Indianapolis Organizations

Indiana Family Helpline

Website www.isdh.in.gov
Contact Margarita Munn (Program Manager)
Phone (855) HELP-1ST
Email mmunn [at] isdh [dot] in [dot] gov
Hours Mon.-Fri. 7:30am-5pm
Description

The Indiana State Department of Health's telephone helpline. Includes information on pregnancy health care, child and adolescent health care, Hoosier Healthwise, Medicaid Providers, Immunizations, Emergency Shelter, Support Groups, Job Training sites, and much more.

Phone (866) 275-1274
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The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI)

Website http://www.inautism.org
Phone 800-609-8449
Email info [at] inautism [dot] org
Address 3951 N. Meridian Street, Suite 220
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Description

The Autism Society, the nation's leading grassroots autism organization, exists to improve the lives of all affected by autism. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.

Phone 1-800-3AUTISM
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Citizens Action Coalition of Indiana - state office

Website http://www.citact.org
Contact Grant Smith (Executive Director)
Phone (317) 205-3535
Email staff [at] citact [dot] org
Description To initiate, facilitate and coordinate citizen action directed to improving the quality of life of all inhabitants of the State of Indiana through principled advocacy of public policies to preserve democracy, conserve natural resources, protect the environment, and provide affordable access to essential human services
Phone (800) 201-1210
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Greater Indianapolis Socialist Party

Phone (317) 926-4318
Email ronjane [at] igc [dot] org
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National Kidney Foundation of Indiana

Website http://www.kidneyindiana.org/
Phone (317)724-5640
Email nkfi [at] kidneyindiana [dot] org
Description The mission of the organization is to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improve the health and well being of individuals and families affected by these diseases and increase the availability of all organs for transplantation.
Additional Contact Maggie Fort (CEO)
Phone 1-800-382-9971
Email margie [at] kidneyindiana [dot] org
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Indiana German Heritage Society

Website http://www.ighs.org/
Phone 317-464-9004
Email mkgac [at] iupui [dot] edu
Description Indiana's German Heritage Society is dedicated to preserving and perpetuating German-American history.
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Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation (MDFF)

Website http://www.mdff.org
Phone (317) 923-6333
Email mdf [at] mdff [dot] org
Address 3951 N. Meridian Street
Suite 100
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Description Above address/phone/hours are for the state office. No local office in Bloomington area.

From website: We offer comprehensive support programs to ensure clients' medical and emotional needs are taken care of. Our medical directors and case managers will help you through every stage of the process. And, the MDFF is the only agency whose mission is to fund adaptive equipment. From wheelchairs to van lifts to communication devices and beyond, we can help you get the equipment you need.

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Parkinson's Awareness Association of Central Indiana, Bloomington Chapter

Website http://www.paaci.org
Contact Margie Kobow
Phone (812) 332-5555
Address Monroe County YMCA Family Fitness Center
2125 S. Highland Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Hours Meets the first and fourth Thursdays every month at 11am at the Monroe County YMCA
Description The mission of the PAACI is to be a major source of information and education about Parkinson's Disease and a strong advocate for improvement of services, quality of care, and research support for Parkinsonians in Indiana.
Phone (317) 255-1993
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Poison Control

Website http://iuhealth.org/methodist/poisoning/
Phone 1-800- 222-1222
Address Methodist Hospital
I-65 at 21st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Description Indiana Poison Center undertakes the following as its mission for the citizens of Indiana: Provide 24-hour emergency poison and patient management information to the public and health care providers Offer poison prevention education opportunities to the public Educate health care providers in the management of poisonings and drug overdoses Further knowledge in the field of clinical toxicology by research and contribution to the medical literature And collect and disseminate statistical information on poisonings
Phone 9-1-1
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