Abbreviated list of Indiana service organizations
Low Income Energy Assistance ProgramAssists elderly and low income families in paying electric and fuel bills during heating season. Must provide most recent utility bill and proof of income when applying. Mid November to May.Low Income Energy Assistance Program

1016 West Edge Mall
Suite 420
Auburn, IN 46706

1-800-872-0371 1-202-429-8855LIHEAP
Community Harvest Food BankSix days a week, Community Harvest Food Bank of northeast Indiana works with a network of food donors, social service organizations and churches to provide food to hungry people in its nine county service area.Community Harvest

999 East Tillman Road Fort Wayne, IN 46816

Brightpoint helps communities, families, and individuals remove the causes and conditions of poverty.   Brightpoint is people coming together, helping one another, creating opportunities, empowering one another, restoring hope and promoting dignity and respect.

227 E. Washington Blvd.  Fort Wayne, IN 46802



Indiana Department of LaborOur mission is to advance the safety, health and prosperity of Hoosiers in the workplace. Our dedicated team members work within one of the following divisions. Each division has a specific role in executing a portion of our mission.Indiana Department of Labor
Indiana Government Center
South 402 W. Washington Street, Room W195 Indianapolis, IN 46204
1-317-232-2655IN DOL
JobworksJobWorks was established to administer Employment & Training Services under the Job Training Program Act of 1982 and has since delivered over $200 million in workforce development services.JobWorks, Inc.

7832 Bluffton Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP)HIP is for uninsured Hoosier adults between the ages of 19-64. Parents or caretaker relatives of children in the Hoosier Healthwise program are likely candidates for HIP.Indiana Family and Social Services Administration
402 W. Washington Street P. O. Box 7083
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7083
Indiana Department of Workforce DevelopmentA highly skilled and educated Hoosier workforce that can compete in the global economy. Advancing and cultivating economic growth by building a world-class workforce development system in Indiana through partnership and practice.Indiana Department of Workforce Development- Indiana Government Center

South 10 North Senate Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46204

1-800-891-6499 1-800-437-9136WFD
Indiana Health Coverage ProgramsThe Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning (OMPP) finances basic, cost-effective medical health coverage programs for low-income residents of the state of Indiana. This is done in accordance with state and federal requirements and at a reasonable cost to Indiana’s taxpayers, by providing insurance coverage for health care and making timely and accurate payments to providers of health care services.Medicaid-Office LocationFamily and Social Services Administration of Indiana 402 W. Washington Street PO Box 7083 Indianapolis, IN 46207-70831-317-713-9627 1-800-457-4584IN MEDICAID
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