Township Relief Assistance
The Lincoln Township Trustee offers assistance to qualified residents who are experiencing financial hardship. The trustee offers assistance in the following areas: shelter, utilities, burials, food, fuel, prescriptions, and miscellaneous expenses. To qualify, you must be a permanent resident of Lincoln Township and show need for assistance.
The power of change is a new pilot program designed to help income-qualified customers with a one-time grant to assist with electric bill payments when financial challenges occur. The goal is to offer customers a hand-up during a time of need.
The Rental Assistance Portal is designed to help Indiana renters living outside of Marion County whose income has been adversely affected by COVID-19 avoid eviction by connecting them with programs that can help them cover monthly rent payments or past due rent.
Early Ed Connect
The Indiana Family and Social Services’ Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning (OECOSL) is accepting applications from families in any Indiana county who may be eligible for grants for their children to receive high-quality, prekindergarten education through the On My Way Pre-K program for the 2020-2021 school year. The program, which started as a five-county pilot and then expanded to 20 counties in 2017, became statewide in 2019. Information about the program and the link to apply can be found here.
Be Well Indiana
If the pandemic has made you feel isolated, anxious or afraid, you are not alone. The Be Well Crisis Helpline connects you to free, confidential counseling 24/7. To be connected to a crisis counselor, call 211 and enter your zip code, then follow the prompts and select number 3 for the Be Well Crisis Helpline.
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