Indiana Transitional Housing

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Latest Listings Added in Indiana:

  • Amethyst House - Outpatient and Administrative Offices Email Website Learn more 322 West 2nd Street
    Bloomington, IN - 47401
    (812) 336-3570
    Amethyst House operates three transitional housing facilities in Bloomington: a 19 bed Men's Halfway House, a 10 bed Women's Halfway house that also serves dependent children up to age 6,  a 5 bed Men's three-quarter-way House. Approximately, 90% of our clients are homeless. In ad .. see more
  • Center for Behavioral Health IN Website Learn more 645 South Rogers Street
    Bloomington, IN - 47403
    (812) 339-1691
    Center for Behavioral Health provides substance abuse for addicted. Accepts sliding fee scale payment assistance. Call for more details. This office only handles outpatient clients. .. see more
  • Fairbanks Hospital Website Learn more 8102 Clearvista Parkway
    Indianapolis, IN - 46256
    (317) 849-8222
    Fairbanks’ extended residential treatment program, La Verna Lodge, is a gender-specific program for men and women who are struggling with addiction and have complex recovery issues that require extended treatment. At La Verna Lodge, residents learn to build a foundation for recovery. This resi .. see more
  • Council on Domestic Abuse (Coda) Shelter - Terra Haute Indiana Website Learn more 1400 Hulman Street
    Terre Haute, IN - 47802
    (812) 232-1736
    The emergency CODA shelter provides safe housing for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault and their minor children for up to 60 days. The shelter is in a confidential location within the city limits of Terre Haute, Indiana. Security is maintained at all times by a staff that is on d .. see more
  • Alternatives of Madison County Website Learn more PO Box 1302
    Anderson, IN - 46015
    (765) 643-0200
    Alternatives of Madison County provides emergency shelter and support services for female domestic violence victims, with or without dependent children (under age 18). Services include lodging, meals, case management, emergency and essential transportation, and advocacy. Crisis line available .. see more
  • Salvation Army - Social Service Center Indianapolis Email Website Learn more 3100 North Meridian Street
    Indianapolis, IN - 46208
    (317) 937-7000
    The Salvation Army provides a safe place for homeless and abused women and children in perhaps their greatest time of need. Domestic abuse and homeless shelters feature professional counseling, medical assistance, child care and assistance, job training and continuing education programs. .. see more
  • Elkhart County Women's Shelter Learn more P.O. Box 2684
    Elkhart, IN - 46515
    (574) 294-1811
    Elkhart County Women\'s Shelter provides shelter for women, with or without children  (boys up to 17years), escaping domestic violence. While in the shelter, clients receive food, housing, transportation, children\'s services, counseling, protective order assistance, and case management. .. see more
  • Community Action Program of Evansville (CAPE) - Gibson County Email Website Learn more 115 North Prince Street
    Princeton, IN - 47670
    CAPE serves as a CHDO (Community Housing Development Organization) providing affordable housing for low to moderate income families in Vanderburgh, Gibson and Posey Counties. .. see more
  • Desert Rose Email Website Learn more PO Box 1754
    Martinsville, IN - 46151
    Desert Rose Foundation, Inc. is a faith-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide transitional shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as the services needed to break the cycle of abuse in families. .. see more
  • YWCA Evansville - Transition Housing Recovery Program (THRP) Email Website Learn more 118 Vine Street
    Evansville, IN - 47708
    The YWCA provides a highly structured four-phase residential program for homeless women in recovery from substance abuse. In 2012, THRP provided approximately 9,300 nights of safe shelter.   The typical client entering their program is unemployed and without resources.   She has ve .. see more

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