Family Resources
  • StopOver

    Posted by trisha miller on 7/24/2017

    Address: 2236 East 10th Street Indianapolis, IN 46201 

    Phone: (317) 635-9301 24-Hour Crisis Line

    Website: www.stopoverinc.org 


    Stopover services are directed towards young people who have run away, who are at risk of running away, or who have been ejected from their homes.
    Stopover provides short-term housing to young people ages 13 to 17. Temporary separation from the family removes youth from the intensity of the crisis. It allows a chance to assess their situation and evaluate alternatives. The environment is one that tells youth that they are important and valued people.

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  • Tab Fresh Stop

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/14/2017

    Address: Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, 418 34th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205

    Phone: (317) 923-5458

    Website: https://freshstop.org/tab


    Fresh Stops are communities that offer shares of beautiful, farm-direct, sustainably-grown fruits and vegetables to people on an income-based sliding scale. Families who are financially able to, pay more, and low-income families who can't, pay less. Orders can be places on the website and can be picked up twice a month, on Saturdays, from 10-11am (July-November).

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  • Flanner House

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 2424 Doctor M.L.K. Jr St, Indianapolis, IN 46208

    Phone: (317) 925-4231

    Website: https://flannerhouse.org/


    The Flanner House exists to support, advocate for and empower individuals, children and families by applying educational, social and economic resources that move members of the community towards stabilization, and self-sufficiency. Some of the programs include Health and Welness, Food Justice, Community Asset Development, Economic Development, and Child/Youth Development Center. 

    The Flanner House also partners with Washington Township to provide Adult Basic Education Classes on Monday and Tuesday (5-8:30pm). For more information call 317-259-5275.



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  • Horizon House

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 1033 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202

    Phone: 317-423-8909

    Website: https://www.horizonhouse.cc/


    Horizon House is a full-service day center in Indianapolis exclusively serving the homeless. Our programs operate year round, five days a week, extending hospitality and providing professional services to nearly 160 people each day. All resource and supports are centered on breaking the cycle of homelessness and empowering individuals toward self-sufficiency, thus making permanent life changes.


    With an average of over 40,000 visits to our facility,we provide access to everyday needs like showers, laundry, mail and more – things overnight shelters don’t always offer. We spend time learning who our neighbors are and where they want to go, then give them guidance and services to help them get there. With essential services like:

    • shower & laundry facilities
    • telephones & mail delivery service
    • employment program & computer lab
    • case management & housing programs
    • veteran services
    • street outreach
    • co-located medical, mental health and legal services
    • and more


    Day Room Hours:

    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:00am – 3:00pm
    Wednesday: 7:00am -12:30pm

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  • St. Vincent's Hospice: Bereavement Services

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: Multiple Locations

    Phone: 317-338-4040

    Website: St. Vincent's Hospice


    The St. Vincent Hospice provides bereavement counseling for families and friends dealing with the emotional, physical, and social challenges that may come from the loss of a loved one. Grief and the journey toward wholeness and health again after a loss is a process that demands attention, energy, and focus on many levels.

    In addition to individual counseling, there are a variety of free support groups and workshops that provide education and information regarding the things one can do to address the more negative impacts of the stress response to grief.



    • The Road to Healing is a six-week support group for those who have experienced a loss through death.
    • A Daughter's Grief is a six-week support group for women who have experienced the loss of their mothers through death.
    • Safe Haven is group for parents who have experienced the death of a child.
    • Widow/widower Group is for men and women who have lost a spouse.
    • Grief 101: When Grief is New provides support for anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one.
    • Grief Through the Lens of Love - A Six Week Photography and Gallery Night Program
    • A Mother's Day Tea - Daughters remembering their Mothers before Mother's Day
    • The Empty Chair - A Holiday Grief Support Workshop
    • Finding Your Way - Support Series for Loss of A Younger Spouse
    • I AM the Legacy - Seminars for Loss of A Parent
    • Mind-Body-Spirit Workshop - Toward the Healing of Grief: A summer workshop to enhance understanding of physical health, spiritual practice, and mindfulness
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  • Catholic Charities Indianapolis

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 1400 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202

    Phone: 317-236-1500

    Website: http://www.archindy.org/cc/indianapolis/


    During Fiscal-Year 2015-16 Catholic Charities Indianapolis served nearly 75,000 kids, families and seniors. (They served 90,764 people when including information and referral services.)

    They serve any person in need of their services, regardless of their religious, social or economic backgrounds in central Indiana. Their services address the wide array of needs of the poor and vulnerable through life's transitions (counseling, social work, refugee support, housing and homelessness, pregnany and adoption).

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  • CleanSlate

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 9660 E. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46229

    Phone: (413) 341-1787

    Website: http://cleanslatecenters.com/


    Cleanslate is a national medical group that provides medication-assisted treatment for the chronic diseases of addiction, primarily for alchohol and opiod users. Their treatment programs are grounded in the latest in science and medicine and delivered by teams of licensed medical professionals. That is one reason why their centers feel like the doctor’s offices people go to for primary care: clean; cheerful; professional; and safe. Their staff of healthcare professionals makes patients feel welcome and respected.

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  • Mid-North Food Pantry

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 3333 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208

    Website: http://www.midnorthfoodpantry.org/


    The Mid-North Food Pantry’s (MNFP’s) mission is to enhance the health of our mid-north neighborhoods by providing supplemental food and basic necessities for our neighbors in need. 

    We have the following eligibility requirements:

    • Marion County resident.  Proof of residence is required such as a state-issued identification, piece of mail with name and address, or lease agreement. Our service targets neighbors living in the 46205 and 46208 ZIP codes, but we will also serve neighbors in the 46201, 46202, 46203, and 46204 ZIP codes.
    • Low to no income.  No proof of income is required.
    • One service per family per month.



    Monday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    Wednesday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    Friday: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    Fourth Sunday of Every Month:
    12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

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  • Homeless Initiative Program

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 1835 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202

    Phone: 317-957-2275

    Website: http://www.indyhealthnet.org/Homeless-Initiative-Program/


    The Homless Initiative Program helps homeless persons in Marion County reach a level of self-sufficiency consistent with their goals and capabilities for health and social well being.


    • Walk-in triage for emergency needs (nonmedical)
    • Street and shelter outreach
    • Case management upon referral by triage staff
    • Mobile medical care in shelters, missions, transitional housing programs, streets
    • Employment training and placement by appointment
    • Special assistance for homeless veterans

    They work in collaborations with other agencies to create a well-coordinated network of services.

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  • Action Health Center

    Posted by trisha miller on 6/13/2017

    Address: 2868 N. Pennsylvania, Indianapolis, IN 46205

    Phone: 317-221-3400


    The Action Health Center offers Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and OB/Gynecology through 25 years of age.  It is a full service medical office that offers laboratory testing, diagnosis and treatment of common illnesses, female and male healthcare, pediatric and well baby care, pregnancy testing and prenatal care, school and sports physicals, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, WIC services, counseling, health education – all with an emphasis of promoting wellness in the patient.  The center can see patients with private insurance, Medicaid and cash pay (uninsured).


    Hours of Operation: 

    Monday/Tuesday/Thursday: 8am-6pm

    Wendesday: 8am-7pm

    Friday: 8am-5pm

    2nd Saturday of Every Month: 9am-1pm

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