ICAN is meeting two important needs in our communities: (a) providing children and adults living with a disability greater independence and an opportunity for a more enriched life by partnering them with a service
dog and (b) preparing offenders to
return to our communities better
equipped to successfully reintegrate with their families and obtain a job.
ICAN is the only service dog organization in Indiana that is accredited by Assistance Dogs International (ADI). ICAN is all about unleashing abilities and changing lives on both ends of the leash and is a 501(c)3 non-profit.
The mission of ICAN brings together three diverse groups to empower people to live more enriched and independent lives.
Indiana Canine Assistant Network trains and places service dogs people in Indiana with physical or development disabilities, with priority placement given to children and adolescents.
ICAN considers applications regardless of a person’s age, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, national origins or disabilities.
To learn more about ICAN’s Vision-based Strategic Plan, visit 2019-2021 Strategic Plan.
For ICAN’s 2018 Financial Statement, visit 2018 PUBLIC DISCLOSURE INDIANA CANINE ASSISTANT NETWORK, INC.