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  1. Legal Assistance for Victimized Adults (LAVA) Project

    LAVA Project (Legal Assistance for Victimized Adults) The number of people who suffer from abuse, neglect or exploitation is staggering. Seniors and endangered adults are particularly vulnerable to many types of abuse. Abuse, neglect and exploitation of t ...
  2. Indiana State Guardianship Association

    Since their creation in 1996, the Indiana State Guardianship Association has been a member-driven organization consisting of professional guardians, agency guardians, family guardians, and others.  Members pay annual dues of $40 which entitles members to ...
  3. Food and Nutrition Service web site (USDA)

    This page is from the United States Department of Agriculture.  The FOUR primary places you can reach from the link below are: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Food Distribution Programs Child Nutrition Programs WIC We thank you for your interest ...
  4. Wills and Trusts- General Information

    What is a will? A will is a document in which a person tells how his or her property should be given away upon death. What happens to my property if I die without a will? If you die without a will, Indiana law will say how your property is given away. Bel ...
  5. Transferring Small Amounts of Property

    My parent died, and she had only a bank account with a little money in it. Do I have to go to probate court and open an estate to get this money? No, not usually. In Indiana, if someone dies and has an estate worth less than $50,000, you can generally get ...
  6. I Lost My Medicaid, Food Stamps or TANF – What do I do?

    Two questions, one answer: I got a notice that my benefits (Medicaid, Food Stamps, or TANF) are being terminated (or reduced or were denied). What do I do? I’m not getting the assistance I need to get a job. What do I do? First, you should talk with your ...
  7. Social Security Benefits for Disabled People – SSD and SSI

    What kinds of social security benefits can I receive if I am disabled? There are two types of social security benefits for disabled people: Social Security Disability (SSD), which you can get if you are both disabled AND have worked enough in the past in ...
  8. What is the Difference Between Medicaid And Social Security?

    What is Medicaid? Medicaid is a health insurance program run by the state of Indiana with state and federal funds. Medicaid has many different categories of assistance, and it is possible to be eligible under more than one category. Medicaid basically cov ...
  9. Navigating Medicare and Medicaid: Resource Guides

    Kaiser Family Foundation website. Medical Assistance and Insurance Medicare Types of Available Health Care Medical Assistance Navigating Medicare and Medicaid: Resource Guides ...
  10. Medicare Changes that Could Affect You

    AARP booklet on the 2003 Medicare changes and how those changes may affect you. Medicare Types of Available Health Care Medical Assistance Medicare Changes that Could Affect You ...