What We Do

Our goal is to provide Christ-centered programs and services for the homeless and those in need.

If you or someone you know is in need of help, please call or go to the appropriate location below or, if it is during regular business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Mon-Fri), you can also call our Administrative office at 317.635.3575.

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

If you need immediate help or services, please call 211.

 

Men’s Services and Programs

Men’s Emergency Services

Wheeler Mission Shelter for Men – provides temporary shelter, including intake case management and assessment, meals, medical services, and lodging, along with chapel services or elective classes for homeless and/or disadvantaged men

317.687.6795

Men’s Residential Programs

Men’s Residential Center – provides shelter, meals, and case management for men in non-addiction programs and those beginning and ending the Hebron Addiction Recovery Program
317.636.2720

Hebron Addiction Recovery Program for Men

Hebron – long-term, residential addiction recovery and regeneration program for men. Support counseling for families is provided for on weekends.
317.636.2720

 

Women’s Services and Programs

Women’s Emergency Services and Residential Programs

Center for Women & Children – provides for the physical, emotional, education, vocational, and spiritual needs of homeless women and mothers with children; also provides long-term, case-managed, residential programs to help women live self-sufficient and healthy lives

317.687.3630

Higher Ground Addiction Recovery Program for Women

Higher Ground – long-term, residential addiction recovery and regeneration program for women, which includes some counseling for their families
address withheld for security reasons

317.687.3630

 

For volunteer information, visit our volunteer page or call 317.686.6239.


9,477
Total lodging provided
22,064
Total meals served
44
Medical/Dental Appointments
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