Partner Locations and Agencies
We work with these groups to to provide tutoring to homeless children throughout Indianapolis.
Coburn Place Safe Haven: A transitional living facility for domestic violence survivors and their children. Residents can stay anywhere from 6-months to 2-years.
Dayspring Center: Family emergency shelter for 1 to 2 parents with children. Families can stay for 1 to 3 months.
Indianapolis Public School # 14: Public elementary school that serves the highest percentage of homeless children in the city.
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN): Operates through a community of faith-based congregations to provide emergency shelter for homeless families.
The Julian Center: Provides counseling, safe shelter, case management, advocacy, and education for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises.
Project Home Indy: Provides a nurturing residential environment to enable homeless teenage girls who are pregnant or parenting to gain self-sufficiency.
Salvation Army Barton Center: Transitional/permanent housing option for families exiting homelessness.
Salvation Army Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center: Emergency shelter for women and children in need and women exiting domestic violence situations.
Wellspring Cottage: Transitional housing facility for families exiting homelessness. Wellspring is a facility operated by Dayspring Center.
Wheeler Mission Center for Women and Children: Housing facility that offers both emergency and transitional shelter for single women and mothers with children.
We work with Bridges to Success, an IPS & United Way partnership, to promote our students’ success in school.
Friends in the Fight
We join these organizations in the struggle to end homelessness.
Indianapolis Based Organizations
Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention
Indianapolis Public Schools and IPS Education Foundation
Indianapolis Youth Institute
Marion County Commission on Youth