If you or a loved one is charged in a criminal case, we know you are living through one of the most stressful times in your life. You might be facing job loss, food insecurity, mental stress, or other legal issues unrelated to the federal case. There are local community and non-profit programs in central Indiana that can help.

Your first stop should be Indiana’s free local service that helps you find the resources you need. Dial 211 to connect with someone to help or visit their website here.

Food Insecurity

  • Community Compass – an app that can help you find food assistance –  You can download the app by searching for “community compass” or text the word “hi” to 317-434-3758 to find assistance.
  • Gleaners Food Bank – help finding a food pantry near you, Gleaners food bank home delivery program at: 317-742-9111
  • MLK Emergency Food Delivery
  • Indy Hunger Network – find local food pantries
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul – help finding a food pantry near you
  • WIC – apply for the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutrition program

Housing Insecurity

Legal Services

Mental Health & Drug Treatment Services

Help to Pay for Care

  • Indiana Medicaid Portal– apply for coverage, manage benefits, and find a provider
  • Recovery Works– a state funded program to help with payment for mental health and substance abuse disorder treatment