Pulaski County Resources

Local Grant Funding

Read about the Pulaski County Care Fund for CoViD-19 response efforts in Pulaski County from the Community Foundation of Pulaski County here

Pulaski County Human Services offices will remain open and render whatever services they can by appointment. They will also continue to operate the Food Pantry throughout this time; however, they will be transitioning to a “drive-through” model until further notice to eliminate face-to-face contact for staff, volunteers, and clients.

Drive through pantry open week days 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Both the Von Tobel and Westside Centers senior centers will be closed for 3-4 weeks. Senior Nutrition participants will be provided with alternative meals during this time. Seniors enrolled in the nutrition program will be contacted regarding this option.

Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry is available to residents of Pulaski County.

* Located at Winamac Nazarene Church (next to the hospital)
* Open Wednesdays 1:30-6:00
* Curb side service only
* We provide prepacked boxes of non perishable items
* Our “car hops” watch for folks then greet them at their vehicles to take their order of perishable items such as meat choice, eggs, cheese, and fresh produce when available.
* Proof of income is not required.
If there is a need, we want to help.

West Central Schools is currently feeding about 300 kids: Phone: 219.567.9161
117 E. Montgomery St. Francesville

Eastern Pulaski Schools is currently feeding about 200 kids Phone: 574.946.4010
711 School Drive, Winamac

Both school are working to increase the amount of food available and the number of children they can feed.

Domestic violence and sexual assault — North Central Indiana Rural Crisis Center

The mission of the Crisis Center is to help end Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in Jasper, Newton and Pulaski counties by providing emergency temporary shelter and services to victims and children of domestic violence and/or sexual assault through education, advocacy, and community intervention.

Services Provided
Shelter, support and advocacy for people experiencing Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault by phone

Eligibility Requirements
We primarily serve Jasper, Newton and Pulaski counties but we can always provide referrals to survivors in other counties. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, age or handicap.
Office Hours
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In office Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Crisis Center 219.866.8825
Business Line 219.866.8281
toll free 1.800.933.0374


Arrowhead country public transit is providing limited services at this time but can still be reached at 574.946.7271


WorkOne: can provide guidance on unemployment benefits.
Winamac 574.946.6300 ext. 1901
Knox 574.772.6882 Kristi ext. 1671 or Amanda ext. 1670
Talk and/or Text – Knox and Winamac 574.330.0545

Free Wifi

• Winamac library
• Medaryville at the West Side Center
• Winamac town park
• Good oil in Winamac
• Francesville-Salem Township Public Library

More information on resources in Francesville

Pulaski County Public Library Coronavirus Response

Even though the library is closed, we are still working for you!

Indiana’s Stay-at-Home order has been extended through April 20th. The library will remain closed for the duration of this order.

Staff members have been reaching out to regular library patrons, participating in virtual training sessions, and putting together always-accessible digital resources.

The library has also been coordinating with other local organizations, from helping the Pulaski County Health Department get the word out about needed items, to loaning iPads to the hospital so that patients can keep in touch with loved ones.

No books or other items will be due until the library resumes normal services. You do not need to renew your materials: we are not charging late fees at this time.

Our book drops are currently closed: please hold on to your items for now!

Learn about all the ways we have expanded the offerings of our digital services here

Individual tax returns are now not due until July 15th. Learn about the tax changes and find tax forms here.

Veteran’s services

If you know or are a veteran who has been other than dishonorably discharged and is facing homelessness or is currently homeless, Supportive Services for Veteran Families just might be about to help.

Through Brightpoint’s SSVF program, we can help :
• Locate and secure stable housing for you and your family
• Provide rental assistance, security and utility deposits, and help with other housing-related costs
• Assist you in obtaining VA benefits, such as vocational and rehabilitation counseling, employment and training services, and education benefits
• Provide support and resources in many of life’s difficult situations

For more information about how SSVF can help you and your family, give Jon Robb a call at 260.423.3546, ext. 332 ( message phone only) and leave detailed message for SSVF to follow up.
Agencies can email directly if there are issues calling the message line.

Phone service

To ensure that we continue to provide youth and families with the highest quality of services possible during the COVID-19 health emergency, DMHA would like to share a few mobile phone resources that may be available to you.

Click on the links below to learn more about how each mobile phone company is responding to this health crisis. The response at each company is different and ranges from unlimited/increased data, low cost phone plans and other features that can help you connect virtually with youth and families.


Four County Counseling Center

Outpatient Appointments
All appointments are currently being offered through phone and tele-health options as part of Covid-19 response. If you are wanting to make a new appointment, call 574 722-5151. Your first appointment will be by phone. If you are a current client, your upcoming appointment time and date is unchanged and your provider will call you at that time.

If you have an upcoming scheduled injection appointment and you answer Yes to any of the below please call ahead to talk with the Nurse about rescheduling and other options.
Do you have a new cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, or fever within that last 14 days?

Have you traveled to overseas in the last 14 days?
Have you had close contact with anyone confirmed or testing currently for Covid-19?

If you are experiencing recent onset illness and have questions on what to do. Please contact your primary care physician or local health department or hospital. Information regarding Covid-19 can be found at the following websites: