Indianapolis / Marion County
In Indianapolis, the Salvation Army operates seven corps and centers of service in addition to two residential complexes that provide affordable housing to low-income and elderly residents. View a map of Salvation Army locations in Indianapolis.
Salvation Army Harbor Light Center
2400 N. Tibbs Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46222; 317-972-1450
Medically supervised detoxification, addiction treatment and rehabilitation and more are the focus of the staff of the Salvation Army Harbor Light Center.
Salvation Army Social Service Center
540 N. Alabama St. Indianapolis, IN 46204; 317-637-5551
The downtown center has its doors open 24 hours a day for homeless and abused women and their children and provides emergency shelter, medical attention and social services in a safe, protected and secure environment.
Salvation Army Center City Corps
234 E. Michigan St. Indianapolis, IN 46204; 317-637-5551
The city’s downtown worship center provides spiritual and emotional guidance and assistance.
Salvation Army Eagle Creek Corps
4400 N. High School Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46254; 317-299-4454
Our westside Indianapolis corps providing community-based programming and social services plus worship opportunities on Sundays and throughout the week.
Salvation Army Fountain Square Corps
1337 Shelby St. Indianapolis, IN 46203; 317-632-0156
Our southside Indianapolis corps providing community-based programming and social services plus worship opportunities on Sundays and throughout the week.
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
711 E. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46202; 317-638-6585
Our west Washington Street center provides six-month residential rehabilitation programs for more than 1,000 men each year who seek the Salvation Arrmy’s help to bridge the gap between need, addiction and poverty and self-sufficient lifestyles. Find out more on the ARC website.
Salvation Army Booth Manor Apartments (317) 388-9445
Salvation Army Center City Residence (317) 917-0334
Salvation Army Barton Center (317) 423-2575
All of these communities provide affordable housing for low-income families. For more information call the phone numbers listed above.