Coburn Place Safe Haven

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604 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205 , Indianapolis, Indiana 46205, United States
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Offers housing program. Community based transitional housing is meant for those who do not face the need for a high degree of safety, self-sufficiency and permanent housing barriers. They offer advocacy and case management. Individual and group therapy. Support groups, victim compensation fund assistance, GED tutoring, education in health/wellness, childcare, substance abuse prevention and treatment referrals free of charge and with no admission requirements. Services offered for children include indoor/outdoor spaces for recreation/development purposes, advocacy and case management. Individual and family therapy, support groups, homework help, literacy, computer lab, anti-bullying programs, health education, personal safety, field trips, after-school programs, and job/career readiness.

Opening Hours
Monday
All day
Tuesday
All day
Wednesday
All day
Thursday
All day
Friday
All day
Saturday
All day
Sunday
All day
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People Served
Women with kids
Management Board

Joan Soller, Chair/Director, Resource Planning, Indianapolis Power & Light

Prerequisities

On-site transitional housing
Applicants or the head of household must be 18 or older, with or without children
Must be homeless due to running from intimate partner violence
Must meet the full time student exemption criteria
Income or assets and homeless status must be verified through 3rd party,2nd party or applicant self certifications.
Must meet specific income limits specified by the center

Community-based Transitional Housing
Must be homeless due to running from intimate partner violence
Must be employed at least part time and be verified through a 3rd party
Applicants or the head of household must be 18 or older, with or without children
Must be able to obtain utility services in their name
Income or assets and homeless status must be verified through 3rd party,2nd party or applicant self certifications.
Must meet specific income limits specified by the center

Services Provided
Case Management
Childcare Services
Computers/Internet
Counseling
GED Assistance
Housing Program
Peer/Group Support Services
Recreational Area/Activities
Referral Services
Employment Services
Job Readiness Training
Housing Type
Transitional
Medical and Treatment Services
Treatment Services for Substance Abuse
Assessment and Therapy
Health Care
Wellness Care
Training/Classes
Life Skills
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Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.