The SHARE Network offers a vast array of resources that will aid citizens across the state in obtaining or retaining employment. These resources include food banks, clothing banks, child care, substance abuse rehabilitation, health services, and many more.
SHARE is an acronym for Showing How Access to Resources Empowers. SHARE Network is not an employment service and is not responsible for directly providing services to the public. SHARE Network is an online database of resources available to the public that can be used to help meet employment goals. SHARE Network Indiana is sponsored by the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, the Department of Workforce Development (DWD), and the Department of Correction (DOC), in collaboration with the United States Department of Labor.
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.
Monday thru Friday 7:30am - 4pm; closed 12pm - 1pm for lunch; the board meets first Monday of every month at 7pm
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 also provide energy and weatherization assistance information, help income eligible households with their heat and electric bills, and administer the Summer Cool Program which provides fans to income eligible households.
Area 10 Agency on Aging is a private, not-for-profit corporation serving elderly persons in Monroe and Owen Counties. We are the tenth of sixteen Area Agencies on Aging in Indiana. Our mission is to improve the quality of life and celebrate the independence, health, and dignity of all senior citizens. The following services are available for persons in the Monroe and Owen County area who are 60 or older or who are disabled:
Food Pantry Program
Case management & Care planning
Respite for care givers
Home Health Care
Friendly Visitors Program
Elder abuse issues
Information and Referral
Pre-admission screening for nursing homes
CHOICE program services
Medicaid Waiver services
Assistance to homebound elderly and disabled (includes grocery shopping).
401 N. Morton Street
Bloomington, IN 47404
Sponsors the following programs, which have separate entries in the Community Information Database: Hoosier Healthwise (Children's Health
Insurance Program); Child Care Assistance Program Bloomington
Volunteer Action Center; Mayors Committee for the Handicapped;
Bloomington Commission on the Status of Women
PUBLISHES: Monroe County Guide to Child Care
Making It Together (support group directory)
Email Address: cfrd [at] bloomington [dot] in [dot] gov Web Address: http://bloomington.in.gov/cfrd/