Indiana 211 Partnership, Inc. (IN211) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building the 2-1-1 system for Indiana. The goal is to create a seamless network of information and referral services that enables anyone in Indiana in need of human services to have quick referrals to those who provide them by dialing 2-1-1. Additionally, aggregate data will be collected to assist communities in assessing needs and allocating resources.
4C is a resource for free child care referrals and child development information. 4C is the official child care resource and referral agency for Southwestern Indiana and serves the following counties: Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Orange, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Warrick.
accessAbility is a Center for Independent Living located in central Indiana. They serve Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks, Marion, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson, and Shelby Counties.
Our practice proudly provides Affordable Dentures® and related denture and tooth extraction services. We are located in Evansville, IN and opened in 1995. Each year, we treat more than 2,000 denture patients who travel from Evansville, Princeton, Henderson, Kentucky and many other communities in the surrounding area.
The American Foundation for the Blind provides a local directory of services for blind and visually impaired persons.
Red Cross chapter serving Knox, Pike, and Daviess Counties in Indiana and Crawford, Lawrence, and Richand Counties in Illinois.
This facility offers a very wide variety of passive and active recreational activities for older Americans on a daily basis in the Arnold F. Habig Community Center. Some of the Center's many activities include: Exercise Class, Card Tourneys, Quilting Bees, Bingo, Guest Speakers, Corn Hole, Wii Games, Book Club, Blood Pressure Checks, Parties, Craft Sessions, Catered Meals, One-Day Trips and a Computer Lab.
ATTIC, Inc. is a Center for Independent Living serving 8 counties in Southwest Indiana.
The Great Lakes ADA Center provides information, materials, technical assistance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Topics addressed includes the non-discrimination requirements in employment, the obligations of state and local governments and business to ensure that programs, services and activities are readily accessible to and useable by people with disabilities. This includes access to the information technology used by these entities including but not limited to websites, software, kiosks, etc.
Covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.