Basic Needs Assistance
Basic Needs Assistance
Senior Resources Other Resources
I lost my job. Where can I get help?
I need legal advice. Where can I get help?
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.
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.
- 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.
- 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.
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.
- Explore Johnson County Childcare
Online directory of childcare providers and related resources for parents living and working in Johnson County.
- 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.
- Helpline of Johnson County
Information and referral service that provides phone numbers, contact information and guidance to social services resources. Available for Johnson County residents needing help with food, medical, housing, etc. Download the Helpline Brochure