Serving those with sensory loss in the Grant and Blackford County area for many years. Originally an offshoot from the Grant County Workers for the Blind, Mrs. Evelyn Meyer saw a need for the agency to provide service to those with a visual loss and it was largely through her efforts that the agency came into being. When Mrs. Meyer recognized the needs of those with a hearing loss, she incorporated services for those as well.
2301 S Adams St
In the Sagamore Council, Unit, District and Council level volunteers are committed to delivering your child a high quality, safe and fun-
PO Box 865
To enhance the quality of life for Grant County's senior citizens through social, educational, recreational, nutritional, and health programs.
503 S Gallatin St
Our mission is to provide comprehensive clinical consultation and treatment for people with emotional, mental, behavioral, and substance abuse problems as well as provide timely crisis intervention.
Inpatient Substance Abuse
505 Wabash Ave
In cooperation with other public and private agencies, will provide services to physically handicapped individuals, residing in Grant County, regardless of age, race, color, national origin or creed. We provide transportation within Grant County and provide equipment and supplies for those permanently or temporarily disabled.
Equipment & Transportation
Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, Inc. begun January 1, 2007. Five councils including the Girl Scouts of Wapehani Council, Inc., Girl Scouts of Hoosier Capital Council (Indianapolis), Girl Scouts of Treaty Line Council (Richmond), Girl Scouts of Covered Bridge Council (Terre Haute), and Girl Scouts of Sycamore Council (Lafayette) have joined to increase their impact on local Girl Scouts. GSCI will cover 35 counties but will retain a strong presence in each county and girls will see expanded opportunities both locally and across the region. The new council will increase capacity and strengthen local programming which helps fulfill the mission of Girl Scouting: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. With headquarters in Indianapolis locally owned properties include the Girl Scout Service Center at Daleville, Camp Munsee in Selma, Camp Windigo in Upland, and the Marion Cabin in Marion.
222 Spencer Ave
The mission of Family Service Society, Inc., is to encourage, empower, and educate; Individuals, families and communities to improve their quality of life. Family Service Society, Inc. views the family primarily in terms of its function in society. Consequently, we believe a family consists of two or more people, whether living together or apart, related by blood, marriage, or adoption. We also believe everyone requires and deserves the loving environment of a caring family, which serves as the cornerstone of our mission.
101 S Washington St STE 100
Grant County Counseling
Carey Services was established in 1954 through the efforts of parents of persons with disabilities and concerned citizens of our community. Their purpose in 1954 still serves as the underlying philosophy of what drives Carey Services today...To provide opportunities within the community for all persons to reach greater levels of self-
2724 S Carey St
Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us the most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
Health & Physical Education
Personal and Educational Development
3402 S Meridian St
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Health and Safety
88 W. Hill Street
Our mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Y Child Care
123 Sutter Way
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Eviction and Utility Assistance
Food Pantry Assistance
359 N Bradner Ave
Whether you come for a home cooked meal, a sack of groceries, an educational workshop, tutoring/mentoring, a bargain in our thrift store or to be around old friends and make new ones, St. Martin Community Center is here to serve you in a friendly and safe environment.
901 S Brandon St
Daily Lunch Program
United Way of Grant County takes its funding process quite seriously. We fund our 14 agencies and 30 programs by assessing the annual performance of those agencies. This is done through a committee of community members. Those committee members then evaluate their impact through an application and personal interview. Based on that evaluation the available funds are allocated accordingly.
This is one of the most time consuming tasks United Way volunteers are asked to take on, but one that is the most rewarding. It is in this process that the volunteer really gets into the agencies to see the inner workings of the organizations that are seeking funding from United Way. It becomes “real” and the needs are more apparent.
PARTNER AGENCIES & FUNDED PROGRAMS