The FWHA has created a unique center for property managers and residents to get information about the programs and resources in the Fort Wayne Community. Workshops, classes, and special events are also available for more in-depth or hands-on instructions.
Every resident has resources to draw on: Government, Faith-Based, Community, and Family & Friends. Each area has limited resources, so individually their response is limited. We can help leverage and combine these resources so that you are able to get a better response.
Whether you are new to Public Housing, HCVP, Fort Wayne, or you have been around for years, there is always something of interest for you at our Resource Center. Please contact us!
The FWHA Resident Services Resource Center is located at 3005 McCormick Avenue, (near the intersection of McCormick and Slataper St.) Formerly used as the Boys and Girls Club, this Center was recently remodeled to contain a Community Room, Classrooms, Computer Lab and Kitchen for use by FWHA residents, staff and partner agencies.
John “JJ” Foster
|Ext. 7505 / [email protected]org||Social Services Manager|
|Denise Porter||Ext.7330 / [email protected]||Resident Services|
|Brenda Majors||Ext.7504 / [email protected]||Social Service Coordinator|
|Michelle Williams||Ext.7502 / [email protected]||FSS Program Coordinator ( A-F )|
|Angie Harris||Ext. 7217 / [email protected]||FSS Program Coordinator ( G-P )|
|Diveeta Kinchen||Ext. 7500 / [email protected]||FSS Program Coordinator ( Q-Z )|
|George Fields||Ext. 7331 / [email protected]||Ready to Rent Program|
HUD requires all non-exempt adult public housing residents (ages 18-62) to contribute 8 hours per month of community service (volunteer work) or participate in 8 hours per month of economic self-sufficiency activities, defined to include education, training, counseling or similar classes that can help toward self-sufficiency and economic independence.
Your attendance at on-site monthly workshops or similar events can help you complete your community service requirements while you learn more about other services in our Fort Wayne Community!
See list of workshop events here >
For Emergency Calls for Police, Fire and Ambulance CALL 911 and follow their instructions. Examples includes life threatening situations such as car accidents with injuries, robbery in progress, fire and smoke in the building and similar problems.
For social services call 211 First Call for Help
For City of Fort Wayne call 311 One Call Center
For Allen County issues call 449-7555
In Indiana, the TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE is the office of government that is responsible for emergency assistance. For all other townships not listed below, check phone numbers in telephone book or go to the website www.allencounty.us.
11321 Aboite Center Rd Fort Wayne, IN 46804
749-4162 or 493-2500
New Haven, IN 46774
6033 Maplecrest Rd Fort Wayne, IN 46835
1832 W. Wallen Rd Fort Wayne, IN 46818
320 E Superior St Fort Wayne, IN 46802
|Organization||Contact Info||Services Offered
(referrals may required for some services)
|211 / United Way of Allen County||Call 211 or
|Clearing house for most social service issues|
(CANI Community Action of NE Indiana)
|260-432-3546 www.mybrightpoint.org||Heat, childcare vouchers, budgeting & housing programs|
|Salvation Army||260-744-2311||Water assistance, back to school, Christmas baskets|
|Catholic Charities||260-422-5625||Immigration & Refugee Services|
|Lutheran Social Services||260-426-3347||Financial Literacy & Family Counseling|
|Wellspring||260-422-6618||Food and various items|
|Community Harvest||260-447-3696||Food bank and farm wagon programs|
|Associated Churches Food Bank||260-422-3528||Operates food bank system|
|Homelessness/Shelters||Call 211||See separate shelter list|
|WorkOne of Northeast Indiana||260-447-5511||Assistance to find jobs and train for employment|
Please keep your information current with us! We want to be able to contact you and keep our information up to date. If any of the below info has changed, please let us know so we can update our records.