In 2002, a task force of community members, local government leaders, and non-profit agencies joined in partnership to address the rising issue of homelessness in Indianapolis. Their report, “The Blueprint to End Homelessness” established goals towards coordinating available services for the homeless, increasing communication among providers, and the creation of affordable housing.
For years, we have struggled with the lack of affordable and safe housing for domestic violence victims. Because of the shortage, clients exiting our shelter are often faced with a difficult decision – move into a small, unsecured apartment, or move back with their abuser. 34 North is our answer to our community's lack of affordable housing.
34 North is a supportive housing project with a dedicated case manager to coordinate services and referrals to other local area providers. Residents of 34 North may receive access to our food pantry, counseling and therapy, individualized case management, drug and alcohol assessments, and legal services.
34 North offers 71 apartment units ranging from studio up to four bedrooms. The amenities include walk-in closets, washer/dryer hookup in select units, dishwashers, kitchen appliances, off-street parking, fitness center, and free membership to Indianapolis Children’s Museum. The building also offers a computer room, community room with a flat-screen television, on-site community laundry facility, playground, secured entrances, and an IndyGo bus shelter located in front of the property. On-site management and maintenance staff are also available.
68 of the 71 total units are income restricted. This makes 34 North an affordable option for many individuals and families.
34 North Complex: Main Building & Vernon Building
How to Apply
For inquiries, schedule a visit by contacting the Property Manager at 34 North, (317) 283-4470.
Rear Parking Area
34 North / The Julian Center
3402 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208