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Marion County housing assistance programs.

Residents across Marion County can get help from temporary housing assistance programs. Services are offered for veterans, the homeless, poor, and low income. Not only can someone get a place to stay for a short period of time, but the housing programs will also rehouse someone that was recently evicted or that is currently homeless.

The demand for transitional housing programs in the community is very high. Only a limited number of qualified low income families will be able to qualify and get help. Others may be provided referrals to charities, local churches, or government assistance such as the section 8 voucher program. So while not everyone is able to receive help, the Marion County Indiana organizations do their best to meet the needs of the community.

If you have been evicted or are homeless, do not hesitate to call an organization below. Meals, food, housing, case management, and much more is provided by the non-profit agencies listed.

Catholic Charities Indianapolis, Holy Family Transitional Housing
Indianapolis, Indiana 46203
(317) 635-7830
Marion County families coming from a homeless shelter, that were evicted, or are from some other homeless environment can explore this transitional housing program. It can also assist single parents children, married couples, and is fairly wide ranging. Catholic Charities offers clients an apartment setting. Social workers also offer case management services that can help families transition into permanent housing or an apartment.

Coburn Place Safe Haven
Main address is 604 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Telephone - (317) 923-5750
Victims of domestic violence, including women and children, can receive safe, transitional housing. Other assistance includes legal advocacy, information on government subsidies, and details on programs that can help pay rent or deposit when the individual is ready to strike out on their own.

Dayspring Centerwellspring Cottage
3736 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208
(317) 283-2518
The Wellspring Cottage is short term housing for up to 2 years. Clients to the program must have referral from a shelter or social worker in Marion County.




Good News Ministries Family Transitional Shelter
Main location is 2801 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46201
Call (317) 638-2862
The charity is a Christian-based transitional housing resource, however it will assist people regardless of their religion or background. The center will also help families achieve self-supported living. The non-profit also offers supportive services including food preparation, budgeting, life skills training, counseling, and more to qualified clients.

Harbor Light Center of Marion County, The Salvation Army
Office address is 2400 North Tibbs Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Dial (317) 972-1450
The corps center can provides room, food, meals, and more for those that are ages 18 and older. It is short term, temporary housing while people seek gainful employment. Case management, limited financial aid, clothing, and more is provided as well.

Wheeler Mission Ministries
205 E New York St
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone:(317) 635-3575

Lighthouse Ministries
Indianapolis, IN 46244

HVAF of Indiana
964 North Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Main phone - (317) 951-0688
Offers low income housing, from apartments to houses, for homeless veterans in Central Indiana region and Indianapolis.





Julian Center
2011 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Call (317) 941-2200
Call about transitional housing for homeless women. People need to be referred by a domestic violence shelter, government agency or a similar program. A portion of your income will need to be paid towards rent. Also access employment training, computer lab, GED readiness, literacy training, child care, English as a second language, and counseling.

Quest For Excellence - Ada's Place
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
(317) 283-5730
The non-profit runs what is known as semi-independent, transitional housing for females. They need to meet age limits and also be employed, single women without children.

Agnes Inn Between
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Telephone - (317) 283-5730
Fully furnished, transitional housing programs. This is available for married couples with children, men without children, and also women. Clients to Agnes Inn Between must have income from employment or SSI disability.

Quest For Excellence - Billy's Manor
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Call the office at (317) 283-5730
Short term housing for families or individuals who are working but who were recently homeless. The center offers them time to regain stability.

John's Delaware Lodge
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 283-5730
Works with individuals from Marion County who have a felony conviction but who are currently employed. Apartments provided are furnished and include paid utilities. Tenants need to pay some rent to the agency.

Breaking Free, Inc.
3833 N. Meridian, Suite 305A.
Indianapolis, IN 46208.
(317) 923-4260

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center - Indianapolis
711 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 638-6585
Support services, housing, and other aid is for men who are battling poverty, homelessness, unemployment, and/or substance abuse or dependency.

2236 East 10th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46201
(317) 635-9301
Offers group-home housing for young people. Clients of the facility can also receive job-placement assistance, continue with their education, and gain independent living skills. Other support is administered too for teenagers and youth.


By Jon McNamara













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