Wheeler Mission

Indianapolis, IN

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Accepts men
Yes
Accepts children
Yes

Description

Shelter Services:

We offer women and women with children a 45 day program designed to assist them with basic temporal needs, like meals and shelter, while assessing the factors that led them to experience homelessness. Whether addiction, mental health, medical, occupational, or educational issues, ladies are encouraged to enter our other long-term programs that can help them with recovery, securing safe housing and employment or mental health care.

Winter Contingency Program:

The Winter Contingency Program ensures that every man, woman, and child in the Indianapolis and Bloomington areas can find a safe place to sleep and a nourishing meal during the cold months. Five months out of the year, November 1 through March 31 low barrier care is provided on a night by night basis.

Residential Programs:
Our womenÂ’s residential programs are designed to address the specific issues that contribute to life instability and, in turn, homelessness. The primary goal of these long-term programs is to walk alongside women and children as they either enter or strengthen their walk with Christ.

Foundations gives individuals a good, solid groundwork for successful, independent living by addressing specific issues that contribute to life instability and homelessness. This is a residential program designed to assist women to become independent through job training, job procurement, community connections and stabilization. Guests receive individualized case management, educational training in our computer lab, work therapy, career development and life-skill classes, spiritual training and counseling. Guests in Foundations who need additional support for mental health challenges are able to undergo counseling, medical care, and medication stabilization with a service team while the Wheeler staff provides added support through the day-to-day challenges that are often intensified with a chronic illness or mental health diagnosis. The goal is to have all guests move to safe, affordable housing within nine months, obtain a sustainable income source, mend broken relationships, demonstrate life change, and be involved in a follow-up program for up to one year.

Intake Requirements

Food Services

Meal Services:
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Soup Kitchen:
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Food Pantry:
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Educational Services

Budgeting and financial literacy:
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Adult educational supports:
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Child educational supports:
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Computers available:
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Adult holistic arts & activities:
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Children's Holistic Arts:
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Job/Training Services

Job readiness / vocational training:
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Resume preparation:
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Internships:
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Employment search / job fairs:
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Work clothing:
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Transportation assistance to work:
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Medical Services

Primary healthcare:
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Pediatric healthcare:
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Mental healthcare:
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Transportation assistance:
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Vision healthcare:
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Oral healthcare:
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Medications:
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Other Services

Showers Provided:
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Clothing and toiletries provided:
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Social Services/Benefit application:
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Flexible financial assistance
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Case management/resource coordination:
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SOAR Applications for disabilities:
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Contact Information

Address
205 East New York Street
Indianapolis, IN
46204
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