In the state of Indiana, Call 2-1-1:
Operators provide assistance to many different types of resources!
Community Resources Link for Food, Rent, Housing & other Assistance:
Mental Health Resources
Free Mental Health Smart Phone Apps
Domestic Violence Resources
National Network to End Domestic Violence
The Julian Center - Indianapolis
24/7 Crisis Line (317) 920-9320
Indianapolis Counseling Services
Christian Theological Seminary Counseling Center
Indiana Center for Children and Families
Marion County Rental Resources
Outside Marion County Housing Resources
Latest list of open pantries:
or download the Community Compass App
No Questions Asked
1125 Spruce Street
Mon, Thu, Sat 12-2 pm
Hot meal service and grocery pickup
No service boundary
Eskenazi Health and Gleaners
Drive through locations and times:
Wednesdays – 1-3 pm: @ 6002 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN.
Fridays – 1-3 pm: Eskenazi Health Center @ 5515 West 38th Street, Indianapolis.
No service boundary, registration or qualification process
Emerson Ave Baptist Church Pantry
308 N. Emerson Ave
First Friday of each month
No service boundary
ICAN Food Pantry
111 S. Downey Ave.
Every Thursday 1-3p
Twice a month visits; handicapped accessible
Serving 46219 zip code
If you are in need of food assistance and are elderly, pregnant, immunocompromised, or have been told by a physician to stay home, you may be eligible for home delivery of food pantry items, prepared meals, or shelf-stable meals. At this time, this program is only available for Marion County residents. To request home delivery, call 317-742-9111 or text “Gleaners” to 55433.
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
317-429-4131; 317-429-4158 (updated intake locations & services); www.nclegalclinic.org/intake
Indiana Legal Services
Housing, immigration, evictions, seniors & families
Senior Law Project
Spanish Language Intake – 1-800-964-2138 (m-f 8:30-5 pm)
English Language Intake – 1-844-243-8572 (m-f 10am-2 pm)
Indianapolis Legal Aid Society
Catholic Charities, Immigration legal services
Kid’s Voice Legal Services via Kid’s Voice of Indiana
Free legal advice on family law issues to both youth and adults at local community centers in matters of divorce, custody, guardianship, adoption, child abuse and neglect, and other family law issues.
Kids’ Voice, along with our partners of the Coalition of Our Immigrant Neighbors (COIN), has prepared a packet of forms for immigrant families for safety planning, including forms created by Kids’ Voice on guardianship and power of attorney in the event the parent(s) are detained or deported by immigration.
Translators will be available at the on-site legal clinics and informational sessions so that attorneys will be able to communicate effectively with non-English-speaking clients.
Language – English & Spanish
Address:127 E. Michigan Street, Suite 500, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Virtual Family Assistance Center Integrated Condolence Care Program (COVID-19)
Free services to people who have lost a family member due to Covid-19 (24/7) .
Crisis counseling, Temporary case management
Legal resources related to an estate,
Custody resources as needed
English, Spanish, Translators available for other languages
Phone: 800-985-5990; or text TalkWithUs to 66746