Finding help just got easier.Bauer Family Resources is expanding its efforts to provide access to localresources that connect all people in need to the programs that serve them (withdignity and ease). This tool will make it easy for people facing social needs—and those who help others—to find programs and services for food, shelter,health care, work, financial assistance, and more. Check out the onlineresource guide at HOME Bauer Family Resources.Just enter your ZIP Code and you’ll immediately see programs in your area!About is a public service organization that creates social care networks to connectpeople and programs — making it easy for everyone to find and access provides a centralized place for community agencies to coordinate their effortsfor safer, healthier, and supported communities.2

Helping Hoosiers live better.2-1-1 is a free and confidential service that helps Hoosiersacross Indiana find the local resources they need.Dial 2-1-1 to connect with a navigator.We're here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.This Resource Guide is not a comprehensive list of all community resources available. Formore comprehensive information, contact 2-1-1 24 hours, 7 days a week, or visit theirdatabase online at: Tippecanoe County and surrounding counties, you can reach this service by dialing 2-1-1or by dialing (866) 211-9966 and may also seek service referrals by texting their zip code to898-211 (available Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm).MCH MOMs Helpline

American Red CrossAmerican BusinessCorp./Job Corps(317)45479108X447-76839Aspire Indiana742-44819(855)533734210XBauer Family Resources742-484810XBig Brothers Big Sisters446-222713XBrady Lane Church474-163313Center for Hope(Franciscan HealthHospital East ER)502-400014Changes701 - 069014XThe Child Care ResourceNetwork742-710515XChurch of the BlessedSacrament463-573315CityBus742-743316Elmwood Church of Christ447-287416(317)524-364117Faith Ministries448-198618Family Promise838-365120First Steps420-140421Food Finders Food BankFood Resource &Education Center471-006221Franciscan HealthHospital East ER502-400021Gifts of Grace AdoptionSupport Center807-511722Grace Recovery447-415222Greater Lafayette AreaSpecial Services (GLASS)771-600623Excel CenterTransportationSupport GroupsSpecial nancialEmploymentEducationXArea IV Agency on Agingand CAPAutomated XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX4XX

24Home with Hope807-000925Homestead ConsultingServices423-128425Indiana Legal Services423-532726Indiana University ArnettHospital ER448-800026Indiana Vocational Rehab449-427826XIndiana Work One474-541127XLafayette Adult ResourceAcademy (LARA)476-292027Lafayette Housing Authority771-130028Lafayette SchoolCorporation771-600028LTHC Homeless Services423-488028Lafayette Urban Ministry(LUM)423-269129(800)508-723030Legal Aid Corp ofTippecanoe County742-106830Lyn Treece Boys & Girls Clubof Tipp Co742-299130Matrix Life Care Center742-153331XMedMark Treatment Center701-606031XMeals on Wheels (MOW) ofGreater Lafayette429-632532XMemorial PresbyterianChurch296-319932XMental Health America(MHA) of TippecanoeCounty742-180033Meridian Addictions & Recv.250-921234National Alliance on MentalIllness (NAMI)423-693935LCP TransportationTransportation659-6063Support GroupsHealthy CommunitiesSpecial Needs24Recovery742-0191MaternityHanna Community CenterLegal23Housing/Shelter423-4590HealthHabitat for XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX5XXXXXX

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American Red Cross of West Central Indiana2750 N 9th Street, Suite G and HLafayette, IN 47904(765) 742-6975Fax: (765) 742-7112Website: www.redcross.orgHours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PMEmergency Services available 24 hours dailyDescription: A humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disastersand helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. It does this through services thatare consistent with its Congressional Charter and the principles of the International Red CrossMovement.American Business Corp./Job Corps222 E. Ohio Street, Suite 300Indianapolis, IN 46204(317)524-6782Fax: (317) 524-6798Website: www.atterbury.jobcorps.govDescription: Job Corps is a free education and vocational training program administered by the U.S.Department of Labor. American Business Corporation, a Department of Labor contractor, isresponsible for admissions and career assistance for the Job Corps program in the state of Indiana.Job Corps helps eligible young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives throughvocational and academic training. Job Corps provides a structured and disciplined living, learning,and working environment. Job Corps' mission is to provide skill development in key industry areas thatallow students to become employable and independent by starting on the path to a successfulcareer.8

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs660 North 36th StreetP.O. Box 4727Lafayette, IN 47903-4727(765) 447-7683(800) 382-7556Fax: (765) 447-6862Website: www.areaivagency.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMDescription: Community Action Programs provide the following programs: Energy Assistance,Weatherization, Housing Choice Voucher Program (Carroll, Clinton, White, and Rural TippecanoeCounties, i.e., 5 miles outside of Lafayette/West Lafayette), Individual Development Accounts, Area IVTransit in Benton and Tippecanoe Counties and Area IV Public Transportation of TippecanoeCounty, Organizational Payee Program, and Business Expansion and Entrepreneurship DevelopmentProgram for small business loans. Program Serves Carroll, Clinton, White, and Tippecanoe Counties.Area IV Agency on Aging provides the following programs: Information and Referral services for ageor disability-related topics, In-home services, care management, and home-delivered meals. ServesCarroll, Clinton, White, Tippecanoe, Benton, Fountain, Warren, and Montgomery Counties. Area IV is amember of the State INconnect Alliance. Find all 16 Indiana Area Agencies on Aging and stateresources at Indiana100 Executive Drive, Suite JLafayette, IN 47905(765) 742-4481 or (765)742-4402Fax: (765) 429-5914Website: www.aspireindiana.orgHours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMHIV Testing Services by appointment onlyFree Hepatitis C testing by appointmentDescription: Aspire Indiana offers FREE HIV-specific services to individuals residing in TippecanoeCounty and 9 surrounding counties (Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Jasper, Montgomery, Newton,Tippecanoe, Warren, and White). Participants in the HIV Care Coordination program must be HIV and be an Indiana resident. Aspire assists in accessing housing, medical coverage, social support,referrals to community resources, and education about HIV/AIDS. Participants in the HIV SpecialPopulations Support Program must be dually diagnosed with HIV and substance-related disorderand must be an Indiana resident. Consumers are provided with interventions designed to minimizesubstance use and maximize compliance with HIV-related treatment plans. HIV Testing Services areoffered to individuals of unknown HIV status who are at elevated risk of contracting HIV as a directresult of substance use. Aspire staff is also available to provide HIV Prevention Education presentationsto groups of any size. All these services are provided at no cost to individuals.9

Automated Health Systems300 Main Street, Suite 310Lafayette, IN 47901(855) 533-7342Fax: (855) 631-0120Website: of Operation: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMTuesday and Thursday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM1st Saturday of each month 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMDescription: AHS is a federal program that assists low-income families in obtaining childcare so thatthey can work or attend training/education. See the website above for more information regardingthe application process.Bauer Family Resources330 Fountain StreetLafayette, IN 47901Mailing Address: PO Box 1186Lafayette, IN 47902(765) 742-4848Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Family Services(765) 742-4848Fax: 765) 449-1765Website: www.bauerfamilyresources.orgHours of Operation: Services are home and community-based, vary by client need.Description: Child-centered, family-focused prevention, and intervention services are provided tofamilies in Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren, and White counties. Servicesare designed to overcome the risk factors associated with child abuse and neglect, as well as toeducate and strengthen families. Services are provided through the lens of child safety with anemphasis on the family strengths and protective factors that can be leveraged to ensure children aresafe. Services are focused on the family as a whole and emphasize partnering with families to meettheir individual needs.Programs include:Community Partners, a free and voluntary prevention program for parents or caregivers who areinterested in strengthening their family and keeping their children safe and thriving. CommunityPartners is a short-term program and can assist with referral services for counseling, housing, food andclothing assistance, employment, and other social services; financial assistance for counseling andshort-term, emergency problems; goal setting through case management in the home or at aneighborhood location most convenient to the family.10

Bauer’s Safe Sleep Program provides resources and education about safe sleep, as well asinformation on how to receive assistance in obtaining a crib. Program criteria eligibility includes:Mothers must be pregnant and within 4 weeks of the expected due date; the caregiver must attenda Safe Sleep educational training session; the caregiver currently has no available resources toprocure one of their own; The parent/caregiver does not have a safe sleep environment available forthe infant; the infant in need of a safe sleep environment is less than 1 year of age. Eligibility is notbased on financial prerequisites.Referrals for case management, therapy, and visitation services are for clients who are referred by theDepartment of Child Services only.Bauer Youth Services330 Fountain StreetLafayette, IN 47905(765) 742-5046Fax: (765) 742-5040Website: www.bauerfamilyresources.orgHours of Operation: VariesYouth Development Program: The Youth Development Program is an afterschool and summerprogram provided by Bauer Family Resources at the Bauer Community Center. The YouthDevelopment program is free and open to youth grades 1 - 12. The Youth Development programpromotes attaining social and educational goals by providing constructive activities and buildingleadership skills. By focusing on the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets , the YouthDevelopment program builds on positive experiences that are essential to raising successful youth.Various activities include homework assistance, recreation, and STEAM (science, technology,engineering, arts, and math). A snack and dinner are provided after school and additionally, lunch isprovided in the summer months. Hours of Operation: Grades 1-4, 2:45 PM – 6:00 PM, Grades 5th-6th,3:15 PM – 7:00 PM; Grades 7th-12th, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM during the school year, and 10:00 AM to 5:00PM during the summer.Bauer Family Resources expanded its afterschool Youth Development program in partnership withSunnyside Intermediate School and Thomas Miller Elementary School as part of the 21st CenturyCommunity Learning Center (CCLC) initiative by the Indiana Department of Education. The programis offered at no charge to families and is held at Sunnyside for youth in 5th and 6th grade and at theBauer Community Center for youth in 3rd and 4th grade. The goal of the program is to provide youthan academic enrichment program aligned with the Indiana Academic Standards which promotesout-of-school learning. Programming includes tutoring, a literacy-focused curriculum, a broad rangeof academic and personal enrichment activities, and an afterschool snack. The Lafayette SchoolCorporation provides transportation to Bauer Community Center, for Sunnyside Intermediate Schoolstudents, where additional recreational activities and dinner occur.School Court: Sunnyside School Court is a collaboration between Bauer Family Resources andSunnyside Intermediate School. The program is designed to serve as an immediate sanction foryouth’s school behavior while providing asset-building activities. The program’s goal is to divertstudents from more punitive sanctions including in-school and out-of-school suspension. The programintegrates components of the 40 Developmental Assets to strengthen youth’s relationship with theschool by setting clear and consistent school boundaries, providing youth an opportunity to takeresponsibility for their behavior, as well an opportunity to give back to their community and developresistance skills.11

Bauer Early Care and EducationBauer Head Start at Cambridge3850 Edward WayLafayette, IN 47905(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Copper Gate3130 Copper Gate CircleLafayette, IN 47909(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Green MeadowsIntermediate School (Frankfort)1900 South Jackson StreetFrankfort, IN 46041(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bettry Rowe Early Care and Education Center3600 Eisenhower Rd.Lafayette, IN 47905(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 448-3698Bauer Head Start at Northend CommunityCenter2000 Elmwood AvenueLafayette, IN 47904(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Hawthorne Hall(Frankfort)2120 South State Road 39Frankfort, IN 46041(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Suncrest Elementary(Frankfort)1608 West Kyger StreetFrankfort, IN 46041(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Delphi Elementary300 West Vine StreetDelphi, IN 46923(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Head Start at Monticello104 North Illinois StreetMonticello, IN 47960(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Martha Jesse Head Start Center548 Westchester LaneLafayette, IN 47909(765) 449-0487Toll free: (844) 229-9580Fax: (765) 742-5040Bauer Family Resources operates the community-based Head Start programs in Carroll, Clinton,Tippecanoe, and White Counties. The program promotes school readiness by enhancing the social,cognitive, language, and physical development of children ages 6 weeks to age 5 and pregnantwomen. This is accomplished through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social, andother services to the enrolled children and families.12

Head StartIn all four counties, children ages 3-5 attend full-day school readiness programming that includesbreakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack.Early Head StartIn Tippecanoe County, children age 6 weeks to 35 months attend full-day preschool programmingthat includes breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack. Formula and bottles are provided forinfants. Diapers and training pants are provided at no charge and staff work with families on toilettraining once developmentally appropriate. There is an additional Home-Based option for parentswho choose to keep their babies and toddlers at home but wish to benefit from the comprehensiveservices.The Pregnant Women’s Program supports mothers from early gestation through the birth and first 6weeks of infancy with a foundation for pregnancy care, labor, & parenting. Expectant parentsparticipate in education classes, support groups, monthly home visits, birth plans, hospital tours, and afatherhood program. Participants in this program are given priority enrollment for Early Head Startpreschool childcare.Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Lafayette2000 Elmwood Avenue, Suite JLafayette, IN 47904(765) 446-2227Website: www.bbbslaf.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: By appointment onlyDescription: The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Lafayette is to provide children facingadversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that changetheir lives for the better, forever. Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matchesbetween adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 7 through 14 (if matched, they canremain matched thru the first year of college), thus developing positive relationships that have adirect and lasting effect on the lives of young people.Brady Lane Church2701 Brady LaneLafayette, IN 47909(765) 474-1633Website: www.bradylanechurch.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: 2nd Tuesday of the month 6:00PM – 8:00PM and 4th Tuesday of the month8:00AM - 12:00 PMDescription: Provides food assistance.13

Center for Hope (Franciscan Hospital East ER)1701 S. Creasy Ln.Lafayette, IN 47905(765) 502-4000Website: www.franciscanhealth.orgHours of Operation: Open 24 hoursDescription: At Franciscan Health Center of Hope locations, victims of sexual assault or rape receiveprompt and undivided attention in a private, non-traumatic, compassionate manner. We value avictim-centered approach that allows for specially trained forensic nursing staff to offer one-on-onecare and guidance to patients and accompanying support throughout the exam process. Forensic Nurse Examiners / Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners and medical providers Victim Advocacy with patient consent Law Enforcement - with victim consent unless a minor Department of Child Services Adult Protective Services Local or Regional Human Trafficking AgenciesIf you, or someone you know, has been assaulted: Go to the nearest Center of Hope – located in our Franciscan Health EmergencyDepartment – to seek medical attention for your immediate health and well-being from ourcompassionate, trauma-informed staff. Report the crime immediately; our medical staff can assist victims in reaching out andreporting a crime. Find a safe place Contact 911 if you need emergency medical assistanceChanges Children & Adolescent Outpatient Program of Sycamore Springs3733 Rome DriveLafayette, IN 47905(765) 701-6090Fax (765) 701-6091Website: of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMDescription: Sycamore Springs offers a partial-day mental health and addiction treatmentalternative, for children and adolescents ages 8-18 and enrolled in elementary, middle, or highschool. Using psychotherapy, psychoeducational, and process groups, treatment is offered for PostTraumatic Stress Syndrome, Depression, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, Anxiety, substancemisuse, and adjustment disorders. Participants successfully meet their obligations to school, family,and probation through personal growth.-Comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and treatment available Monday-FridayMedication management and monitoringPartial Hospitalization programmingIntensive outpatient programmingFamily and group therapiesEducation services and academic supportRecreational and art therapyDischarge planning and collaboration with schools and providers14

The Child Care Resource Network31 N. 7th St., Suite B (enter via the 8th Street entrance)Lafayette, IN 47901Office/Text: (765) 742-7105Toll-Free: (800) 932-3302Fax: (765) 423-7416Website: www.thechildcareresourcenetwork.orgHours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (by appointment as needed)Description: The Child Care Resource Network provides local childcare resource and referral servicesfor the families, childcare programs, and communities in Adams, Allen, Benton, Blackford, Boone,Carroll, Cass, Clinton, DeKalb, Fountain, Fulton, Grant, Howard, Huntington, Jasper, Jay, Miami,Newton, Noble, Pulaski, Tippecanoe, Tipton, Wabash, Warren, Wells, White, and Whitley Counties. TheChild Care Resource Network provides the following FREE services:- helping families locate and evaluate quality childcare- working with families to locate resources in their communities- hosting parent workshops on various early childhood topics- Recruiting new childcare programs and assisting them with the licensure process- helping businesses develop programs and policies to retain employees- facilitation of early childhood coalitions and other community groups- partnering with communities to bring in additional funding to create additional childcare and earlyeducation capacityChurch of the Blessed Sacrament2224 Sacramento DriveWest Lafayette, IN 47906(765) 463-5733Fax: (765) 497-7866Website: www.blessedsacramentwl.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: Tuesday-Friday 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM, by appointment onlyPlease call to make an appointment during parish hours: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMDescription: Church of the Blessed Sacrament is a Roman Catholic Church that provides a maximumof 125.00/year for prescription medication, prescription glasses, and/or dental care.15

CityBus of Greater Lafayette1250 Canal Road (Administrative Office)316 North 3rd Street (CityBus Center – Transfer Station & Customer Service Office)Lafayette, IN 47902-0588Ride Info: (765) 742-7433, OPT. 1 ACCESS Info: (765) 742-2121 Travel Training: (765) 420-2989Fax: (765) 742-4729Website: www.gocitybus.comEmail Address: [email protected]: Twitter: @gocitybusMobile App: Find real-time bus location and schedule information by downloading the official CityBusapp, MyCityBus, from your phone’s app store.Office Hours:Monday - FridaySaturdaySundayCanal Road Lobby8:30 AM - 4:30PMClosedClosedCity Bus Center Lobby (316 N. 3rd Street)7:00 AM - 8:45PM10:00 AM – 5:45PM10:00 AM - 5:45PMDescription: CityBus provides fixed-route and paratransit (ACCESS) public transportation services forPurdue University and the Cities of Lafayette and West Lafayette. Bus operating hours vary by day ofthe week and route, with late night and weekend service available on select routes. Visit our websiteor call the customer service helpline for route maps, schedules, detours, and schedule changes.Paper route maps are available at the Canal Road Administrative Office, CityBus Center, and variouslocations throughout the Greater Lafayette community. CityBus does not operate on most majorholidays. Curb-to-curb paratransit (ACCESS) service is available for those who are unable to use thefixed-route system due to a qualifying physical and/or intellectual disability. Visit the CityBus website( for more information and to view and download anapplication. Travel Training is available Monday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM for riders who would likeadditional assistance learning to use the CityBus fixed-route system. Travel training is a free, one-onone, or group instruction program that teaches people how to ride CityBus. Travel training is notoccupational therapy, nor is it intended to replace such therapy. Call 765-420-2989 or e-mail theCityBus Outreach Coordinator at [email protected] to schedule a training. **PLEASE NOTE:training may be limited or unavailable due to health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19pandemic.Elmwood Church of Christ Food Pantry2501 Elmwood AvenueLafayette, IN 47904(765) 447-2874Fax: (765) 447-0878Website: www.elmwood-church.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM*Wednesday 5:00 PM - 6:00PM*Saturday 10:00AM to 12:00PM*Please call to confirm hours before you arrive.Description: Provides food assistance once every 4 weeks. Proof of residency in Tippecanoe County isrequired at each visit.16

The Excel Center615 North 18th StreetLafayette, IN 47904(317) 524-3641Fax: (765) 420-7916Director: Danielle WhiteWebsite: www.excelcenter.orgEmail address: [email protected]: The Excel Center LafayetteHours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM/offices closes at 4:30 PMDay Classes:Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM - 3:40 PMTutoring:Friday 10:00 AM – 12:00 PMEvening Classes:Monday - Thursday, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PMOrientation Dates: These are on-going throughout the year; contact school office [email protected] or 317-524-3641 for next date.Description: The Excel Center is a tuition-free school for adults and older youth who want to earn aCore 40 high school diploma. Students receive classroom instruction for key academic subjects. TheExcel Center pays costs for students to earn industry-recognized certifications and dual credits fromlocal universities. The Excel Center assigns a life coach to each student to find solutions to lifechanges that may hinder personal and academic progress. The school also provides free childcareand free transportation in the form of City Bus passes. The Excel Center is sponsored by GoodwillIndustries via Goodwill Education Initiatives. For more information, please visit or enroll online at:www.excelcenter.org17

Faith MinistriesWebsite: www.faithlafayette.orgEmail address: [email protected] of Operation: See program information below for specific hours.Faith Church5526 State Road 26 EastLafayette, IN 47905(765) 448-1986Description: Faith Church is motivated by the belief that God’s Word is sufficient and that peoplewho follow its life-changing message can bring glory to God through a personal relationship withJesus Christ.4: TWELVE student MinistriesPastor Johnny Kjaer(765) 448-1986Focuses on challenging and training teens to be leaders through biblical teachings, activities, andservice projects. Classes for teens are offered on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.Faith KidsPastor Trey Garner(765) 448-1986Music, crafts, games, and creative teaching provide kids with practical truths to help them developstrong character. Classes for children age 2 through 5th grade are offered on Sunday mornings andWednesday evenings.Faith Community InstitutePastor Dustin Folden(765) 448-1986Practical and informative classes that include topics such as parenting, job and life skills, and BibleStudy. Each semester, classes are on Wednesdays from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM.Counseling MinistriesEdris Olson(765) 448-1555Offered Mondays from 1:30 PM – 7:45 PM free of charge. However, there is a 25 deposit which isforfeited for last-minute cancellations but is returned if the counselee graduates from counselingwithout cancellation. “By appointment only.”Vision of Hope(765) 447-5900Faith-based residential treatment for women age 14 – 28 struggling with an unplanned pregnancy,eating disorders, self-harm, and addictions of all types.RestorationGreg Wetterlin(765) [email protected] Restoration serves single and married men ages 18 and over,who desire help from a faith-based ministry and will do whatever it takes to change. BecauseRestoration is a faith-based ministry, the best candidates are men who desire to use God’s Word tosolve their problems.Faith Christian School5526 State Road 26 EastLafayette, IN 47905(765) 447-272718

Faith Christian SchoolScott Grass(765) 447-2727Fully accredited by AACS and the Indiana Department of Education, FCS provides educationalopportunities for K-12 grade students and helps parents raise them to live effectively in God’s world.Faith East Christian Pre-School(765) 449-0120Serves preschoolers ages 3-Kindergarten. General hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 7:00 AM –6:00 PMFaith Community Center5572 Mercy WayLafayette, IN 47905(765) 449-4600Website: [email protected] of Operation: See program information below for specific hours.Infant CareInfant care for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years old.(765) 447-3710Friday Family Fun NightsJosh Hill(765) 449-4600Takes place every Friday from 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM and allows families and individuals to participate inmany exciting activities, including Oasis Park, a giant indoor Playground, free of charge.Discover Care (Before/After School Care)Provides a structured before/after school setting for children ages 5 – 11 and includes homeworkassistance as well as physical activity with positive role models.Safe HavenShort-term residential home for displaced familiesdue to fire, flood, or domestic violence situations.Community Sports Lea

Counties, i.e., 5 miles outside of Lafayette/West Lafayette), Individual Development Accounts, Area IV Transit in Benton and Tippecanoe Counties and Area IV Public Transportation of Tippecanoe County, Organizational Payee Program, and Business Expansion and Entrepreneurship Devel