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We meet folks where they are at in their journey through life.
We provide individualized, person-centered support.
We are judgment free!


Case Management

Case management provides individuals with ongoing support to maximize their quality of life and wellbeing. Through one-on-one meetings with a case manager, individuals will receive help identifying, accessing, and receiving supports and services. These can include transportation, employment, housing, and other resources.







Recovery/Peer Recovery

We recognize that addiction and recovery can be challenging to manage on one's own. At Families Forever, individuals can meet with a trained staff member for help with substance use and sobriety. We provide assessments and recommendations regarding substance use and treatment, ongoing support through individualized meetings, and peer-recovery coaching. Peer recovery coaching is led by a person with lived substance use experience, who has been sober for at least 2 years, and has specialized training around recovery. In addition, Families Forever provides individuals with access to 12-step programs that are conducted at our main location: 1708 23rd Street, Bedford, IN, United States, Indiana.


First begun by the United Way of South Central Indiana, we are pleased to collaborate with our local school districts to provide mentoring to our young ladies in Lawrence County. Through education, group conversations, and social activities, young ladies learn from women in their own community strategies to success. In the future, we hope to extend this program to our young men as well!



Truancy Prevention
We understand that having a little extra help can be important when you are struggling to get everything done, especially when you have a family. This is the first year of our truancy prevention initiative. Through this program, we are working with the local school districts to identify children who have difficulty getting to school each day. By working with schools and families, we are able to remove barriers and provide support at the family level so that kids can get to school and stay in school. 

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