Pathway to Recovery
Focusing on: Recovery Housing
Service Site: Pathway-1
Address: 2135 N Alabama, Indianapolis, IN 46202
County: Marion
Telephone: 317-926-8557
Fax Number: 317-926-2250
Intake Telephone: 317-926-8557
Pathway helps homeless individuals overcome addictive and mental disorders to become stable, financially self-sufficient and permanently housed. This is accomplished by providing three phases of substance-free, income-based recovery housing to nearly 100 participants. The entry level program “Pathway-1”, has a minimum six month stay and provides structure and support to 24-men. Successful discharge criteria is defined as: Substance-free (from drugs/alcohol), Mentally Stable (compliance with goal plan) and Self-sufficient (gainfully employed and paying rent). By providing peer-driven, community-based, substance-free housing and simultaneously addressing both addictive and mental disorders, participants can build strong foundations to sustain long term recovery, prepare for healthy independent living and placement in permanent housing.
Operating Hours: Monday-Friday 08:00 AM – 04:00 PM, Saturday N/A, Sunday N/A
Walk-in Hours: Monday N/A, Tuesday N/A, Wednesday N/A, Thursday N/A, Friday N/A, Saturday N/A, Sunday N/A
We are handicap accessible.
Wheelchair ramp rear southeast corner of building. Must call for entry.
Our focus is on: Recovery Housing
Our primary service(s): Halfway House, INARR Certified Level 3 Recovery Residence-24 hour credentialed staff supervised, life skills training available, no clinical services in house, Pathway offers three levels of substance-free supportive housing. Each level has different criteria with placement depending on status of housing, recovery, stability, employment and income needs. Applicants may enter advanced phases from other community programs and are not required to begin at Pathway-I., Residential Supportive Living, Residential Supportive Living – Long Term, Transitional Residential Services
We offer the following services: Access to Support Groups, Employment Assistance, Individual Counseling, Legal Assistance, Life Skills and Coaching, Recovery Support Services, Relapse Prevention, housing placement, budgeting/financial literacy, physical fitness resources
The gender populations we serve are: Male
The age populations we serve are: Adults
Unfortunately we are not able to serve: Pregnant Women; Parent with Accompanying Child(ren); Sex Offenders; Violent Offenders; Individuals with Certain Medical Conditions -Applicants must be able to participate in program and provide self-care. Violent and sex offenders are considered based on each individual’s circumstances.
The payment types we accept are: Charity Care (e.g. scholarships, donations, etc.), Recovery Works, Self pay, Sliding Scale Available (if uninsured)
We do not offer childcare at our location.

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