We’ve compiled a variety of resources for people living in Bloomington and Monroe County, which you can find below. This list is by no means exhaustive, if you are looking for a specific resource and don’t see the resource you need, please text or call us at (812) 558-0089 or contact us by email. If you have feedback or places you’d like us to add to our list, let us know! Lastly, for national resources and support services related to pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption, please visit our national website here.
All-Options Talkline offers unconditional, judgment-free support for all your feelings, decisions, and experiences with pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption.Toll-free from anywhere in the United States and Canada. Mon-Fri 10am – 1am, Sat-Sun 10am – 6pm Eastern Time. 1-888-493-0092
Centerstone is a community-based behavioral healthcare provider serving people who are homeless and who struggle with behavioral health issues. Both transitional and permanent housing may be available with varying levels of accompanying supportive services. 812-339-1691
Futures Family Health Clinic provides family planning health services to adolescents, men, & women. Affordable services are available on a sliding fee scale, which is based on income. Futures does not provide any pregnancy test or pregnancy health care support. 812-349-7343
Hotels for Homeless (H4H) provides emergency housing to individuals and/or families experiencing homelessness. H4H is grounded in low-barrier, Housing First principles proven to reduce homelessness and preserve community resources. In addition to providing shelter in hotel rooms, H4H is committed to helping participants visualize and attain sustainable futures for themselves by utilizing a holistic care approach that integrates access to social services and community partners, fulfills essential human needs and provides continuity of care during and after program participation.
Indiana Recovery Alliance (IRA) distributes harm reduction materials to support any positive change. 1-812-56-SAFER (if calling from a landline, you must dial the “1”) for more information.
Indiana Legal Services provides low income, elderly, and other qualified individuals with urgently needed free civil legal assistance, representation and legal education to low income households and to seniors in the community.812-339-7668
Middle Way House works to empower survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, and human trafficking through a wide range of supportive services and advocacy. 812-333-7404
Milk Matters is a free breastfeeding support group where you can get information about and help with infant feeding and pumping.
Monroe County Mutual Aid works to foster a network of collective solidarity that allows us to care for the most sick and vulnerable people in our community, and find strength together in order to push back against the broader social narrative of individualistic self-reliance and preparedness.
Monroe County United Ministries (MCUM) provides full-time, year-round affordable childcare for children ages 2-6. Parents must be Monroe County residents and be working full-time or working part-time while also attending school. 812-339-3429
Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard (the Hub) provides healthy, whole food to many families through their emergency food assistance program. They also provide opportunities to build food self-reliance through nutrition education and a community garden. 812-355-6843
Planned Parenthood Great Northwest, Hawaiʻi, Alaska, Indiana, Kentucky offers access to reproductive health services including abortion services, birth control, HIV testing, men’s health care, LGBT services, emergency contraception, pregnancy/STD testing and more. Financial assistance is available. 812-336-0219
Positive Link A program of Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital Community Health, Positive Link is the preeminent provider of comprehensive prevention and holistic social services for those impacted by HIV in south central Indiana. 812-353-9150
Beacon is an all-inclusive resource center in Monroe County for people who are living in poverty and experiencing its ultimate expressions: hunger, homelessness, and a lack of access to basic life necessities. 812-334-5734
South Central Community Action Program helps people who are struggling, or living in poverty, to achieve personal and economic independence. 812-339-3447
HealthNet provides primary & preventative healthcare, treatment for acute and chronic conditions, and health education to the medically underserved in Monroe & Owen counties at no cost.VIM does not provide any pregnancy health care support. Eligibility criteria can be found on their website 812-333-4001
WIC provides nutritional support for eligible mothers & their babies in Monroe & Green Counties. Women who qualify are covered through pregnancy and 1 year postpartum (6 months if not breastfeeding). Children remain eligible until age 5.812-353-3221