A Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program (YAP) serves as an early intervention advocate for youth ages three to 17 who are facing challenging life circumstances. They take referrals for infants and toddlers (ages zero to three) with services they provide directly to the family. YAP takes a holistic approach to coordinate the community’s vast array of talents, services, and resources to help youth and empower parents and caregivers.
A Healthier Hamilton County: Systems of Care is designed to provide support through collaborative tools and resources with the goal of improving the health and happiness of Hamilton County.
Early Learning Alliance Network works to connect, educate, advocate, and innovate in support of families, educators, and other caregivers of young children. Find learning opportunities of interest including early intervention, purposeful play, selecting early education centers, talking with teachers, and advocating for your child.
Hamilton County Health Department provides resources on vaccinations, COVID testing sites, and other mental health resources.
Indiana Family to Family is a parent to parent organization that provides support to Indiana families of children with additional health and education needs. Through the power of shared experiences, they can provide answers, resources, training, and community connections.