New Albany Indiana Public Resources
New Albany Housing & Rent Statistics
Review of census and statistical information on housing in New Albany, Indiana as compiled by HomeArea.com.
Hoosier Healthwise is free or low-cost health insurance plan for pregnant women, children, and low-income working families. This plan will pay for a portion of their medical bills and health care expenses. (317) 232-4946
Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP)
HIP is a health insurance plan for uninsured Hoosier adults between the ages of 19-64. Some of the services this plan provides includes a basic commercial health care benefit package once a patient’s annual medical costs exceed $1,100. It also provides for coverage for preventive services up to $500 a year at no cost to the plan participants. This is a great plan to help pay medical bills and debt. 1-877-438-4479
A state pharmaceutical assistance program that will help pay the monthly Part D premium for seniors. Find more ways to get prescription drug assistance. 1-866-267-4679
Children's Special Health Care Services
This is a supplemental health care program that will assist Indiana families of children with chronic, serious medical conditions. It will help pay for bills and debts that are from the treatment related to their child's condition. 1-800-475-1355
Call or stop by your local Salvation Army. This non-profit charity organization can refer individuals to government aid, provide emergency rental assistance, food, money for utilities, medications, and more.
Non-profit agencies, such as the Indiana Agency on Aging, offer assistance to the elderly and people over 55. Resources include free food, medical and health care assistance, transportation, and in-home care. Seniors can even get help finding a job.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
TANF is an assistance program that provides cash grants, aid, and various supportive services to assist the Indiana family and help families become economically self-sufficient. 1-800-403-0864
Indiana Foreclosure Help and Mortgage Assistance
Locate Indiana organizations and programs that can help you with paying your mortgage. Examples of resources include mediation, moratoriums, and free counseling.
Hoosiers facing a foreclosure on their primary residence, whether immediate or in the distant future, may call a toll-free number, 877-GET-HOPE. This confidential help-line is available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily, at no cost to the consumer. All of the advice given from it is also available at no cost.
State residents can contact a food bank or pantry for groceries, free food, and other forms of non-monetary assistance.