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Human Services, Inc.

Coaching For Success

The Coaching For Success Initiative moves people forward to a better quality of life. Our efforts are to build the skills necessary in participants so they may grow in their own abilities to become independent. Coaching For Success places a strong focus in the areas of income, education and housing. Coaches and their team actively work with their participant to define their strengths and weaknesses and set short and long term goals. Moving out of poverty and into a different socioeconomic class requires a support team. The Coaching For Success Initiative brings that team together for each participant. Coaching For Success is a highly collaborative Initiative. Human Services, Inc. utilizes all community resources in an effort to move participants forward. Strong, genuine partnerships are forged with other agencies, organizations, faith-based groups, businesses and participants. There is no time limit on this partnership. Generational poverty doesn't happen overnight... neither does moving out of it.

Monday - Thursday
Monday-Thursday
Financial Assistance & Education

Cornerstone Community Church

Church
Cornerstone Community Church

Food Assistance

Please call 812-522-7804 for hours of operation.
Financial Assistance & Education

Human Services, Inc.

CSBG CARES Act Coaching Program

This program combines coaching with financial assistance while addressing the removal of barriers. Our focus will be individuals and households that have been impacted by COVID-19. We understand that this can look different for many, so here are some ways that people may have been impacted: having been laid off due to employment furloughs, reduction in hours, schools moving to virtual learning, loss of income due to diagnosis of COVID, caregiver for someone affected with COVID, and child care barriers to list a few. A few of the requirements for the program are as follows: • Applicants must have exhausted all other community resources. • Applicants must have had their economic condition impacted by COVID-19. • Applicants cannot exceed 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. • They must be a resident of Bartholomew, Decatur, Jackson, Johnson, or Shelby counties.

Monday - Thursday
Monday-Thursday
Financial Assistance & Education

Apprisen Credit Counseling

Financial
Debt Management

Financial Assistance & Education

M-W
Thursday
Friday
Financial Assistance & Education

Human Services, Inc.

Energy Assistance Program

The purpose of EAP funds is to ensure that all eligible people living within the State of Indiana who have an energy burden have utility service primarily during the winter months. When an eligible applicant has his or her own utility bill, EAP benefit payments are made directly to the utility vendors on behalf of the eligible household. When an eligible client has his or her utilities included in the rent, the client is paid the EAP benefit directly. Vendors include metered heating and electric utilities, who provide electricity and/or natural gas; and bulk fuel, LP gas, and other non-regulated vendors, who provide fuel oil, LP gas, coal, wood, kerosene or pellets. The delivery fee for fuel oil, LP gas, coal, wood, kerosene, or pellets is part of the benefit. Taxes are also covered by the benefit, as well as reconnection fees for a disconnected account or connection fees for a new account.

Monday - Thursday
Monday-Thursday
Financial Assistance & Education

The Salvation Army Service Extension of Jackson County

Utility Assistance

As funding is available, The Salvation Army can assist with a portion of utility cost (amount is based on available funding). This excludes security deposits. Participant must pay the difference before assistance can be given in order to guarantee 30 days of service with our funding. Account must be in a disconnect status or already disconnected in order to qualify for assistance.

Monday - Thursday
Financial Assistance & Education