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Health care benefits and insurance with a growing network of providers.
No-cost health care for foster youth.
A Voice for Kids
Helping build better community partners with foster youth, helping them obtain permit hours, and educating communities on the needs of the child welfare community.
Aspire Indiana Health
Primary, mental, and behavioral health care available at 7 locations across Indiana.
Contact Mary Giesel, Community Partnerships Coordinator
- Primary Care
- PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) HARP (Harm Reduction Program) Behavioral Health
- Addiction Therapy & Treatment Child Advocacy Center
- Deaf Services HIV/Infectious Disease
- Housing Assistance & Group Homes Outpatient Mental Health Vocational Employment & Assistance Youth & Family Services
- Adult Home & Community-Based Services School-Based Services Inpatient & Crisis Services Veteran’s Programs
- LEBANON: 1600 W. Main St., Lebanon, IN
- NOBLESVILLE: 17840 Cumberland Rd., Noblesville, IN
- CARMEL: 697 Pro-Med Ln., Carmel, IN
- DEHAVEN: 2020 Brown St., Anderson, IN
- HOAK: 2009 Brown St., Anderson, IN
- ELWOOD: 10731 SR 13, Elwood, IN
- INDIANAPOLIS: 2506 Willowbrook Pkwy., Indianapolis, IN
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Indiana’s statewide community college network, now enrolling for the fall.
Nina Scholars Program at IUPUI
A legacy of the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, this scholars program provides scholarships and support to young scholars pursuing higher education.
Pink Leaf is a life skills and empowerment organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty-one skill, one person, one opportunity at a time.
THRIVE at IUPUI
Scholarship and support for independent students
THRIVE is a scholarship and transformative program for incoming IUPUI freshmen (admitted for the fall semester) who have experienced foster care, housing insecurity, or homelessness, or who are emancipated or have had legal guardianship determined by a court. Independent students are offered an empowering first-year experience, as part of a community, where they can realize their unique potential through personal development and self-discovery. Students are surrounded by the resources and support they need to master the transition to college and work toward their goals.
If you know an aspiring college student who would benefit from this program, please refer them or send their information to us. We can help them navigate the IUPUI admission process, the FAFSA, and the application for the program.