AARP (American Association of Retired Persons)

601 E Street NW

Washington, DC 20049

(888) 687-2277 (Toll-free)




Disabling Conditions Served: Conditions related to aging


Users Served: Mid-life and older persons (must be 50 or older to be a member)


Services Provided:

Information and education

Community service

Legislative, judicial, and consumer advocacy

Member services

Tax Aide

AARP Driver Safety Program

Grief & Loss Program (Widowed Persons Service)


Resources Available:

Website and online services including universal design home modification information

AARP The Magazine

Medicare/Medicaid information

AARP Bulletin

Numerous publications related to aging


State office:

AARP Indiana

One North Capitol Ave., Suite 1275

Indianapolis, IN 46204

(866) 448-3618 (Toll-free)



Abilities Services, Inc.

Montgomery County

PO Box 808

1237 Concord Rd.

Crawfordsville, IN 47933

(765) 362-4020

(800) 362-4021




Disabling Conditions Served: All disabilities


Users Served: People with disabilities, or similarly disadvantaged


Services Provided:

Employment and training

Industrial services

Habilitation services

Group homes

In-home services

Community living

IMPACT (Indiana Manpower Placement and Comprehensive Training)

WorkOne Express site


Other Branches:

Clinton County

Abilities Services, Inc.

950 McKinley Ave.

Frankfort, IN 46041

(765) 659-4631


Clinton County

Abilities Services, Inc.

Old Stony Building

321 East Clinton St., Suite 7

Frankfort, IN 46041

(765) 659-5869


Tippecanoe County

Abilities Services, Inc.

615 N 18th St., Suite 103

Lafayette, IN 47904

(765) 446-9201

(765) 446-9682 (FAX)



8630 Fenton St., Suite 930

Silver Spring, MD 20910

(301) 608-8998 (Voice)

(301) 608-8912 (TTY)

(800) 227-0216 (Toll-free)

(301) 608-8958 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: All disabilities


Users Served: Persons with disabilities, families, professionals, and researchers interested in assistive technology


Services Provided:

Database of information about more than 34,000 disability-related products

Telephone consultation with an information specialist

Website with a searchable version of the database


Resources Available:

ABLEDATA database searches (min. charge $5 for printouts; telephone consultation is free)

Guide to ABLEDATA Indexing Terms ($36)

ABLEDATA Fact Sheets and Informed Consumer Guides ($4.25 each)

All listed resources are available free from the Website. Users can also print their own database search results for free from the Website.


About Special Kids

(Formerly The Indiana Parent Information Network)

7275 Shadeland Ave., Suite 1

Indianapolis, IN 46250

(317) 257-8683

(800) 964-4746




Disabling Conditions Served: Children’s disabilities


Users Served: Parents of children with special needs, and professionals who serve them


Services Provided:

•ASK provides peer support and education

Statewide, regional, and community workshops and conferences to develop or improve skills in the areas of communication, collaboration, and public awareness, such as:

-  Special education training

-  Health care financing training


Resources Available:

Online Resource Directory (see Website)



Acoustic Neuroma Association

600 Peachtree Pkwy., Suite 108

Cumming, GA 30041-6899

(770) 205-8211 or (877) 200-8211

(770) 205-0239 or (877) 202-0239 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: Acoustic neuroma


Users Served: Adults and children with acoustic neuroma


Services Provided:

Information on patient rehabilitation to physicians and health care personnel to promote research on acoustic neuroma

Public education regarding symptoms suggestive of acoustic neuroma to promote early diagnosis and successful treatment


ADA Indiana

(Indiana State ADA Steering Committee)

c/o Indiana Institute on Disability and Community

2853 E. Tenth St.

Bloomington, IN 47408-2696

(812) 855-6508

(812) 855-9396 (TTY)

(800) 825-4733 (Toll-Free)

(812) 855-9630 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: All disabilities


Users Served: Anyone interested in the implementation of the ADA in Indiana: employers and human resources personnel, government personnel, school and community organizations, contractors and architects, people with disabilities, family members, and other community members


Services Provided:

Reviews ADA implementation in Indiana

Oversees implementation of the Steering Committee’s goals and objectives

Conducts ADA training for employers, local government, and people with disabilities

Annual statewide ADA Celebration

Works in conjunction with the DBTAC: Great Lakes ADA Center


Resources Available:

Your Employment Rights as an Individual with a Disability

Your Responsibility as an Employer

ADA Report Card

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Questions and Answers

Your Guide to Disability Rights Laws

ADA Guide for Small Businesses

ADA Guide for Small Towns

Other ADA information on request



PO Box 6303

Rockville, MD 20849-6303

(800) 448-0440 (Toll-Free)

(301) 519-0459 (Outside USA)

(888) 480-3739 (TTY)

(301) 315-2818 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: HIV/AIDS


Users Served: Patients, general public, health care providers, and researchers


Services Provided:

Live online assistance 12-4 p.m., M-F provided by trained health information specialists available in Spanish or English

  Telephone assistance 12-5 p.m., M-F offering the latest federally approved information on research, clinical trials, and treatment

  Health information specialists provide customized, confidential answers to questions about HIV/AIDS clinical trials and treatment


Resources Available:

Information about HIV/AIDS and treatment options

Clinical trials database

AIDSinfo Drug Database

HIV/AIDS glossary

AIDSinfo e-news update service

Most resources are also available in Spanish


Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

3417 Volta Place NW

Washington, DC 20007-2778

(202) 204-4682

(202) 337-8314 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Loss or partial loss of hearing


Users Served: Adults and children with hearing impairments and their families, as well as hearing health professionals and teachers of children with hearing impairments.


Services Provided:

Public education program to detect hearing loss

Preschool services financial aid program

Individual counseling

College scholarships for pre-lingually deaf students

Information services

Educational conferences and workshops

Research library

International and national conventions

Mentoring programs

Leadership training

Child advocacy


Resources Available:

Various books, brochures, instructional materials, videos, CDs, and audio cassettes

Email listservs

The Volta Review quarterly journal and Volta Voices bimonthly magazine (free to members)

Catalog of publications

Online bookstore


Indiana State Chapter:

Hear Indiana

11667 Shadowwood Court

Zionsville, IN 46077

(317) 773-8429 (Phone/FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Children with hearing impairments


Users Served: Children with hearing impairments, parents of children with hearing impairments, professionals, and interested people


Services Provided:

Biennial educational conference

Referrals to professionals and other organizations

Youth leadership camp for mainstreamed oral youth with hearing impairments

Parent/professional support groups

Scholarships: speech therapy for oral youth with hearing impairments


The ALS Association

27001 Agoura Rd., Suite 150

Calabasas Hills, CA 91301

(818) 880-9007

(800) 782-4747 (Patient services)

(818) 880-9006 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: ALS, also known as Lou Gherig’s disease


Users Served: ALS patients, their families and caregivers, and healthcare professionals


Services Provided:




Support groups

Multidisciplinary clinic

Information and referral

Caregiver retreat


Resources Available:

Living with ALS manuals

FYI fact sheets

ALSA videos and brochures

A Reason for Hope magazine

ALSA Patient Services Resource Directory


Indiana affiliate:

Indiana Chapter of ALSA

6525 E. 82nd St., Suite 115

Indianapolis, IN 46250

(888) 508-3232 (Toll-free)




The Alzheimer’s Association

National Headquarters

225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17

Chicago, IL 60601-7633

(312) 335-8700

(800) 272-3900 (24-hour support line)

(866) 699-1346 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias


Users Served: Individuals with Alzheimer’s, family members, and professionals


Services Provided:

Caregiver support groups

24-hour help line

Educational workshops and seminars

Information and referral

Care consultation


Resources Available:



Local Chapter:

Alzheimer’s Association

Greater Indiana Chapter

50 E 91st St, Ste 100

Indianapolis, IN 46240

(317) 575-9620

(800) 272-3900 (Toll-free help line)

(317) 582-0669 (FAX)




American Amputee Foundation

PO 94227

North Little Rock , AR 72190

(501) 835-9290

(501) 835-9292




Disabling Conditions Served: Amputation


Users Served: Amputees and their families


Services Provided:

Referral services

Employment capability information

Home and work-site modification information

Prosthetic device information

Lifecare planning services


Resources Available:

Self-help guides

Publications price list

American Amputee Foundation National Resource Directory

Active Living magazine

Peer counseling training manuals

AAF online support library


American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

(Formerly American Association on Mental Retardation)

501 3rd St., NW, Suite 200

Washington, DC 20001

(202) 387-1968

(800) 424-3688

(202) 387-2193 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Intellectual disabilities


Users Served:  Adults and children


Services Provided:

Aids in integrating those with disabilities into society and in promoting equality for those who are intellectually disabled

Public awareness efforts regarding the intellectually challenged

Annual convention

Online discussion groups, listservs, and chat rooms


Resources Available:

AAIDD online Bookstore

The American Journal on Intellectual Disabilities scholarly research journal

Intellectual Disabilities practitioner’s journal

AAIDD F.Y.I. online newsletter

AAIDD Reading Room–free online reference material


American Brain Tumor Association

2720 River Rd.

Des Plaines, IL 60018

(847) 827-9910

(800) 886-2282 (Patient line)

(847) 827-9918 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Brain tumors


Users Served: Individuals with brain tumors and their families


Services Provided:

• Free social work consultations

Nationwide database of support groups

Pen pal program

Resource listing of physicians offering investigative treatments


Resources Available:

A Primer of Brain Tumors

Dictionary for Brain Tumor Patients

Living with a Brain Tumor

Various other publications


American Burn Association

625 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 2550

Chicago, IL 60611

(312) 642-9260

(312) 642-9130 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Burns


Users Served: Burn patients and the healthcare professionals who serve them


Services Provided:

Study and research in acute care, rehabilitation, and prevention of burns



Professional training


Resources Available:

Journal of Burn Care and Research

Burn Care Resource Directory

National Burn Repository

ABA newsletter

For a complete list of publications, see the Website


American Camp Association

5000 St. Rd. 67 N.

Martinsville, IN 46151-7902

(765) 342-8456

(765) 342-2065 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, emotional/behavior problems, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS


Users Served: Camp professionals, teachers, parents, families, and children


Services Provided:

Information for camp professionals, families, and parents

Information to the public

Advice from camp professionals on choosing a camp and finding out if your child is ready for camp


Resources Available:

Camping magazine ($6 for back issues)

Find A Camp searchable database, found at

CAMP e-News online magazine (see


For more information on camps in Indiana, please contact the Indiana section of the ACA.

Indiana Section:

Section Executive: Brigitta Adkins

P.O. Box 260

North Webster, IN 46555

(574) 457-4379 (Phone/FAX)

(888) 620-2267




Also see individual entries for Camp Millhouse and Isanogel Center


American Cancer Society

5635 W. 96th St. , Suite 100

Indianapolis, IN 46278

(202) 467-5081

(800) 424-8666 (Toll-Free)

(202) 467-5085 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: Cancer


Users Served: Cancer patients and their families


Services Provided:

Patient and family education




Information on prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer

Education of professionals

Transportation to and from treatments

Breast cancer one-on-one support

Support groups

Volunteer services

Public information


Resources Available:

Various brochures

Annual report


Local Branches:

13 local branches throughout the state. Call (800) ACS-2345 to find the branch nearest you.


American Council of the Blind

2200 Wilson Blvd., Suite 650

Arlington, VA 22201

(202) 467-5081

(800) 424-8666

(703) 465-5085 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Blindness and visual impairment


Users Served: Blind, visually impaired, and fully-sighted individuals


Services Provided:

Information and advisory services

Legislative and governmental monitoring

Scholarships for legally blind college students

Public awareness and education

Legal advice and assistance


Resources Available:

The Braille Forum magazine is published 10 times a year in braille, large print, cassette, email, and online

A list of catalogs of products for people who are blind or visually impaired


Local Branch:

ACB of Indiana

Geraldine Koors, President

5885 N. Central Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46220

(317) 251-2562



American Diabetes Association

National Call Center

1701 N. Beauregard St.

Alexandria, VA 22311

(800) 342-2383



Disabling Conditions Served: Diabetes and related health conditions


Users Served: Diabetics, their families, and all inter­ested


Services Provided:

Information and referral services

Diabetes education classes

Year-round youth programs, such as summer camps

Counseling and support groups

Advocacy services

Prevention guidance

Research support

Camp John Warvel, a resident camp for children with diabetes


Resources Available:

Meal planning guides

Products for parents and kids

Products to help manage diabetes

Diabetes Forecast magazine

Materials for health care professionals

Informational material on a variety of diabetes related topics

• Online message boards and e-newsletters


Regional Office:

American Diabetes Association

6415 Castleway West Drive, Suite 114

Indianapolis, IN 46250

(317) 352-9226

(888) DIABETES (342-2383)

(317) 594-0748 (FAX)


American Foundation for the Blind

2 Penn Plaza, Suite 1102

New York, NY 10121

(212) 502-7600

(800) 232-5463

(888) 545-8331 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Blindness and visual impairment


Users Served: People who are blind or visually impaired and those working with them or for them


Services Provided:

Produce publications and audiovisual material about blindness

Record and duplicate books

Monitor legislative and government programs

Educate public about blindness and visual impairment

Adapt and evaluate products to help the blind and visually impaired


For schools, agencies, and organizations:

Expertise in areas of education, employment, aging, and access to the environment

Technical assistance, staff training, and information and referral services


Resources Available:

Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness

Online bookstore


Online message boards and discussion groups


American Heart Association

National Center

7272 Greenville Ave.

Dallas, TX 75231

(800) 242-8721

(888) 478-7653 (American Stroke Association)

Website:  or


Disabling Conditions Served: Cardiovascular diseases and stroke


Users Served: Patients who suffer from cardiovascular diseases and stroke, their families and caregivers, and the healthcare professionals who serve them


Services Provided:


Fund raising events

American Stroke Association


CPR classes


Resources Available:

Consumer and patient educational materials

Online heart and stroke encyclopedia

Cardiovascular health web links

Heart-healthy books and cookbooks

Scientific publications including five journals


State Office:

Central Indiana Office

6100 W. 96th St., Suite 200

Indianapolis, IN 46278-6005

(317) 873-3640

(317) 873-3070 (FAX)


American Liver Foundation

Heartland Division

6525 E. 86th St., Suite 150

Indianapolis, IN 46240

(317) 635-5074

(317) 594-5075 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: All liver disease


Users Served:  Those who suffer from liver disease


Services Provided: 

Information about liver disease

Education for patients

Research to find a cure

• Support groups and referral to community resources


American Lung Association of Indiana

115 W. Washington St., Suite 1180 South

Indianapolis, IN 46204

(317) 819-1181

(317) 819-1187 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Asthma, COPD, lung cancer, and other respiratory conditions


Users Served: People with respiratory conditions and the public concerning air quality and tobacco issues


Services Provided:

Information distribution on lung disease prevention

Train-the-trainer clinics available for tobacco cessation, asthma, and other lung diseases



Resources Available:

A catalog of publications may be obtained by writing


American Music Therapy Association

8455 Colesville Rd., Suite 1000

Silver Spring, MD 20910

(301) 589-3300

(301) 589-5175 (FAX)




Disabling conditions served: Behavioral, social, emotional, learning, and physical disorders


Users served: Music therapists, healthcare and related services professionals, hospitals, schools, and skilled nursing facilities


Services provided:

Advancement of public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increased access to quality music therapy services

Development of therapeutic use of music in healthcare, educational, and community settings

Advancement of education, training, professional standards, and research


Resources available:

Journal of Music Therapy (research journal)

Music Therapy Matters (newsletter)

Music Therapy Perspectives (practice oriented journal)

Brochure of other available publications may be obtained by writing AMTA


Local Branches:

Indiana University-Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, IN 46805

(260) 481-6100

(Contact the Director of Music Therapy)


University of Evansville

Evansville, IN 47722

(812) 479-2754

(Contact the Director of Music Therapy)


St. Mary-of-the-Woods College

St. Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876

(812) 535-5154

(Contact the Director of Music Therapy)


American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.

1839 Frankfort Ave., Box 6085

Louisville, KY 40206-0085

(502) 895-2405

(800) 223-1839

(502) 899-2274 (FAX)




Disabling conditions served: Visual impairments


Users served: Persons with visual impairments and teachers


Services provided:

Production of materials for the visually impaired and their teachers

Tour of production facilities

Museum presenting the history of the education of people who are blind or visually impaired

Hall of fame honoring the outstanding professionals who have served in the fields of education and rehabilitation of people who are blind or visually impaired


Resources available:

APH product catalog

APH accessible book catalog

APH adult life catalog

APH parts catalog

Family life catalog

Bookstore catalog


Web Resources:

Louis Database of Accessible Materials

Fred’s Head Database of Tips & Techniques

Accessible Media Producers Database

All catalogs and newsletters are available for download from the website


American Society for Deaf Children

800 Florida Ave., NE, #2047

Washington, DC 20002

(800) 942-2732 (Toll-free)

(410) 795-0965 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Deafness and other degrees of hearing loss


Users Served: Children with hearing loss, their families, and professionals


Services Provided:

Referral and information service

Biennial conventions


Parents Connected network

Speakers bureau representation


Resources Available:

The Endeavor quarterly newsletter

ASDC Snapshots informational fact sheets

Online resource library

Assistive devices


American Tinnitus Association

PO Box 5

Portland, OR 97207-0005

(503) 248-9985 (Voice)

(800) 634-8978

(503) 248-0024 (FAX)




Disabling conditions served: Tinnitus


Users served: Individuals with tinnitus and professionals


Services provided:

Information/referral to hearing professionals

Coordinates support group network

Education, advocacy, and research


Resources available:

Tinnitus Today (quarterly journal)

Bibliography service

Online courses for professionals



Amputee Coalition of America

900 East Hill Ave., Suite 205

Knoxville, TN 37915-2566

(865) 524-8772

(888) 267-5669 (Toll-free)

(865) 525-7917 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: Limb loss


Users Served: People with limb loss, their caregivers, and the professionals who serve them


Services Provided:


Annual educational conference and expo

National Limb Loss Information Center (NLLIC)

Peer support

Promoting Amputee Life Skills program


Resources Available:

inMotion bimonthly magazine

First Step - A Guide for Adapting to Limb Loss biennial publication

The Communicator bimonthly newsletter


Senior Step (for older amputees and caregivers)

Military in-Step


Regional Representative:

Serving IL, IN, MI, MN, and WI

Betty Mince

9697 East Bennington Road

Durand, MI 48429



Applied Behavior Center
6060 Castleway West Drive, Suite 135
Indianapolis, IN 46250

(317) 849-5437

(888) 602-8847 (Toll-Free)
(317) 842-5911 (FAX)

Disabling conditions served:
Autism and other developmental delays

Users served:
Families, caregivers, professionals seeking education, and children aged 3 to 16 with autism

Services provided:

Family and caregiver training

School system training

Behavior consulting

Educational consulting/trainings

Assessment of basic language and learning skills

Social groups and swimming

ABA therapy

The Arc of the United States

1660 L Street., Suite 301

Washington , DC 20036

(800) 433-5255 (Toll-Free)

(202) 534-5255 (FAX)




Disabling conditions served: Intellectual and other developmental disabilities


Users served: People with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, and their families


Services provided:

Information and referral concerning programs and services for those with intellectual and related disabilities

Information concerning guardianship for people with intellectual and related disabilities

Information regarding legislation impacting people with intellectual and related disabilities

The Arc Master Trust. Trust I allows families to provide for their child with a disability when they are no longer there. Trust II allows a person with a disability to fund their own trust.


Resources available:

Quarterly newsletter to members of The Arc


State Chapter:

The Arc of Indiana

107 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 800

Indianapolis, IN 46204

(317) 977-2375

(800) 382-9100

(317) 977-2385 (FAX)


There are 44 local chapters of The Arc, covering 55 counties. Call The Arc of Indiana for information.


Arthritis Foundation, Indiana Chapter

Heartland Region
615 N. Alabama St
., Suite 430

Indianapolis, IN 46204

(800) 783-2342 (IN Chapter)

(800) 283-7800 (National)




Disabling Conditions Served: All forms of arthritis


Users Served: Persons affected by arthritis, professionals, and organizations


Services Provided:

Arthritis aquatics program

Arthritis exercise program

Arthritis self-help course

Physician referral

American juvenile arthritis organization

Education and public seminars

Support of research programs

Speakers’ bureau


Resources Available:


Informational brochures

Programs for Living annual report

Educational materials price list for hospitals, physicians, and organizations

Educational books


Local Branches:

Northeast Indiana Branch

11123 Parkview Plaza Dr., Suite 206

Fort Wayne, IN 46845

(260) 672-6570


Southern Indiana Branch

700 Weinbach Ave. Suite 102

Evansville, IN 47711

(812) 474-1381


Northern Indiana Branch

PO Box 8345

South Bend, IN 46660

(574) 251-1424


Asthma Alliance of Indianapolis

3838 North Rural Street

Indianapolis, IN 46205

(317) 221-2473

(317) 221-3114 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Asthma


Users Served: Schools, organizations, parents, and businesses


Services Provided: 

Informational programs

Information about asthma and medication

Environmental home visits


Attain, Inc

2201 E. Michigan St., Suite A

Orlando, FL 32806

(407) 965-3018 (Office)

(877) 690-2003 (FAX)



Disabling Conditions Served: All disabilities


Users Served: People of all ages with disabilities


Services Provided:

Lending library of assistive devices




Funding strategies

Equipment exchange network


Autism Society of America

5340 East-West Hwy, Suite 350

Bethesda, MD 20814-3067

(301) 657-0881

(800) 3-AUTISM (328-8476)

(301) 657-0869 (FAX)




Disabling Conditions Served: Autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome, and other related pervasive developmental disorders


Users Served: Families, individuals, professionals, and other advocates inter­ested in autism spectrum disorders


Services Provided:

Support for families

Educational materials for families and professionals

National conference

Advocacy at the federal, state, and local levels

Nationwide network of chapters

Public education/autism awareness

Library of resource materials


Resources Available:

The Advocate quarterly magazine

Autism Source, a national on-line database of services and support related to autism

The knowledge and experience of family members

Multimedia training and information materials


State Chapter:

Autism Society of Indiana

Liz Freeman Floyd, Coordinator

Teachers College, Room 722

Ball State University

Muncie, IN 47306

(317) 695-0252




Disabling Conditions Served: Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome


Users Served: Anyone who lives or works with an individual who has autism


Services Provided:






Resources Available:

Autism: Helping Your Child Learn to “Behave”

Autism and Sexuality: A Guide for Instruction

Everyday Encounters: How to Succeed and Survive

Update–Autism Society of Indiana’s newsletter (3 times per year)


See Website for locations of additional Indiana chapters.


Avenues—Arthrogryposis National Support Group

1080 Yosemite Rd.

Tuolum ne, CA 95379

(209) 928-3688


Disabling Conditions Served: Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC)


Users Served: Individuals with AMC, professionals, and other interested persons


Services Provided:

Support group


Resources Available:

What is Arthrogryposis? brochure



8515 Bluffton Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

Phone: (260) 744-6145

Toll-Free: (877) 456-2971

Fax: (260) 444-0006




Disabling conditions served: All disabilities


Users served: All persons with disabilities, regardless of disability


Services provided:

Vocational placement training and assessment

Residential, therapeutic, and recreational programs for those with disabilities

Assistive programs

Work trial/vocational assessment

Pre-screening/job placement

Job coaching

ADA consultation (free of charge)

Assist employers in receiving Work Opportunity Tax Credits for hiring persons with disabilities

Day services

Early intervention therapies (infant & toddler services)



Local Branches:

AWS (Columbus)

5440 25th St.

Columbus, IN 47203

(812) 376-3906

(866) 498-3859 (Toll-free)



AWS (Hobart)

426 Center St.

Hobart, IN 46342

(219) 945-5776



AWS (Indianapolis)

2431 Directors Row, Suite A

Indianapolis, IN 46342

(317) 972-1206

(877) 778-3611 (Toll-free)



AWS (Marion)

5519 S. Western Ave.

Marion, IN 46953

(765) 674-1555

(866) 668-4061 (Toll-free)



AWS (South Bend)

926 E. Wayne St.

South Bend, IN 46617

(574) 233-8812

(888) 596-6290 (Toll-free)






Breaking New Ground
Purdue University
ABE Bldg., 225 S. University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093
(800) 825-4264 or (765) 494-5013