Counseling - Community Organizations

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211 Information and Referral

Websitehttp://www.211.org/
AddressIN
Description

Area 10 Agency on Aging administers 2-1-1 Infolink, in partnership with the United Way of Monroe County and Smithville Telephone. This local 2-1-1 call center maintains a comprehensive database of community resources serving Monroe and Owen counties. Dial 2-1-1 for information about community resources that offer assistance with: Food, Clothing, and Shelter, Affordable Housing Employment, Emergency Financial Assistance Childcare Health and mental health care, including substance abuse services Legal Issues

ContactLiz Jones (Manager)
ljones [at] area10agency.org
211
Additional Contact(812) 876-3383 ext.
Year Established2010
Community Organizations Subjects

All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center

Websitehttps://alloptionsprc.org
Address1014 South Walnut
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

At All-Options we provide Hoosiers with open-hearted support across all of their pregnancy and parenting turning points by providing free pregnancy tests and peer counseling, materials support like diapers and baby clothes and referrals to all kinds of community services. We know that every individual’s and family’s reality is different, and we trust and support people through every pregnancy and parenting turning point. Whether you need support for unplanned pregnancy, miscarriage, infertility, abortion, adoption, or parenting, All-Options is here for you. All-Options is secular, client-centered, and all services are free of charge.

All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center is a program of Backline, a national nonprofit organization that has been creating space for people to find unconditional and judgment-free support since 2004.

ContactShelly Dodson
shelly [at] alloptionsprc.org
812-558-0089
Incorporation StatusExempt
Community Organizations Subjects

Care Circle

Websitehttps://iuhealth.org/in-the-community/south-central-region/alzheimers-resource-services
AddressBloomington Hospital's Alzheimer's Resource Center
431 S. College Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47403
Description

This group provides information, sharing and support for families and caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease, other dementias, or stroke. Meetings are flexible and informal; drop-ins are welcome.

Contactdthompson6 [at] iuhealth.org
812-353-9299
Community Organizations Subjects

Catholic Charities Bloomington

Websitehttps://www.archindy.org/cc/bloomington/
Address631 N. College Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

Catholic Charities Bloomington is committed to enhancing the availability of quality mental health services in the communities it serves. Catholic Charities Bloomington do this through the delivery of professional mental health education and counseling on a sliding fee scale and through advocacy for affordable, easily accessible community mental health services. Catholic Charities Bloomington serve all residents of the counties of the Bloomington Deanery of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis: Brown, Lawrence, Morgan, Monroe, Orange and Owen Counties. Also accepts medicaid.

ContactMarsha McCarty (Agency Director)
MMcCarty [at] CatholicCharitiesBtown.org
332-1262
Community Organizations Subjects

Center for Human Growth

Websitehttps://education.indiana.edu/chg/
AddressIndiana University School of Education
201 N. Rose Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405
Description

The Center for Human Growth was established in 1970 as a counseling center for residents of south central Indiana. Clients include members of the community as well as people associated with Indiana University. The center is staffed by graduate students in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology at Indiana University. Each student counselor receives supervision from a faculty member or an advanced graduate student being supervised by a faculty member.

Contactcentgrow [at] indiana.edu
(812) 856-8302
Community Organizations Subjects

Center for Women's Ministries

Websitehttps://cwmhope.org/locations/bloomington-center-for-women-s-ministries
Address702 N.Walnut
Bloomington, IN 47404
Additional AddressP.O. Box 817
Bloomington , IN
Description

 

The International Center for Women's Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit organization offering free, Christ-centered counseling to women in need. To learn more about us and to see how you can be a part of our organization, please explore our site using the links to the left. We are located in Bloomington, Indiana, and host many centers around the country. Locate the one nearest you from our list of local centers. We'd love to hear from you.

ContactBonnie Porter (Director)
bloomingontoncwm.1 [at] juno.com
812-332-0845
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
Community Organizations Subjects

Centerstone Recovery Engagment Center

Websitehttps://centerstone.org/locations/indiana/facilities/centerstone-recovery-engagement-center/
Address221 North Rogers Street
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description

Recovery Engagement Center (REC) is a low barrier community center for someone who is seeking recovery. It is intended to be a walk-in center, in the community, that is warm, welcoming and non-threatening. An individual who needs to find resources, help, or just a cup of coffee can drop in and feel welcome. The goal of a REC is to be a hub for recovery and to serve as a clearing house for recovery resources for the community. This is a place where faith-based providers can have events, 12-step meetings can occur, treatment referrals can be made, and so forth.

The Recovery Engagement Center is a community center that provides recovery classes, recovery coaching, 12-step meetings, volunteer opportunities, computers with internet, a Friday community lunch, and special recovery events. We strive to help those seeking recovery to regain a sense of hope and possibility from their addiction.

Ages 18 and older.

Contact812-337-2424
Year Established2015
Community Organizations Subjects

Monroe County Victim Assistance Program

Websitehttp://www.monroeprosecutor.us/victims-assistance-program/
AddressVictim Assistance Program - Office of the Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney
301 N. College Avenue, Room 211
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

The program assist victims of crime, provides victims with an application for the Violent Crime Compensation Fund for outstanding medical bills along with referrals to counseling services and notifies victims of court dates and answers questions a victim may have about the criminal justice system.

Contactvap [at] monroe.in.us
812-349-2893
Community Organizations Subjects

Parish Nurse Program (Bloomington Hospital)

Websitehttps://iuhealth.org/in-the-community/south-central-region/health-ministry-network
Address601 W. 2nd St.

Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

 

 

Parish Nurse Program is coordinated through Bloomington Hospital. The program endeavors to work with church congregations and other area agencies to promote a healthier community. Primary roles are that of educator and personal health counselor. Also check out www.parishnurses.org. 

Contactjvanderzee [at] bloomingtonhosipital.org
812-353-5252
Community Organizations Subjects

South Central Community Action Program

Websitehttp://www.insccap.org/
Address1500 W. 15th St.
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

 

South Central Community Action Program, Inc., serves as an advocate, guide, and leader in providing opportunities for the low-income population to obtain services that will help them become self-sufficient. They offer services to income-eligible households throughout a four-county service area including Monroe, Morgan, Brown, and Owen Counties. They provide weatherization assistance information to make homes safer and more sufficient, help income eligible households with their heat and electric bills through the Energy Assistance program, offer free meetings with knowledgeable healthcare navigators to help people figure out their health insurance coverage, have Head Start and Early Head Start, an innovative initiative called Thriving Connections, and administer the Housing Choice Voucher..

ContactFrank Peacock (Executive Director)
frank [at] insccap.org
(812) 339-3447
Year Established1964
Community Organizations Subjects

South Central Community Action Program Thriving Connections

Websitehttp://www.insccap.org/pages/thrivingconnections
Address1500 W. 15th St.
Bloomington, IN 47404
Description

 

SCCAP  Thriving Connections builds on the power of relationships to bring people together for change. A local Guiding Coalition provides the framework to increase the emotional and financial stability of participating families and reduce their use of welfare benefits. Just as importantly, SCCAP Thriving Connections brings the experience of poverty into the hearts and minds of community members and leaders, taking us one step closer to a national commitment to end poverty.

ContactLinda Patton (Thriving Connections Coordinator)
lindap [at] insccap.org
(812) 339-3447
Community Organizations Subjects

Stone Belt Arc

Websitehttps://www.stonebelt.org/
Address2815 E 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
Description

Stone Belt believes in the uniqueness, worth and right to self-determination of every individual. Therefore, it is their mission, in partnership with the community, to prepare, empower and support persons with developmental disabilities and their families to participate fully in the life of the community.

Stone Belt is a nonprofit organization that provides education and support for people with disabilities. They are the oldest and largest agency of their kind in South Central Indiana. They provide residential, employment, manufacturing, life skills training, family support, child development and psychological services to help people actively participate in their community.

ContactLeslie Green (Central Office/Headquarters)
Lgreen [at] stonebelt.org
812-332-2168
Incorporation StatusIncorporated
Community Organizations Subjects