• Community Services

  • The Madison, Indiana area is a supportive and giving community. We work together to make sure that there are services available to those in need. Madison, Indiana has a particularly strong nonprofit sector with family, community, and civic organizations that do a great deal of good. We'll highlight a few of those nonprofits here. If you can't find what you're looking for, contact us, and we'll point you in the right direction. 

     

  • Madison Indiana Community Resources jobs food clothing legal insurance counseling transportation united way house of hope utilities food pantry
  • The Clearinghouse Project helps low-income families and families living in poverty to make a positive, sustainable change in their lives and decrease their overall demand for assistance by enabling them to become self-sufficient. Whether you need assistance with counseling, utilities, food, clothing, legal assistance, or job training, the Clearinghouse can connect you to community resources through their referral service. There are many agencies working withing the Clearinghouse building at 101 East Second Street in downtown Madison:


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  • Madison Indiana Section 8 housing head start energy assistance weatherization
  • Ohio Valley Opportunities is a community action agency. They have several programs that serve the community:

    • Head Start - serves 202 low-income children & families
    • Energy Assistance - serves 2400 low-income families to assist with heating, cooling, and electricity
    • Weatherization - serving 80 homes per year to provide long-term energy cost savings
    • Housing Choice Program (Section 8) - serves 285 households with subsidies for affordable housing
    • La Casa Amiga - is a place to help Spanish speaking newcomers gain access to the services they need and become active participants of the community.
  • Click the button above to become a member and support the mission of the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce.