Resources available in Delaware and Randolph Counties

Gov. Holcomb announces state resources in Delaware and Randolph counties after tornado damage 

INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb today announced additional state resources will be available to residents of Randolph and Delaware counties who suffered tornado damage in Randolph and Delaware counties on March 15.

Staff and resources from the Indiana Department of Health, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and the Family and Social Services Administration will be available to provide a variety of services. 


  1. The Winchester BMV branch
    309 W. South Street
    Winchester, IN 47394
    1. Reproduction of identification, permits, title replacement, registrations and license plates.
  2. Randolph County Division of Family Resources
    221 N. Main St.
    Winchester, IN 47394
    1. Replace Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefit cards and health coverage application assistance.
  3. Randolph County Building
    325 S. Oak Street
    Winchester, IN 47394
    1. Homeland Security: Recovery resources and information
    2. The Randolph County Health Department: Replacement of vital records (birth and death certificates) and immunization services. 
    3. The State Department of Health: Will be providing the Tetanus vaccines on site. 
    4. Mental health support professionals will be at this location. 

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles Winchester Branch will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Randolph County Family and Social Services Administration office will be open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the Randolph County Building will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. These offices will be open for resources Thursday, March 21, Friday, March 22 and will re-open Monday, March 25 through Wednesday March 27. 

Hoosiers are encouraged to call 866-211-9966 for referrals to necessary services and to report damage. 

Hoosiers needing emergency mental health services should call 988 to be connected to resources.

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