Other Indiana Social Services

The State of Indiana has many services to assist and aid low-income families. The following is a list of available services and their contact information.

The Breastfeeding Promotion Program

The Breastfeeding Promotion Program's objective is to "Increase to at least 75 percent the proportion of mothers who breastfeed their babies in the early postpartum period and, to increase to at least 50 percent the proportion who continue breastfeeding until their babies are six months old."

MOMS HealthLine: 1-844-624-6667

Indiana Family Helpline

Childhood Lead Prevention

Childhood Lead Prevention helps communities pursue the most appropriate approach to the prevention of childhood lead poisoning.

Indiana State Department of Health Lead Prevention

The Healthy Pregnancy/Healthy Baby Campaign

The Healthy Pregnancy/Healthy Baby Campaign provides agencies serving women of childbearing age free pregnancy tests to use an an outreach service

MOMS HealthLine: 1-844-624-6667

Indiana State Department of Health Free Pregnancy Test

Indiana WIC (Women Infant Children) Program

Nutritious Foods - The foods provided to the women and children on the Women Infant Children program are milk, cheese, eggs, cereal, juice, dried beans, peas, and peanut butter. Breastfeeding women receive tuna and carrots in addition to the basic food package. Infants are provided iron-fortified formula, infant cereal, and juice.

WIC hotline 1-800-522-0874

WIC Website

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

TANF is a program that provides temporary cash assistance and supportive services to assist the family, helping them achieve economic self-sufficiency.

TANF Website

Indiana Food Stamp Program

Indiana's Food Stamp Program is designed to raise the nutritional level of low income households. It enables low-income families to buy nutritious food through Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards.

Indiana Food Stamp Program Website