Yes! The Dynki is open from 11:30 to 1 p.m. weekdays. There is no cost, though we kindly ask that guests leave a donation if they are able.
Older adult enrichment participants will register during their first session; thereafter, it is a drop-in program and registered participants may attend whenever they would like.
We ask for an annual membership of $20. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
Yes. The older adult enrichment program is for Southside residents who are at least 60 years of age.
Yes. Our Family Social Services Department is also available to help update your resume, apply for jobs online, and prepare for interviews.
The IndyEAP program provides financial assistance to eligible families from October-May. If you have questions, need help applying, or need additional assistance, please contact our Family Social Services Department at 317-637-4376.
It depends on several factors. Please reach out to our Family Social Services program manager, Dana Orr, at 317.637.4376 or email@example.com for more information.
No. We do not have a food pantry, but we are able to provide referrals to local resources. Please contact our Family Social Services Department.
Yes. Concord serves morning and afternoon snacks to early learning students. School-aged youth receive afternoon snacks, and lunch when school is closed. Meals are provided at no cost. Due to the CACFP contract, you may not bring your child’s lunch unless there is a documented medical reason.