Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana Services
In Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana, Volunteers of America Mid-States provides supportive services that help individuals with developmental disabilities live safe, healthy, and engaged lives, and homelessness prevention services and case management for veterans and their families.
Developmental Disability Services
Comprised of a network of 11 neighborhood-based homes, the Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana Supportive Living Programs provides quality in-home and non-residential support for individuals with developmental disabilities. Those who are able are encouraged to become involved in their communities, which is made possible through Volunteers of America’s in-home support staff, supportive employment and other specialized services. Services include health care coordination, transportation and around-the-clock care.
Volunteers of America Mid-States offers free and anonymous HIV testing at its HIV office located at 933 Goss Ave, as well as multiple venues across the Kentuckiana area. Our program is always seeking new opportunities to provide Free HIV testing and services in the community. Please contact us at (502) 635-4505 for more information about HIV testing services.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program provides homelessness prevention services and case management for veterans and their families in Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana.
- Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF): Clark and Floyd Counties in Indiana