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I lost my job. Where can I get help?

  • WorkOne Franklin
    Career center helping job seekers connect to the right resources to meet their particular need.

I need legal advice. Where can I get help?

I need food assistance. Where can I get help?

  • The Lord's Locker
    P.O. Box 327
    106 E. Pearl Street, Trafalgar, IN
    Faith-based organization providing food, clothing and household items to residents of Johnson, Morgan and Brown counties; a picture ID and Social Security numbers for all family members is required.
  • Saints Francis & Clare Parish Harvest Food Pantry
    5901 Olive Branch Road, Greenwood, IN
    Food pantry operated out of Saints Francis & Clare Parish, providing food for residents of Johnson and Morgan counties; proof of residency is required.

  • Community Meals
    Community Meals are served daily at several churches in Johnson county. The meals are free and open to anyone. 

I need housing assistance. Where can I get help?

  • Human Services, Inc.
    Organization that offers various services to meet the basic needs of individuals from Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Johnson and Shelby counties.
  • Dayspring Center
    Resource center located in Indianapolis offers 24-hour emergency housing for those facing a crisis situation, as well as case management and long-term housing to address needs more deeply.
  • KIC-IT
    Franklin-based organization serves homeless youth (ages 16-25), offering a drop-in center, hot meals, case management and transportation.

I am having problems at home. Where can I get help?

  • Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
    812-379-5575, ext. 110
    25-bed emergency shelter serving Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson, Johnson and Shelby counties, offering 24-hour crisis helpline, outreach, prevention education, legal services and a children’s program.
  • The Julian Center
    Center aimed at empowering survivors of domestic and sexual violence through their many services, including a 24-hour helpline, safety planning, transitional housing, shelter and much more.
  • Johnson County CASA Program
    Volunteer organization appointed by judges to speak and advocate for children in the legal system.
    A program in Johnson County that is dedicated to serving any person directly or indirectly affected by sexual, domestic, and physical violence.

I am a senior in need of assistance. Where can I find help?

  • Sources for Seniors
    An online directory of resources for seniors living in Johnson County, including food assistance, transportation help, information on avoiding frauds and scams, and much more.

Other Resources:

  • 211
    Free and confidential service whose goal is to put anyone with a need in touch with the appropriate local resource, including food, housing and utility assistance. Veteran services are also available.
  • Family & Social Services Administration
    State agency that offers assistance with a broad spectrum of services, including disability services, aging services, Medicaid assistance, mental health and addictions services and more.