Emergency Assistance

State and local resources to assist with basic life needs.

Statewide Resources
  • FSSA: Food Assistance Availability Map site is designed to help you find available food resources near you. 
  • AuntBertha.com connects all people in need and the programs that serve them (with dignity and ease). Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, legal services, and more.
  • Indiana Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
  • Energy Assistance outside of Marion County
  • Connect 2 Help 2-1-1 is a free and confidential telephone assistance service to help those in need to get information about food and emergency assistance. Simply dial 2-1-1.
  • Frontier Lifeline Discount Program provides low cost internet and telephone services to qualified individuals.
  • Comcast Internet Essentials offers low cost internet service, computer equipment and free training to families with at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program.
  • AT&T offers low-cost wireline home internet service to qualifying households. 
  • Spectrum Internet Assist provides low cost internet service to qualified individuals.
  • Township Trustees provide emergency assistance for township residents who are experiencing an unforeseen hardship and have exhausted all other assistance options. Contact your local township trustee's office for more information.
  • Cigna's Veteran Support Line will help all veterans, their families and caregivers with services and resources for food, clothing, housing, safety, transportation and more. Services are provided whether or not the veteran is a Cigna customer. Call 1-855-244-6211 for more information.
 Area-Specific Resources