Our Mission
To promote civic, social, and personal responsibility in the Crooked Creek service area by providing quality services that enhance the lives of individuals and families. 

Community Resources

Washington Township High School Equivalency Program

English Language Acquisition 

Provides all ages with High School Equivalency test preparation, college entry preparation, reading and writing skills courses, and literacy instruction courses. The Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center hosts Washington Township's High School Equivalency program for this area.
Courses are offered Monday and Wednesday 9am-3pm.
For more information and to enroll contact Washington Township Continuing Education  and Adult Education at (317)-259-5275 or visit the FBGNC office.
English as a Second Language is a program to help non-native speakers to learn to speak the English language. 
English Language Arts classes include Basic American English courses to enhance proficiency, grammar, vocabulary, listening, writing, and reading skills.
Evening classes are offered Monday and Wednesday from 9am until 1pm.

Food Pantry

Emergency Assistance

Additional assistance is provided to families and individuals in need of emergency food throughout the month.  Participants must be currently living in Pike or Washington Township and may come once a month.
Open hours: Tuesday 12:30- 3:30pm.
Providing short-term assistance to families or individuals facing a financial crisis. Assistance includes but not limited to gas, electric bills, and rental assistance. Eligibility based on specific guidelines.

Farmer's Market

Holiday Assistance

Shop for fresh produce from local farmers and more.
Open June 7 - October 11, 2017. Every Wednesday 4:00pm- 7:00pm. For more information, contact Kyla Peyton at farmersmarket@fbgncenter.org.

Like the Crooked Creek Farmers Market Facebook page for current updates.   
During the holiday season, FBGNC helps families receive Christmas gifts. Items are collected through our Holiday Store with donations from Toys for Tots, individual families, church participants, and other organizations.

Reader's Cafe

Reader's Cafe is a book club that meets every 4th Monday of the month. Look on our Facebook page for the monthly book readings. We are open to suggestions. Don't forget to bring a friend. 
For additional information on any program, please contact the community center at 317-293-2600 or info@fbgcrookedcreek.org.