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Cultivating Community
our staff
Margarita Hart Board Certified Chaplain, CCHW
Executive Director
Jerry Hart CCHW
Community Health Worker /Access to Care
contact us
Office 317.881.HOPE(4673)      Fax 317.376.4212
Office Hours:
M, T, W, & F      9:00am - 2:00pm
Help available any time by appointment.
Be Part of Someone's Life!

Are you aware that you can make a difference in someone’s life TODAY by using your current gifts, talents, skills, and resources? God has blessed us with a mission field right here in southern Marion County and  Johnson County; and when YOU become part of our team, YOU will be part of completing our mission of serving the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of  our multicultural community.

Click here to learn more on the different ways you can get involved.

what we do
Education Services
We work side-by-side with our key community partners to develop a network of local resources that effectively serves the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of Southern Marion and Johnson County's multicultural community.
Health Services
​We show Jesus’ love as we provide health and referral services to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual health and healing. We don’t turn any immigrant  away. 
Mental Health and Spiritual Care
Pastoral Care
Esperanza Ministries provides high-quality pastoral care to all clients no matter their religion.  We will minister through a council session or bible studies to help an adult. 
Community Health Workers
Project:   Development of Indiana Community Health Workers Association

INCHWA is a professional association for community health workers (CHWs). It's mission is to advance the CHW profession through relevant healthcare strategies, education, advocacy and a unified voice.  


Esperanza Ministries has dedicated energy to invest in this important project to develop this workforce association.  The purpose of our involvement is to decrease immigrant disparity and increase the capacity to serve our clients in a culturally relevant approach through the services of Community Health Workers (CHWs).  While INCHWA is a statewide presence beyond the borders of out counties, the quest to impact the immigrant through out our State is imperative.  


Creating a way of training immigrant CHWs has become a strategic direction.  We teach leadership classes for the natural leaders in our community.

Our strategy is to help students and parents learn about healthy choices, English, healthy relationships and life skills.  All our classes are based on scripture and principles taught by Jesus.  Our primary goal is to lead souls to a living relationship with Jesus Christ.

Building Bridges of Trust 
We advocate for the immigrant and the receiving community through cultural presentations so trust can blossom.  
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