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ALANON
Phone: 888-425-2666
Service: Provides a support group for individuals who have been affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug problem. Members learn to cope with their problems through group discussions, individual support, and social events.

ALA-TEEN (Teen Alcoholic Support Group)
Phone: 888-425-2666
Service: Provides a support group for young people 12 and over who have an alcoholic parent. Members learn to cope with their problems through group discussions, individual support, and social events.

Alcoholics Anonymous
Phone: 888-425-2666
Service: Provides a support group for alcoholics. Members learn to cope with their problems through group discussions, individual support, and social events.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Network
Phone: 765-737-6430
Service: Provides information and education about fetal alcohol syndrome and networks new parents of children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (F.A.S.) or Fetal Alcohol Effect (F.A.E.) with parents who have had more experience. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Network is a grassroots organization of people who care for or have an interest in persons who have F.A.S. or F.A.E.

The Lamb Center – Terre Haute Regional Hospital
Phone: 812-232-0021

American Cancer Society
Phone: 317-344-7800 or 800-227-2345
Local Terre Haute Contact: Rachel Romas 812-243-6541
5635 W. 96th, Street Suite 100 Indianapolis, In. 46278
Service: Works to eliminate cancer as a major health problem through prevention and to diminish suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service. Provides rehabilitation programs, wigs, and durable medical equipment on a case-by-case basis. Also offers support groups and visitation programs for individuals with cancer and their loved ones.

American Diabetes Association
8604 Allisonville, Road Suite 140, Indianapolis, IN.  46250
Phone: 317-352-9226 or 888-342-2383 
Contact: Carol Dixon, Director of Programs
Service: Works to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. Provides programs of research, public awareness, patient and professional education, youth services, and Camp John Warvel for children with insulin dependent disabilities.

American Lung Association
115 W. Washington, St. Suite 1180S  Indianapolis, In. 46204
Phone: 800-586-4872
Contact: Alison Martin , Executive Director
Service: Works to prevent lung disease and to promote lung health through education, advocacy, community service, and research. Provides information, literature, and support groups that help chronic lung disease patients and their families learn more about and cope with the disease. Also offers smoking cessation programs, maintains a film library, and maintains a speakers’ bureau in order to promote lung health.