Project Home Indy is committed to providing a holistic and culturally sensitive approach to providing services and programs to young families in need. Unlike the more common maternity home model, PHI provides a long-term residential environment where program opportunities are structured based on a custom, person-centered case management framework.
We're searching for caring individuals to join our direct care team. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in social work, early childhood development, education, or related field. Evening, overnight, and weekend hours are available. Competitive wages and the ability to truly make a difference. Click here for more information.
Everyday donors and volunteers provide the foundation for our organization. Without you, PHI would not be able to provide support to young families in need. Learn how you can put forth your talents to make a difference today.
With no real place to call home, no stability, and no support, Bella came to Project Home Indy. Through PHI, Bella finally has supportive, caring adults who guide and encourage her. She feels loved. Project Home Indy helped Bella build her inner strength, realize her potential, and create lasting change for her family. Read more about Bella.
The Project Home provides a stable, healthy and supportive environment for teen mothers to excel on their path to independence. Residents also receive an array of health services and educational programs.