Holy Family Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing
Indianapolis, IN
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907 North Holmes Avenue
Indianapolis, IN - 46222

(317) 635-7830 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one cwilkey@holyfamilyshelter.net Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Holy Family Transitional Housing

Holy Family Transitional Services, provides housing and supportive social services to homeless families once they have moved out of the emergency shelter. This program primarily targets homeless families who face the most complex challenges and have serious, persistent issues that can quickly lead to falling back into homelessness if not supported. The combination of housing and comprehensive case management has proven to be a cost-effective way to help homeless families maintain permanent housing while living a more stable, productive life.

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  1. Need housing to get my kids back posted August 1, 2019
  2. We've been living in a hotel surviving off of plasma donations and slight help from our pastor. On the brink of being homeless, I work on the opposite corner of the city driving a car that isn't registered or insured, at risk of losing that too even tho it's full of our stuff. posted January 24, 2020
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