Crooked Creek Multi Service Center was established in 1987 as one of 13 human services agencies under the Community Centers of Indianapolis (CCI) umbrella. A small staff provided services to low and moderate income families from their "little white house" on Township Line Road until purchasing the concrete block building at 71st and Michigan that was the former Steak 'n Shake training center.
Services have continued to expand to meet the growing needs of a highly diverse and growing community. After undergoing a major renovation and expansion, programs today serve citizens of all ages-from toddlers-seniors. The center continues to grow and meet the needs of various demographics.
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.
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center is the model provider of human services in Central Indiana valued by its clients and community for its responsiveness, collaboration, compassion, creativity, and commitment to improving the human condition.
Our Core Values
Creativity—Innovation, creativity, and experimentation are essential to solving intractable problems.
Access—Neighborhood-based human services allow the greatest access, best response and most cost effective way to serve the disadvantaged.
Partnership—Collaboration is essential in fulfilling our mission.
Accountability—The Center is responsive and accountable to our community and stakeholders.
Service—The expressed needs of the poor and vulnerable must be part of any effort to improve the community's quality of life.
Our Service Area
Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center is the nothern most center in the Indianapolis area. In general, we serve residents living between I-465 on the North and West, 38th Street to the South and Spring Mill/White River to the East.
The Family Campus
A Place for Everyone
The center has adopted the model “Family Campus” which will focus toward improving the quality of life of clients from cradle to Recycled Teenager (infant to senior) through programs that promote intergenerational engagement, health, diversity, and programs for all ages.
The Family Campus model will provide dual language curriculum for the childcare, Spanish as a second language for adults, and diversity fairs for the community. FBGNC will continue to focus on improving current programs as well as increasing the number of participants within the Center. Our goal is to engage in relationships with organizations within the Crooked Creek area to provide an improved quality of life for all residents. Finally, the FGBNC will increase the capacity of the Center to deliver programs and services to meet the needs of the community that are directly related through resident engagement efforts.