Community Needs Directory

HealthNet Homeless Initiative Program
Helps homeless persons in Marion County reach a level of self-sufficiency consistent with their goals and capabilities for health and social well being.

Walk-in triage for emergency needs (non-medical)
Street and shelter outreach
Case management upon referral by triage staff
Mobile medical care in shelters, missions, transitional housing programs, streets
Employment training and placement by appointment
Special assistance for homeless veterans

http://www.indyhealthnet.org/hip/
(317) 957-2275
(317) 957-2280
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Horizon House
Horizon House
Day resource center for homeless neighbors.

Horizon House is a full service, secular agency that connects our homeless neighbors with integrated, comprehensive services. We provide a safe place and basic services for our community's homeless, serving them with dignity and respect, as they take steps towards a more stable life.

https://www.horizonhouse.cc
317-423-8909
317-423-8906
Trusted Mentors
Trusted Mentors
Trusted Mentors is recognized as the leading provider or mentoring relationships that empower at-risk adults to remain housed and avoid incarceration.

Trusted Mentors uses the power of mentoring to help adults establish stable lives by reducing the chaos brought about by homelessness and the effects of incarceration.

http://trustedmentors.org/
317-985-5041
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Adult Rehabilitation Center

The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers provide spiritual, social and emotional assistance for men and women who have lost the ability to cope with their problems and provide for themselves.

Each center offers residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment. The physical and spiritual care that program participants receive prepares them to re-enter society and return to gainful employment. Many of those who have been rehabilitated are reunited with their families and resume a normal life.

Services:

Rehabilitation Program

Needs:

Appliances
Automobiles
Children's Clothing
Furniture
Household Goods
Men's Clothing
Miscellaneous
Women's Clothing
Computer Systems
Books
Sofas
Suits

http://indianapolis.satruck.org/
317-638-6585
Aspire Indiana
Aspire Indiana

Aspire Indiana is a non-profit comprehensive community mental health center serving adults and children in Boone, Hamilton, Madison, and Marion counties in central-Indiana. Aspire provides a full continuum of services, including behavioral healthcare, substance abuse treatment, HIV care coordination, employment services, and housing services for at-risk populations. Aspire also provides mental health and substance abuse services to people who are deaf, including Indiana’s only group home for people with serious mental illness who are deaf.

Services:

Addiction Services
Affordable Housing
Deaf Services
HIV/AIDS Care
Outpatient Services
Housekeeping Services

http://www.aspireindiana.org/
317-257-3909
Flanner House of Indianapolis
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Flanner House of Indianapolis continues to respond to its purpose of promoting the spiritual, social, moral, cultural and physical welfare of individuals and families in Indianapolis, by providing a variety of counseling and information and referral services to all ages. Flanner House provides educational services for children ages 3 to 12, a social/recreational/education program for seniors, a youth social development program and a homemaker service program to individuals whose physical conditions prevent them from doing basic housekeeping chores in their homes.

Contact Name:

Sandra Green

Services:

Child Services
Senior Programs
Youth Social Development
Homemaker Service Program

www.flannerhouse.com
(317) 925-4231
Interfaith Hospitality Network
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We are a partnership of congregations and community organizations responding to the crisis of children and their families who are homeless and working to eliminate homelessness in Greater Indianapolis.

Contact Name:

Jim McElhinney

Services:

Emergency Shelter

http://familypromiseindyihn.org/
317-261-1562
317-261-6308
Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center

The Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center exists to improve the lives of people in Southwest Indianapolis through assistance, opportunity and education. We provide individual and group services to people of all ages, from young children to senior citizens.

Contact Name:

Treva Burgess

Services:

GED Preparation
Youth Programs
Youth Employment
Emergency Food Pantry
Job Training
Financial Management Services

Volunteer Opportunities:

Serving Meals
Food Pantry
Tutoring / Homework Help
Office / Administrative

www.maryrigg.org
317-639-6106
317-639-2782
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic

Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation offering pro bono legal representation and preventive legal education to low income families, including immigrant families. We accept clients in the greater Indianapolis metro area whose income is at or below 125%* of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

Contact Name:

Erin Hougland

Services:

Legal Services

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteer Attorneys
Prayer Partners
Client Advocacy
Translator / Interpretor
General Administration
Legal Internships

http://www.nclegalclinic.org/
(317) 429-4131
(317) 429-4130
Queen of Peace Shelter
Queen of Peace Shelter

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Contact Name:

[Information Pending]

Services:

Women's Shelter

(317) 916-6753