Grant County Rescue Mission - Marion, IN

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423 S. Gallatin Street
Marion, IN 46952
: (765)662-0988
: grantcountyrescuemission.com
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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 they save money for independent housing.

Open Heart Women's Shelter:
1120 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN 46953
Phone: 765-664-9625
A separate extended shelter is available for up to 21 women and children per night.

The maximum age for boys at this location is 6 years old.

"My Home Apartments" are low-income apartments designated specifically for men who have graduated the program at the Mission and have a source of income. The apartments are an alcohol-free, drug-free environment and a great stepping-stone for men wanting to get out on their own, yet may still need the accountability the Rescue Mission provides.

The Grant County Rescue Mission and Open Heart Women's Shelter is the only homeless shelter for men, women and children. We are currently serving approximately 72,000 free meals a year. Our kitchen is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year and provides meals to anyone in need. In 2012, we provided over 17,000 nights of shelter to homeless men, women and children in Grant County.

At the Rescue Mission, we define homelessness as any individual or family that cannot provide shelter for themselves because of substance abuse, financial difficulties, behavior problems and physical or mental disability.

A separate extended shelter is available for up to 21 women and children per night.


ADDICTION RECOVERY

Homelessness and addiction hurt. But there is a way back toward home and healing!

In our free eight month long Christian residential addiction recovery program, up to 24 men at a time leave behind the burden of the past to embrace a healthy new life.
GET HELP:

    Men can contact us at 765 662-0988
    Women can contact us at 765 664-9625
    Visit us at any time from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 423 S. Gallatin St. Marion, IN 46953



Do you have items to donate? Contact Grant County Rescue Mission at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-17

Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact Grant County Rescue Mission at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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