Consider giving 8 - 10 hours a month to support an individual coming out of prison and prevent her/him from going back. Monthly training sessions are provided and trained staff will always be available for support.
News & Features
New Residential Addictions Treatment Program
In a few weeks, Volunteers of America of Indiana will be starting a residential addictions treatment program for women involved with the Department of Child Services. In this program women will be allowed to go through treatment while living with their children.
Supportive Services for Veteran Families
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program, serving 18 counties in Indiana, provides help for veterans with families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
veterans in Indiana are homeless on any given night.
children and 467 adults were supported through Healing Families programs in FY 2013.
elderly renters earned less than half the area median income. We provide 90 affordable senior apartments.
Indiana residents were provided a continuum of services for ex-offenders, their children and families in FY 2013.
Volunteers provided 8,828 hours of service Helping America's Most Vulnerable in FY 2013.