COVID-19 Community Resources

Want to Help? Here's How!
Many residents in Cass County will struggle to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak -- struggling more than they already do. Invest in your community right now to help it thrive! Donate here!
Apply for Funding

The United Way of Cass County has established a COVID-19 Relief Fund to assist Cass County organizations that provide basic needs and other essential emergency relief for people in Cass County. We are able to do this through generous donations from NIPSCO, Horizon Bank, Martin's Super Markets, Truist, individual donors as well as receiving a $225,000 COVID-19 Economic Relief Grant, made possible through a partnership between Lilly Endowment, Inc. and Indiana United Ways. A committee will review applications for grants each week (as needed) during the recovery period. Priorities for these grants will be for United Way Partner Agencies, as well as other Non-Profits, schools or other public entities able to receive tax-deductible contributions who are meeting basic needs for residents in Cass County Indiana. To apply for funding for those affected by COVID-19, Apply Here.

VITA Tax Preparation 
The IRS tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15th. You can call our office, 753-3533, to make an appointment through July 8th to have basic taxes done. This is for low income, elderly, disabled and Veterans. You can also utilize the FREE online tax service to do your taxes yourself at
Hotline to help business and industry with Stay-at-Home Order
Indiana will open a call center to field industry questions about Governor Eric J. Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08, which provides for essential and non-essential business operations, infrastructure and government functions while the state observes a stay-at-home order.
This center, reachable by calling 877-820-0890 or by emailing, is for business and industry questions only.
Coronavirus Community Resources
The following is a list of information about COVID-19 and the community resources that you can rely on in this time of crisis.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD) has made online filing for unemployment available electronically. Hoosiers can apply on a computer or smart phone by visiting business owners can apply for low-interest disaster loans through the Small Business Administration. The loans can help businesses keep employees on the payroll and pay off obligated debt during the COVID-19 outbreak. More information can be found at
Local Schools 
Below is the link for each school corporation with information about schoolwork, ideas for students and parents to cope with the crisis, dates, cancellations and food services.
The ​Salvation Army:Meals to go Monday thru Friday 11:30am-12:30pm
Groceries Thursdays 9:00am -11:00am by appointment
Financial assistance by phone calls (574-722-1929) from 9:00am - 1:00pm or email:
Cass County Council on Aging: 
Transportation through Cass Area Transit, 574-722-2424
Emmaus Mission Center:
Drive thru services only: Bags of groceries will be available:
11:00 am-1:00 pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday
4:00 pm-6:00pm Wednesday
19 W. Richardville Street
Please enter from Water Street exit Richardville 
Trinity Episcopal Church
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, 3:00pm-5:30pm
Clark Miller, 574-601-9875
319 7th Street, Logansport
Trinity Lutheran Church
Monday-Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm; closed Thursdays
Sandy Homburg or Rev. Dave Smith, 574-753-4786
97 E. Market Street, Logansport
Logansport Church of the Brethren
By appointment
Aaron Gross, 574-753-6841
2405 Shadowlawn Drive, Logansport
Royal Center United Methodist Church
2nd Tuesday 9-11am, By appointment
Mae Stover, 574-725-5368
204 S. Market St, Royal Center
Recovery Resources
If you are in search of 12-step meetings and other online resources, check out Unity Recovery and In The Rooms for vitual meetings. Unity Recovery has meetings 7 days a week at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, and 9pm.