United Way of Northwest Indiana’s Resource Round Up
Click Here –  to find resources in Lake & Porter Counties for needs like paying rent, unemployment, finding childcare, and more.
Search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, housing, goods, transportation, money, education, work, legal, and more. Click here – to find social services in your area.

Indiana’s Family and Social Service Administration 
Click here – For more information about social services in Indiana.

211 Indiana
Helps Hoosiers find needed resources locally.  Click Here –  For more information.


Federal Financial Aid
Click Here – For more information on Financial Aid and scholarships visit their website HERE.

Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Click Here – For more information on scholarships, job training, & educational grants.


Indiana Department of Workforce Development
Click Here – To find additional information about unemployment claims to high school equivalency.
Click Here – For help finding a job in Indiana.

Work One
Click Here – For information about job training, education and to find your local Work One office.


Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana
Meals on Wheels delivers food to those in need with the support of community volunteers. Through generous donations from the community, Meals on Wheels is able to provide affordable or low-cost meals to individuals on a fixed income. Government or other assistance may be available. Contact their offices at 219.756.3663 or visit their website HERE.

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)
WIC is a nutrition program, nationally recognized as an effective means for improving access to nutritious foods and promoting healthy lifestyles. For more information about eligibility requirements call 800.522.0874 or visit their website HERE.


Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0
The Healthy Indiana Plan (or “HIP 2.0”) is an affordable health insurance program for uninsured adult Hoosiers. The Healthy Indiana Plan pays for medical expenses and provides incentives for members to be more health-conscious. The Healthy Indiana Plan provides coverage for qualified low-income Hoosiers ages 19 to 64. Click Here for more information.

Hoosier Healthwise
The State of Indiana’s health care program for children, pregnant women, and families with low income. Based on family income, children up to age 19 may be eligible for coverage. Click Here for more information.

Affordable Health Care Marketplace
The Affordable Health Care Marketplace is Federal health care coverage information as well as a resource to find local care. Click Here for more information.

SNAP Healthy Incentives
SNAP healthy incentive programs encourage people participating in SNAP to purchase healthy foods by providing a coupon, discount, gift card, bonus food item or extra funds.  Click Here for more information.