To request help, you must complete a form.
Once submitted, forms are immediately forwarded directly to the appropriate members of our team, who will determine how we can help. Please read carefully and be sure to choose to appropriate form to suit your need.
1. Crisis Foster Program
To request a foster home for YOUR pet: Crisis Foster Request
If you are hospitalized, seeking mental health or substance abuse treatment, or requesting help for other reasons related to your health, you must also sign this form: Release of Information
2. Healthcare/Agency Providers
To request help for a client or patient, start by completing the Agency/Provider Form
If your client is hospitalized (or soon to be), additional forms are are REQUIRED to provide necessary information we need to determine our ability to help:
Client must sign a Release of Information
If you are requesting foster for a client's pet, you must submit a Foster Request
3. Outreach Requests
For people living on the streets, or people in housing facing some sort of intervention due to animals, environment, and/or health, or, intervention/social service agencies hoping to help with a home-based solution to promote positive outcomes, food/survival items: Outreach Request
4. Access to Veterinary Care:
To request financial assistance with vetting costs: Vet/Medical Request
The vetting industry has struggled to adjust to covid-era demand, which has made access to veterinary care much harder, wait times to be seen can be lengthy, communication of care is tougher to navigate, clinics and staff are stressed, and even emergency care is sometimes at capacity.
Processing veterinary requests also require time-intensive, sensitive, detail-oriented, and often traumatic work from our volunteers. It can be heartbreaking to throw yourself into trying to save an animal, only to not be able to access care needed timely, or reasonably.
We do not guarantee help from all requests. Pet owners in life/death scenarios where time to act is limited, should seek out multiple resources.
We do NOT assist:
pet breeding families
people who have had a pet who has needed continuing care support, who add another pet to the home
people who have had a pet who has needed continuing care support, but isn’t following care plan
people who refuse spay/neuter
pets where we are worried about their continued safety in the home
people who have “rescued” an animal, and hopes to adopt it out/rehome it
people who are verbally disrespectful to SOAR staff or vet industry staff
5. Help with Spay/Neuter:
We are not offering assistance with spay/neuter at this time, please refer to the following community organizations for assistance:
Hoosier Fix - https://hoosierfix.com/
6. All Other Questions:
For all other inquiries, including general questions, donations, events, etc: General Info Form