Homeless & ReEntry Helpers, Inc.
2457 E Washington  St, Indianapolis, IN 46201 - Map
(317) 635-0500 | 317-631-0500 Fax | Helpers@HRH.ooo
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Seeds of Hope -

Address, City, State Zip 1425 S. Mickley, Indianapolis, IN 46241 | View Map  HRH ID #: 370 
Main Office Phone | Fax 317-244-0203 317-481-0749 
Main Email Address indyseedsofhope@sbcglobal.net
Web Site Address www.seedsofhopeindy.com
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Topics / Services Offered Addictions | Housing, Transitional-Women
States | Counties Served Marion
Primary Services Provided provide transitional, residential living for chemically dependent women. The structured program gives them a strong foundation through a loving environment. This empowers them to lead drug-free, sober, independent lives, as responsible members of society.
Secondary Services Provided Daily 12-step (outside) Meetings: A twelve-step program is a set of guiding principles outlining a course of action for recovery from addiction. The process, in part, involves the following: admitting that one cannot control ones addiction or compulsion; recognizing a greater power that can give strength; examining past errors with the help of a sponsor (experienced member); making amends for these errors; learning to live a new life with a new code of behavior; helping others that suffer from the same addictions or compulsions. Life Skills Training: to teach or reinforce the basic life skills of cooking, nutrition, healthy living, cleaning, banking, money management, computer training, job searching, and much more. Self-Awareness (Thursday night in-house group meeting): to focus on you and your self-esteem. Self-awareness (without all the distractions) can make you more aware of the true values that you hold, and allow you to start living a life that reflects those. Key areas for self-awareness include our personality traits, personal values, habits, emotions, and the psychological needs that drive our behaviors. Relapse Prevention (Monday night in-house group meeting): concentrates on helping you recognize the triggers (e.g., stress? money?) to relapse, and the tools and preventive measures that can be successful in avoiding these.
Eligibility | Requirements 13 beds for Women only - Six months programs
Procedures | Fees $95 weekly. Meals & linens furnished
What We Have Available Now
Days | Hours of Operation Thrift Store 2010 W. Morris St. 46221 Mon- Sat 10am-5pm
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Volunteers Needed
Supplies & Items Needed
Additional Information
1st Contact's Name | Title Marvetta Cooperwood Director
1st Contact's Main Phone | Fax
1st Contact's Cell | Home
1st Contact's Email Address indyseedsofhope@sbcglobal.net
2nd Contact's Name | Title Beverly Brewer Administrator
2nd Contact's Main Phone | Fax 317-244-0203
2nd Contact's Cell | Home
2nd Contact's Email Address
3rd Contact's Name | Title
3rd Contact's Main Phone | Fax
3rd Contact's Cell | Home
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