Children and Family
Looking for parenting support? We’ve got resources for you. These organizations provide everything from affordable childcare to advice on raising children.
About Special Kids
Provides information, peer support, and education for parents of children with disabilities.
Adult Protective Services
Receives and investigates reports abuse, neglect, or exploitation of adults.
Alpha and Omega/Trinity Park United Methodist Church
Provides before and after school care for children in grades K-6, and full-time summer care.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana
Develops mentors committed to helping boys and girls grow into the next generation of caring, confident and competent adults.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Hancock County
Delivers comprehensive care and treatment for individuals with mental health conditions and substance abuse disorder.
Boys Town National Hotline
Toll free crisis hotline providing resource and referral service for troubled children and adolescents and parents. Utilizing highly trained, professional crisis counselors, all calls are maintained to completion-meaning a referral is made or the problem is solved. Spanish counselors are available. We help anyone, in all situations at any time.
Bradley United Methodist Community Preschool
Provides schooling for children ages 3-5. Morning sessions are available from August through May. Please call for prices and details.
Brooke’s Place for Grieving Young People
Provides support groups, therapy, and education to children and young adults experiencing grief.
Celebrations Child Care Ministry & Preschool
Provides childcare for children ages 6 weeks to 11 years old.
Center Township Hancock County Trustee
Serves the residents of Center Township. Provides relief to individuals and families in need by issuing vouchers for food, clothing, shelter and medical care. Referrals are made to other agencies where the client may be eligible for assistance.
Children’s Resource Group
Provides therapeutic and support services to children and families experiencing mental illness.
Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS)
Provides supplemental medical coverage to help families of children who have serious, chronic medical conditions, age birth to 21, who meet program’s financial and medical criteria, pay for treatment related to their children’s condition.