Community Resources

The following is a list of area resources. Carmel Clay Schools does not recommend or refer families to any particular agency. Each family should use its discretion when determining which provider is best for them. You may wish to consult with your insurance company for preferred health providers.

 

Arcadia Developmental Center - serves mild, moderate, severe, and profound mentally and physically handicapped children and young adults.
303 Franklin Ave.
Arcadia, IN 46030
(317) 984-9321

Bread of Life Pantry - Pantry is open to Hamilton County residents in need of assistance. Patrons are provided one visit per month and upon your first visit please bring a valid Indiana driver's license or state id card and a recent utility bill showing your current address.  Enter through the driveway at the south end of the church property, near the garage, and park in the gravel parking lot adjacent to the portables.  The pantry is located in the first door on your right when you ascend the stairs, room C2.  The pantry is open Wednesday evenings from  5-7 pm except for holidays.

Hazel Dell Christian Church

14501 Hazel Dell Parkway

Carmel, IN  46033-9401

(317) 846-9828

Brooke's Place for Grieving Young People - a not-for-profit agency providing peer support groups for young people and college age (age 3-20+) who have experienced the death of a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, cousin, sibling, friend or loved one.

Buckingham and Associates
13050 Parkside Drive, Suite 240
Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 621-1100

Carmel Police Department
3 Civic Square
Carmel, Indiana 46032
(317)-571-2500


The Center for Mental Health
1969 Conner Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-3730

Chaucie's Place
4607 E. 106th St.
Carmel, IN 46033
317-759-8008
www.chauciesplace.org

Chaucie’s Place works passionately to ensure the welfare of children by offering evidence-based, high-quality prevention programs to end the cycle of abuse and to empower children and adults to take an active role to make sure that children of central Indiana have the opportunity to live to their highest potential.

The center provides a neutral, child-focused environment where forensic interviews may take place for cases of alleged child sexual and physical abuse and neglect to help reduce trauma for child victims.

Community Health Network - Behavioral Care Services
outpatient referrals: (317) 621-5719 or 866-621-5719
24 hour crisis referral: (317) 621-5700 or 800-662-3445

Community Addiction Services of Indiana, Inc.
Hamilton County office
942 North 10th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
317 776-3478
317 776-3471

Fairbanks Hospital
Addictions/Substance Abuse Counseling
8102 Clearvista Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46256
(317) 849-8222

Family Service of Central Indiana, Inc.
942 North 10th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-6273

Family Tree Counseling Associates
703 Pro Med Lane, Suite #102
Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 844-2442

Food Pantries 5.15.13
 
Goodwill Industries
Noblesville Workforce Services Division
942 N. 10th St.
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 524-3854

Promising Futures - provides programs to meet the physical, social, emotional, educational and self-discovery needs of troubled and at risk youth and families of Hamilton and surrounding counties.
294 S. Ninth Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone (317) 773-6342

Hamilton County Juvenile Probation
18106 Cumberland Road
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone (317) 776-5856

Hamilton County Office of Family and Children
938 N. 10th St.
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-2183 from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
(317) 773-2182 after hours - Sheriff's Department

Hamilton County Social Services - emergency financial assistance.
621 Rangeline Rd.
Carmel, IN 46032
317 691-2454

Hamilton County WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
942 North 10th St.
Noblesville, IN 46060
317 776-3445

Indiana Department of Workforce Development
Indiana Government Center South
10 North Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
1-800-891-6499

Indiana Legal Services - A non-profit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people throughout the state of Indiana. ILS helps clients who are faced with legal problems that harm their ability to have such basics as food, shelter, income, medical care or personal safety.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy

Janus Development Services, Inc. - A non-profit organization that works with communities to model and teach acceptance of individuals with disabilities in ways that advance beyond governmental funding, professional expertise, and legal mandate.

The Julian Center
2011 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46062
317 920-9320

Juvenile Services Center
18106 Cumberland Rd
Noblesville, IN 46060
Phone (317) 776-9828

LEAPP program
One Hamilton County Square, Suite 29
Noblesville, IN 46060-2229
Phone (317) 776-9672

Legacy Fund Community Foundation - Serves the Hamilton County area by awarding grants to charitable organizations in the community it serves, managing endowment funds to benefit community initiatives and organizations and providing leadership to address community needs.

Mathias Counseling and Consulting – offers individual and group counseling, classes for children and parents on key issues, and consultation for schools, churches, and community agencies.
11650 Lantern Road Suite 136
Fishers, IN 46038-3101
Phone (317) 578-2141

Prevail- A private, not-for-profit organization serving the need of crime victims and their families in Hamilton County and surrounding areas through support and awareness.
24 hour crisis line: (317) 776-3472
1100 South 9th Street, Suite 100
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 773-6942


SNAP – focusing on raising awareness of the issue of adolescent substance use and abuse.
515 East Main Street Suite 100
Carmel, IN 46032

Social Security Administration - Anderson office
117 S. Scatterfield Rd.
Anderson, IN 46012
765 644-8885
800 772-1213

St. Vincent Stress Centers
Substance Abuse Services
8401 Harcourt Road
Indianapolis IN 46260
(317) 338-4600

TANF Benefits (Temporary Assistance for needy Families)
Family and Social Services Administration
Hamilton County Division of Family Resources
1105 S. 10th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
317 776-2603

Trinity Free Clinic
14598 Oak Ridge Road
Carmel, Indiana 46032
317-819-0772
www.trinityfreeclinic.org

Wheeler Mission - soup kitchen.
245 N. Delaware St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317 635-3575

Work One - Employment and workforce services.
10204 Lantern Rd.
Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 841-8194

Financial Services

Community Action Office
836 Division Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-773-2221

Noblesville Housing Authority
320 Kings Lane
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-773-5110

Division of Family Resources
938 N. 10th Street
Noblesville, IN 46060
Email: fssa@state.in.us

Clay Township Trustee
John W. Hensel Government Center
10701 North College Ave
Indianapolis, indiana 46280
317-846-2773

 

   
   
 

Good Samaritan

A great place to start…serves as a clearinghouse and referral for all non-profits in Hamilton County and can direct you somewhere else if needed.

Good Samaritan Network
382 Woodview Drive
Noblesville, IN 46060
317-773-5030

2-1-1

Everyone knows that dialing 911 will connect them with police, fire and ambulance emergency services. In central Indiana, dialing 2-1-1 will connect them 24/7 to Connect2Help (C2H) for free and confidential information about human services. While the 926-HELP number still works, increasingly people are using the simpler and easier to remember 2-1-1. The Federal Communications Commission reserved the 2-1-1 abbreviated dialing code exclusively for nonprofit information and referral in July of 2000. However, planning and implementation of 2-1-1 had already started in many parts of the U.S. and Canada. It is being carried out by a variety of state, regional and provincial groups and on widely varying scales of coverage. Here in Indiana, Connect2Help has been working with the Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. and a range of stakeholders for over ten years to extend 2-1-1 to the entire state. The plan envisions C2H and other local 2-1-1 Centers working cooperatively within an integrated system to cover all of Indiana. The goal of the Partnership is to have complete statewide coverage as soon as funding becomes available and sustainable.