Aurora Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Aurora, Indiana Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Aurora, IN and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.


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Active Listings In Aurora Indiana

Heart House Inc.

Aurora, IN 47001
812-926-4890
Heart House currently operates a 72 bed shelter and a 12-unit transitional apartment building. Within the bricks and mortar of our home-like environment, we provide a variety of social services to equip our clients with the life and coping skills they will need to re-enter mainstream society. S
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Bethany House Services

Cincinnati, OH 45214
19.18 miles from city center Aurora
(513) 381-7233
We provide emergency shelter, mental health assessments, transitional housing, and permanent housing.Emergency Shelter BHS provides a sanctuary for desperate homeless families in need of help to achieve stable housing and income. Our sh
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City Gospel Mission

Cincinnati, OH 45214
20.05 miles from city center Aurora
(513) 241-5525
Our staff and volunteers want to provide the best care and services to each person who walks through our doors. We look forward to hearing more about your needs and to working together to reach your goals.FoodWe serve hot brea
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David and Rebecca Barron Center for Men

Cincinnati, OH 45202
20.34 miles from city center Aurora
(513)721-0643
Shelterhouse offers the essentials: housing, help, hope to people experiencing homelessness. We provide a refuge of unconditional care and compassionate assistance for both men and women,  reaching out our hand to encourage and empower those without resources to move from homelessness a
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Grace Place Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH 45223
20.76 miles from city center Aurora
513-591-2246
Grace Place offers temporary transitional housing (up to one year) without cost to women - with or without children - who are in transition from homelessness. In a home-like setting, resident guests are given time and healthy, loving support to address the problems that underlie their homelessn
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Fairhaven Rescue Mission

Covington, KY 41012
20.81 miles from city center Aurora
859-491-1027
Fairhaven fills a vital community need, and its doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Help is available without charge to any individual regardless of race, color, creed or social standing.Men's homeless and emergency shelter. Services Provided:   See more details

Welcome House Shelter

Covington, KY 41011
20.89 miles from city center Aurora
859?431?8717
The Welcome House Emergency Shelter provides a safe place for approximately 30 homeless women and children. Guests of the shelter work with Service Coordinators and other Welcome House staff to increase income and access affordable housing while removing any challenges or barriers to success.<
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Tender Mercies

Cincinnati, OH 45210
20.99 miles from city center Aurora
(513)721-8666
Permanent Housing and Caring SupportTender Mercies provides more than housing. Each resident has his/her own room with a key. All buildings have round the clock staffing and residents are provided with ongoing support from compassionate and ex
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YWCA of Greater Cincinnati (Women) Shelter and Transitional Housing

Cincinnati, OH 45202
21.15 miles from city center Aurora
888-872-9259
Domestic Violence Shelter and Crisis HotlineThe YWCA provides safe protective shelter, crisis line assistance and necessary supportive services for adults and their children to move them toward self-sufficiency, independence and freedom from abuse.YWCA hotline advocates can provide
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Cincinnati Homeless Coalition

Cincinnati, OH 45202
21.16 miles from city center Aurora
(513) 421-7803
Office Hours: Mondays through Fridays 9am to 5pm.Need Help?Are you currently homeless or are you on the edge of homelessness? If so, there are a number of agencies in the Greater Cincinnati area that may be able to help you get out of homelessness or prevent you from becoming homel
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Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky

COVINGTON, KY 41011
21.17 miles from city center Aurora
(859) 291-4555
Winter Emergency Shelter operates November 1st- March 31st Adult men and women 18+ First come first serve with a KY ID.Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and close at 9:00 a.m. for Main ShelterSNKY is open every night starting November 1st regardless of temp
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Homeward Bound Shelter

Covington, KY 41014
21.26 miles from city center Aurora
859-581-1111
Emergency shelter for runaways ages 11 - 17 years old.Homeward Bound Shelter is a 24-hour emergency shelter location in Covington, KY, that provides a safe environment and short-term services for runaway, homeless, abused, neglected, and dependent youth ages 11-17.   See more details

Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women

Cincinnati, OH 45202
21.94 miles from city center Aurora
513.562.1980
Shelterhouse offers the essentials: housing, help, hope to people experiencing homelessness. We provide a refuge of unconditional care and compassionate assistance for both men and women reaching out our hand to encourage and empower those without resources to move from homelessness and de
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Serve City Chosen

Hamilton, OH 45011
29.72 miles from city center Aurora
513-737-9701
Chosen is a 24-hour shelter with 40 beds for men and 12 beds for women. Serve City is a Homeless Shelter and Food Pantry serving those in need in the Bulter County area.Serve City is an outreach center in Hamilton, Ohio, dedicated to serving the needs of Butler County's low-income and ho
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Family Promise of Butler County

Hamilton, OH 45012
29.80 miles from city center Aurora
513-444-2033
Family ShelterOur shelter serves families with children under the age of 18. We do phone intakes Monday through Friday between 9 and 4. Once a phone intake has been completed entry into shelter will be determ
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Haven House

Hamilton, OH 45011
29.99 miles from city center Aurora
513-863-8866
On behalf of Haven House Emergency Shelter, please allow me to thank you for your interest in our Christian ministry. Haven House Emergency Shelter, the only shelter in Butler County that accepts children and does not utilize government funding, has been in existence for 32 years.
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