Flanner House of Indianapolis Inc
Open Door To The Community
To support, advocate for and empower individuals, children and families by applying educational, social and economic resources that move members of the community towards stabilization, and self-sufficiency.
Brandon D Cosby
Mrs. Debra White
2424 DR MARTIN LUTHER KING ST
INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46208 USA
Child & Youth Center, Health & Wellness, Food Justice, Community Asset Development.
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Health & Wellness
Our commitment to health and wellness is rooted in our mission to help our community become self-sufficient and self-reliant. That journey to independence begins with a strong foundation of health and wellness that includes, but not limited to access to quality health care, medical screenings, access to healthy food options, and meaningful social service options who operate through a lens of trauma-informed care. Our approach is anchored in a comprehensive self-directed care/wellness lens that honors our historic tradition of one of the first neighborhood wellness service providers in the country
Child & Youth Development
All young children deserve a high quality early education. Flanner House Child Development Center provides a quality, developmentally appropriate, child care environment. Children can learn, grow and explore, supervised by caring and professionally trained adults. Flanner House is a partner in the progress of developing and maintaining quality environments which are accessible and affordable for young children and their families. Programs and activities which equip children to become engaged learners and strong leaders are provided daily for children ages 1-5. Flanner House Child Development Center is a center where children can learn AND have fun while achieving age appropriate skills that will promote personal and academic success.
Children and youth (0-19 years)
The Flanner House Food Justice initiatives seek to rebirth and maintain our long tradition of providing equitable food access to marginalized communities in the largest food desert in Indianapolis. Food Justice is the belief that everyone in our community should have access to healthy, affordable, culturally appropriate and locally grown food. We envision a food system on the northwest side with the capacity to address the food insecurity and access needs of all residents in our service area and beyond.
Flanner House of Indianapolis serves to be a networking resource for strengthening the economy, building the workforce and enhancing the quality of life of all current and future residents of the Northwest Area of Indianapolis...
Community Asset Development
Development is not just making physical improvements to the properties in our neighborhood. Sustainable Development starts with elevating the physical, intellectual and emotional well-being of the community. We focus our work on an asset based approach to human services and development that places people over property. Community asset development emphasizes development of the whole family and community at large.
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National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) - 5 Year Accreditation
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