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Steve Hartman Kindness 101

Frendship
Courage
Optimistic 
and more

There will be a new one every week until school is officially over for 2019-2020

Worth watching with your children






Before and After Care Children might enjoy this. 

https://www.storypirates.com/podcast

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Barnes and Noble - Weekly Store Hour

Visit National Parks and get FREE PASS for all 4th Graders


If you or a loved one are struggling with a mental health crisis aggravated by the coronavirus outbreak, please contact the Mental Health Crisis Hotline at             800-273-8255 or visit their webpage


If you are a victim of domestic abuse, visit the Domestic Abuse Hotline or call 
1-800-799-SAFE. Advocates are available 24/7 and all calls are free and confidential. If you are not comfortable speaking with someone directly, support is also available through a live chat. 
Mental Health
102 St. Michael Dr., Charlestown, Indiana 47111​
812-256-3503
stmichaelcharlestown@yahoo.com
Other Emergency Needs


The Children’s Bureau has received additional funding to help with basic needs for families. They serve families who have children from birth to 17 years of age. They can provide rent, housing/utility assistance, food and baby items (i.e. formula/diapers). They have a Hispanic services team and have funds for Marion County and all of the contiguous counties. Families can email anytime at CPCSinquiries@childrensbureau.org.


Indiana 211 offers access to various resources such as food & clothing, mental health and addition, health care, housing and utility support and more. Click here