Information Resources: PURPOSEConducting meaningful daily activities, such as job, school, volunteerism, family.
Education helps individuals in so many ways. Besides improving career opportunities, it helps people find purpose and build new social networks. Social capital is a big part of a person’s recovery capital. We are honored to help recoverees find or improve their purpose and social capital with the Indiana Recovery Network and Ivy Tech.
Sue Ellspermann, PhD
President, Ivy Tech Community College
Education is the key to an in-demand, high-paying career. Ivy Tech Community College is Indiana's Community College, and here to help you succeed.
Your educational journey starts here.
The Workforce Ready Grant gives Hoosiers an opportunity to remove financial barriers that can prevent them from receiving the training they need to obtain a Next Level Job and thrive in today's economy.
Learn more about scholarships, grants and financial aid.
You've made amazing changes in your life, and you're on the road to recovery. Maybe what you're looking for now is a group of peers who understand what it's like to travel that road while in college. The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at IUPUI is your chance to connect with fellow Jags and be supported while you maintain your recovery.
The overall goal of the CRC is a simple one: provide social support and a referral network with access to community resources, regardless of whether you are recovering from substance abuse, behavioral addictions such as gambling or sex, or something else altogether.
To find out how to apply for admission, read the descriptions of the types of applicants and determine which category you fit into.
Use these resources and applications to help you make healthy choices, stay informed, and access self-help tools.
From admissions requirements and majors to campus life and financial aid, we're here to help you find the information needed to get started.
Everything you need to know to join the Notre Dame family.
Applying to college is an important step toward your future — and we're here to help. From admissions requirements and a list of majors to info on housing and financial aid — you'll find it all here.
With more than 100 academic programs, small class sizes, and a close connection to the Indianapolis community, UIndy offers the perfect setting for you to meet the future you.
Through the Indiana College Network, or ICN, Indiana colleges and universities work together, to help you learn about and enroll in the wide range of programs and courses available at a distance.
Hope Academy is a life-changing option for students and families.
The Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE) is the only association exclusively representing collegiate recovery programs (CRPs) and collegiate recovery communities (CRCs), the faculty and staff who support them, and the students who represent them. ARHE provides the education, resources, and community connection needed to help change the trajectory of recovering student’s lives. We are a network of professionals, administrators, faculty, staff, students, parents and policy makers.
Indiana Adult Education programs provide math, reading, and writing instruction free of charge to help you acquire the skills needed to earn a high school equivalency diploma, go to college, or enter an entry-level occupational certification program.
Indiana Workforce Recovery
In February 2018, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Wellness Council of Indiana announced the Indiana Workforce Recovery initiative, a strategic partnership with Gov. Eric Holcomb and his administration to combat the opioid epidemic.
The mission of the initiative is to empower the business community to play a lead role by educating and guiding employers through the steps they can take to help their workers. Indiana Workforce Recovery is also focused on helping Hoosier businesses meet their workforce needs and effectively engage a drug-free workforce in recovery.
For Job Seekers:
The Workforce Ready Grant is designed to remove financial barriers that may prevent Hoosiers from getting the training they need for a job in one of Indiana's 5 high-demand fields. The grant pays for all tuition and regularly assessed fees for qualifying high-value certificates.
Visit Indiana Career Connect (ICC) to search over 90,000 available job opportunities throughout Indiana. ICC is a free service offered to you that benefits both employers and job seekers.
INDIANACAREERREADY can connect you to resources designed to assist job seekers with backgrounds to become gainfully employed. The HIRE Program is a cooperative effort between the Department of Workforce Development, Department of Corrections, Indiana employers and the public safety community to provide incarcerated and/or discharged Hoosiers with job readiness training and placement.
Indiana Legal Services, Inc. (ILS) is a nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income residents throughout the state of Indiana.