Indiana

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Did you know foster care runs differently in every state?

The team is working to pull together information that will help you navigate foster care in your state and access all the resources you're entitled to.

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Resources in your state

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Education
Mental health
Emergency support
Life skills

Youth and families are referred to Choices in different ways but are typically enrolled by states or counties with whom we partner. We also partner...

Other Resources
Mental health
Health care
Housing
Life skills
Leadership Opportunity

A fully integrated health care provider, Aspire offers both primary medical and behavioral health care, but also addresses social determinants of...

Emergency support

The recent Consolidated Appropriations Act set aside emergency relief for young people with foster care experience who are struggling because of the...

Ombudsman (Complaints)

Ombudsman is a Swedish word that means "representative" or "agent." Ombudsman or Child Advocates were established within states and/or Child Welfare...

Education
Education: College / Higher Ed

The Indiana Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program is a federally funded, state-administered program that provides financial and academic...

If you don't find what you're looking for, or if there's info that should be listed here, contact us.

If you are being physically harmed — or are in danger of being harmed — it's an emergency. DIAL 911

Consider speaking with a foster parent, caseworker, an Independent Living Provider, your Attorney (or CASA or GAL), your school counselor, a therapist, or church pastor. You can also contact FosterClub by clicking the talk icon in the lower right corner.

When it is safe to do so, contact your caseworker first. If you do not receive a response within 3 business days, you could contact the Manager at the branch where your caseworker works. Finally, you could contact your State's Ombudsman. Check out our Youth Guide to Complaints.

Health Care for Former Foster Youth 

Did you know that young people from foster care have access to free Medicaid after they turn 18 through their 26th birthday? Qualification to access Medicaid is NOT dependant on employment or education status. 

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