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| A Better Way 765-747-9107
A Better Way provides a safe, residential shelter for victims of domestic violence.
| Academy of Model Aeronautics/Museum 765-287-1256 or 1-800-435-9262
Interesting air and flight museum for all ages containing model airplanes, hands-on displays, and step-back-in-time street shops.
| Adult Activities (YWCA) 765-284-3345
The Adult Activities program provides adults with activities to stimulate their skills, interests, health, and/or recreation needs.
| Affirmative Action Indianapolis, IN 317-232-8029
| After Baby Comes 765-741-1073
Located at Ball Memorial Hospital. After Baby Comes Class offers instruction in feeding the new baby, providing proper play, and knowing how to recognize when a physical should be called.
| After School Friends (Big Brothers and Big Sisters) 765-284-4141
This is an after-school program providing mentoring relationships and activities between South View Elementary students and volunteers who have been screened and trained. The program runs for 30 weeks during the school year.
| After-School Program (YMCA) 765-288-4448
The After-School Program provides a variety of daily activities: swimming, arts & crafts, tutoring, karate, Red Cross baby sitting class, board games, cooking, and more. Activities are supervised by a paid and volunteer staff with structured programs geared to encourage young people to remain free of alcohol, tobacco. and other drugs.
| After-School Tutoring in Reading 765-285-8540
Ball State University Teachers College, Muncie, IN
| American Red Cross Disaster Assistance Program 765-284-3361
The American Red Cross Disaster Assistance Program, Hoosier Heartland Chapter, provides assistance to disaster victims with immediate emergency needs of food, clothing, and shelter, including families that are victims of fire.
| Apple Tree Child Development Center (YMCA) 765-286-0616
A cooperative effort with Ball State University, the Apple Tree Child Development Center s a full-time and part-time child care center.
| Ask Rose 1-877-ASK-ROSE www.askrose.org
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students.
| Baby Care -Christian Ministries 765-288-0601
The Baby Care program helps mothers who are not on the WIC program to receive low-iron or no-iron formula, diapers, and clothing for their babies.
| Ball State Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic 765-285-8160
This program offers individual and group therapy for all speech, language, and hearing disorders. Diagnostic tests are given before enrollment.
| Behavioral Sciences , Hillcroft Services 765-284-4166
An assessment of the behavioral needs of the individual is provided with input from parents, teacher, caregivers and other persons involved.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware County, Inc. 765-284-4141
A child is matched in a one-to-one friendship with a screened and trained volunteer who acts as a mentor and role model. Volunteers make a commitment of a minimum of nine months in which to build a quality and consistent relationship, ideally providing weekly contact.
| Boy Scouts of America (Crossroads of America Council) 765-288-0223
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to serve others by helping to instill values in young people and in other ways prepare them to make ethical choices over their lifetimes and achieve their full potential.
| Boys and Girls Club of Muncie 765-282-4461
The Muncie Boys and Girls Club offers physical education, social recreation tutoring, arts and crafts, computer lab, basketball leagues and cooking classes. Many of the programs are age specific and are drop-in activities. http://www.bgcmuncie.org/
| Bracken Library 765-285-5143
Located at Ball State University Bracken Library contains more than 1,500,000 books, periodicals, newspapers, audio-visual materials, and government publications. Residents of Indiana are eligible to obtain a library card in order to avail themselves of basic library services, although usage of audio-visual materials is restricted to students staff and faculty members.
| Brother to Brother 765-747-4750
Brother to Brother is a mentoring program for boys from 8 to 18 years of age.
| Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services 765-288-6516
BDDS is apart of the Family l and Social Services administrative agency that helps people to help themselves.
| Child Care Resource and Referral 765-284-0887
This program maintains a data base for area child-care services in order to assist families in locating their desired type of child care.
| Child Information Services-Child Find 765-284-4166
A database of information on all services for children and families in Delaware County and how to obtain those services.
| Child Protection Services (Delaware County) 765-751-9565
The purpose of Child Protection Services is to receive and investigate reports of child abuse and neglect.
| Children's Clothing Center of Delaware County, Inc. 765-289-4490
With referrals from the children's schools, parents can obtain clothing from the Children's Clothing Center of Delaware County, Inc.
| Christmas Gift Lift Program 765-288-1924
In the Christmas Gift Lift Program, donated gifts are collected and wrapped by volunteers who them match the gifts with resident in area nursing homes and patients in psychiatric and medical facilities.
|Managed Health Services
Mental Health Association in Delaware County 765-288-1924
|Cornerstone Center for the Arts 765-281-9503
After school program for children in visual arts, music, dance and theater.
| Creative Child Care 765-747-5257
Before and after school care for your children. The Program is available at all of our elementary schools.
| Day Camp (Buley Center) 765-747-4769
Dennis Terrell - director. Youngsters from kindergarten through middle school and, possibly high school. A Day Camp program which provides activities for children in the summer and after school hours.
| Delaware Counseling Services, CMHS, Inc. Meridian Services 765-288-1928
Delaware Counseling Services provide general outpatient services, including initial and continuing evaluation, psychological evaluation, treatment for individuals (all ages), couples, families, ad groups for children and adults, and coordination of treatment with other agencies and staff of other disciplines.
| Delaware County 4-H Clubs and Youth Program 765-747-7732
Twenty-one 4-H clubs in Delaware county offer young people from the first grade through the senior year in school opportunities to join an educational program to learn about careers, life, and leadership skills.
| Delaware CASA Program 765-747-7875
Community volunteers who speak for the best interests of children in court cases.
| Delaware County Child Abuse Prevention Council 765-751-9565
The Delaware County Child Abuse Prevention Council seeks to educate and to provide information about strategies to prevent child abuse.
| Delaware County Cooperative Extension Office 765-747-7732
The Extension Office provides unbiased scientific information on agriculture, family youth and community.
| Delaware County Health Department 765-747-7721
The goals of the Delaware County Health Department are primarily prevention of disease and health promotion, focusing on the health of the entire community.
| Delaware County Step Ahead Council (ACTION) 765-289-2313
The Council seeks to empower parents and all caregivers to provide a safe, happy and healthy environment in order to enable every child in Delaware County to reach his or her potential.
| Education Program (Cancer Services of Delaware County) 765-284-9063
The education program offers literature and information on cancer awareness.
| Emergency Room and Poison Control 765-747-3241
Ball Memorial Hospital's emergency room provides 24 - hour medical treatment to persons needing immediate assistance.
| Gateway Health Clinic, Inc. 765-747-9757
Office Hours 8:30-3:30 T, W, Th
| Kiwanis Club 765-643-8133
The Glasses Fund provides money for glasses for students who cannot afford them. Any low-income student of the Muncie Community Schools may be eligible. Applicants should contact the school nurse to apply for this service.
| Habitat for Humanity 765-286-5739
This is a Christian housing mission designed to help build houses for low-income families.
| Head Start Program 765-288-3000
Head Start is a comprehensive program which provides for the developmental needs of pre-school children with educational, social, medical, dental, nutritional and mental health services. The goal is to bring about a higher level of knowledge for children of low-income families and to involve the family and community in the program's activities.
| Icerman Dental Clinic 765-747-5366
Located at the Dental Clinic, Muncie Area Career Center. Qualified dentists from the community provide operative dental care to school-age children through cooperative efforts by Muncie Community Schools, the Delaware County Dental Society, and Muncie Kiwanis. Children are referred to this service through their school nurse. The program aids the low-income population.
| Juvenile Aid 765-747-4873
Muncie Juvenile Aid Division Juvenile Aid's mission is to prevent and control juvenile delinquency and to investigate all criminal offenses against children.
| Kidz Korner Child Care 765-284-4869
The school-age program offers before and after school-child care. The program also offers child care on emergency school closings, early release from school closings and delays, early release from school and school vacations. A summer camp program is available as well.
| March of Dimes 1-317-262-4668
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation-Indiana Educational material related to prevention of birth defects and infant mortality is available for schools, clinics, and individuals. A public health information catalog is also available. materials are very reasonably priced.
| Minnetrista Cultural Center and Oakhurst Gardens 765-282-4848
The mission of the Minnetrista Cultural Center is to provide life-long learning experiences in art, history, and science for the people of East Central Indiana and beyond. The mission of Oakhurst Gardens is to create awareness, understanding, and appreciation of our natural environment. Exhibits are offered throughout the year.
| Motivate Our Minds 765-289-1990
The Motivate Our Minds program provides tutoring for at-risk students from the first through the eighth grade in the Muncie Metro Area. The Program Coordinator will design a tutoring program for each child based on his/her individual need. Students also participate in recreation, field trips, dances, theater, arts and crafts, library instruction, computer instruction, and academics. Daily snacks are provided. In addition to the East Highland Street Center, Motivate Our Minds' tutoring is available at the Multi-Center, the Buley Center and the Ross Center.
| Muncie Children's Museum 765-286-1660
The MCM is a vibrant place to which children and families come to explore, discover, and learn. Our mission is to enhance learning with exciting, hands-on interactive exhibits and programs for children from pre-school through the fourth grade. Our exhibits include Garfield Cartooning, Model Railroad, Dinosaurs, Water Works, Learn Not to Burn House, Under Indiana, Animal Acts, Farmyard, Semi-Truck, Market, Middletown, Exploraspace, Shafer Hall, and Outdoor Learning Center.
| Muncie Community Schools' Creative Child Care Program 765-747-5257
Coordinated through the Muncie Area Career Center.
| Muncie Parks and Recreation 765-747-4858
Every summer the Muncie Parks and Recreation Department provides programs to engage the interest of youngsters.
| Muncie Public Library 765-747-8200
The Muncie Public Library provides books (300,00), magazines (900), compact discs (12,000), videotapes (20,000), audiotapes (7,500), CD-ROMs, newspapers, and laser discs, etc. Programs are available for pre-schoolers, school-age children, and adults.
| Occupational Therapy 765-747-3239
Occupational Therapy provides services for rehabilitation unit patients, hospital inpatients and outpatients from infants to adults. If focuses on self-care and home management, equipment recommendations, pediatric treatment, evaluations, and treatment.
| Open Door/BMH Health Care, Inc. 765-747-2975
The Open Door/BMH Health Care is a not-for-profit community health center that serves Delaware and surrounding counties.
| Parents Encouraging Parents 765-215-1868
Community Resource Center for Families. An independent not for profit organization providing outreach to support parents and their students in achieving academic and holistic success by connecting parents with resources including peer support, access to experts and community partners to help bridge communication gaps between parents, schools and the community.
| Police Athletic Club (P.A.L. Club) 765-747-4861
The Police Athletic Club provides recreational activities for the young (6 to 18 years old) such as bowling, boxing, karate, acrobatics, basketball, baseball, and football. Apply at the Police Department.
| Project Leadership
Project Leadership, housed in the Muncie Area Career Center, provides assistance to families of eligible 7th and 8th grade students who are eligible for Indiana’s Twenty-first Century Scholars program by meeting with those students to help them fill out the enrollment form. The students then take the enrollment forms home for the parents to complete and return to their school. Project Leadership personnel then complete the enrollment submission online. Project Leadership also has a mentoring program for those same students as they enter high school. The goal is to help them successfully complete high school graduation requirements and enroll in a post-secondary educational setting. You can reach Project Leadership by emailing Dick Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Julie McGee (email@example.com), or calling them at 747-5250,
| Recreation Department 765-747-5446
The purpose of this program is to set up various programs of interest and need throughout the community on school and park properties.
| Ross Center 765-747-4741
Ross Center offers a variety of community services, such as basketball and volleyball for children and adults, line dancing, and after-school kids cafeteria.
| Roy C. Buley Community Center 765-747-4769
The mission of the Roy C. Buley Community Center is to make available, through the best use of all resources, human services that will enhance the quality of life of those in this community.
| Special Education Co-0p 765-747-5448
The Delaware County Special Education Cooperative administers PL 94-142: This consists of programs for those who are mildly and moderately retarded. severely and profoundly handicapped mentally, seriously handicapped emotionally, learning disabled, handicapped in communicating, or physically handicapped, including the homebound.
| The Indiana Partnerships Center - www.fscp.org
Working to empower parents about their rights and responsibilities pertaining to their children’s education.
| United Day Care - 765-282-1742
The United Day Care Center provides quality, licensed child care and early childhood education.
| United Way of Delaware County 765-288-5586
United Way's Resource Center is a central referral source that links non-profit groups to human resources.
| Wapehani Girl Scout Council 765-378-3373
The Wapehani Girl Scout Council provides a number of activity centers for Girl Scout meetings, which last for two hours a session. An "activity center" is a troop specifically designed to reach girls in under served areas. Usually facilitated by a staff member, activity centers encourage parents and other adult volunteers to become involved in a helping or leadership capacity.
| WIC 765-289-6180
This program offers nutrition education, supplemental foods, medical screening and referral services.
| Work One 765-289-1861
Job Corps offers free vocational training and basic education to disadvantaged youth.
|YMCA, Muncie Family 765-288-4448
The YMCA provides recreational and physical activities for families and racquetball are available for all age groups and clubs--call for details.