Since 1989, the Homeless Initiative Program, a community program of HealthNet, Inc., has been assisting homeless individuals and families in Marion County as they move from homelessness to employment, housing and self-sufficiency. This is accomplished with a network of services that include walk-in triage for emergency needs; street outreach; case management upon referral from triage staff; mobile medical care in shelters, missions and transitional housing sites; employment assistance; veterans' services; and permanent supportive housing programs. Hours: Office hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm; Walk in hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. 8:30am-11:30am and 1pm-4:30pm; Wed. 1pm-4:30pm; Fri. 8:30am-11:30am These services are also available on a walk in basis at the HIP office. On Busline: Yes Fees: None Eligibility: Homeless persons, 18 and older, unless and emancipated minor or accompanied by parents Area Served: Marion County Intake Procedure: An assessment of needs will be conducted Wait: None
1575 Dr Martin Luther King Jr StIndianapolis, IN 46202
From Business: Established in 1851, Children's Bureau, located in Indianapolis, is a private, nonprofit child and family services agency licensed by the state of Indiana. The ag…
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Be prepared to wait 5-15 minutes to get to a live person. For faster results Google your situation to see a list of possible resources. The wait time can seem eternal if in a stressful situation.
my son Michael heymig lived in that group home long time ago how he lives with three room mates he works very hard at his job