Back on My Feet Indianapolis
Mission: Back on My Feet (BoMF) is a national nonprofit
organization that is dedicated to creating independence and
self-sufficiency within the homeless and other underserved
populations by first engaging them in running as a means to build
confidence, strength and self-esteem.
Mission: Dayspring lovingly meets the basic needs of
homeless families seeking assistance and connects them with
opportunities to help them realize their potential
Place Community Center
Mission: Breaking the cycle of poverty through the compassion of
Habitat for Humanity
of Greater Indianapolis
Mission: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indianapolis joins with
low-income families and community partners to provide
home-ownership opportunities and build communities of hope in
Indianapolis as an expression of God's love.
Mission: To be a focal point for services and advocacy that
empowers individuals and families to no longer be homeless.
Mission: To provide temporary shelter and case management to
homeless families in Marion County.
HVAF of Indiana, Inc.
Mission: Our mission is to eliminate
homelessness for veterans and their families through prevention,
education, supportive services, and advocacy.
Mission: We stabilize low-income families by renovating vacant
inner city properties and giving the families the opportunity for
homeownership. We combat social injustice by building relationships
across racial and socio-economic barriers and we stabilize
community by the recycling of assets within the neighborhood.
Army of Indiana
Mission: To preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human
needs in His name without discrimination.
Salvation Army Women and Children's Shelter
Mission: The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an
evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is
based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God.
Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet the
human needs in His name without discrimination.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Mission: To serve the needy of Central Indiana with food,
furniture, appliances, household essentials and clothing at no
Mission: Guided by our commitment to innovative service and
compassionate care, Stopover has worked since 1970 toward the
enhancement of the lives of central Indiana's most vulnerable and
disenfranchised residents-youth involved in family crisis. We
provide a uniquely warm and welcoming shelter home, transitional
living programs, home-based and family-centered counseling, youth
support groups, a crisis hot line, and community outreach and
education. Stopover especially embraces those youth excluded from
traditional social services systems, and, in accord with our
grassroots and community-based origins, addresses each client as an
individual with unique strengths and needs.
Mission: Prevents homelessness by providing trained mentors to
individuals that face the threat of becoming homeless. The intent
is to build a trusting, supportive relationship that increases
stability in the mentees' lives, which increases the odds that they
will remain housed.