Upcoming Events

Transportation Advisory Committee Meeting
04-23-2015 11:30 am
First Aid / CPR Training
05-14-2015 9:00 am
First Aid / CPR Training
06-11-2015 9:00 am
First Aid / CPR Training
07-09-2015 9:00 am

Blue River Services, Inc. (BRS) is a private not for profit organization founded in 1959 by six families that believed that all people are capable of learning when given the opportunity and appropriate support services. With this guiding philosophy for over 55 years the services we provide have expanded to meet the needs of our community and address barriers to independence for people with and without disabilities.

BRS strives to reach its motto of “People Serving People” by providing exceptional services that cover a wide spectrum; across all ages from infants to seniors, in all areas of life and levels of ability, from most to least restrictive.  Our agency currently offers services through 13 departments. In fiscal year 2014, BRS served 21,298 individuals in 30 Southern Indiana Counties.

We invite you to explore our website and see how we can serve you.

Online Resources

Time Tracking


Childcare Resources 

We Need Your Vote Today!

Blue River Services has been selected as a local non-profit eligible to win a Ford Transit Connect Van during Byerly Ford’s 70th anniversary celebration. Vote Once Per Day! 

On April 20, They will announce the Top 5 listed charities receiving votes, as well as the top write-in, for another round of voting. The winner will be announced at a special Anniversary Celebration event at Byerly Ford on Friday, May 15, broadcast live on WHAS-TV 11’s 4:30 newscast.

You will need to provide your email address to vote, but you may select an "opt out" option for receiving marketing information.

We need Your Opinion!

Corydon, Indiana has been selected to take part in the Hometown Collaboration Initiative (HCI), a community development program launched by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs and the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.  Your local HCI coordinating team wants to hear from residents to gather their input on four key topics: (1) the local leadership; (2) community participation; (3) the local economy; and (4) the quality of life features of your community.