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Brighter Futures Indiana

Back Up Child Care

Call Brighter Futures 1-800-299-1627 Monday-Thursday 8am-7pm or Friday 8am-5pm https://www.in.gov/fssa/childcarefinder/

Please call 1-800-299-1627 for hours of operation.
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Happy Days Childcare & Learning Center -- Merrillville South

Back Up Child Care

E-Learning for ALL School-Age Children Available at Happy Days Merrillville South for a flat rate of $75.00 per week including meals. Students arrive no later than 9:00 am to 2:00 pm for e-learning time with after school care available. Center hours is from Monday – Friday 6:00 am to 6:30 pm Happy Days Merrillville South 86 East 70th Street

Please call 219-769-6005 for hours of operation.
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YWCA of Northwest Indiana

Back Up Childcare

We are open for Childcare during COVID-19/Coronavirus school closings. Mon- Fri, 8am - 4:30pm Ages 5 - 14 years old Breakfast/ Lunch/Snack served Homework/Tutoring Early Drop off available Please Call 219-881-9922 for more information.

Monday - Friday
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Crossroads YMCA

Nonprofit
Back Up Childcare

Crossroads YMCA is pleased to offer emergency childcare to those who need us during the COVID-19 epidemic. At this time, our Emergency Childcare is provided in conjuction with Lake Area United Way for families that meet specific criteria View the LAUW flyer for eligibility requirements at https://crymca.org/images/docs/Child_Care_Assistance_Qualifications_for_Healthcare_Workers_FINAL.pdf Our Emergency Childcare will operate Monday-Friday from 6:30am-7:30pm Care will begin Monday, March 30 Contact the Y at 219 750 1082 for additional questions 3/27 from 9:00am-3:00pm, 3/28 from 11:00am-4:00pm; beginning Monday 3/30 Monday-Friday from 6:00am-7:30pm View our program policies at: https://crymca.org/images/docs/2020_Emergency_School_Age_Program_Policies_Griffith.pdf

Please call 219-750-1082 for hours of operation.
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Life Changers Early Learning & Aftercare Academy

Nonprofit
Back Up Childcare

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Happy Days Childcare & Learning Center of Merrillville North

Back Up Childcare

Childcare for all children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. Center details: 6111 Harrison Street, Suite 145 Merrillville, IN 46410 219-980-5437 Open 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Please call 219-980-5437 for hours of operation.
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Happy Days Child Care & Learning Center -- Highland

Back Up Childcare

Childcare for all children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. Center details: 2645 Main St., Highland 219-923-1333 Open 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Please call 219-923-1333 for hours of operation.
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Faith Child Care

Back Up Childcare

Accepting children from birth to 13 Fees: We accept CCDF vouchers. We partner with Lake Area United Way. We have scholarships available now. Please call for more information. 2456 Chase St., Gary 219-487-5522 Currently open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pathway for Quality Level 3 Childcare Center

Please call for hours of operation.
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KinderCare

Back Up Childcare

To address the public need during the coronavirus crisis, this center will remain open to offer child care to families in essential service roles. Our talented early-childhood teachers set kids down the path toward becoming lifelong learners in a positive, safe, and nurturing environment. Our center is accredited by NECPA, NAEYC. Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years.

Monday-Friday
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Early Learning Connections

Nonprofit
Back-up Care Availability

Call us at (219) 685-1500 for back up child care options due to COVID-19/Coronavirus School Closings. Follow @earlylearningconnections on Facebook for additional resources. https://www.in.gov/fssa/childcarefinder/

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Healthlinc

Nonprofit
Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Implementing temporary scheduling process. The beginning of each day will be reserved for all regular visits including wellness exams, medication refills and follow-up appointments. We will then transition into the rest of the time being reserved for all symptomatic patients. At the end of every day, each clinic will be diligently cleaned. For our high-risk patients, including those over 60 years old and those with chronic illnesses, we will do all we can to address all of your needs without having to bring you into the clinic during this time. We will be contacting patients to ensure we are scheduling appointments according to these new guidelines, and appreciate all of your patience during this time. Patients should not bring anyone to their appointment, unless necessary, and make sure they are not joined by any individuals that are symptomatic. Our plan is to roll out telehealth and drive-up visits/testing to address ongoing medical needs as soon as possible and we will release more information as it becomes available. All HealthLinc patients and visitors will receive a temperature screening when entering a clinic. If a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees is detected, we will place you in a separate part of the waiting room or ask you to wait in your vehicle.

Monday & Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Every other Saturday
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Healthlinc

Nonprofit
Behavioral Health

COVID-19 UPDATE: Implementing temporary scheduling process. The beginning of each day will be reserved for all regular visits including wellness exams, medication refills and follow-up appointments. We will then transition into the rest of the time being reserved for all symptomatic patients. At the end of every day, each clinic will be diligently cleaned. For our high-risk patients, including those over 60 years old and those with chronic illnesses, we will do all we can to address all of your needs without having to bring you into the clinic during this time. We will be contacting patients to ensure we are scheduling appointments according to these new guidelines, and appreciate all of your patience during this time. Patients should not bring anyone to their appointment, unless necessary, and make sure they are not joined by any individuals that are symptomatic. Our plan is to roll out telehealth and drive-up visits/testing to address ongoing medical needs as soon as possible and we will release more information as it becomes available. All HealthLinc patients and visitors will receive a temperature screening when entering a clinic. If a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees is detected, we will place you in a separate part of the waiting room or ask you to wait in your vehicle.

Monday & Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Every other Saturday
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SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, NFP

Nonprofit
COVID-19 POSITIVE WRAP AROUND SUPPORT

Grieving families and individuals in crisis due to COVID-19 positive test results can access free services for mental health by licensed mental health professional, physical care, spiritual support, senior support, child grief work and support, and address food shortage, risk for homelessness. Call 219-200-0003 for immediate help.

Weekends
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NorthShore Health - Dr. Fernando Rivera Dental Center

Nonprofit
Dental Care

COVID-19 UPDATE: Unfortunately due to current dental guidelines, NorthShore is suspending all non-emergency services for dental to prevent unnecessary spread of infectious disease until this current outbreak has passed. As soon as the guidance is updated to reopen we will let all of our patients know. If you do have an dental concern that you feel needs immediate care please call us at 219-763-8112 and our dentists will evaluate you for emergency treatment.

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Salvation Army: Gary-Merrillville Corps

Nonprofit
Food Assistance

From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday the Gary-Merrillville Corps Community Center will be giving out food and hygiene items.

Please call 1-800-SAL-ARMY for hours of operation.
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Food Bank of Northwest Indiana

Nonprofit
Food Assistance

COVID-19 UPDATE: FOOD BANK OF NWI IS UPDATING THEIR LIST OF PARTNER AGENCIES ON A DAILY BASIS. USE THIS LINK TO CHECK FOR A FOOD PANTRY THAT SERVES YOUR AREA. https://foodbanknwi.org/

Please call 219-980-1777 for hours of operation.
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Catholic Charities

Non-profit
Food Delivery

Catholic Charities and North Township have partnered to provide delivery of food baskets to disabled and seniors 65 and older. Residents must live in the following cities to receive a delivery of food: East Chicago, Hammond, Highland, Munster or Whiting. If you have clients/residents that are seniors (65+) or disabled, please call 219-306-1344 to setup a time for delivery. Delivery will be available until March 31, 2020

Open Mon-Fri, closed for all major holidays
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North Township Trustee

Government
Food Delivery

Catholic Charities and North Township have partnered to provide delivery of food baskets to disabled and seniors 65 and older. Residents must live in the following cities to receive a delivery of food: East Chicago, Hammond, Highland, Munster or Whiting. If you have clients/residents that are seniors (65+) or disabled, please call 219-306-1344 to setup a time for delivery. Delivery will be available until March 31, 2020

Monday - Friday
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Salvation Army: East Chicago Corps & Community Center

Non-profit
Food Pantry

COVID-19 Response: East Chicago location’s food pantry will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Monday to Friday
Monday to Friday
Evening Programs
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St. Vincent dePaul - Holy Spirit Conference

Faith-based
Food Pantry

Holy Spirit Food Pantry in Crown Point (667 E. 109th Avenue, Crown Point, IN 46307) will continue their pantry giveaways on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 10am-1pm, but will be moving to a drive through pantry model. Clients will form a line with their cars outside the church and a volunteer will come to you car to get your information and deliver a prepackaged box of food. DO NOT leave your car. A photo ID is required.

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First United Methodist Church

Food Pantry

DURING COVID-19 CRISIS: Mon-Thurs 10am-1pm Intake Procedure: Walk in for an application or call for information. -- DURING COVID-19 CRISIS: walk in, one person enters at a time to follow social distancing. 219-932-5915

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Greater Hammond Community Services

Food Pantry

Provides a three-to-five day supply of food to persons in need. Limit one visit per month; limited service area Hours of Operation: DURING COVID-19 CRISIS: Mon-Thurs 11am-2pm Intake Procedure: Walk in. -- DURING COVID-19 CRISIS: walk in, two persons allowed in doors per visit due to social distancing. 219-933-3454

Please call 219-932-4800 for hours of operation.
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St. Thomas More -- SVDP

Church
Food Pantry

COVID-19 Update: Continuing to operate. For assistance, call 219-836-8610. After a short eligibility interview, if you are eligible, food is delivered to your home.

Please call 219-836-8610 for hours of operation.
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Indiana Family and Social Services Administration

Government
Food Pantry Map

New statewide map available for Hoosiers seeking food assistance during COVID-19 pandemic New, interactive online tool will make it easier for families to find food resources near home; site will be updated to reflect current openings and closures INDIANAPOLIS– The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, in partnership with the state’s food banks, the Indy Hunger Network and Feeding Indiana’s Hungry, has developed a statewide, interactive map that will help Hoosiers seeking food assistance find what they need. The map is online https://www.in.gov/fssa, and will be prominently featured at www.fssa.in.gov. The map can be used on desktop/laptop computers and mobile devices. “Many Hoosiers’ situations have changed as a result of our state’s important and necessary response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic,” said Jennifer Sullivan, M.D., M.P.H., FSSA Secretary. “We know there is a significant need for families – many of whom have never needed assistance before. We hope this tool helps them locate resources to meet their food and nutrition needs during this crisis and in the future.” There are two types of organizations shown on the map: food pantries and meal sites. Food pantries are locations where Hoosiers can pick up groceries to prepare and use at their homes. Meal sites serve packed meals, ready to take home and eat. Earlier this week, FSSA encouraged food pantries to stay open to keep serving Hoosiers and issued a call for volunteers under age 60 who are able to serve. FSSA is actively working with food pantries, food banks and community kitchens across the state to track which are open and is updating the map accordingly.

Please call for hours of operation.
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Frontier Lifeline Program

Frontier Lifeline Program

Frontier is committed to helping qualified low-income individuals pay for telephone or qualified internet services. Lifeline service is a non-transferable (from one person to another) government assistance program that provides a discount on the cost of monthly telephone service only ($7.25) or qualified internet access service with or without telephone service ($9.25). Lifeline is limited to one discount per household and only eligible customers may enroll. https://frontier.com/resources/discountprograms/lifelineprogram/indiana

Please call for hours of operation.
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Geminus

Nonprofit
Geminus Regional Health Systems -Community Partners

Geminus Regional Health Systems -Community Partners has available funding to assist families who are in need of financial assistance affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. This funding can assist with rent, utilities, baby needs, emergency food, etc. If you are or know of a family in need, please pass this information on. Requirements of the Program: Children in the home under 18 year age No involvement with the Department of Child Services or Juvenile Probation Not enrolled in the Healthy Families Program ***Special circumstances will be looked at if all requirements are not met. To enroll for services in Lake County please contact 866-641-7181. To enroll for services in La Porte, Porter, Jasper, Newton, Benton, Starke, and Pulaski Counties please contact 888-357-4264.

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St. Thomas Aquinas Conference of St. Vincent de Paul

Church
General Assistance

Serves Knox, Hamlet, Monterey and Walkerton, basically the eastern portion of Starke County. Provides assistance in several areas: food vouchers, help with rent/utilities, and gas vouchers. Please contact 574-806-0431 to talk with someone about your needs and the St. Vincent de Paul team will determine how they may be able to assist you.

Please call 574-806-0431 for hours of operation.
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Urban League of Northwest Indiana

Nonprofit
Hotlines for Mental Health Assistance

Community Healthnet Behavioral Health Dept. (219) 359-4836 24-Hour Helpline Edgewater Health (219) 885-4264, Ext. 2235 24-Hr. Helpline The Crisis Center (219) 938-0900 Disaster Hotline (800) 985-5990 Indiana Parenting Institute Rosemarie Grabowski (219) 886-1111 Parenting Support Services (219) 677-1565 For Urgent [non-emergency] Care Marram Health Clinic (219) 806-3000 Ask for Elizabeth or Laura Mid-America Psychological and Counseling Services Dr. K. Gopal (219) 513-8508 -10 am-6 pm (312) 998-2339 - After Hours Porter Starke Services (219) 531-3500 R.O.A.R. [Rapid Outreach Amplified Response] (219) 200-0003 24-Hr. Helpline for First Responders (Healthcare Workers, Police, Families in Crisis )

Please call (219) 887-9621 for hours of operation.
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Indiana Free Legal Answers

Indiana Free Legal Answers

Indiana Free Legal Answers is secure website where those who meet income requirements can ask a lawyer for help with a legal issue. Qualified users post questions about civil (non-criminal) legal problems and volunteer lawyers log onto the site and answer questions. To ask a question: 1. Visit: indiana.freelegalanswers.org 2. Click “Get Started” 3. Complete the Registration 4. Verify your email address 5. Login and ask your question If you don’t qualify, visit www.indianalegalhelp.org for other resources.

Please call for hours of operation.
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Lake Area United Way

Information and Lake County Resources

https://www.lauw.org/coronavirus

Please call 219-923-2302 for hours of operation.
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Comcast internet Essentials

Internet Essentials

Internet Essentials is a program for families and other low-income households who currently do not subscribe to Internet at home. Xfinity Internet customers are not eligible for Internet Essentials. For full eligibility requirements, click below. https://internetessentials.com/

Please call for hours of operation.
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Healthlinc

Nonprofit
Medical Appointments & Pharmacy

COVID-19 UPDATE: Implementing temporary scheduling process. The beginning of each day will be reserved for all regular visits including wellness exams, medication refills and follow-up appointments. We will then transition into the rest of the time being reserved for all symptomatic patients. At the end of every day, each clinic will be diligently cleaned. For our high-risk patients, including those over 60 years old and those with chronic illnesses, we will do all we can to address all of your needs without having to bring you into the clinic during this time. We will be contacting patients to ensure we are scheduling appointments according to these new guidelines, and appreciate all of your patience during this time. Patients should not bring anyone to their appointment, unless necessary, and make sure they are not joined by any individuals that are symptomatic. Our plan is to roll out telehealth and drive-up visits/testing to address ongoing medical needs as soon as possible and we will release more information as it becomes available. All HealthLinc patients and visitors will receive a temperature screening when entering a clinic. If a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees is detected, we will place you in a separate part of the waiting room or ask you to wait in your vehicle.

Monday & Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Every other Saturday
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Healthlinc

Nonprofit
Medical Appointments & Pharmacy

COVID-19 UPDATE: Implementing temporary scheduling process. The beginning of each day will be reserved for all regular visits including wellness exams, medication refills and follow-up appointments. We will then transition into the rest of the time being reserved for all symptomatic patients. At the end of every day, each clinic will be diligently cleaned. For our high-risk patients, including those over 60 years old and those with chronic illnesses, we will do all we can to address all of your needs without having to bring you into the clinic during this time. We will be contacting patients to ensure we are scheduling appointments according to these new guidelines, and appreciate all of your patience during this time. Patients should not bring anyone to their appointment, unless necessary, and make sure they are not joined by any individuals that are symptomatic. Our plan is to roll out telehealth and drive-up visits/testing to address ongoing medical needs as soon as possible and we will release more information as it becomes available. All HealthLinc patients and visitors will receive a temperature screening when entering a clinic. If a temperature greater than 100.4 degrees is detected, we will place you in a separate part of the waiting room or ask you to wait in your vehicle.

Monday & Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Every other Saturday
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Regional Health Systems

Mental Health Resources

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. Call 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. Strawhun Center and Stark Center are open for mental health emergencies, inpatient psychiatry (Strawhun Center only) and residential substance use treatment (#RecoveryMatters). New clients seeking outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services should call before entering these facilities. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room While the risk of COVID-19 infection remains low at this time, we are temporarily suspending in-person, outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services. Beginning March 23, all outpatient mental health and substance use treatment services will transition to telehealth. If you are a current client, one of our Regional providers will reach out to you for more information.

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Tues & Thurs
Wednesday
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National Alliance on Mental Illness - Lake County

Nonprofit
Mental Health Resources

COVID-19 UPDATE: No support groups will be held until further notice.

Please call 219-322-3233 for hours of operation.
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FamilyWize

Nonprofit
Prescription Assistance

Call in to get a script filled or refilled and ask that the FamilyWize discount be applied by providing the following information that is on our card. BIN: 610194 Card ID: FW100 Group ID: FW100 PCN: FW In addition, we want to make sure that you are aware that CVS and Walgreens (could be others too) are providing free delivery of prescription medications.

Please call for hours of operation.
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Regional Health Systems

Primary Medical Care

COVID-19 UPDATE: If you are not feeling well or have a fever and a cough, please reschedule any non-urgent appointments and remain home. Call 219.769.4005 for further information or instructions. Strawhun Center and Stark Center are open for mental health emergencies, inpatient psychiatry (Strawhun Center only) and residential substance use treatment (#RecoveryMatters). New clients seeking outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services should call before entering these facilities. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room While the risk of COVID-19 infection remains low at this time, we are temporarily suspending in-person, outpatient mental health and outpatient substance use treatment services. Beginning March 23, all outpatient mental health and substance use treatment services will transition to telehealth. If you are a current client, one of our Regional providers will reach out to you for more information.

Mon & Fri
Tues & Thurs
Wednesday
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Salvation Army: Gary-Merrillville Corps

Nonprofit
Religious Assistance

Prayer Appointments Mondays & Thursdays by phone 1PM-3PM - call 219-629-4603 to set a prayer time - Drive thru prayer Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM - call 219-887-6588 when you are out front and someone will come pray with you/provide encouragement & give you devotional material to use at home - Virtual Bible Study for support & encouragement on Tuesday's at 7PM - Email Amanda.Keene@usc.salvationarmy.org and send your email address. Captain will email you info on how to log in - Virtual Small Group for Women every Sunday evening at 7PM - Email Amanda.Keene@usc.salvationarmy.org and send your email address. Captain will email you info on how to log in

Please call 1-800-SAL-ARMY for hours of operation.
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St. Thomas More -- SVDP

Church
Rent Assistance

COVID-19 Update: Continuing to operate. For assistance, call 219-836-8610. After a short eligibility interview, if you are eligible, food is delivered to your home.

Please call 219-836-8610 for hours of operation.
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SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, NFP

Nonprofit
ROAR First Responder Support Helpline

First Responder Support Helpline please dial (219) 200-2003, prompt 2, ext 1 to speak to live help. Group Sessions: Every Wednesday 6 pm to 7:30 pm for support and resiliency training

Weekends
M-Friday
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SAFE Coalition for Human Rights, NFP

Nonprofit
ROAR Healthcare Provider Support Helpline

Healthcare Provider Support Helpline please dial (219) 200-2003, prompt 2, ext. 1 to speak to live help. Group Sessions: Every Thursday 6 pm to 7:30 pm for support and resiliency training.

Weekends
M-Friday
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Edgewater

Telehealth

Edgewater Health offers a new telehealth service that allows our patients to visit primary care physicians, psychiatrists, and mental health therapists virtually from the comfort of their own laptops or smartphones. With just a few keystrokes or a simple telephone call, you access the following services: PRIMARY CARE • Routine Adult Well Care • Sick Visits • Patient Education • Chronic Disease Management • Prescription Refills BEHAVIORAL HEALTH • Psychiatric Evaluation • Psychotherapy • Individual Counseling • Medication Management • Case Management • Telepsychiatry (Now known as telehealth) For those isolated at home, those unable to travel, or those who simply want a safe and easy way to visit their doctor, call Edgewater Health at (219) 885-4264 or our primary care office at (219) 884-4900 to schedule a telehealth appointment today!

Please call (877) 826-0011 for hours of operation.

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Hanson Logistics

Temporary Employment

Temporary Customer Service, Warehouseman, & General Warehouse Labor positions are available at Hansons Logistics, a refrigerated warehouse in Hobart, IN. Follow the link below to apply. https://www.hansonlogistics.com/employment/

Please call for hours of operation.
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Tobacco Free Lake County

Nonprofit
Tobacco Treatment

During this time of social distancing, ASPIRE Tobacco Recovery Program is available to help people break free from addiction and move toward a healthier life via virtual meetings. Franciscan Health’s ASPIRE Tobacco Treatment Specialist will create an individualized quit plan specifically for you. Support Group meets virtually every Wednesday. Click below for details. 2 Options are Currently Available *One-On-One Telephonic Appointments * Go-to-Meeting Weekly Support Group on Wednesday 3-4 p.m. The Aspire Program is FREE to all EMPLOYEE & SPOUSES. $50 One-time fee to public. For more information or to sign up e-mail Laura.Arent@franciscanalliance.org

Please call for hours of operation.
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Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Government
Unemployment

File for unemployment completely online via computer or smartphone. Visit https://www.in.gov/dwd/3474.htm for more information and the link to online filing. If you have questions you can also contact dwdmedia@dwd.in.gov

Please call for hours of operation.
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St. Thomas More -- SVDP

Church
Utility Assistance

COVID-19 Update: Continuing to operate. For assistance, call 219-836-8610. After a short eligibility interview, if you are eligible, food is delivered to your home.

Please call 219-836-8610 for hours of operation.
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