Community Resources

Community Directory

 

Connect2Help (INDIANA)

Connect2Help is a nonprofit agency governed by volunteers dedicated to facilitating connections between people who need human services and those who provide them. Confidential assistance with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling, and more.

Dial 2-1-1 from service area or (317) 926-4357

connect2help.org

Police and Fire, Emergency Services

Police Station, Southeast District

1150 S. Shelby Street

Indianapolis, IN 46203

Front desk 317.327.6300

Police Dispatch 327-3811

Call the police dispatch number for non-emergency police service, such as neighbors playing loud music, kids out after curfew, or suspicious but non life-threatening incidents in the neighborhood.  If it is a situation that threatens the health and safety of you and your neighbors call 911.

Other police-related phone #’s:

District Commander 327-6309

Community Relations 327-6366

Neighborhood Watch 327-6365

Narcotics Complaints 327-6341

Traffic Enforcement 327-6525

Crime Stoppers 262-TIPS (8477)

Gang Unit Hotline 327-7867

Fire Department Information:

Station 3 – 1136 East Prospect Street

Call 911 for emergency service.

General Services, City of Indianapolis

Mayor’s Action Center 327-4622

Mayor’s Action Center service online:

indy.gov/eGov/Mayor/MAC/Pages/home.aspx

Request city services via phone or internet using the Mayor’s Action Center:

  • Trash pickup, graffiti removal, reporting illegal dumping
  • Stray or aggressive animals
  • Traffic signal or sign issues
  • Potholes or road damage
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • High/unmaintained weeds and fallen trees
  • freezer/refrigerator pickup
  • Zoning violations

City of Indianapolis Neighborhood Advocate

Call the  advocate only if you have first tried to resolve the issues you have through the Mayor’s Action Center (see above).

 

Ike McCoy

Mayor’s Neighborhood Advocate (MNA) – Center South | Center Southeast

Isaac.McCoy@Indy.Gov

Cell: 317.452.0316 | Desk: 317.327.5127

 Marion County Health Department 221-2143

Illegal Dumping 327-4622

Animal Control 327-1397

Abandoned Vehicles 327-4622

IPL Security Light Information 261-8653

Indy Parks Department 327-7275

Indy Parks website   327-PARK (7275)

Local Utility Companies Contact Information  indyutilityinfo.com

Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce  indychamber.com

 

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Centers

The Julian Center is a nonprofit agency providing counseling, safe shelter, and education for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crisis.

The Julian Center
2011 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
24-Hour Shelter: (317) 920-9320
Counseling: (317) 941-2200

The Centers of Hope offer support for sexual assault and rape victims and provide treatment in a quiet expeditiously, compassionate, and non-traumatic way.

Centers are located below:

Eskanazi Health Services: (317) 630-7646

Riley Hospital for Children: (317) 274-4673

Community Hospital East: (317) 621-HOPE

Methodist Hopital: (317) 962-3600

St. Francis Hospital: (317) 865-5440 or (317) 865-5262

St. Vincent Hospital: (317) 338-3756

 

Medical and Mental Health Services

Eskanazi Health Services
1001 W. Tenth Street Indianapolis, IN 46202

(317) 630-7791  Community Behavioral Care Services: (24-Hour)

Community Hospital North
Psychiatric Pavilion
7165 Clearvista Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46256
1 (800) 662-3445

St. Vincent Stress Center
8401 Harcourt Road
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Crisis & Referral (317) 338-4800
Toll Free: 1 (800) 872-2210

Crisis Hotlines and Services

24-Hour Crisis and Suicide Intervention Service
Toll Free: 1 (800) 784-2433
(317) 251-7575
Click here for a list of hotlines

 

Schools

Indianapolis Public Schools  http://www.myips.org

Family Resources for Indianapolis Public Schools http://www.myips.org/domain/125 

Southeast Neighborhood School Of Excellence (SENSE)

Grades served: K-6
Ms. Kristie Sweeney – Principal
Address: 1601 South Barth Avenue
Phone: 317.423.0204
Website: www.senseindy.org

Substance Abuse Help

Digs AA meeting
When: Tuesday nights at 7 PM
Where: 2nd floor Senior Center at 901 Shelby Street (here at SECS)

Alcoholics Anonymous 
Call (317) 632-7864 for meeting schedule and locations.

Narcotics Anonymous 
Call (317) 875-5459 (help line) for weekly meeting schedule

Progress House is a community of men living together and supporting one another, a residential recovery center based on the philosophy of  “one alcoholic reaching out to another”

Contact Information

201 Shelby Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
p: 317-637-9816
Website progresshouse.org/

 

Child Support Help

Marion County Prosecutor’s Office
129 E. Market St., Indpls. IN 46204
Call (317) 327-1800

Housing Resources

 

SEND (Southeast Neighborhood Development)
SEND is a non-profit community development corporation created to revitalize the near southeast side of Indianapolis and to enhance the quality of life of its residents.

Contact Information:
1035 Sanders
Indianapolis, IN 46203
p:317.634.5079
Hours: Open Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5pm
Website  sendcdc.org

INHP

INHP is a nonprofit organization that helps people in Indianapolis realize their dreams of homeownership. They offer mortgage and credit counseling along with guidance in finding the best loan option for your situation.

https://www.inhp.org/

 

General Neighborhood/Downtown Indianapolis Resources and Organizations

DiscoverFountainSquare.com is a website promoted by SEND that is a great resource of information if you need to find out any business, arts or local event related information
discoverfountainsquare.com

Fountain Square Library
1066 Virginia Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46203
P:317.275.4390

Southeast Indy Quality Of Life Plan

Our Neighborhood has been developing and executing a quality-of-life plan developed by residents, reflecting the future that residents want for our neighborhood.
southeastneighborhood.org/

South Indy Quality of Life Plan 

Covering 8 square miles with a population of nearly 40,000, the South Indy Qol neighborhoods include Bean Creek, Garfield Park, University Heights, Carson Heights, Meridian Raymond, South Village, Northwest Perry and Rosedale Hills. The eight neighborhoods, with distinct history and identities, boast a range of housing options, commercial corridors serving local and regional needs, educational institutions from pre-k to graduate and recreational destinations. Equitable growth in all neighborhoods will occur with improved mass transit and connectivity, housing and workforce development and revitalization of commercial nodes and corridors creating opportunities for all who live, work and visit in South Indy.

http://soindy.org/

 

KIB (Keep Indianapolis Beautiful)
Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. unites people to build community and transform public spaces through aesthetic and environmental improvement.

Contact Information:
1029 East Fletcher Avenue
Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46203
P:317.264.7555 x100
Hours: Mon – Fri 9-5
Email  info@kibi.org
Website  kibi.org