State Wide Resource Center

The resource center was created to provide links to resources and information about waiver services.


Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services, DDRS

P.O. Box 7083 MS-18
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7083
317-232-7842
402 West Washington Street, Room W453
800-545-7763 ext. 2-7842

Bureau of Quality Improvement Services, DDRS

P.O. Box 7083 MS-46
Indianapolis, IN 46207
317-234-2736
402 W. Washington Street, Room W 451
800-545-7763 ext. 4-2736
800-622-4484 DD Waiver Ombudsman

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, DHHS

402 W. Washington Street - MS 23
IGCS - W453
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Web: www.in.gov/fssa/ddrs/2637.htm

Department Child Services [DCS]

Adult Protective Services [APS]

Adult Protective Services
see bulletin for boundaries and telephone numbers

Division of Aging , FSSA

P.O. Box 7083 MS-21
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7083
317-232-7122
402 W. Washington Street, Room W454
800-545-7763 ext. 2-7122

Hearing and Appeals, FSSA

MS-04
402 W. Washington Street, Room E024
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
317-234-3488
866-59-3573 (toll free)
317-232-4412 (fax)

Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Indiana Goverment Center South

10 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
800-891-6499 (toll free)
PDF: www.in.gov/fssa/files/APS_Unit_Map.pdf

Office of Medicaid Policy and Planning, FSSA

To Apply for benefits  www.ifcem.com/HCSSRequest/en_US/External_englishLandingHomePage.do
Benefits Info http://www.in.gov/fssa/dfr/2999.htm
402 W. Washington Street, Room W382
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
317-232-7930 (Autism, DD & Support Services Waiver)
317-232-0049 (A&D & TBI Waivers)
800-545-7763 ext 2-7930 or ext 2-0049

Medicaid Eligibility & Denial Solutions (MEDS)

St Joseph Hospital
700 Broadway
Fort Wayne, IN  46802
Office: 260.425.3959
Fax:  260.425.3123

Division of Family Resources, FSSA

402 W. Washington Street, Room W 392
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2739
800-545-7763 ext 2-4704, 317-232-4704
FSSA_Reference_Guide _Aug2014.pdf

Governor's Council for People with Disabilities

150 West Market Street, Suite 628
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Voice: 317-232-7770, Fax: 317-233-3712
Email: GPCPD@gpcpd.org
www.in.gov/gpcpd

Joint Education Services in Special Education (JESSE)

PO Box 418
324 N. Kingston Road
Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-2627
www.jesse.k12.in.us/

Social Security Administration Office

Contact website www.ssa.gov/disability/
800-772-1213 (automated answering resource)

IN*SOURCE

Indiana Resource Center for Families with Special Needs
1703 S. Ironwood Dr
South Bend, Indiana 46613
574-234-7101 or (800) 332-4433
574-234-7279 (Fax)
Email: insource@insource.org
www.insource.org

About Special Kids (formerly IPIN)

7275 Shadeland Avenue, Suite 1
Indianapolis, IN 46250
317-257-8683
800-964-4746
Email: FamilyNetw@aboutspecialkids.org
www.aboutspecialkids.org
[formerly IPIN - Indiana Parent Information Network)]

Indiana Protection & Advocacy Services

4701 N. Keystone, Suite 222
Indianapolis, IN 46205
317-722-5555
800-622-4845
800-838-1131 (TTY only)
317-722-5564 (Fax)
Email: info@ipas.state.in.us/
www.in.gov/ipas/

Indiana Works

website: www.iidc.indiana.edu/disabililtybenefitsandworks
1-866-646-8161

The Arc of Indiana

107 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-977-2375
317-977-2385 (Fax)
800-382-9100
www.arcind.org
Email: TheArc@arcind.org
TheArcLink
www.TheArcLink.org

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 31, 2018

FSSA announces recipients of school-age child care grants
Over $1.5 million in funding will support high-quality school-age child care

 INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning today awarded 22 grants from the School-Age Child Care Project Fund to school corporations and nonprofit organizations that offer care to school-age children. The grants, which total more than $1.53 million through the 2020 - 2021 school years, went to 22 public school corporations or nonprofit organizations that offer care to school-age children (ages 5 through 14), before or after the school day and when school is not in session. The recipients were chosen from a competitive field and represent 41 school-age child care sites in 14 Indiana counties.

“One of the challenges that working families face every day is knowing that their children are being cared for in a safe and enriching environment even outside of regular school hours,” said OECOSL Director Nicole Norvell. “We are pleased to support working families through these grants, and provide necessary resources to help these high-quality programs.”

The grants supplement program costs in four areas: program enrichment, equipment, staffing and staff development.

The following applicants were awarded funds: