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IndianaScottSocial SupportA Place To Be - Trauma healing center15 S. First St.Scottsburg812-752-3663A Place to Be is primarily a trauma healing center (domestic violence, child abuse, substance abuse, etc.). Case management, counseling and therapy will take place informally and based on relationships with the staff of the organization. It is set up as a living room area of make individuals feel comfortable and at home. Some therapy is done through work in the kitchen alongside Michelle.www.facebook.com/aplacetobeinscottcounty
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IndianaScottTreatmentA Place to Be - Trauma Healing Center15 S 1st StreetScottsburg(812) 752-3663A Place to Be is primarily a trauma healing center (domestic violence, child abuse, substance abuse, etc.). Case management, counseling and therapy will take place informally and based on relationships with the staff of the organization. It is set up as a living room area of make individuals feel comfortable and at home. Some therapy is done through work in the kitchen alongside Michelle. Homeless By referral from another agency or program, open access and services are free, with requests for donations. Contact Michelle Korty at (812) 595-8732 or michelle.korty@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/aplacetobeinscottcountyservices are free, with requests for donations
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IndianaScottAddictionA Place to Be - Trauma Healing Center15 S 1st StreetScottsburg(812) 752-3663Case management, counseling and therapy will take place informally and based on relationships with the staff of the organization, to help those suffering with substance use disorder. This program is open access and services are free, with requests for donations. Contact Michelle Korty at (812) 595-8732 or michelle.korty@gmail.comwww.facebook.com/aplacetobeinscottcountyservices are free, with requests for donations
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IndianaScottFoodA Place to Be in Scott County15 S 1st StreetScottsburg(812) 752-3663A trauma healing center that invites the community to help by nourishing their families through carryout, ordering sweet treats, or use catering services.
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Virginia ScottEducationAbundant Life Academy Education Consultanthttp://www.abundantlifeacademy.com/all-boys-boarding-schools/indiana-all-boys-boarding-schools-troubled-teens.htmlMilford888-305-6729
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IndianaScottEducationAdult Education/GED Program1092 Community WayScottsburg(812) 752-6438
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IndianaScottAdult Protective Services(812) 285-6364
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IndianaFloydShelterAffordable Supportive Housing Program - St. Elizabeth's Catholic Charities601 E. Market StreetNew Albany 812-949-7305The needs of our community made it necessary to expand our programs in order to serve the many vulnerable families waiting for housing. Through the ASH Program families facing homelessness can live independently in affordable housing. This program offers rent on a sliding scale fee as well as access to case managers, mental health therapists, distribution, and all other resources St. Elizabeth’s has to offer.http://www.stecharities.org/about
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IndianaWashingtonEducationAfternoons ROCK1707 N. Shelby St. Salem 812-883-5565After school program helping youth maintain positive behavior. Call for more information.
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MissouriScottEducationAgape Military School for Boys12998 E. 1400 RdStockton417-276-7215"Boarding school for teenage boys exhibiting bad behavior or failing academics. We will turn around your troubled teen."
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAIDS Community Resources 502-574-5490
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IndianaScottHotline AIDS HotlineHotline 1-800-828-5624
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IndianaScottHotline Al-Anon Alcohol and Drug HotlineHotline (800) 252-6465
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAl-Anon Scott County87 North Washington StreetScottsburgA group of friends and relatives of alcoholic/addicts. They meet in Scottsburg at the Marantha House behind First Presbytarian Church Wednesdays from 8pm - 9pm. http://meetings.intherooms.com/locations/Scottsburg/Maranatha-House/11001
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IndianaClarkSubstance Alcohol & Drug Services Jeffersonville812-285-6322
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IndianaScottAddictionAlcohol Treatment CenterHotline 877-826-9977
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAlcoholics Anonymous Hotline 812-582-18491-800-221-0446 - Call to find locations in your surrounding area. http://www.sober.com/meetings/aa?city=scottsburg&state=indiana
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IndianaScottSubstance Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)173 N. Main St.Scottsburg(812) 752-2704Townes Club - Monday 10am; Tuesday 8pm; Wednesday 10am & 630pm; Thursday 8pm; Saturday 830am & 8pm; Sunday 630pm
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IndianaScottProsocialAll Star - Tumbling/Cheer650 S. Lake RoadScottsburg812-752-7087Tumbling classes, cheer teams Ages are Early childhood - Pre-K, Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12 Open Access - cost for serviceswww.allstartumbling.com
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IndianaJeffersonSocial SupportAlzheimer’s Association6100 Dutchman's LaneLouisville(800) 272-3900Local number: 502-451-4266
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IndianaScottAmedisys Home HealthScottsburg(812) 944-8404
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IndianaFloydHealthAmedisys Home Health of New Albany2866 Charlestown RdNew Albany (812) 944-8404Serving Floyd, Scott, Clark, Washington and Harrison Counties
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IndianaJeffersonHealthAmerican Cancer SocietyLouisville(502) 584-6782
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IndianaScottHealthAmerican Diabetes AssociationHotline (800) 342-2383
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IndianaScottHealthAmerican Heart AssociationHotline (800) 242-8721
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IndianaScottHealthAmerican Lung AssociationHotline (800) 586-4872
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IndianaScottSocial Support
American Martyrs and St. Patrick's Church
270 S. Bond StreetScottsburg812-752-3693 812-752-0969American Martyrs Social Dinner Nights after 5pm Mass on Saturdays Evenings in our Parish Hall. Main dish provided at no charge, bring a side dish and/or dessert to share. If you forget to bring something, Come anyway, and just bring something the next time--We always have plenty of food!
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IndianaClarkSocial SupportAmerican Red Cross1805 E 8th StJeffersonville812-283-8416Disaster relief; emergency food
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IndianaJacksonResourceAmerican Red Cross113 Chestnut St. Suite 302Seymour812-522-3888Food pantry, clothing, vouchers, family w/children shelter
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAmerican Red Cross Scottsburg812-522-3888Can help with paying utility/housing bills. Call for more details.
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IndianaScottHealthAmerican Red Cross-Scott County Service Center87 E Wardell St Scottsburg(812) 752-7700
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAmeriCorps - Scott County Partnership1092 Community WayScottsburg812-752-0980The AmeriCorps is a domestic version of the Peace Corps. The service organizations accepts members from a group of applicants. Participants serve in schools, the local YMCA, clearinghouse, and other local service organizations for up to a full year. They are given a small stipend for living expenses and are eligible for an education award upon completion of their term that pays up to several thousand dollars.
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IndianaJacksonFoodAnchor House 250 S. Vine St. Seymour812-522-9308812-524-0803Pantry hours: Monday 10-3PM & Thursday 1-6PM
Participation Requirements: If you don’t have an ID, Clients will be considered residents of Indiana by self-declaration (no ID required) the first visit. By the 2nd visit you need to bring an ID, library card, bill or something to show that you are a resident of Jackson County. Clients will be served once every 30 days.
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IndianaJacksonShelterAnchor House Shelter250 S. Vine St. Seymour812-522-9308812-524-0803By providing our families with a safe home, in a drug and alcohol free environment, we are guiding them to create a new path in life. Families are encouraged through life skill classes and other opportunities to improve the quality of life for themselves and their children. The goal, at the end of the program, is for each family to have permanent housing, employment, assistance in signing up for the appropriate social services and the skills to keep all of this intact. Knowledge, and the proper tools to create success, are powerful elements to Fostering Lifetime Independence.
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IndianaScottChildcareAnderson Woods, Inc. - A Special Place for Special People3966 Adyeville Rd. Bristow270-957-0260
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IndianaClarkSocial SupportAnger Management for Teens118 E Chestnut RdJeffersonville812-284-5229Based on the Options to Anger evidence-based curriculum, this six week class offers youth ages 10-18 an opportunity to develop better choices in anger management and communication skills. This class meets from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays in the Clark County Youth Shelter. Referrals are accepted from all areas – probation, schools, parents, self, etc., and is free.
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IndianaClarkProsocialAnime Club at the Sellersburg Library430 N. Indiana AveSellersburg 812-246-4493Anime fan? Come join the club to watch an episode (or two) and discuss anime and manga at the Sellersburg Library. This program is open to youth 13-18. Registration is required.
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IndianaScottTransportAnthem Transportation Scottsburg1-800-508-7230
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IndianaScottHealth Anytime Fitness796 White St. Scottsburg812-752-4625This gym can be used by those who purchase a gym membership. https://www.anytimefitness.com/gyms/3401/scottsburg-in-47170/
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IndianaScottARC of IndianaScottsburg(800) 382-9100
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IndianaMarionSocial SupportARC of Indiana Master Trust
107 N. Pennsylvania St. Ste 800
Indianapolis(800) 382-9100Regardless of your age, or your child’s age or disability, planning for the future is important. The Arc of Indiana Master Trust is our response to a need felt by many families who wonder what will happen to their loved one after they are gone, and to individuals with disabilities seeking a way to fund their own trust. Some of the most respected trust and estate planning attorneys in Indiana assisted with the legal research and creation of The Arc Master Trust. Today, The Arc Master Trust, now celebrating over 25 years of service, continues to serve as a model for special needs trusts throughout the country.
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IndianaScottHotline Arthritis FoundationScottsburg(800) 283-7800
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IndianaScottHotline Assisted Technology through Awareness in Indiana (ATTAIN)Scottsburg(800) 528-8246
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IndianaFloydSocial SupportAssociates in Counseling and Psychotherapy2627 Charlestown Rd. New Albany 812-944-1550812-948-5427
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IndianaScottHotline Attorney General’s Office Scottsburg(800) 382-5516
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Christian Church PreschoolAustin(812) 794-2541
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Christian Preschool2845 N. U.S. 31Austin(812) 794-2541Austin Christian Preschool teaches using the Little Hands to Heaven curriculum. They work to teach their students about healthy habits when it comes to meals, exercise and hygiene. They also do a farm unit with their students that helps to stress the importance of eating natural, fresh fruits and vegetables. Contact Sandy Barrett at (812) 722-5983 or msbarrett3@aol.com Ages: Early Childhood - Pre-K Open access - cost for services
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAustin Community ParkAustin812-722-0441Austin Park is a bus stop on the SITS public transportation in Scott County. Call 812-722-0441 for information about the bus route or to be picked up.
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Elementary School401 US 31Austin 812-794-8743812-794-8765
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin Elementary School Beginning band401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765Beginning band for 5th grade students http://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin Elementary School Biddy ball basketball401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765Basketball for boys/girls http://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin Elementary School Cheerleading Clinics401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765cheerleading clinichttp://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottAustin Elementary School Footprints From Our Place401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765Life skills traininghttp://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottAustin Elementary School Other Resources 401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765Other activities include: attendance awards, kindergarten center days, fall carnival, Club 316, kindergarten feast day, class field trips, kindergarten Christmas program, BBBS, Career Day, grade level musicalshttp://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin Elementary School Student Services Council401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8743812-794-8765Student-elected community service clubhttp://www.scsd1.com/austinelementaryschool_home.aspx
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IndianaScottEducationAustin High School255 Hwy 31 SouthAustin 812-794-8730812-752-6207Principal:
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin High School Dimensions Show Choir401 US - 31 Hwy Austin812-794-8730812-752-6207Approx. 30 high and middle school students practice year round to compete in show choir competitions all over Indiana as well as surrounding states.www.scsd1.com
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin High School Sons of Liberty402 S. Hwy 31Austin812-794-8731812-752-6207The male equivalent of Sunshine Society. 25-30 males join the service organization in various projects and programs throughout the community. Fundraising and organization support is a major part of the program.www.scsd1.com
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IndianaScottAustin High School Sports402 S. Hwy 31Austin812-794-8740812-752-6207The athletic director is Keith Henderson and he can be reached at KGHenderson@scsd1.com. http://www.scsd1.com/Athletics1.aspx
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IndianaScottEducationAustin High School The Academy403 S. Hwy 31Austin812-794-8732812-752-6207Austin High School's connection with Ivy Tech Community College. Students that qualify may graduate in the program and complete both a high school diploma as well as a 2-year associate degree from Ivy Tech. Professors from Ivy Tech are on loan three days a week.www.scsd1.com
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Learning Center4 E. McClain Ave.Scottsburg812-752-8453A grant from the Scott County Community Foundation allows the implementation of after school programming that supplements life skills in addition to academic learning. Bullying, manners, hygiene, etc.www.ces.purdue.edu/scott
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IndianaScottProsocialAustin Learning Center141 Hwy 31 S. Austin812-794-8748The Austin Learning Center provides academic tutoring along with enrichment activities.
Activities: Academic Enrichment, Career & Job Exploration, Character Education, Civic Engagement & Community Service, College Readiness, Cultural Enrichment & Diversity, Family & Parent Activities, Health & Wellness, Literacy/Reading, Mentoring, Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM), Special Needs, Sports & Recreation, Tutoring & Homework, Visual & Performing Arts
Ages Served: Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade Contact Person: Michelle Watts - michelle.watts@scsd1.com
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Learning Center - After-School ProgramHwy 31Austin812-794-8748ALC serves the school children of Austin by providing homework help, tutoring, snacks, and enrichment activities while in a safe and fun environment.https://www.facebook.com/austinlearningcenter
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IndianaScottEducationAustin Middle SchoolAustin(812) 794-8740
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IndianaScottAustin Middle School Sports255 Hwy 31Austin812-794-8740David Deaton is the principal and athletic director for Austin Middle School. He can reached at DeatonDF@scsd1.com or by phone. http://www.scsd1.com/protected/staffView.aspx?iid=5YA2YI
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IndianaScottSocial SupportAustin Parks Department - Manaugh Park346 Hollan DrAustin
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Kentucky JeffersonSocial SupportAutism Society of KentuckianLouisville1-502-852-4631Support for those who have friends who family members with Autism. http://www.ask-lou.org/
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IndianaScottHouseBaird Homes of Distinction Inc. 1401 W. Mulberry St. Salem 800-786-7966812-883-0400cdennis@washingtoncounty.in.gov
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Kentucky ScottClothingBaptist Fellowship Center1351 Catalpa StreetLouisville502-774-2734
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IndianaScottSocial SupportBeeHive Assisted Living Home1496 N Gardner StScottsburg812-399-0006BeeHive Homes assisted living franchise owners benefit from over 25 years of assisted living home best practices. We have gleaned these elderly care experience from franchising over 150 homes across 15 states. You will benefit from our experience as you move from the initial stages of site selection through your operational and marketing training and into the day-to-day operation of your own home.
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Kentucky JeffersonClothingBethlehem Baptist Special Ministries 5708 Preston HwyLouisville502-964-4384Clothing and household goods may be offered to those who are working towards self-sufficiency.
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IndianaScottHotline BHC of Indiana Health NetworkHotline (800) 972-4410
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IndianaJacksonSocial SupportBig Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana - Lunch Buddies415 S Walnut StSeymourToll Free: 1-877-892-BIGS(2447)School-based mentoring program that matches individuals from the community with a middle school-aged child. The matches meet during the child's lunch hour--once per week--for the duration of the school year.www.bbssi.org
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IndianaJacksonSocial SupportBig Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana - One-on-one mentoring415 S Walnut StSeymourToll Free: 1-877-892-BIGS(2447)Program matches a caring adult volunteer with a child between ages of 6-14 in a one to one mentoring relationship. The Couples Program allows two individuals to be matched with the same little Brother/Sisterwww.bbssi.org
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IndianaJacksonSocial SupportBig Brothers Big Sisters of Southeast Indiana - School-based mentoring415 S Walnut StSeymourToll Free: 1-877-892-BIGS(2447)The High School Bigs Program matches sophomore, juniors, and seniors with elementary students in grades 1-5. The matches meet one hour per week in an assigned school location during school hours. They balance their time together between social, recreational, and educational activities.www.bbssi.org
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IndianaScottSocial SupportBingham Child Guidance CenterHotline 812-852-6941
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IndianaScottHotline Black LungHotline (800) 347-3771
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IndianaScottSocial SupportBloomington Adult Protective Services501 N Morton StBloomington812-349-2665
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IndianaScottHospital Bloomington Meadows Hospital3600 N. Prow Rd. Bloomington812-331-8000812-961-2474
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IndianaScottTransportationBlue River Services - SITS1365 Hwy 135 NWCorydon 812-722-0441Scott County Transportation Route: 1. Huddle House 12pm & 3:30pm
2. City Hall 12:15pm & 3:50pm
3. Health Department/One Stop Shop 12:20pm and 3:50pm
4. Austin City Park 12:25pm and 3:55pm
5. Austin Library/ Austin Quad Med Building 12:30pm
6. Dollar General Store Austin 12:40pm & 4pm
Deviated times: 12:45pm - 2pm & 4pm - 5:15pm
7. Scott Memorial Hospital 2pm & 5:15pm
8. Stop for Hancock's Pharmacy and surrounding area. Times: 2:20pm & 5:30pm
9. Bus stop at the Scottsburg Town Square in front of the Scottsburg Library: 2:30pm & 5:45pm
10. Craig Park Apartments at 2:40pm
11. Kids Place 2:55pm and 5:50pm
12. Department of Child Services and Scott County Clearinghouse 3:10pm and 5:50pm
13. YMCA 3:15pm and 5:55pm
Return route times: 6pm - 7pm - Routes are $1 per way and $2 if picked up from special location.
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IndianaHarrisonBabyBlue River Services – First Steps1365 Hwy 135 NWCorydon(812) 738-2408Serving Harrison, Washington and Scott counties.
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IndianaJacksonUtilityBode Electric Inc.828 N. Ewing St. Seymour812-523-3363Has the Low-Income Weatherization Program & the Help Hand Assistance Program
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IndianaScottProsocialBoys and Girls Club - Ed Endres1721 Ekin AvenueNew Albany 812-944-4343
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IndianaScottSocial SupportBrandon's House1618 Beeler StNew Albany 812-949-2499812-949-2499
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IndianaScottResourceBridgepointe Goodwill Industries & Easter SealsScottsburg(812) 752-5200
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LouisvilleScottResidential Brooklawn Child & Family Services 2125 Goldsmith LaneLouisville502-451-5177812-273-5950
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IndianaMarionProsocialCamp DelafieldIndianapolis317.241.2760Programs for co-ed at-risk and special needs youth to increase self-esteem. Campers attend on referral basis.
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Kentucky JeffersonSocial SupportCappage Patch Settlement House1413 S. 6th StreetLouisville502-634-0811The Cabbage Patch Settlement House is a local, non-profit Christian organization. Our mission is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth and their families to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential. In 2015, “The Patch” celebrated its 105th year of profoundly changing lives. http://cabbagepatch.org/
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IndianaFloydSocial SupportCaregivers Support Group: Southern Indiana Rehabilitation Hospital 3104 Blackston Blvd.New Albany 812.941.6154A place for caregivers to connect with others who are in similar situations. The group will have the opportunity to exchange information on caregiving problems and practical solutions, talk through common challenges and coping strategies, and share resources available within the community. The group is open to anyone interested in participating. Caregiver Support Group will take place on the second Tuesday of each month from 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Contact Stacy Rose at 812-941-6154 for more information.
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IndianaWashingtonProbationCarrie Dennis - Probation Officer806 Martinsburg Rd. Ste 203Salem 812-883-1446812-883-0400
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INScottSocial SupportCASA36 Forrest AvenueScottsburg812-752-4748CASA receives court orders from child abuse and neglect cases to represent a child in court. In addition, they service the county with awareness and prevention education on child abuse and neglect. CASA partners with Prevent Child Abuse Scott County as a part of their educational services including shaken baby classes, darkness to light, and alcohol and drug abuse.
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IndianaClarkSocial SupportCASA of Scott County36 Forest Ave Sellersburg (812) 752-4748email: scottcasa@gmail.com
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IndianaWashingtonEducationCAST Washington Co Tutoring1707 N. Shelby St. Salem 812-620-7907C.A.S.T. is a new non-profit in Washington County, IN created to serve students in our community through tutoring and mentoring opportunities. We meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:30pm.
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IndianaScottHotline CDC National AIDS HotlineHotline (800) 342-AIDS
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IndianaScottSocial SupportCEASe of Scott County Meetings held at: Collins Family Center at 465 W McClain Ave. Scottsburg, INScottsburg812-820-0620Coalition focusing on reducing the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse/addictions amoung persons in Scott County. The group meets the first Thursday of every month from noon - 1pm at the Collins Family Center. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Contact Lori Croasdell for more information: lcroasdell@me.com
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IndianaScottEducationCEASe of Scott CountyScottsburg(812) 820-0620The contact person for CEASe of Scott County is Lori Croasdell. She be reach through her phone or email: lcroasdell@me.comwww.sccease.org
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IndianaScottSocial SupportCenter for Disability Information and Referral Hotline 1-800-437-7924
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IndianaClarkUtilityCenter for Lay Ministries Jeffersonville812-282-0063The following agencies may be able to provide assistance to members who need help with a utility bill. When applying for any kind of assistance, please be prepared to provide proof of income from previous months, your current electric bill, the social security numbers and dates of birth for all household members.
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IndianaScottTreatmentCenterstone 1092 Community WayScottsburg1 (800) 344-880224-hour crisis services, outpatient counseling, substance abuse and addiction disorder treatment
Case management, In-home counseling services

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