ELWOOD Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our ELWOOD, 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 ELWOOD, 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 ELWOOD Indiana

Elwood Community Food Pantry

ELWOOD, IN 46036
765-552-5570
Pantry hours: Mondays 6pm to 7:30pm. Wednesdays, Thursdays 10am to 12 noon. Must provide proof of residence through piece of mail, photo id, etc. Walk in, no appointment needed.
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Bountiful Harvest Ministries - Beauty For Ashes Transitional Home

Alexandria, IN 46001
8.81 miles from city center ELWOOD
765-724-3454
Provides transitional housing, accountability, and life management education in a nurturing environment to homeless women and children working toward self-sufficiency. Goal To help homeless women develop stability--emotionally, spiritually, & financially--during their 6 t
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The Christian Center

Anderson, IN 46015
14.44 miles from city center ELWOOD
(765)649-4264
The Christian Center's Rescue Shelter program maintains a 24/7  "no turn away" policy. Immediate physical needs are met, as guests sign up for beds, eat three meals a day, take showers and get haircuts and pick out fresh clothes. Men can stay up to 30 days, during which time Christian Center st
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The Christian Center, Inc.

Anderson, IN 46016
14.45 miles from city center ELWOOD
765-649-4264
The Christian Center is a non-denominational organization "Offering a Transformed Life to the Hungry, Hurting and Homeless" by providing emergency and long-term shelter for men, a community dining room, and community assistance.
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Stepping Stones for Veterans

Anderson, IN 46016
14.48 miles from city center ELWOOD
(765) 648-1101
Transitional housing to homeless and/or chemically dependent veterans. We supply the clients with a Case Manager(s) and L.M.H.C. You can not warehouse people and hope they become self-sufficient. You must have a program and staff it. With the cut-back in money for programs to teach life
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Alternatives Incorporated

Anderson, IN 46015
14.83 miles from city center ELWOOD
(866) 593-9999
We assist with homelessness in Madison County only.  Our first priority is domestic and sexual violence victims;Alternatives Incorporated serves all victims of domestic violence-women, children, and men. Our services are non-sectarian and include emergency shelter; transitional hous
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Third Phase

Noblesville, IN 46060
19.97 miles from city center ELWOOD
317-773-5100
Hamilton County's Largest Shelter, Food, and Clothing PantryProvides emergency shelter for Hamilton County residents referred by American Red Cross, Hamilton County; local fire department; Hamilton County Senior Services; Trustee; Churches; or HELPLINE. No drug testing is administered.   See more details

Family Service Association of Howard County

Kokomo, IN 46901
20.75 miles from city center ELWOOD
(765) 457-9313
Services24 hour crisis hotline 1-800-725-8177 or 765-868-3154Advocates trained in crisis intervention are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer questions and assist in crisis intervention.45
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Coordinated Assistance Ministries Inc

Kokomo, IN 46901
20.99 miles from city center ELWOOD
765-452-8963
Coordinated Assistance Ministries, Inc. in Kokomo, Indiana, which works with homeless, and keeping people and families from becoming homeless. The Drop In CenterThe Drop In Center is a day shelter for the homeless and near homeless. We see over one thousand people a year. There is
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Kokomo Rescue Mission

Kokomo, IN 46901
21.23 miles from city center ELWOOD
(765) 456-3838
Assistance office hours: Mondays through Fridays 10am to 3:30pm, by appointment only.Women's Shelter Single women or families enter Open Arms through a five night crisis shelter program. After this, guests may choose to join a program call
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Grant County Rescue Mission

Marion, IN 46952
21.58 miles from city center ELWOOD
(765)662-0988
The Men's Shelter is located at 423 S. Gallatin St. Marion, Indiana. Est. in 1987 (Main Offices, Kitchen and Men's Shelter)Overnight shelter is available for up to 40 men per night.A separate shelter area is available for up to 7 men with employment as
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