More information can be found here The Mission of Help Over Hurdles Help Over Hurdles is a non-profit that responds to the needs of Direct Support Professionals with compassion, advocacy, and financial assistance. Our Objective Support up to 20 Direct Support Providers with financial assistance each year Provide education on financial stability Eliminate allegations of abuse, neglect, exploitation and mistreatment toward people served as a result of direct support provider stress Our Key to Success A key to success for Help Over Hurdles is to ensure ongoing education is offered regarding successful support models, so Help Over Hurdles does not become a path of repeated assistance, but an avenue to recognizing that help through the organization is a road to stability and strengthening the profession as a whole.
From Covering Kids & Families of Indiana Newsletter 3.4.21 Following a busy close to the first half of the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers have returned to the Indiana Statehouse to continue debate and discussion on proposed legislation. Several key pieces of legislation impacting healthcare coverage survived the first half, including: Senate Bill 51 - Would expand reimbursable Medicaid services for schools, potentially returning millions of dollars in funding to Indiana schools. Senate Bill 233 and House Bill 1009 - Seeks to TANF eligibility and benefits, which have not been adjusted since the 1980s. Senate Bill 3 and House Bill 1286 - Removes provider barriers for telehealth services, clarifies language and expands available services. Senate Bill 19 - Adds suicide prevention and human trafficking hotline information to the back of middle and high school student ID cards. Senate Bill 1127 - Would improve mental health and addictions services while protecting Medicai