phone: 219-567-9161 
 117 E. Montgomery St. Francesville, IN

Winamac Schools
: Currently providing 2,500 meals for feeding about 250 students each week Phone: 574-946-4010  
711 School Drive, Winamac IN, 

Head Start: Head Start is distributing food bags and learning packets each Tuesday. Free preschool for income eligible families ages 3 -5 years old enrollment for the Fall is underway, and individuals can reach out for more information Winamac= 946-4211 West Central= 219-204-0736 

Mobile Pantry
Monterey Lions Club - Friday, May 22nd 11:00 am
Sponsored by: Geminus, Inc, PCHS & Pulaski Co Connect

Employment 
WorkOne: can provide guidance on unemployment benefits. 
Winamac 574/946-6300 ext. 1901
Knox 574/772-6882 Kristi ext. 1671 or Amanda ext. 1670
Talk and/or Text - Knox and Winamac 574/330-0545

North Central Indiana Rural Crisis Center: Domestic violence and sexual assault
The mission of the Crisis Center is to help end Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in Jasper, Newton and Pulaski counties by providing emergency temporary shelter and services to victims and children of domestic violence and/or sexual assault through education, advocacy, and community intervention.
Services Provided: Shelter, support and advocacy for people experiencing Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault by phone
Eligibility Requirements: We primarily serve Jasper, Newton and Pulaski counties but we can always provide referrals to survivors in other counties. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, age or handicap.
Office Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In office Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Crisis Center 219-866-8825
Business Line 219-866-8281
toll free 1-800-933-0374

Substance Abuse Recovery
Celebrate Recovery of Rochester would welcome people from Pulaski Co. 
“Join us every Sunday evening at 6pm for Celebrate Recovery at The Cross via Facebook live stream.
We will listen to worship songs, there will be a devotional and we will have a message/testimony. We will share words of encouragement. We will have our group leaders introduce themselves and share what group they are over and how they will meet confidently in their virtual small groups. Participants will have an opportunity to find an accountability partner/ sponsor within their group.
Women and men have separate groups. All are welcome to attend. We are a support group for any hurt, habits and hang ups.”

Pulaski County Human Services
Energy and other assistance is still being provided. Clients are to call, email or communicate however they can and we will provide them with energy assistance applications or other services to insure safety and secure households.
Call 946-6500 extension 223, transportation, and leave a message as this phone is being checked daily for messages. You can email pulaskipchs@embarqmail.com as well. Be sure to leave your name, number and or email, location address, and why you are contacting us and we will get back to you within a day.

Free Wifi 
• Winamac library 
• Medaryville at the West Side Center
• Winamac town park 
• Good oil in Winamac
• Francesville-Salem Township Public Library 

Transportation Resources
Arrowhead country public transit is providing limited services at this time but can still be reached at 574-946-7271

Senior Care Center 
In-person sessions are not currently taking place, but the public is welcome to call and speak with the Senior Care staff if they find themselves in need of a listening ear, 946-0386. There is no formal admission or intake process, but you would speak with qualified professionals. This is an excellent service for our community. The Senior Care staff is sending out weekly mailings and staying in touch with current and former participants
Michiana Behavioral Health: is an acute inpatient facility specializing in the treatment of mental health for children, adolescents and adults. Including an inpatient treatment for adults with chemical dependency. We are also holding an Intensive Outpatient program now virtually for those adults that have detoxed and are looking to continue their recovery.
If you or someone you know is struggling, we are only a phone call away. Our facility is open 24/7 365 days and is accepting new patients staring at 6 years old. Please call 1-800-795-6252 to speak with one of our intake professionals to start the process. If you have detoxed and are looking to continue your recovery, you can contact our facility at 1-800-795-6252 and ask for Athena in IOP. She is able to asses you from your home virtually so that you can begin the healing process. All IOP classes will be conducted virtually so that you can remain in your home during your recovery.
We are following the CDC Guidelines to help keep our patients and staff safe, and will be happy to go over those policies should you or your loved one become admitted to our facility. 
We accept most insurances, Medicaid, Medicare, HIP, Private insurance, and self- pay. Our insurance facilitator will be guide you and confirm with your insurance company your covered benefits prior to admission. 
If you should have any further questions , please call us at 574-936-3784 or 1-800-795-6252. Or our website at www.michianabehavioralhealth.com


More information on resources in Francesville Visit https://www.francesville.net/


Howard County

Community Crisis Line: 765-776-8555
Turning Point SOC for Mental Health and Addiction Referral Help: 765-860-8365
United Way: 765-457-4357 Text ACCESS to 85511
St. Vincent: 765-456-5900

Domestic Violence Shelter
  • Hotline: 1-877-482-4222
  • Shelter: 765-868-3154
  • Main Office: 765-457-9313


Food Resources
Student Meals:
  • Kokomo School Corporation Food Services Department officials will be providing breakfast and lunch “take-away” meals for all students at no cost. Each Wednesday breakfasts and lunches will be provided to each student between 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the following locations: 
    • Bon Air Middle School (2796 Apperson Way North)
    • Central Middle School (303 E. Superior St.)
    • Maple Crest Middle School (2727 S Washington St)
  • Students or parents will be asked to provide student name, school, and grade level for these meals. You can pick up for multiple children. ALL Howard County students and families may report to any of these middle schools, regardless of which Kokomo School Corporation preschool, elementary school, middle school, or high school that the student attends.
Food Pantries: If you've never been, please bring your ID, proof of address, and bags or boxes
  • Hands of Grace: 2012 S Goyer Rd. Kokomo, IN
  • Samaritan Love Center: 124 W. Elm St. Kokomo, IN
  • Tzion Yeshiva: 614 W. Monroe St. Kokomo, IN
  • Salvation Army: 1105 S. Waugh St. Kokomo, IN
  • Kokomo Rescue Mission: 321 W. Mulberry Kokomo, IN (Call for appt. 765-456-3838)

Transportation Resources
The City Line Trolley and the Spirit of Kokomo are still operating as normal. The City of Kokomo asks that you limit use of public transportation to essential travel only (grocery store, medical appointments). Public transportation is considered an essential service to assist those individuals who rely on the public transportation system as their only means of travel.

Emotional Well Being
Turning Point SOC- 765-680-8365
Helps with resources for mental health and addictions as well as connecting client to community resources.

YMCA has online fitness and wellness activities: https://kokomoymca.org/health-wellness/virtual-fitness

Financial Support
If you’ve recently been temporarily laid off of work due to the coronavirus check to see if you qualify for benefits.

NIPSCO: Any customer who has received a termination notice or is having trouble paying his/her bill should call 
1-800-4NIPSCO to discuss payment arrangements and/or financial assistance programs.


Tipton County

Total Resource Guide

Food Resources

  • Hope Chest/Heartland Ministries : 3611 N. St. Rd. 19, Sharpsville, IN 46068
  • Tipton Senior Center : 341 W. Jefferson Street , Tipton, IN 46072
  • Dudley Lacey Memorial Food Pantry : 205 S. Independence St. Windfall, IN 46076
  • Good Shepherd : 4th Street & Jefferson


Tools to Connect With Others

Click on the links below to learn more about how each mobile phone company is responding to this health crisis. The response at each company is different and ranges from unlimited/increased data, low cost phone plans and other features that can help you connect virtually with youth and families.

AT&T https://about.att.com/pages/COVID-19.html
T-Mobile https://www.t-mobile.com/news/t-mobile-update-on-covid-19-response
Verizon https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/covid-19-faqs/
Sprint https://newsroom.sprint.com/covid-19-updates-sprint-responds.htm

Some families may qualify for FREE internet from Comcast or Spectrum. Must meet income and eligibility requirements.
Comcast:
www.internetessentials.com
1-855-846-8376 (English)
1-855-765-6995 (Spanish)

Spectrum:
https://www.spectrum.com/browse/content/spectrum-internet-assist

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