A few years ago, because of the success of our Look Up and Hope program, Volunteers of America helped Sesame Street develop a character named Alex with an incarcerated father. Learn more about resources available for children in this situation.
Volunteers of America of Indiana provides therapy, rehabilitation, job placement, transitional housing, family reunification, and reentry services. We serve individuals and families affected by incarceration, veterans, the elderly, and those dealing with chronic addiction and mental illness.
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Behavioral Health Services
Our CARF accredited clinic employs experienced licensed mental health counselors, licensed clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and psychologists. We accept qualifying insurance.
Funeral Service for Homeless Veteran in Fort Wayne
In March, a homeless veteran died alone with no family to claim his body. But the Fort Wayne community collaborated to provide a formal military service for him, and we were honored to act as his family.
veterans in Indiana are homeless on any given night.
of Hoosier children have at least one parent behind bars - the second highest rate of parental incarceration in the US.
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.