TRI-CAP was founded in 1966 to serve the low-income populations of Dubois, Pike, and Warrick counties in Indiana. The primary objective is to address the unmet service needs of the area. TRI-CAP is funded through a combination of state, federal, and local resources.
A fifteen member Board of Directors representing low-income clients, the private sector, and public officials oversee TRI-CAP. Policy and advisory councils are made up of local volunteers that guide the programs offered by TRI-CAP.
How to reach TRI-CAP during Indiana’s Executive Order #20-08
Our TRI-CAP staff members have been working diligently to continue serving our clients and have found alternative ways to serve our clients without being physically face-to-face through this COVID-19 pandemic and have restricted access to our facilities to anyone other than staff. We have been in constant communications with our clients thus far and continue to provide the individual care that each person needs.
In compliance with Indiana’s Stay at Home Executive Order #20-08, our staff will no longer be on site through the duration of the statewide Executive Order.
Our phones will continue to be answered through 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
Beginning, Wednesday, March 25, 2020 our phone lines will only be able to receive messages that will be checked daily. If you prefer to reach us via email, you may contact our Director Team for these services and they will refer your inquiry to the applicable staff member to assist you.
Neil Elkins, TRI-CAP Housing Services Director, firstname.lastname@example.org (Utility, Weatherization, and Housing programs, etc.)
Deb Capps, TRI-CAP Health Services Director, email@example.com (Healthcare navigation, Family Planning, and Breast Cancer services.)
Nikki Lasher, Family and Community Partnerships Director, firstname.lastname@example.org (Healthy Families, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program.)