HOUSING AND STABILITY HOTLINE
Call or Text: (765) 201-0668
COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE
We understand that challenges can come up at any time.
Whether you need help or you want to raise a hand to help your neighbor you can get that information here.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Mental Health America
MHA Navigator: Find a Provider (765)742-1800
MHA Crisis Center: Call or text (765)742-0244
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Their website: SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
Home with Hope – Substance Use
Their website: HomeWithHope.org
Be Well Indiana
Self Assesment and tips
Their website: BeWellIndiana.org
Childcare Resource Network
Call or text for a referral: (765)742-7105
Their website: TheChildcareResourceNetwork.org
Baby and Parenting Supplies (Including diapers, wipes, formula, and clothes)
Free pregnancy education (now online)
Brighter Futures Indiana
Their website: BrighterFuturesIndiana.org
Food Finders Food Bank
Lafayette Urban Ministry
For school aged children please contact your schools for specific meal distribution programs.
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Visit the CDC website for accurate and up to date information.
Coordinate your prescriptions to be delivered to you:
Call the FamilyWize toll free number at 800-222-2818 2.
A FamilyWize team member will work with you and your local participating pharmacy to arrange and schedule delivery to your home
Ask your pharmacist to apply your FamilyWize card number to receive a discount on your prescription
Housing and Utilities
Call our Tippecanoe COVID-19 Housing & Stability Hotline for a warm connection to the resources you need! Phone #: (765) 201-0668
LTHC Homeless Services – the coordinated point of entry and initial assessment for anyone experiencing homelessness or a housing crisis in Tippecanoe County
Call (765) 423-4880
815 N 12th St, Lafayette, IN 47904
Their website: LTHC.net
Assistane with eviction notices and more
Phone #: (765)742-1068
Their website: TCLegalAid.org
Lafayette Urban Ministries – Good Samaritan Program
The Good Samaritan Program is an emergency financial assistance program that provides our community’s most vulnerable families and children with a strong and reliable safety net.
Active requests, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 765-423-2691 – Hours Monday-Friday: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Assisting families experiencing a loss of income with: rent assistance and utility bills
Call (765)742-0006 Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Noon-3:00pm and Thursday: 9:00am-3:00pm
Call (765)742-8556 Hours Tuesday: 9:00am-10:00am
For those looking to complete their high school equivalency, start English Learning Language, as well as professional certifications