About Third Phase
Hurting people come to this center for help with their problems. They come by the hour, the day, the week, and by the month. They also come continually by telephone and by mail.
By the hour, we minister to people who can't cope, who are bitter, full of hatred, fearful and depressed.
To "live-in" at the present time, you must be female and 18 years or older. Pregnant girls may be a part of the "live-in" program provided they can make arrangements for medical care and the transportation which is necessary.
Girls may be sent by judges for a specific amount of time. They are sent sometimes from jail as a last chance to change. Most come through family, friends, and pastors that know about the program. There is a required interview to see if the girl wants to come. This needs to be the decision of the girl, herself.
We also provide an oasis for ministers and their wives by providing a place to let God minister to them.
Girls 18 and over may find a place to live here while they work. All the house rules apply to them, too.
People desperate for food are helped from our pantry on a one-time basis. Our second-hand store has clothes for all ages and sells them for next to nothing.
Third Phase provides hungry families with food and household supplies, and emergency shelter.
Women and children who have no other place to go can find shelter at this historic home near Noblesville Indiana.
Third Phase is a Red Cross emergency shelter as well as being a distribution center for a local foodbank.
Volunteers help with daily deliveries of food both to and from Third Phase.