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Website: http://doverecoveryhouse.org/(info)

Address: 3351 N. Meridian Street, INdianapolis, Indiana, 46208, United States
Countries served: United States
Geographic scope: National

Phone: 317-964-0450
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: DoveRecovery
Twitter: @doverecovery
EIN (Guidestar profile): 35-2120680

Type: Other non-profit
Status: Active
Faith-based: Yes
Adult focused (NSFW): Yes
Sex work positive: No
Female led: Yes
Sex worker led: No

About Dove Recovery House

Founded in 2000 with a mission to “make a positive difference in the lives of women recovering from substance abuse, including women who are homeless, uninsured, and financially unable to pay for help, by awakening within them a desire and commitment to change and to build a foundation for their recovery journey.” Since that time we have seen hundreds of women walk through our doors and make a commitment to their recovery. The uniqueness about Dove Recovery House is that we don’t expect the women to meet the staff where we are, but rather, we meet the women where they are. Currently, Dove Recovery House for Women is the largest transitional housing program for women recovering from addiction. Simply put, there are very few places in Indianapolis for a woman to make her journey of recovery solely in the company of other women. When she does make that journey, she is likely to do so at the Dove Recovery House for Women.
The Dove Recovery House is committed to empowering women to become substance free, self-sufficient, and healthy, by providing safe housing, quality programming and above all hope for their future.
Dove House offers transitional housing to women in recovery from substance abuse. All women, regardless of income, are welcome at Dove House. Core components of the Dove House program include:

Safe and Affordable Housing
Intensive Case Management
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment
Access to Domestic Violence Services
Supportive Services
Relapse Prevention Counseling
Family Reunification Services
Employment Placement
Daily Living Skills Coaching
Financial Management

Public facts about Dove Recovery House

Jan Diggins, Chair
Member: September 2011
Term Ends: 2016

Citizens Energy Group
6232 Welham Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46220

The Honorable Gregory G. Taylor, J. D., State Senator-Vice Chair
Member: July 2010
Term Ends: 2016

Gonzalez Saggio & Harlan LLP
135 N. Pennsylvania St. Suite 1740
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Carla Crowe, Treasurer
Member: November 2015
Term Ends: 2018
Crowe Horwath
3815 River Crossing Pkwy
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Ann Moreau, Retired Educator-Secretary
Member: January 2014
Term Ends: 2017
3544 Clearwater Circle
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Tom Ledyard, M.D.
Member: September 2010
Term Ends: 2016
Community East Hospital
2302 N Alabama St,
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Harry McFarland
Member: April 2012
Term Ends: 2015
HTM Services
5455 Leone Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Jeanne Kelsay
Member: January 2014
Term Ends: 2017
Kelsay Consulting
6208 William Road
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Erin Hedges
Member: July 2015
Term Ends: 2018
Hedges & Associates
2105 N. Meridian Street Suite 101
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Carol Lukemeyer
Member: September 2015
Term Ends: 2018
Data Sense
350 N. Street, Suite 801
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Lena Hackett, MPH-Ex Officio
Member: December 2009
Community Solutions, Inc.
846 North Senate Ave. Suite 218
Indianapolis, IN 46202

People involved with Dove Recovery House

Wendy Noe
Executive Director
Phone: (317) 972-4584
[email protected]

Celli Dugger
Case Manager/ Assistant Director
Phone: (317) 964-0450 ext. 102
[email protected]

Lynn Redmon
Case Manager
Phone: (317) 964-0450 ext. 103
[email protected]

Erin Heidrich
Case Manager
Phone: (317)964-0450 ext. 104
[email protected]

Chelsea Boggs
Client Intake Specialist
Phone: (317)964-0450
[email protected]

Residential Aides
Margaret Baxter
Julissa Molina
Ruth Nance
Laurice Ramsey
Trina Troutman
Marla Williams

Sex work focus for Dove Recovery House

Sex worker demographics focus for Dove Recovery House

Female

Accepts adult women coming out of prison with a history of substance abuse

There currently is a waitlist for admission into the Dove House, however we are always accepting applications and taking assessments. Once admitted in the program, immediate access to our resources are available. Some of our programs and resources are: intensive case management, mental health and substance abuse treatment, relapse prevention counseling, employment placement, and financial management. Paying rent is not a requirement to get into the Dove House.

Requirements for Admission:

Must be female, at least 18 years of age or older
Have a personal history of alcohol and/or drug abuse or addiction
Be committed to recovery
Agree to stay at Dove House for at least 90 days (Residents can stay up to 2 years if needed).

To schedule an assessment please call the Dove House at 317-964-0450 or send an email to Chelsea Boggs at [email protected]

Services offered by Dove Recovery House

Food
Housing
Healthcare

Safe and Affordable Housing
Intensive Case Management
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment
Access to Domestic Violence Services
Supportive Services
Relapse Prevention Counseling
Family Reunification Services
Employment Placement
Daily Living Skills Coaching
Financial Management

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