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
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I have a neighbor that has 2 cars running and a total of 4 and trying to park in my drivway had problems before and would like something done about it they are out of control and let their kids poop in the driveways please help
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.