Resources

Student and Parent Resources

COLLEGE, CAREERS, and FINANCIAL AID


INvested Indiana
http://www.investedindiana.org
Free resource for financial aid planning. This is the organization the delivers our Financial Aid Night presentation and FAFSA Help Day.
  
Department of Education

www.doe.in.gov
Indiana specific information regarding diplomas, classes, testing, and other relevant educational issues.

Learn More Indiana
www.in.gov/learnmoreindiana
This state website contains information for parents and students regarding college and career options.

Trip to College
www.triptocollege.org 
Helpful information to keep you on track to achieving a postsecondary educaiton whether that is an advanced degree or a certification.
  
Indiana Career Explorer
www.indianacareerexplorer.com
The DOE has provided free access to the Kuder Navigator career interest inventories. Students can use this website to take these inventories, explore major and career options, and search for colleges.

SAT
sat.collegeboard.org
Register for the SAT, send scores, or take practice tests.


ACT
www.actstudent.org
Register for the ACT, send scores, or take practice tests.

NCAA Eligibility Center
http://web1.ncaa.org/ECWR2/NCAA_EMS/NCAA.jsp
This website is for any student athlete that would like to play college sports. If you plan on playing a sport, you must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Please see your coach or the guidance office for more information.

FAFSA
www.fafsa.ed.gov
Free Application for Federal Student Aid- This is the web address for the online FAFSA that needs to be submitted by March 1st (the state deadline is March 10th but several schools have a priority date of March 1st) of your senior year. Financial Aid Night and the FAFSA Help Day are great opportunities to learn more about this.

Federal Student Aid Resources for Students and Parents
https://studentaid.ed.gov/

Resources to help students and parents plan for college, understand types of financial aid, how to apply, how to avoid scams, and how to manage loans once you have graduated from college. 

Free Scholarship Search

www.fastweb.com

Scholarships.com
www.scholarships.com

Simple Tuition Resource
www.simpletuition.com

Student Scholarships
www.studentscholarships.org


MENTAL HEALTH/FAMILY SERVICES

Centerstone
http://www.centerstone.org/
Phone: 800.344.8802

Community Mental Health Center, Inc
http://www.cmhcinc.org/Home.aspx
Phone: 812. 934.4210

One Community, One Family
http://www.onecommunityonefamily.org/

There are also private practive counselors and therapists. This list is not a comprehensive list nor do we recommend any program over another. This is just a resource to help your search if mental health or family services are needed. See your counselor if you would like a list of known community resources.

Bloomington Meadows Hospital and Valle Vista Health System also offer more intensive, inpatient services.

SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENT AND EDUCATION

The attached document is a list of local and regional drug and alcohol treatment and education programs. This is not a comprehensive list nor do we recommend any one program over another but if you, a friend, your child, etc need treatment or education, this list is a place to start looking at options.

Substance Use Resources

 
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