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Senior Resources Other Resources
The United Way of Johnson County has created this special website page in an attempt to keep the community updated on the Johnson County health and human services agencies as it relates to the COVID-19 virsus. Provides daily updates for area social service agencies, community meal locations, school based meals, and utilities.VIew Updates
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.
- Indiana Department of Workforce Development (Filing for Unemployment)
Indiana's online destination to file for unemployment benefits, find information about unemployment insurance and search for jobs.
- Additional resources for Job-Seekers
I need legal advice. Where can I get help?
- Indiana Legal Services: Johnson County Legal Aid
Free pop-up legal service for Johnson County residents that meets at the Greenwood Public Library and at the Law Library of the Johnson County Courthouse in Franklin.
- Disability Legal Services of Indiana
Offers free and low cost legal services to children and adults with disabilities in Indiana.
I need food assistance. Where can I get help?
- Interchurch Food Pantry of Johnson County
211 Commerce Drive, Franklin, IN
Faith-based food pantry for Johnson County residents; proof of residency with a picture ID is required
- 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.
- Johnson County Blessing Boxes
A map of self-serve pantries of non-perishable food items.
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.
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.
- Nonviolent Alternatives
Nonviolent Alternatives is a highly specialized domestic violence Batterers Intervention Program.
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?
- Johnson County Volunteer Advocates for Seniors and Incapacitated Adults (VASIA)
Vasia is a team of volunteer advocates who help seniors and incapacitated adults in need achieve the highest degree of independence, while also assisting them in gaining the greatest degree of health, comfort and safety.
- Johnson County Senior Services
Johnson County Senior Services is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that offers transportation for Johnson County residents 60 and older at NO CHARGE. Service is Door-To-Door, Wheelchair Accessible transportation. They also offer Durable Medical Equipment and maintain a Food pantry of nonperishable items and household items.
I am in need of mental health assistance. Where can I get help?
- Local Behavioral and Mental Health Resources
On-line directory of local mental health providers for children and adults.
- LookUp Indiana
Mental, behavioral, and emotional health information.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call 1-800-273-8255 or Text IN to 741741
- Veteran Crisis Line
Call 1-800-273-8255, and press 1 or Text to 838255
Support for deaf and hard of hearing is available at 1-800-799-4889
- Additional Mental Health and Suicide Prevention booklists and resources can be found at: pageafterpage.org/suicideprevention
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.
Aunt Bertha - The Social Care Network
Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.
- 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.
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