DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT, REHABILITATIONHLC

The Salvation Army provides clinical treatment and rehabilitation for men and women battling substance abuse and chemical dependency. Programs are in place to assist veterans, the mentally ill, transients, HIV/AIDS patients and the undereducated. Professional psychological and spiritual counseling programs are also available, and in some cases, job training, placement, and work rehabilitation services. Contact The Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center at 317-972-1450 for more information.

 

Bags-of-Hope-1024x570HELP FOR HOMELESS AND ABUSED WOMEN, CHILDREN

The Salvation Army provides a safe place for homeless and abused women and children in perhaps their greatest time of need. Domestic abuse and homeless shelters feature professional counseling, medical assistance, child care and assistance, job training and continuing education programs. Contact The Salvation Army’s Social Service Center at 317-637-5551 for more information.

 

PROGRAMS FOR THE HOMELESS

The Salvation Army provides a host of social service programs available to the homeless SA_outdoor_sign smallerpopulation, including psychological and spiritual counseling, job placement, medical assistance and basic-needs programs. This can include access to telephones, mail delivery, laundry, showers and personal storage areas. The Barton Center is a low-income apartment residence for those transitioning from homelessness to independence. The center, which provides supportive housing for families and individuals who need a social service component to keeping them independent, features 28 apartments, and 10 SRO (Single Room Occupancy) units. If you would like more information about the Barton Center call 317-423-2575.

 

men_officer_with_patientPROGRAMS FOCUSING ON THE NEEDS OF MEN

The Salvation Army provides residential rehabilitation services for men who are battling homelessness, poverty, unemployment and chemical and substance dependency. The Adult Rehabilitation Center operates and manages all local Salvation Army thrift and family stores. Proceeds from the sale of items at Salvation Army thrift and family stores benefit the programs and services of the local Adult Rehabilitation Center.