New Hope of Indiana | Residential Services
New Hope of Indiana compassionately supports the most vulnerable in our community: those with disabilities, those dealing with poverty, and the underserved.
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Residential Services

We believe quality of life starts at home.

That’s why we offer flexible, residential services for people with disabilities. We have a variety of housing options that serve those whose needs range from assistance for a couple hours a week to full 24/7 assistance.

Group Home Program

Since 1989, we’ve operated 11 group homes licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health. Each of our homes serves 4-8 adults who live in a comfortable, personalized home. Our family-style homes are located in neighborhoods throughout northwest Marion and Hamilton counties, and those who live with us are valued, integrated members of their communities.

 

We feel it’s very important for the individuals we serve to have total access to their communities and their personal healthcare providers. We offer full-time transportation to Day Services, community outings and events, spiritual, and recreational activities. We encourage and support our persons served in getting out into the world and taking part in all they can!

 

Each home is supervised by a team of highly qualified healthcare and well-being professionals. Each home has its very own nurse consultant, dietician, pharmacist, behavior consultant, and highly trained direct care staff who all work together to provide holistic care, personalized to do what is the absolute best to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of each resident.

Each home offers:

Life Skills Training

Counseling & Behavior Services

Community Outings

Wellness Coordination

Nutrition Services

Access to Day Services

Accessible Transportation

Medical Equipment Assessment & Repair

Supported Living Program

Our Supported Living Program began in 1993 and is designed to support those who need assistance several hours a day or up to around the clock assistance. We can offer support in the private home or apartment of each individual, or in one of the wheelchair-accessible homes owned by New Hope.

 

Those who participate in this program may live alone or with one to three roommates. Our mission is to assist each person we serve in developing and maintaining the skills they need to be successful in their home and community.

Our personalized services focus on:

Life skills training

Community Outings

Meal Planning & Grocery Shopping

Banking & Money Management

Assistance with Personal Care

Accessible Transportation

Wellness Coordination

Medication Administration

For questions or more details call Amy Flint at 317-338-4535, or click HERE to send her a message.