Thank you for visiting Pantry of HOPE Resources page. Click any of the images below to get started with any of these resources! We HOPE you find these beneficial.

In partnership with Gleaners you can use this pantry locator to find food assistance near you!

Indiana 211 is a free community resource  that can help you find and access resources in your community from food, financial assistance, and other programs!

Sometimes we just need someone to talk to or pray with! We would love to pray with you or study the bible if you're interested. Just complete this form and someone on the team will be in contact with you!

Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with our Pantry and community outreach initiatives! 😀

Additional Resources

Find help near you! has a wide range of support for you. Search and connect to community partners who can support you. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost to help you. 

Need help finding food? 

Indianapolis Food Assistance (SNAP)

Click here to see if you qualify or to apply and learn more.

Everyday Life Resources 

988 Lifeline

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. 

988 offers access to trained crisis counselors who can help people experiencing mental health-related distress. 

You can call or text 988 or chat for themselves or if they are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support.

Indiana Rental Assistance

Indiana Housing & Urban Development (HUD) helps apartment owners by offering reduced rent to low-income tenants. To apply, contact or visit the management office of each apartment building that interests you. Check out this resource

Indiana Mental Health Resource

The state of Indiana is here to help when it comes to managing your mental health. Check out this resource

Addiction Help is the only addiction and mental health website founded by a board-certified addiction specialist, a long-time recovering addict, and the spouse of an addict. We provide reliable information about addiction and recovery to guide addicts and their loved ones to a happier, healthier life. Visit us here to learn more. 

Opioid Awareness

Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) have a 13 times higher risk for suicide than those without OUD. To spread awareness Bicycle Health recently published an educational guide on suicide and OUD, high-risk populations, causes, prevention, what to do if a loved one is showing signs of being at risk of self-harm or suicide, and more. Check it out here!

Social Media Addiction

Society is becoming more aware of some of the dangerous effects of social media, especially on young audiences. It is something that Lanier Law firm is actively working with families on to make sure these apps become safer places. 

Since it is such an important issue, they recently made a page dedicated to social media addiction statistics. It sheds interesting insight into many trends like: which app is the most dangerous, is social media addiction on the rise, are mental health issues increasing, and more. Check it out here!

Emotional Support

Mesothelioma Hope, an advocacy organization whose mission is to give HOPE back to those who may have lost theirs. They provide educational resources, emotional support, and information about asbestos-related diseases and cancers like mesothelioma. Check out their site here.

Legal Support

Their website offers a comprehensive look into mental and emotional health in both cancer patients and the families learning to cope with a new cancer diagnosis, as well as resources for therapeutic practices and counseling that everyone can participate in to help with grieving and depression. Additionally, we also cover discussing end-of-life matters and financial support made available to help cover costly treatments and other expenses. Check us out here for more information.

Healthcare Resources for Veterans 

Veterans in the U.S. military may need specialized care to deal with common health issues as they age. To help these brave men and women, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has established dozens of programs and services exclusively for veterans.

Click here for more information.

Marion County Public Health

The Marion County Public Health Department has a Housing and Neighborhood Health Department that focuses on improving neighborhood quality of life through code enforcement and education related to occupied and vacant structures as well as sanitation conditions. If you believe you are living in unsafe conditions, you can submit a complaint through the department by clicking here!

PTSD Specialized Care & Supportive Services

Stressful and traumatic events happen throughout life. Being frightened and having an added layer of tension while you process these emotions is a normal reaction. If you begin to have flashbacks, recurring memories or dreams, distressing thoughts, or physical symptoms of stress about the event, you may have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This guide will help you understand  PTSD and explore various care options available to you.  Visit us here for more resources. 

Township Trustees

Township Trustees play a crucial role in providing assistance to Indiana residents in need by distributing relief and connecting them to helpful resources when necessary. Their dedication and commitment to serving the community are instrumental in ensuring that individuals receive the support and resources they require during challenging times. Click here to find your Township Trustee!

Mesothelioma Cancer Support

At, we are committed to advocating for and supporting those affected by cancer, by offering up-to-date information on research, treatment, and assistance. Our team has collaborated extensively with healthcare experts to gather verified and medically-approved facts on this illness, including its impact on the body and potential treatment options. Visit us here to learn more.