Indiana Housing Assistance

Indiana Housing Vouchers * Public Housing * Homeless * Making Home Affordable

Indiana housing assistance includes numerous federally and state-funded programs specifically designed to help its residents with various housing needs.

Rental Help for Indiana Residents

Indiana Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers

Section 8 Housing Program is a federally funded rental assistance set of subprograms for low-income families, disabled persons, and the elderly available to all States.

Section 8 Housing Program for the State of Indiana is is a federally funded program that is offered through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Indiana Section 8 rental assistance helps eligible low-income families by subsidizing their rental housing of choice through the Housing Choice Vouchers. The Housing Choice Vouchers help low-income families and individuals broaden their housing options in the private rental market. Find more about Section 8 Housing Programs and Housing Choice Vouchers.

According to the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority “The Housing Choice Vouchers program provides eligible households vouchers to help pay the rent on privately owned homes of their choosing.” 

Indiana Housing Choice Voucher Program is funded entirely by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, and according to CBPP, the Section 8 programs currently assist over 93,000 Indiana households. The Program’s vouchers increase affordable housing choices for very low-income Indiana households by allowing families to choose privately owned rental housing.

Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers are issued by a local Indian Public Housing Agencies to an income-qualified household, which then finds a unit to rent. If the unit meets the Section 8 quality standards, the Housing Authority then pays the landlord the amount equal to the difference between 30 percent of the tenant’s adjusted income (or 10 percent of the gross income or the portion of welfare assistance designated for housing) and the Public Housing Agency-determined payment standard for the area. In other words, the Section 8 Program operates by providing direct subsidy rent payments to qualified landlords for tenants participating in the program. The rent must be reasonable compared with similar unassisted units.

Housing Voucher Program is also called Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA). Contact one of the regional offices for information on Section 8 rental assistance. These offices administer the Housing Choice Voucher Program which is a tenant-based assistance program.

Normally, the demand for Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers in Indiana exceeds the available funds and there are waiting lists. As a result, the applications for the Section 8 Vouchers are taken periodically at a time determined by each local Public Housing Authority. The open period for taking Section 8 applications is usually advertised in the local newspaper 2 weeks prior to starting acceptance of applications, and all related social service agencies are notified.

When the waiting list is open, completed applications are accepted from all applicants. The Housing Authority will then verify the information in each application relevant to the applicant’s eligibility, admission, and benefits level.

Section 8 Program allows families to pay a predetermined share of their income toward the rent while issued Housing Choice Vouchers make up the difference. The program does not pay for security deposits and moving expenses. The tenant is responsible for paying for any utilities not included in the rent according to the lease.

Income eligibility limits and benefit levels are based on local median income and local housing costs but are set largely at the federal level with limited local discretion. Income requirements are set generally as less than 50% of Area Median Income (AMI) but can be up to 80% in some cases. By law, seventy-five percent of the newly issued vouchers must go to families with incomes below 30% of the Area Median Income.

Current recipients maintain vouchers until their income reaches a level at which the value of their housing subsidy is reduced to $0.00 – all housing subsidies are calculated based on family income, housing costs, and other factors.

Project-Based Rental Assistance

The Indiana State and HUD promote affordable housing opportunities through Project-Based Rental Assistance.  The Project-Based rental assistance pays part of the rent to qualified tenants for a specific building designated as Section 8 and subsidized by the Federal Government with the main purpose to provide affordable housing for low-income families. Project-Based vouchers are used at selected developments where providers of supportive services focus on special needs populations. Applications are accepted and waiting lists are maintained at each housing site. The populations served are households that are extremely-low income with income up to 50% of the Area Median Income. HUD establishes and publishes the income parameters annually.

Indiana Public Housing

Subsidized and Low-Rent Apartments

Public Housing provides safe, decent and affordable rental housing to eligible Indiana residents – low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides federal grants to States’ local Public Housing Agencies (PHA) which manage the public housing developments for low-income residents at rents they can afford.

In general, housing developments owned, managed and maintained by the local PHA are referred to as Conventional Housing, or Low Rent Public Housing and units are offered to eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities at rental rates established by the PHA authorities within the HUD income limits and guidelines.

Under the Conventional Public Housing program, an Indiana Housing Authority rents units that it owns to low-income individuals, who pay 30% of their adjusted gross income towards rent. The Authority administers the Low Rent Public Housing Program in accordance with HUD rules and regulations. Usually, the public housing properties are operated by the Housing Authority with the help of a maintenance and management team.

In Indiana, safe, decent and affordable public housing is offered and managed by local Housing Authorities. Rental housing for low-income residents is available in many communities across the State of Indiana.

Indiana Public Housing rental units come in various types and sizes, and normally offer on-site management, maintenance staff, and may even include other supportive services. Normally there is a waiting list and once a unit becomes available the qualified applicant is invited to a meeting with the Housing Authority official where detailed information on the Public Housing Program is provided and the available public housing unit is offered.

As per the HUD requirements, the approved Indiana low-income family pays a portion of their monthly income in rent, and the rest is subsidized by the HUD Public Housing grants.

Inquire about current availability of Public Housing rental units by contacting your local Indiana Housing Authority, or search for subsidized apartments in Indiana here.

 Housing Counseling Services

Contact one of the HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies in Indiana State for the following education workshops or counseling services

– Fair Housing Pre-Purchase Education Workshops
– Financial Management/Budget Counseling
– Home Improvement and Rehabilitation Counseling
– Mortgage Delinquency and Default Resolution Counseling
– Non-Delinquency Post Purchase Workshops
– Pre-purchase Counseling
– Pre-purchase Homebuyer Education Workshops
– Predatory Lending Education Workshops
– Rental Housing Counseling
– Services for Homeless Counseling

Indiana – Making Home Affordable options

Making Home Affordable is a federal program designed to cover different homeowners’ hardships and financial situations. Under the program, there are various options that can help Indiana homeowners in hardship stay in their homes. Depending on the situation Indiana homeowners in hardship can apply to lower their monthly payments, lower the interest rate on their home loan or even get principal reduction in some cases.

There are foreclosure alternatives and temporarily help for unemployed homeowners as well.

Here are some of the most used options under the Making Home Affordable Program:

HUD (US Department of Housing and Urban Development) approved housing counselor can be reached at: 888-995-4673  (Hearing impaired: 877-304-9709 TTY) to help you understand your options, prepare your application, and work with your mortgage company.

 Indiana Homeless Service Organizations

Indiana has regional homeless service organizations that coordinate local resources and can provide assistance to the homeless. Some Indiana Homeless Service Organizations are funded through Continuum of Care (CoC). Continuum of Care is a federal program that consolidates the following Homeless Assistance programs: the Shelter Plus Care Program, the Supportive Housing Program, and the Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room Occupancy Program. The CoC Program is designed to promote community-wide commitment to the goal of ending homelessness by providing grants to nonprofit providers, State, and local governments to quickly rehouse homeless individuals and families while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused to homeless individuals, families, and communities.

Indiana Homeless Service Organizations funded by CoC assist individuals (including unaccompanied youth) and families experiencing homelessness. With the main goal of long-term stability, those Indiana homeless service organizations provide the services that are needed to help such individuals move into transitional and permanent housing. Here is a list of Indiana Homeless Shelters by county.

If you are homeless in Indiana and need help – call the listed homeless service organization in your area.


Adams Wells Crisis Center,
Inc. P. O. Box #253,
Decatur, Indiana 46733
Domestic violence shelter


Fort Wayne Women’s Bureau, Inc.
2417 Fairfield Ave,
Fort Wayne, IN  46807
Transitional rehab. housing – women & children

Rescue Mission Ministries, Charis House
431 Fairmount Place,
Ft. Wayne, IN 46808
Transitional housing for homeless women & children

Rescue Mission Ministries, Life House
301 W Superior St,
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Emergency shelter for homeless men

Rescue Mission Ministries, Restoration House
301 W Superior St,
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Transitional housing for homeless men

Genesis Outreach, Inc.
2605 Gay Street,
Fort Wayne, In 46803
Transitional housing -substance abuse – men & women

Hope House, Inc.
1129 Garden Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing – women only
260 424-3711

Interfaith Hospitality of Greater Ft. Wayne
2925 E State Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Emergency shelter for families

Premier Palace
317 E. Williams St.,
Ft. Wayne 46803
Transitional shelter – Women

Vincent Village, Inc.
2827 Holton Avenue,
Fort Wayne, IN 46806
Transitional housing- families

YWCA of Northeast Indiana
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Domestic violence shelter


Bartholomew County, Indiana

Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
P. O. Box #103,
Columbus, IN 47202
Domestic violence shelter for men, women, children

Horizon House (Human Services, Inc.)
724 Chestnut St.
Columbus, IN 47201
Emergency shelters – families & singles


Benton County, Indiana
Refer to Jasper, Tippecanoe, White counties

Blackford County, Indiana
Refer to Huntington, Madison, Grant & Delaware counties


Boone County, Indiana

The Caring Center Transitional Housing
Lebanon, IN  46052
Transitional housing- men, women & children
(765) 482-2020


Brown County, Indiana
Refer to Bartholomew, Morgan, Monroe, Jackson counties

Carroll County, Indiana
Refer to Cass, White, Tippecanoe, Howard counties


Cass County, Indiana

Emmaus Mission Center
850 Spencer St.,
Logansport, IN 46197
Emergency shelter

Salvation Army
620 Wilkinson St.
Logansport, IN 46947
One night only emergency housing (hotel voucher)  for men, women, and children
(574) 722-1979


Clark County, Indiana

Center for Women and Families
P.O. Box 248,
Sellersburg, IN 47172
Emergency shelter & transitional housing for victims of domestic violence 877-803-7577

Haven House
1727 Green St.,
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
Emergency shelter for men, women & children

Salvation Army
528 Hallmark Blvd,
Clarksville, IN 47129
Emergency shelter


Clay County, Indiana
Refer to Greene, Putnam, Vigo counties

Clinton County, Indiana
Refer to Boone, Howard, Montgomery, Tippecanoe counties

Crawford County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois, Harrison, Washington counties

Daviess County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois, Greene, Knox


Dearborn County, Indiana

Heart House, Inc.
6815 US 50,
Aurora, IN 47001
Emergency shelter – men, women & children


Decatur County, Indiana

Human Services, Inc./Salvation Army
1939 N. Carver St.,
Greensburg, IN
Emergency Shelter Services

DeKalb County, Indiana

Shelter Ministries, Inc.
315 E. 7th St.,
Auburn, IN  46706
Transitional housing for men, women, and families

Serenity House
2438 Cty Rd. 50,
Auburn, IN  46706
Transitional housing for men & women with substance abuse issues


Delaware County, Indiana

A Better Way
Muncie, IN 47305
Domestic violence shelter & transitional housing for women victims of domestic violence
(765) 288-4357

Bridges Community Services
318 West 8th St.,
Muncie, IN  47302
Transitional housing

Muncie Mission
1725 S Liberty St,
Muncie, IN 47302
Emergency shelter for men & assistance and services for families

Project Stepping Stone of Muncie
900 W. White River Blvd,
Muncie, IN 47303
Transitional housing for individuals with children must have income

YWCA of Muncie
310 E. Charles St.
Muncie, IN 47305
Temporary emergency shelter for women and children


Elkhart County, Indiana

Faith Mission of Elkhart
801 Benham Ave.,
Elkhart, IN 46516
Emergency shelter & transitional housing for men, women & families

PO Box #2684
Elkhart, IN 46515
Domestic violence shelter & transitional housing

Goshen Interfaith Hospitality Network
105 South 3rd Street,
Goshen, IN  46526
Emergency shelter for homeless families


Fayette County, Indiana
Refer to Henry or Wayne counties


Floyd County, Indiana

Providence Self Sufficiency Ministries, Inc.-
Families in Transition
8037 Unruh Drive,
Georgetown, IN 47122
Family preservation program

St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Charities
601 E. Market St,
New Albany, IN 47150
Youth maternity pregnant women homeless shelter and transitional living- women & children

The Center for Women and Families
P. O. Box #248,
Sellersburg, IN  47172
Domestic violence shelter


Fountain County, Indiana
Refer to Montgomery, Tippecanoe counties

Franklin  County, Indiana
Refer to Decatur, Dearborn, Ripley counties

Fulton County, Indiana
Refer to Cass, Kosciusko counties

Gibson County, Indiana
Refer to Knox, Posey, Vanderburgh counties


Grant County, Indiana

Family Services Society
P.O Box 756,
Marion, IN 46952
Domestic violence & homeless shelter – women & children
800-434-8973, 765-664-0701

Genesis Place
108 E. 14th St.,
Marion, IN 46953
Emergency shelter for homeless veterans

Grant County Rescue Mission
423 Gallatin St.,
Marion, IN 46953
Emergency shelter for men & women


Greene County, Indiana
Refer to Monroe


Hamilton County, Indiana

Third Phase Christian Center
15755 Allisonville Rd.,
Noblesville, IN
Emergency shelter for men, women & children
(317) 773-5100

Hancock County, Indiana

Hancock Hope House
35 E. Pierson Street,
Greenfield, IN 46140
Emergency Shelter for men, women & families


Harrison County, Indiana

Hoosier Hills PACT
Corydon, IN
Domestic violence shelter – women & children


Hendricks County, Indiana

Sheltering Wings Center for Women
PO Box 92,
Danville, IN 46122
Domestic violence shelter


Henry County, Indiana

Christian Love Help Center/Shelter Inc.
418 S. 18th Street,
New Castle, IN  47362
Emergency shelter- for individuals & families


Howard County, Indiana

Coordinated Assistance Ministries, Inc.
210 North Market,
Kokomo, IN 46903
Day shelter and overnight emergency shelter

Family Service Assoc of Howard Co.
Kokomo, IN 46901
Domestic violence shelter

Kokomo Rescue Mission
321 W. Mulberry St.,
Kokomo, IN
Emergency shelter & transitional housing for men, women & children


Huntington House Homeless Shelter
(Community and Family Services)
576 William St.,
Huntington, IN
Emergency shelter for women, children & men (if part of family unit)

Jackson County, Indiana

Anchor House
250 S. Vine St,
PO Box 765,
Seymour, IN 47274
Emergency shelter – families w/ children

Jasper County, Indiana

North Central Indiana Rural Crisis Center, Inc.
P. O. Box #212, Rensselaer, IN 47978
Domestic violence shelter

Jay County, Indiana

Jayland Homeless shelter
119 E. North St.,
Portland, IN 47371
Emergency shelter for men, women & children

Jefferson County, Indiana
Refer to Jennings, Clark, Ripley, Scott counties

Jennings County, Indiana
Refer to Clark, Ripley, Scott

Johnson County, Indiana
Refer to Marion, Bartholomew, Morgan counties

Knox County, Indiana

Knox Co. Task Force Against Domestic Violence / Harbor House
PO Box #601, Vincennes, IN 47591
Domestic violence & homeless shelter

Kosciusko County, Indiana

Kosciusko Co Shelter for Abuse, Inc / Beaman Home
P. O. Box #12, Warsaw, IN 46581-0012
Domestic violence shelter

Kosciusko Fellowship Mission
PO Box 382,
Winona Lake, IN 46590
Homeless shelter for families & single women

LaGrange County, Indiana

Elijah Haven Crisis Intervention Center, Inc./ Safe Haven
P.O. Box #198,
LaGrange, IN  46761
Domestic violence shelter

Lake County, Indiana

Calumet Township Multipurpose Center
1900 W. 41st Avenue,
Gary, IN 46408
Emergency shelter- for men, women and children

Lighthouse of Hope
4620 W 7th Ave,
Gary, IN 46406
Transitional & Emergency shelter for men

Brother’s Keeper
2120 Broadway,
Gary, IN
Emergency shelter for men

Calumet Area Warming Shelter
527 State St., Hammond, IN
Emergency shelter for men & women

Crisis Center, Inc.,
101 N. Montgomery Street, Gary, IN  46403
Homeless shelter for youth

Gary Commission for Women
Gary, IN 46402
1)  The Ark- Transitional housing for women & children
2)  The Rainbow- Domestic violence shelter for women & children

Haven House, Inc.
PO Box 508,
Hammond, IN 46325
Domestic violence shelter

Capes House
662 Sibley St,
Hammond, IN 46320
Emergency housing for families

Claude Street Shelter
5515 Claude Ave., Hammond, IN  46320
Transitional housing for women w/ children or families

Lake St. Jude House, Inc.
Crown Point, IN 46307
Domestic violence & homeless shelter

LaPorte County, Indiana

Sand Castle Shelter for Children & Families (Citizens Concerned for the Homeless)
1005 W. 8th St, PO 8612,
Michigan City, IN 46360
Emergency shelter-families with children

Stepping Stone Shelter for Women, Inc.
P. O. Box #1045,
Michigan City, IN 43661
Domestic violence shelter

Lawrence County, Indiana

Becky’s Place (Catholic Charities)
PO Box 503,
Bedford, IN 47421
Homeless shelter for women and children

Madison County, Indiana

Christian Center Rescue Mission
625 Main St.,
Anderson, IN  46016
Emergency shelter for men

Alternatives Incorporated of Madison County
P. O. Box #1302,
Anderson, IN  46015-1302
Domestic violence shelter

Stepping Stones for Veterans, Inc.
332 West 11th Street,
Anderson, IN 46016
Transitional housing men & women

Marion County, Indiana

Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis, Inc., Family Support Center
1575 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St,
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Youth shelter

Coburn Place, Safe Haven II
604 E 38th St.
Indianopolis, IN 46205
Domestic violence transitional housing

Dove Recovery House for Women
3351 N. Meridian St. Suiite 110
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Transitional housing for adult women wanting to end drug/alcohol addiction
(317) 964-0450

Good News Mission
2716 E. Washington St.,
Indianapolis, IN  46201
Emergency shelter for men

Good News Family Shelter
2801 E. Washington St,
Indianapolis, IN 46201
Emergency shelter for families

Salvation Army Harbor Light Center
2400 N. Tibbs Ave.,
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Emergency shelter & Transitional housing for men and women with substance abuse issues
(317) 972-1450

Holy Family Shelter
907 North Holmes Avenue,
Indianapolis, IN 46222
Shelter for homeless married couples, single parents and & pregnant women
(317) 635-7830

Horizon House, Inc.
1033 E. Washington Street,
Indianapolis, IN  46202
Multi-service Day Shelter for homeless 7:00am-4:00pm

Freedom Center/ HVAF of Indiana
964 North Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Transitional housing for homeless veterans

Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis
1850 N. Arsenal, Indianapolis, 46218
Emergency shelter for families

Queen of Peace Shelter
2424 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN 46201
Emergency shelter for women (317) 916-6753

Salvation Army Social Service Center
540 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
Emergency shelter for women and children

Seeds of Hope
1425 S. Mickely Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46241
Transitional housing for women 18 and older recovering from chemical addition

Stopover Shelter, Indianapolis
2236 E. 10th st., Indianapolis 46201
Temporary youth shelter

Shepherd’s Pathway
5353 E. Raymond St., Indianapolis, IN
Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing for men, women and families

The Dayspring Center
P.O. Box 44105, Indianapolis, IN 46244
1)  Emergency Shelter for homeless families
2)  Wellspring Cottage- transitional housing for families

The Julian Center
2011 N Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Domestic violence shelter

Wheeler Mission:  Center for Women & Children
3208 E. Michigan Street,
Indianapolis, 46201
Emergency Shelter, meals and medical services and spiritual support for homeless women and women with children

Wheeler Mission:  Shelter for Men
520 East Market St.,
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Temporary emergency shelter, meals and medical services for the homeless and/or disadvantaged men.

Wheeler Mission:  Men’s Residential Center
245 N. Delaware St.,
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Provides residential programs, meals and case management for men in the addiction recovery program

Marshall County, Indiana
Refer to St. Joseph, Elhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte counties

Martin County, Indiana
Refer to Greene, Dubois counties

Miami County, Indiana
Refer to Cass, Howard, Grant counties

Monroe County, Indiana

Wheeler Mission for Women and Children – Agape House
400 S. Opportunity Lane,
Bloomington, IN 47404
Agape house (women & children emergency shelter/transitional housing)

Wheeler Mission for Women and Children – Upper Room Shelter
215 S. Westplex Ave.,
Bloomington, IN 47404
Upper Room Shelter (men’s emergency shelter/transitional housing)

Friend’s Place
919 S. Rogers,
Bloomington, IN 47402
Emergency shelter for men & women

Middle Way House
PO Box 95
Bloomington, IN 47404
Domestic violence shelter & rape crisis center for women & children

Shalom Community Center
620 South Walnut St,
Bloomington, IN 47401
Day shelter for men, women & families,

Stepping Stones, Inc.
2615 East 2nd, Apt. 4,
Bloomington, IN
Transitional housing for unaccompanied youth between 16-20

Youth Services of Monroe County Binkley House Emergency Youth Shelter Program
615 S. Adams Street,
Bloomington, IN 47403
Emergency Shelter for youth ages 8-17 who have run away, are homeless or in crisis or abusive situations at home.

Montgomery County, Indian

Family Crisis Shelter of Montgomery County, Inc.
P.O. Box 734,
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & their children

Morgan County, Indiana

Desert Rose Foundation
P.O. Box 1754,
Martinsville, IN 46151
Domestic violence shelter
(765) 342-7673

301 West Harrsion St, PO Box 1083,
Martinsville, IN 46151
Emergency shelter for families

Newton County, Indiana
Refer to Lake, Jasper, Porter counties

Noble County, Indiana

Noble House
205 E. Highland,
Albion, IN 46701
Emergency shelter for women and children

Pilot House
1126 E. Main St.,
Albion, IN 46701
Emergency shelter for single men

Ohio County, Indiana
Refer to Riple, Dearborn counties

Orange County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois, Washington counties

Owen County, Indiana
Refer to Morgan, Monroe, Greene counties

Parke County, Indiana
Refer to Montgomery, Vigo counties

Perry County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois county

Pike County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois, Knox counties

Porter County, Indiana

Christian Community Action of Porter County, Inc. /Spring Valley Shelter
2001 Calumet Ave.,
Valparaiso, IN  46383
Transitional housing for families

Gabriel’s Horn
792 McCool Rd.,
Valparaiso, IN 46385
Emergency shelter for women and children

Housing Opportunities, Inc.
701 McCord St.,
Valparaiso, IN 46383
Transitional housing- men, women &  families

The Caring Place, Inc.
3107 Cascade Dr.,
Valparaiso, IN 46383
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence & sexual assault

Posey County, Indiana

Mt. Vernon Homeless Shelter
P.O. Box 173,
Mt. Vernon, IN  47620
Short term transitional housing (up to 90 days) for families with children

Pulaski County, Indiana
Refer to White, Jasper, Cass

Putnam County, Indiana

Beyond Homeless
309 E. Franklin Street
Greencastle, IN 46135
30 day shelter for single women and women with children
765 301-9263

Randolph County, Indiana

The Journey Home
325 S. Oak St. 101, Box #5,
Winchester, IN  47394
Transitional Housing for Veterans

Ripley County, Indiana

Safe Passages, Inc.
PO Box 235,
Batesville, IN 47006
Domestic violence shelter

Rush County, Indiana
Refer to Decatur, Hancock, Henry

Shelby County, Indiana
Refer to Marion, Bartholomew, Hancock counties

Spencer County, Indiana
Refer to Dubois, Vanderburgh counties

St. Joseph County, Indiana

AIDS Ministries/AIDS Assist of North Indiana, Inc.
PO Box #11582,
South Bend, IN  46634
Transitional housing for men, women & families

Dismas of South Bend
521 S. St. Joseph St., 46601/ P.O. Box #4571,
South Bend, IN  46634
Transitional housing – for prisoner reentry

Hope Ministries
532 S. Michigan St.,
South Bend, IN
Emergency shelter for men, women and families

Life Treatment Centers, Inc.
1402 S. Michigan St.,
South Bend, IN  46613
Emergency shelter & transitional housing for men and women with substance abuse issues

The Center for the Homeless
813 S. Michigan Street,
South Bend, IN  46601
Emergency & transitional shelter for men, women & families

Youth Service Bureau of St. Joseph County, Inc./Safe Station Crisis Shelter
1322 Lincoln Way East,
South Bend, IN 46613
Runaway and Homeless Youth

YWCA Women’s Shelter St. Joseph
1102 Fellows Street
South Bend, IN 46601
Domestic violence shelter

Starke County, Indiana
Refer to St. Joseph, Jasper, Porter

Steuben County, Indiana

Turning Point Shelter
600 North Williams Street,
Angola, IN 46703
Emergency shelter for men, women and children

Sullivan County, Indiana
Refer to Vigo, Knox, Greene counties

Switzerland County, Indiana
Refer to Ripley, Dearborn counties

Tippecanoe County, Indiana

Lafayette Transitional Housing Center, Inc.
615 North 18th St., Suite 12,
Lafayette, IN 47904
Transitional Shelter for men, women & families

Family Promise of Greater Lafayette
2203 North 19th Street,
Lafayette, IN 47904
Day and emergency shelter for families

Lafayette Urban Ministry (LUM)
420 N. 4th Street,
Lafayette, IN 47901
Emergency shelter for men and women

YWCA of Greater Lafayette
605 N 6th St.
Lafayette, IN
Domestic violence shelter

Tipton County, Indiana
Refer to Madison, Grant, Hamilton, Howard counties

Union County, Indiana
Refer to Wayne, Dearborn counties

Vanderburgh County, Indiana

Albion Fellows Bacon Center, Inc.
P. O. Box #3164,
Evansville, IN  47731
Domestic violence shelter

Dorothea McGregor Family Shelter
907 S.E. 8th St.,
Evansville, IN 47713
Emergency shelter for families

ECHO Housing Corp.
414 Baker Ave.,
Evansville, IN  47710
Transitional housing for families

Evansville Rescue Mission
300 SE Martin Luther King,
Evansville, IN  47713
Emergency shelter & transitional housing for men

Life Choices, Maternity & Youth Home
2225 West Indiana Street ,
Evansville, IN 47712
Transitional housing for pregnant girls ages ages 13-21 or girls with newborn babies

Ozanam Family Shelter
1100 Read St,
Evansville, IN 47710
Emergency shelter for singles & families

The House of Bread & Peace
250 E. Chandler,
Evansville, IN 47713
Emergency shelter- women & children

United Caring Shelters
324 N. W. 6th Street,
Evansville, IN 47708
Emergency night shelter (men only) & Day shelter 8:00am-6:00pm (men, women & children), transitional housing for men

YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter Evansville
118 Vine St.
Evansville, IN 47708
Domestic violence shelter
812-422-1191, crisis line:  1-866-367-9922

Vermillion County, Indiana
Refer to Vigo counties

Vigo County, Indiana

Bethany House-Catholic Charities
1402 Locust St.
Terre Haute, IN  47807
Emergency shelter for single women, women w/ children & married couples

Council on Domestic Abuse (CODA)
1400 Hulman Street
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Domestic violence shelter
812-234-3441, crisis line: 812-232-1736

Light House Mission-Connor Center
1201 S 13th St
Terre Haute, IN
Emergency shelter for single women and women with children

Light House Mission-men
1450 Wabash Ave.,
Terre Haute, IN  47807
Rescue mission for men & married couples with children

Wabash County, Indiana
Refer to Whitley, Kosciusko, Huntington, Grant counties

Warren County, Indiana
Refer to Tippecanoe county

Warrick County, Indiana
Refer to Vanderburgh, Dubois counties

Washington County, Indiana

Salem, IN 47167
Domestic violence shelter

Wayne County, Indiana

Hope House
275 Grove Rd.,
Richmond, IN  47374
Emergency shelter for men with addictions

Genesis of Richmond, Inc.
P. O. Box #2430
Richmond, IN 47375
Domestic violence shelter
765-935-3920, 765-966-0538, crisis line:  800-886-4508

Wells County, Indiana
Refer to Whitley, Huntington, Grant, Allen, Adams counties

Whitley County, Indiana

Interfaith Mission
500 W. Business 30, PO Box 446,
Columbia City, IN 46725
Transitional housing – Singles, men, women & families

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