Building better lives since 1987.


Transition Resources Corporation (TRC) prepares children and their parents for success at school and at home.

Enroll in a comprehensive Head Start program that includes quality early education in and out of the home, parenting education, nutrition education, and family support services.
Head Start programs available in Indiana:

  • Early Head Start (childcare for children 0 to 3 years old; services for pregnant women)
  • Early Head Start Home-Based Parenting Education (children 0 to 3 years old)
  • Head Start (preschool for children ages 3 to 5 years old)
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TRC offers a special program to support Youth in Indiana, Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG).

Career opportunities are endless when you know where to go for training and support. Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) is a school-to-career program for juniors and seniors dedicated to preventing high school dropouts.


Find and keep a home, manage money, and plan for the future.

Education is the most important component of financial success. At TRC, we offer programs and workshops on a variety of topics, from budgeting and credit to buying a home and surviving financial setbacks.

Do you want to rent or buy a home?

  • First-Time Homebuyer Program
  • Rental Education & Counseling
  • Information on Fair Housing Rights

Do you need guidance on other issues?

  • Services for People Experiencing Homelessness
  • Credit Counseling
  • Personal Financial Coaching

Do you need help paying your mortgage or tackling debt?

  • Foreclosure Prevention Programs
  • Financial Management & Budget Counseling
  • Advanced Loss Mitigation & Foreclosure Prevention
  • Debt Reduction & Delinquency Counseling
  • Mortgage Payment Assistance
  • Reverse Mortgage Counseling
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Success Story

Ebony, Indiana
A mom’s journey from chaos to serenity

Telamon Corporation - Ebony | Success Sroty in IndianaWhen Ebony found TRC Head Start, she was “all over the place,” had no organizational skills and as a mom, she was mentally absent. Heartbroken about the way her life was going, she was a self-proclaimed “emotional wreck” who used recreational drugs to deal with the challenge of having a very sick child.

Ebony and her daughter Miamor (Mia), who had suffered a traumatic brain injury, were living with Ebony’s mother in a tiny one-bedroom apartment. This became too much for everyone. Feeling guilty and stressed because of Mia’s medical condition, Ebony let her do whatever she wanted, whenever she wanted. As stress mounted, Ebony and her mother were not able to continue living together, so Ebony acquired transitional housing and moved out with Mia. However, with no car or money, a lack of parenting skills, and a daughter with few self-help skills, her situation still felt bleak.

Ebony was paired with a case worker from TRC in the transitional housing program who recommended that Ebony apply for the Head Start program for Mia. Mia was eventually admitted to TRC Head Start, and their journey began. Ebony felt the encouragement of everyone at TRC Head Start. The caring staff met her where she was in life and didn’t judge her or Mia. While medical experts expected that Mia would learn slower than other children because of her brain trauma, Mia began learning at the same pace as the other children in the supportive Head Start setting.

However, Ebony was still overwhelmed. She was concerned that Mia might be taken away due to the lack of home structure, and her parenting skills. Ebony soon learned that TRC Head Start was a safe place where she could ask for help and build skills as a parent. Soon, Ebony began to feel that she was part of a big family within TRC Head Start. She and Mia also received food and other resources to support their basic needs.

“Peaceful” is how Ebony describes herself now, thanks to TRC Head Start and the various supports provided to her family. She has taken steps to get her debt paid off, with the dream of returning to college. Ebony plans to pursue a degree in the human services or social work field because of the impact of the help she received through TRC Head Start.

Transition Resources
Corporation (TRC)

State Administrative Office
600 Corporation Drive, Suite 105
Pendleton, IN 46064 (map)
Phone: 866-437-9067