There are several organizations that we partner with and that serve as excellent resources for our community members and their families. Get in touch if you have partnered with us or have suggestions for additional resources.
Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADN) supports church congregations, families and individuals touched by disabilities to nurture inclusive communities.
Faith communities are transformed when individuals with disabilities and their God-given gifts and experiences enjoy full inclusion in the Body of Christ. ADN has been shaped by the Anabaptist tradition. Our resources are available to faith communities from every tradition, across the U.S. and beyond.
CARF International, a group of companies that includes CARF Canada and CARF Europe, is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services.
Through accreditation, CARF assists service providers in improving the quality of their services, demonstrating value, and meeting internationally recognized organizational and program standards.
INARF is the principal membership organization in Indiana representing providers of services to people with disabilities. Our members serve over 50,000 Indiana citizens annually and employ nearly 15,000 workers. For over 40 years, INARF has maintained positive work relationships with governmental agencies responsible for human service programs, promoted networking and professional development opportunities for members, and provided leadership and support in the promotion of quality programs for persons with disabilities. INARF is committed to strengthening the system of services and supports for Hoosiers with disabilities.
The Autism Society of Indiana is the leader in the promotion of awareness and knowledge of autism through education, advocacy, information, and service referrals. ASI is a leading resource in Indiana for connecting people who live with autism, and those who care about them, with resources, support, advocacy and information tailored to their unique needs. ASI strives to create communities throughout the state in which people on the autism spectrum and their families are empowered, supported and fully embraced by their community.
Oaklawn provides mental health and addiction treatment for children, adolescents and adults in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties. Our specialized services range from skills training and case management to outpatient therapy and inpatient care.
There are 19 area conferences within Mennonite Church USA. Area conferences allow local congregations to pool their resources giving them the ability to do more together as a community than by themselves. Area Conferences are made up of local congregations. Across the denomination there are approximately 70,000 adult members participating in those congregations.
Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference is a community of about 60 congregations in Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky. We are gathered together for mutual encouragement in kingdom mission and inspiration to joyfully follow Jesus. We are a conference of Mennonite Church USA and accept biblical faith as expressed in the stream of Anabaptist Mennonite documents including Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective.
Central District Conference is an affiliation of 41 congregations from Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Georgia and Virginia. Eleven of our congregations are also affiliated with Illinois Mennonite Conference, Indiana-Michigan Mennonite Conference and Ohio Conference of Mennonite Church USA. Two of our congregations are affiliated with the Church of the Brethren. In addition, we currently have one New Faith Communities: Asian Mennonite Community Church located in Lombard, Illinois.
Mennonite Health Services (MHS) is a not-for-profit organization that supports Mennonite and other Anabaptist faith-grounded health and human service providers in their leadership and strategic direction. We work to expand the capacity of our members, and to help them refine and enhance organizational performance in relationship to their values. To meet these goals, we provide resources and values-based consulting services to members and other not-for-profit, faith-grounded organizations.
The Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS) Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS) provides services for individuals with developmental disabilities that enable them to live as independently as possible in their communities. BDDS assists individuals in receiving community supports and residential services using a person-centered plan to help determine which services are needed and who can best provide them. BDDS also monitors the quality of care and the facilities of those who are approved to provide these services in Indiana.
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