Flanner House of Indianapolis, Inc.

Flanner House of Indianapolis promotes spiritual, social, moral, cultural and physical welfare of individuals and families in Indianapolis.

Basic Needs | Community Centers | Early Childhood | Education | Employment | Financial Stability | Health | Neighborhood / Community Development | Older Adults | Positive Youth Development

They support, advocate for and empower individuals, children and families by applying educational, social and economic resources that moves the community toward self-sufficiency.

Supporting Self-sufficiency through Programs and Services

Flanner House of Indianapolis offers an array of human services to help families and individuals living on Indianapolis’ northwest side become self-sufficient. They provide:

  • Counseling and information and referral services to all ages.
  • Educational services for children ages 3 to 12.
  • Social/recreational/education program for seniors.
  • Youth social development program.
  • Homemaker service program to individuals whose physical conditions prevent them from doing basic housekeeping chores in their homes.

Contact Us

2424 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street

Indianapolis, IN 46208

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Counties we serve

    Marion

Funds Allocation

Community Fund

$196,844

Donor Designations

$9,828

Other

$75,000