Center for Responsible Thinking 

​Based on pre- and post-testing.

Alternative School 

​Based on credits achieved



Residential Programs

Based on achievement of treatment goals


Jazzin' Up January is Lifeline's Jazz Dinner fundraiser. This incredible evening will be hosted at The Grand Wayne Center, complete with incredible music and food, Governor Pence and the First Lady will be guest speakers, plus a panel discussion featuring Senator Merritt, John Sampson and Mark Terrell.

Fish with the Pros

Family Summit

"Fish with the Pros" are a series of annual fundraising events run by Lifeline Youth & Family Services. The events take place during a weekend in the summer or fall in a variety of different locations. Guests have the opportunity to fish with an expert during the day, experience good food and fellowship at night, and learn about the mission and ministry of Lifeline.

Lifeline Youth And Family Services in Indiana: home-based counseling in Indiana & residential treatment for teens in Indiana

*Program outcomes/success rates updated annually


Project Incentive 

​Based on age appropriate developmental checklist


Home Based Services

​Based on number of families intact and the number of treatment goals achieved




Jazzin' Up January

Planking Challenge

Backpack Roundup

Project wishlist

Do you have a teenager or know someone who does? Do you work with teenagers? Are you excited, anxious, or motivated about your journey with a teenager? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we invite you to join us at first annual Family Summit. Keynote Speaker at the October 2016 event is Mark Gregston - popular radio host of Parenting Today’s Teenswhich is heard on over 1,500 radio stations throughout North America.

Lifeline Youth & Family Services and Crosswinds are challenging all staff and their friends & family to join the 25-Day Plank Challenge! Starting March 1st. 

One of the ways we make sure Lifeline's children feel loved at Christmas time is for them to receive that special gift they've been hoping for. Kids literally fill out "wish lists" that we share with those in the community through churches or other organizations.

 Changing Hearts and Bringing Hope

Each year as children go back to school, Lifeline hosts a "Backpack" roundup. This ensures that all of the children in the Brookmill Court community and surrounding area have the necessary supplies for their upcoming school year.