Community Programs and Resources For Those Impacted by COVID-19
Our community is working to make plans to support people during this time. Please see below for a list of resources and programs various organizations are providing. We are updating this list as more information is received.
If you are a business or organization and would like to add your services to this list or if you know of additional programs not listed below, please contact Amanda Redenbaugh, BBBS Marketing Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Please call our office with any questions
or to set up an appointment:
Office - 812-425-6076
Temporary office hours at this time
Scheduling Appointments are Encouraged
APART BUT TOGETHER ACTIVITIES:
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THINGS TO DO:
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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS HERE TO HELP:
Click here to learn more from UNITED WAY. In an effort to let our community know about the tremendous resources and assistance that our corporate and civic organizations are coordinating in this time of uncertainty and need, community organizations have put together a listing of the following efforts that are taking place in the Tri-State area right now.
The EVSC will continue to provide "grab & go" meals for students at multiple schools beginning Monday, March 30.
Virtual Assignment from Mayor Lloyd Winnecke: While working on public health, let's do something about our mental health.
Call, text or Skype at least one friend or loved one to help them get through the day.
Indiana Critical Industries Hotline: 877-820-0890 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for Indiana Stay-At-Home Order FAQ
Click here for Governor Holcomb's executive orders
Click here for Indiana Small Business Development Center Resources.
Click here to use online city government services.
Be sure to review and follow the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations for preventing the spread of illness.
Click here to read the full update on our response to COVID-19 on our website.