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Middle Way House

Address: 338 S. Washington St.
Phone: (812) 333-7404, (812) 336-0846 (crisis line)
About: Middle Way House is an emergency shelter that provides services to protect and help women who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and women who feel they are in danger. Services include a safe place to stay, case management, inhouse children's programs, legal advocacy. There is also a transitional housing program called The Rise which has self-contained apartments for families leaving abusive relationships.  Women and their children can stay at The Rise for up to two years.

Backstreet Missions

Address: 215 Westplex Ave.
Phone: (812) 333-1905
About: A men's shelter with services including a crisis and 12 month housing program, meals, the provision of clothing, ministry to spiritual needs, job and life skill training, GED classes, and employment and volunteer opportunities.

Martha's House

Address: 1010 S. Walnut St. (office), 919 S.Rogers (Shelter)
Phone: (812) 335-6841; (812) 332-1444 (office)
About: An emergency shelter with 28 beds for homeless men and women. Services provided include case management, food, and clothing. Opens at 4:30 pm

Bloomington Catholic Worker

Address: 573 & 577 Graham Place
Phone: (812) 339-4456
About: We offer short-term, home-based hospitality to people facing homelessness.

Hannah House Maternity Home

Address: 808 N. College Ave.
Phone: (812) 334-2662
About: A comprehensive residential program or pregnant women and teenagers. Offers access to prenatal and pediatric care. Also offers life skills training and assistance in achieving longer-term educational and career goals.

Bloomington Housing Authority

Address: 1007 N. Summit St.
Phone: (812) 339-3491
About: Subsidized housing, Section 8, Public Housing. Cost varies to income eligible.

Housing and Neighborhood Development

Address: 401 N. Morton Street, Ste. 130
Phone: (812) 349-3420
About: Creates affordable housing opportunities in the City of Bloomington by working through its partnerships with local non-profit and for-profit developers and through its in-house housing programs. HAND provides housing counseling to individuals with housing needs or difficulties and provides a variety of learning opportunities for the community on housing related issues. In addition, HAND enforces the Property Maintenance Code and the City's weed and trash ordinances.

South Central Community Action Program, Inc.

Address: 1500 W. 15th St.
Phone: (812) 339-3447
About: State and federal anti-poverty programs for low income individuals and families. Weatherization Assistance, Energy Assistance, Owner Occupied Rehabilitation, Section 8 rent subsidy program.

Stepping Stones

Address: PO Box 1366
Phone: (812) 339-9771
About: Transitional housing program and supportive service for homeless young people aged 16-20.

Youth Services Bureau

Address: 615 S. Adams St.
Phone: (812) 349-2506
About: Provides short-term residential care and crisis intervention for youth ages 8-17.  Provides other services as well.  Legal and court-related services