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 Jay County Resources
It is the nation’s largest veterans service organization, committed to mentoring and sponsorship of youth programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting a strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow servicemembers and veterans
118 West Commerce Street, Dunkirk, IN 47336-1292 (765) 768-6281
 National Service Officers function as attorneys-in-fact, assisting veterans and their families in filing claims for VA disability compensation and pension; vocational rehabilitation and employment; education; home loan guaranty; life insurance; death benefits; health care and much more. They provide free services, such as information seminars, counseling and community outreach. NSOs also represent veterans and active duty military personnel before Discharge Review Boards, Boards for Correction of Military Records, Physical Evaluation Boards and other official panels.
33 Blaine Pike, Portland, IN 47371 (260) 726-8404
DUNKIRK COMMUNITY CONCERNS & FOOD PANTRY
Hours of Operation: Thursday 1pm- 3pm
10347 W 400 S
Dunkirk, IN 47336-9495 (765) 768-7219
Elks create and participate in many programs to better their communities and demonstrate that Elks Care - Elks Share! Programs such as: Scholorships, Americanism, Hoop Shoot, Drug Awareness, Youth Activities, Veteran Programs, Community Investment Programs
126 West High Street, Portland, IN 47371-1822 (260) 726-8585
HELPING HAND FOOD BANK
 Hours: Monday - Friday 9am-2pm
521 S Wayne St
Portland, IN 47371
(260) 726-9318
 We are committed to strengthening the health and social interaction of our community’s families through sports, recreation, and fitness.
115 East Water Street Portland  Indiana   47371 
JAYLAND HOMELESS SHELTER
 
119 East North Street, Portland, IN 47371-1405 (260) 726-2164
JRDS is a private non-profit community social service agency serving people with special needs.  Community based programs include community independence, community sheltered employment, community employment services, group homes, Home & Community elderly or disabled services, semi-independent services, habilitation training, and early intervention services.  Center based programs include basic life skills and sheltered employment.
901 E. Water Street
Portland, IN 47371
260-726-7931
JAYLAND ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS
Serves as an advocate organization for the mentally retarded population of Jay County from birth to adult.
1104 South Massachusetts Avenue
Portland, IN 47371
(219) 726-9835
NORTH MERIDIAN UNITED METHODIST
Hours: Wednesday 9:30 am-10;30 am
122 West Main Street, Redkey, IN 47373 (765) 369-2085
PREGNANCY CENTER OF JAY COUNTY
charitable organization whose primary objective is to assist those concerned about pregnancy
216 South Meridian Street Portland, IN 47371-2115 
(260) 726-8636
SALVATION ARMY OF JAY COUNTY
Provides local welfare and emergency assistance, homeless assistance, disaster services, and alcohol/drug rehabilitation. Also sponsors League of Mercy (Friendly Visiting Program).
1013 South 13th Street, Decatur, IN 46733-1807 (260) 724-7381
United Way of Jay County, Inc. is a charitable nonprofit organization.
302 North Meridian Street, Portland, IN 47371-1906 (260) 726-7010
The Youth Service Bureau was established in 1979, to provide emergency shelter care for abused and neglected children in our region.  the office hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm.  We are however available for you to contact 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
603 West Arch Street
Portland, Indiana 47371
(260) 726-8520
 

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