Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks

Representing the 5th District of Indiana
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State of Indiana COVID-19 Info

Please click here for more information on Indiana's Back on Track Plan: https://backontrack.in.gov/


Indiana Rental Assistance Portal

 Renters living in Marion County should visit: www.indyrent.org


More Information from the State of Indiana:

  • For the latest and most up-to-date information on the number of confirmed cases, deaths and total tested, please visit https://www.in.gov/coronavirus/

  • If you have general questions pertaining to the novel coronavirus, check the ISDH website www.StateHealth.in.gov or call the Indiana COVID-19 Call Center toll free number at 877-826-0011.  Press 1 for general questions.  Press 2 if you are a healthcare provider.
  • The Office of Indiana’s Attorney General is urging Hoosiers to go online to report price gouging and charity scams to the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Indiana Attorney General. Consumers who need additional information regarding the Office’s Consumer Protection Division are encouraged to call 1-800-382-5516 or visit the website at https://www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/3523.htm
For Businesses needing PPE: Free PPE Resource from State of Indiana

The Indiana Small Business Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Marketplace is now open. If your business needs PPE for your reopening plans, follow the link below for access to the State of Indiana's stockpile. This is a FREE resource for our business community as a part of Governor Holcomb's Back on Track Indiana Plan.
https://appengine.egov.com/apps/in/ppemarketplace

Unemployment Insurance Benefits

The Indiana Department of Workforce Development is reminding Hoosiers that applications for unemployment insurance benefits can be completed electronically. Hoosiers can apply on a computer or smart phone. For more information on unemployment insurance, visit Unemployment.IN.gov.

 


  • Indiana 211 now integrated with FSSA

    Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced Indiana’s statewide community resource referral agency, Indiana 211, is now part of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. The change, which was part of Gov. Holcomb’s 2020 Next Level agenda and unanimously approved by the Indiana General Assembly during its 2020 session, will make it easier for Hoosiers to navigate the significant amount of state and community services available to support their overall health and well-being.

    “By connecting the resources of FSSA with the versatility of Indiana 211, we can offer Hoosiers great government service,” Gov. Holcomb said. “We will connect them with what they need, when they need it with this 24 hours a day, seven days a week hotline.”

    Indiana 211 is a free service that connects Hoosiers with assistance and answers from thousands of health and human service resources – quickly, easily and confidentially.

    Indiana 211 and FSSA will be able to more efficiently aid Hoosiers in need by providing a one-stop shop for community and state services. When they dial 2-1-1, Hoosiers are connected to an experienced, responsive and compassionate team of community navigators who are skilled at identifying needs and providing referrals that best meet those needs.

    “Along with Governor Holcomb and the Indiana General Assembly, Indiana’s United Ways and the Indiana 211 Partnership have been great partners in making this vision become a reality,” said Jennifer Sullivan, M.D., M.P.H., FSSA secretary. “It is the ultimate goal of all involved to support Hoosiers’ overall health and well-being. They need a simple front door to walk through to receive any service or program we offer without delay – and if we don’t offer it, a way to be connected to it.”

    Indiana 211 and FSSA already have a history of joint success, through programs such as the partnership with OpenBeds, which was part of Gov. Holcomb’s 2018 Next Level agenda and has to date has connected over 1,400 Hoosiers with drug treatment and community services. The organizations have also partnered on operating suicide prevention and Adult Protective Services hotlines, and will be introducing new services related to helping Hoosiers recover from the COVID-19 pandemic in the near future.