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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Nelson and the gentlemen that work at his gas station/shop are nothing short of exceptional. Worth the trip to the near south side. They are honest, reasonably priced and great communicators. These gentlemen are modest and haven't forgotten what it means to provide true customer service. They are both dependable and trustworthy. I would highly recommend taking your car to Nelson for any type of repair.
What an awesome group! Personalized service from beginning to the end. I feel I received the very best eye examination that I have ever received. The staff took the time to show me the latest styles and what would fit my face shape. Fully recommend them to anyone in the down town area.