Indiana Resources

This page has information specific to this state, including contact information for federal and state agencies, and some key information about laws and consumer protections.

To find financial assistance resources, please visit CancerFinances.org.

Click here for information about laws specific to Indiana.


Disability Insurance

Federal Disability Insurance (SSDI & SSI)
Social Security Administration

Find your local SSA office

More Disability Resources


How to File Bankruptcy in Indiana for Free

Filing bankruptcy can be an effective way to eliminate medical bills and credit card debt among other kinds of erasable debts.


Federal Fair Employment Agency
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Reasonable Accommodations
Job Accommodation Network

Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
U.S. Department of Labor
Wage & Hour Division

State Fair Employment Agency
Indiana Civil Rights Commission

State Health Care Coverage Facts
Georgetown University Health Policy Institute

Vocational Rehabilitation
Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS)

More Employment Resources

Unemployment Resources

Unemployment Agency
Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Agency: Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Information available here. File here. Payment should be expected about three weeks after filing if a claimant is eligible. Click here to see the current weekly benefit amount and the maximum length of benefits. Payment is available via debit card or direct deposit. After the fourth week of benefits, an in-person visit to a WorkOne job center is required. There is a comprehensive guidebook available here.  Other resources for unemployed people are available here.  Frequently asked questions are answered here. Customer service can be reached by email: AskUIContactCenter@dwd.IN.gov or by phone: 800-457-8283. Video tutorials on how to apply can be found here.

Updates related to Indiana unemployment benefits and Covid-19.

State Clinical Trials Law

The ACA requires that most, non-grandfathered, group health plans provide coverage for the routine costs when participating in clinical trials. Some states have more consumer protections. Click here for more information about clinical trials.

IC 5-10- 8-15 (public employee plan); IC 27-8- 25-8 (private ins.) – State employee health plan, the state Medicaid program, a policy of accident and sicknessinsurance and a HMO contract must cover routine care costs associated with clinical trials. Covers Phase I,II, II or IV clinical trials that conducted to prevent, diagnose or treat cancer as approved or funded by (1) the NIH, (2) a cooperative group of research facilities that has an established peer review program that is approved by an NIH institute or Center, (3) US Food and Drug Administration, (4) US Dept of Defense, (5) US Dept of Veteran Affairs, (6) The Institutional Review Board of an institution in Indiana that has a multiple project assurance contract approved by the NIH Office for Protection from Research Risks and (7) a qualified research entity that meets the criteria for NIH Center support grant eligibility. (Current as of 7/2011)

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