Township Assistance Resources

Our Service Partners

In an effort to most efficiently use taxpayer dollars and avoid duplication of services, the township partners with several local organizations to provide essential services.  Among those are:


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Alternatives Incorporated

PO Box 1302
Anderson Indiana
46015 United States
P: (765) 643-0218

MISSION STATEMENT: Alternatives Incorporated strives to eradicate family violence in all its facets through education, prevention, and intervention in Central Indiana
PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT: Alternatives Incorporated exists to promote the right of all persons to live in a loving, caring, safe, and secure environment.
VISION STATEMENT: All persons will live in a loving, caring, safe, and secure environment through the collaborative efforts of Alternatives Incorporated.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions

4755 Kingsway Drive, Suite 200
Indianapolis IN 46205
P: (317) 254-3660

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions empowers older adults, those of any age with a disability and family caregivers to achieve the greatest possible independence, dignity and quality of life.  This mission is accomplished by the implementation of a wide variety of services related to aging and disability, including information and referral, case management, transportation, home delivered meals, etc.

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis

1109 S 10th St.
Noblesville, IN 46060
P: (317)773.2221

Community Action of Greater Indianapolis, Inc. (CAGI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the reduction and ultimate elimination of poverty among the clients in its service area.  Up until 2014, we served more than 40,000 households and 100,000 residents of Boone, Hamilton, Hendricks,  Marion and Tipton Counties in Indiana.  CAGI has pursued its mission since its incorporation in 1965, and the constellation of services we provide has grown and evolved as the shape and face of poverty has changed and the needs of our clients have changed.

Today, CAGI remains devoted to the provision of services which not only address imminent, emergency issues, but also those which promote the long-term self-sufficiency and prosperity of our clients and our community.  We are proud to be among the more than 1,000 Community Action Agencies in the country striving to achieve such outcomes for our constituents.

Express Employment Professional

7259 Fishers Landing Drive
Fishers, Indiana 46038
(317) 596-9370

Express Employment Professionals is a leading staffing provider in the U.S., Canada and South Africa. Every day, we help job seekers find work and help businesses find qualified employees.

Founded in 1983, Express today employs 400,000 people across nearly 700 franchise locations worldwide. Our long-term goal is at the heart of our company's vision, to help as many people as possible find good jobs by helping as many clients as possible find good people.

Good Samaritan Network

12933 Parkside Drive
Fishers IN 46038
P: (317) 842-2603
F: (317) 842-4766

DIRECT Services: GSN is directly involved in serving at-risk individuals and families within Hamilton County. Typically direct services involve emergency or crisis intervention for: housing and utility assistance, food insecurities, minimal car repairs, medical and prescription assistance, as well as educational opportunities for improving individual independence. GSN provides direct care when clients have nowhere else to turn.

Grace Community Church Care Center

5504 E 146th Street
Noblesville IN 46062
P: (317) 848-2722
F: (317) 848-2674

The Choice Pantry: Monday/Tuesday 6:00pm-8:00pm, Wednesday 10:00am-12:00pm

The Grace Care Center has been created to meet the needs of our neighbors in Hamilton County.  There are three different portions of the Care.  No appointment needed, just come visit us.

Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County

PO Box 247
17902 US Hwy 31 N
Westfield IN 46074
P: (317) 896-9423
F: (317) 896-9364

Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County is a Christian housing ministry building decent, affordable homes for qualified low income families. We serve hard working families who want to create stability in their lives and in the lives of their children.
Qualifying families will earn no less than 30% of the median income of Hamilton County and have manageable debt. Although we are not an immediate housing solution, we are a long term change in the lives of many families.

Hamilton County Kids Coats

Carmel United Methodist Church
621 South Rangeline Rd.
Carmel IN 46032
P: (317) 324-8818

Distribution:  1st Saturday of November 7:00am-1:00pm

Hamilton County Kids Coats is an interfaith mission in Hamilton County, Indiana. We collect donated new and used coats and other winter wear. Preregistration is encouraged, but not required.

It is the mission of Hamilton County Kids Coats to bring Christ™ message of hope to the county™ needy by providing families with gently-used, clean winter coats. We believe that providing warm coats, hats, mittens, gloves, scarves and boots to those in need is a small, but important step in spreading the hope that a new life in Christ represents.

Hamilton County WIC

942 N. 10th Street
Noblesville IN 46060
P: (317) 776-3445
F: (317) 776-3447

WIC is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, breastfeeding support, healthy food and referrals to other services free of charge to Indiana families who qualify.

Hamilton County Youth Assistance

Westfield City Services Center
2728 E. 171st Street
Westfield IN 46074
P: (317) 804-3019

The Youth Assistance Program strives to build a healthy community for tomorrow by extending a helping hand to the youth of today through family assistance, tutoring and mentoring. These programs are available to qualified children needing assistance. 

Heart and Soul Clinic, Inc.

202 Penn St.
P.O. Box 478
Westfield IN 46074
P: (317) 374-5804
F: (317) 804-5783

Hours:  2nd & 4th Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm

We are a free health clinic in Westfield. We serve the uninsured and underinsured in Hamilton and surrounding counties. All of our services are free. All of our staff are volunteers. We refer patients to other agencies as needed, such as dental, vision and lab, and many more.

Janus Developmental Services, Inc.

1555 Westfield Road
Noblesville IN 46062
F: (317) 773-8798

Janus Developmental Services provides individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate and contribute within the community. Janus has a 35 year history of providing programs and services to children and adults with disabilities. 

Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County

395 Westfield Rd
Noblesville IN 46060
P: (317) 776-7159

Delivery: Monday-Friday 11;00am-1:00pm

Established in 1975 Meals on Wheels is a private, charitable 501(c)(3) organization that supports individuals who are elderly, disabled and homebound by delivering nutritious meals, reducing hunger, improving health and promoting independence.

Our primary goal is to help our clients remain living independently, within their own homes, for as long a possible. Friendly volunteers compassionately deliver meals in all eight communities of Hamilton County. Meals are prepared in state approved healthcare facilities and designed by a certified registered dietitian. Client™ specific dietary needs and requirements are met as prescribed by their physician. 

Merciful H.E.L.P. Center

1045 W 146th Street
Suite A
Carmel IN 46032
P: (317) 663-4039
F: (317) 663-4037

Pantry: Tuesday 10:00am-12:00pm and 5:00pm-7:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-12:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-11:30am

Free service to resident and homeless disadvantaged people of all ages in Central Indiana focusing on Hamilton County to provide food, financial aid, home goods, used furniture and large appliances, used vehicles, home repair, clothing and other needed services. Assist with referrals for social assistance, housing, jobs and legal matters in cooperation with dozens of other agencies. The Merciful H.E.L.P. Center will provide opportunities for volunteers to come together to serve others with dignity and respect.

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

3333 N Meridian Street, Suite 201 
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Phone: (317) 429-4131
Fax: (317) 429-4130

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
We provide legal representation to those who qualify based on their income in the following civil areas:
  • Bankruptcy
  • Consumer/Debt
  • Expungement
  • Housing/Foreclosure
  • Immigration
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Tax Controversies
  • Wills/Estates

Open Doors of Westfield Washington Township, Inc

19360 Tomlinson Rd. 
P.O. Box 196
Westfield IN 46074
P: (317) 867-8670

Pantry: Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm

Open Doors of Westfield Washington Township is a faith based organization providing a variety of services. We serve only people that live in Westfield Washington Township. Services: Food and clothing provided. The client may come in once every 30 days. The first time a new client comes in they must provide picture ID, proof of residency with a lease or utility bill and pay stub if applicable. 

Special projects: Spring cleaning baskets, Back to School supplies, Thanksgiving baskets, Christmas gifts and Sweat outfits for the children. Life Skills classes are offered. We provide gently used books and restored bicycles. 

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church

9900 East 191st Street
Noblesville IN 46060

Our main outreach service is St. Vincent de Paul Society (listed separately). Their services include: food pantry, emergency financial assistance, thrift store. See the SVDP listing for more information. Our Lady of Grace Church provides Monthly Graced Meals. This is a service which requires no screening or documentation that is a meal delivery on the last Saturday of every month.

Prevail, Inc.

1100 S. 9th St.
Ste. 100
Noblesville IN 46060
P: (317) 773-6942
F: (317) 776-3448

Prevail is the Victim Awareness and Support Program for Hamilton and surrounding counties. We are committed to offering services, free of charge, in a confidential, supportive, nonjudgmental environment meant to empower, educate and strengthen those we serve.

Adult Services: Domestic Violence - Prevail offers a variety of services to women, and their children, who have experienced or are living with domestic violence, from one-on-one safety planning to ongoing support groups. Sexual Assault – Dealing with the aftermath of sexual assault is often a long and emotional process for the victim and their family. Prevail offers support groups to help victims address feelings of isolation, guilt and shame. Employment Services - Prevail's services range from resume writing, job search and placement, and job support for victims of crime and abuse. Victim Notification Services – Prevail educates crime victims about the criminal justice system by creating a variety of educational resources and offering access to knowledgeable personnel.

Youth Services: Children - Prevail works to break the cycle of violence by working with the next generation. Adolescents- Prevail offers specific programs for teens who live with or have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault.

Other Services provided:  Crisis Intervention, Court Support, Victim Impact Panel

Shepherd’s Gate Food Pantry

17102 Springmill Rd
Westfield, IN  46074
P:  (317) 896-3213

Pantry:  Monday-Thursday 3:30pm-5:00pm, Saturday 9:30am-11:00am

Shepherd’s Gate Pantry is a volunteer basic needs outreach ministry of St. Maria Goretti Catholic Church, whose work is done in conjunction with the HELP Committee of our parish.

Those in need right here in Hamilton County utilize Shepherd’s Gate Pantry.   To use our services, clients must show proof of residency in Hamilton County. These clients may come to the pantry once a month.

Some baby items are available through the pantry.  Cribs and mattresses are given out by referral from several Hamilton County agencies, which include: Good Samaritan, Birthright, Healthy Families, and County Trustees.  Baby clothing up to size 2T; baby food and formula; high chairs, strollers are sometimes available. We are one of few area pantries that supply these items

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

1391 Greenfield Ave
Noblesville IN 46060
P: (317) 773-7608

Pantry: Monday/Thursday 10:00am-2:00pm, Wednesday 10:00am-2:00pm and 6:30pm-8:00pm, Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm

Mission: St. Vincent de Paul Society secures and provides food for needy families and offers financial assistance to those living on fixed incomes, elderly, unemployed, underemployed and/or disability through generous donations and revenue generated from the sale of donated goods in the thrift store.

St. Vincent de Paul Society serves Hamilton County. A referral is required from the township trustee's office or any social service agency in order for families to receive financial with rent, utility or medical prescription and other assistance, such as in-kind giving of furniture, appliances, household items and clothing. These agencies conduct the screening process prior to issuing a referral to St. Vincent de Paul Society for assistance. However, no referral is required to receive a non-perishable food box.

Stilts Spirit – A Giving Tree

206 W Main Street
Westfield, IN  46074

A Giving Tree Community Pantry is proudly serving the residents of Hamilton County, Indiana.  Guests receive a large selection of fresh produce, breads, whole grains, canned vegetables and fruits, meat and dairy items.  All items are subject to availability and are distributed until supplies are depleted.

Third Phase

1577 Allisonville Road
Noblesville, IN  46060
(317) 773-5100

Third Phase provides hungry families with food and household supplies, and emergency shelter. Women and children who have no other place to go can find shelter at this historic home near Noblesville Indiana. 

Trinity Free Medical, Dental and Eye Clinic

1045 W 146th St, Ste B
Carmel, IN 46032
(317) 819-0772

Hours:  Saturdays 8:00am-12:00pm 
Eye Clinic Hours: 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month 6:00pm-9:00pm

Trinity Free Clinic serves residents from Hamilton County who cannot afford health or dental care because of lack of both insurance and personal finance resources.
Medical Clinic:  Free medical services for adults and children include care of minor illnesses, injuries and general physicals/well child exams.
Women’s Health Clinic:  Services provided include pap test, clinical breast exam, pregnancy testing and general well women health care. Screening mammograms are offered periodically.
Pediatric Clinic:  Free medical services for children include care of minor illnesses, injuries, well child/school/sport physicals and vaccines.
Eye Clinic:  The Eye Clinic provides examinations by an Optometrist and provides glasses.
Foot Care:  Treatment can be provided for ingrown toenails, fungal infections, foot pain, and other foot conditions.
Asthma and Allergy Clinic:  This clinic treats individuals 12 years of age and older who suffer from asthma and allergies.
Acute Dental Clinic:  Dental evaluations and emergency dental care are offered based on immediate dental need as determined by the dental staff. Acute Dental Clinic provides evaluation, x-rays and simple extractions. Often patients come with severe infections and antibiotics are prescribed, with follow-up appointments for treatment. Depending on the diagnosis, a patient could be referred for oral surgery or a root canal. Both services are limited.


Hamilton County-Fishers
10204 Lantern Rd
Fishers, IN  46037
(317) 841-8194

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