Our Network in Indiana is the largest network of free & reduced cost social assistance in the United States. There are over 733,000 users in Indiana who search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more. We help them find those services and connect to organizations like yours that provide them.

As we experience unprecedented levels of unemployment, food insecurity, sickness, and general adversity, it’s important for us to highlight the impact our network is having on Hoosiers and affirm our commitment to helping those individuals in need.

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What is findhelp?

At findhelp, we created a social care network that connects people and programs — making it easy for people to find social services in their communities, for nonprofits to coordinate their efforts, and for customers to integrate social care into the work they already do. 

We support thousands of nonprofits by providing completely free access to our Open Toolkit, which gives you the ability to manage your program listings on our network, track referrals, manage team capacity, report on outcomes, and more.

Some Community-Based Organizations in Our Network


Our Footprint in Indiana

We’ve led a decade-long journey to build the largest and most widely used social care network in the country, with over 1,400 resources in each and every county. By engaging with nonprofits like yours in Indiana, there are now more than 6,700 programs (and growing!) listed in our local network.

If you’d like to see more details about our coverage, you can explore our interactive map to see more network details by specific counties or metropolitan areas throughout Indiana.

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Searches for help in Indiana

With more than 733,000 unique users in Indiana, we have a growing amount of data that shows where there is demand for services by category throughout the community.

Our users are people in need, workers at nonprofits and government agencies, or from any one of our customers that service Hoosiers, including IU Health, Ivy Tech, the City of Bloomington, MHS Indiana, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, and many others.

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News & Insights

Bridging the gap for college students

At Ivy Tech Community College, a network of more than 40 campuses in Indiana, a pillar of their strategic plan is to ensure the basic needs of students are met.

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Findhelp software helps connect people to services: Indianapolis Business Journal

Several of Central Indiana’s largest hospital systems have jumped on board with findhelp to provide a bevy on online resources for patients in need of housing, transportation, food and other critical services.

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College student Natasha Dennison picks out food items from the Bear Necessities food pantry at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana in Indianapolis. Ivy Tech offers the food pantry on campus as part of the college’s wraparound services, which seeks to address students’ non academic needs. [Photo by Martin do Nascimento]

Upcoming Events

Introducción a findhelp (101)

Únase a la red de y aprenda a conectar con servicios sociales.

el tercer miércoles del mes
12 PM - 1 PM, Horario de la zona este


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Join the network and learn how to connect to social services.

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1 PM - 2 PM, ET

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Navigating Your Free Suite of Tools (201)

Design a process that fits your team’s needs with free intake tools and impact reports.

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Local Support

Since every organization’s needs are a little different, we work closely with each of our partners to find a solution that’s right for their goals. Click on the link below to schedule time with a local team member and explore how findhelp can help you further your mission.