Shelbyville High School
Kathleen Miltz, Principal
2003 South Miller Street
Shelbyville, IN 46176
The Shelby County Youth Assistance Program is a voluntary program for children and their families, focusing on preventative services. Children will be referred by school counselors, law enforcement, or other agencies to receive prevention services rather than discipline or adjudication. Youth are evaluated and referred for services based on eligibility and need. Inclusive criteria includes Shelby County residency, between ages 3 and 17 at the time of referral, and determination of “at risk” by being:
If you would like your student to be a part of this program, please contact their school counselor for a referral.
Our goal is to ensure that all families have access to affordable healthcare. CKF partners with schools, hospitals, clinics and various other community programs to assist children and families with their health insurance needs. Community outreach workers are assigned to areas within Marion County and the seven surrounding counties (Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Morgan and Shelby).
Connect2Help 211’s mission is to facilitate connections between people who need human services and those who provide them. Connect2Help 211 serves solely to promote self-sufficiency, change lives and, as a result, improve the quality of life in our communities. Visit their website or call 2-1-1 or (317) 926-4357 to find help in areas such as Health Insurance and Expense Assistance, Food, Clothing and Household Items, Housing and Utilities, Mental Health Services, Support Groups, etc.
Families United for Support and Encouragement (FUSE): FUSE provides information, resources and support to Indiana families raising children with special needs. When families first learn that their child has a disability or a special health care need, they often don’t know where to turn. FUSE serves as a handbook that guides families to information and resources that make the challenge of parenting a child with special needs a little easier. They offer training sessions, Q&A meetings, and seasonal social functions, so families have a variety of ways to get involved. Families can participate in any of those ways, or they can just receive the newsletter to stay on top of current disability news and information.
Healthy Shelby County is a coalition of persons throughout the county who are invested in improving the health of our residents. Their website offers a listing of community resources for medical, mental health/counseling, social support services, and more.