Lucille Raines Residence
Lucille Raines Residence is a facility owned and operated by United Methodist Women of Indiana. Many of the men and women, who are residents, are actively engaged in rebuilding their lives from substance abuse. They all share in learning to function independently and as whole people in life. Many are finding Christ to be the source of successful recovery.
Rent received from those living at Lucille Raines Residence provides approximately half the cost of the program. United Methodist Women in Indiana provide monthly support. Additional funds are received through Conference Advance Specials. United Methodists can give to Lucille Raines Residence through their congregation or directly to the Residence, which is a 501 (c) 3 corporation; all contributions are tax deductible.
The basis of the self-help program is a daily inventory of defects in character and the sharing of these defects with another person. It is suggested that a part of each day be set aside for meditation and prayer -- the end result being that one learns to turn his/her life over to God day-by-day. The support that grows out of the sharing forms the community that is the backbone of the program and becomes the strength which enables recovery to occur.
We accept clients through referrals from local counseling services.
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Carpool and bring your friends
Districts bring your United Methodist Women
Churches bring your congregations
Phone Lucille Raines Residence at (317) 636-3328 to make reservations for your group NOW!
Watch for them — they’re everywhere! The pins are the latest fund-raiser project for Lucille Raines, Lucinda Pins is a cause-related business dedicated to creating affordable jewelry of the highest quality for the purpose of bringing much-needed financial help to non-profit organizations and their causes. If you and your United Methodist group would like to be a part of this fund raiser, call Carolyn at 636-3328, or talk to Pat Hoover and ask how you can help.
Your monetary gift to Lucille Raines is tax deductible? United Methodist Women have carried this mission for many years. Now more than ever, as costs continue to rise, keep in mind that as well as the donations coming from the Church groups all over Indiana, businesses can be a part of this project. You can also arrange to have gifts donated in your honor for anniversaries or other special occasions. Remember, memorials are gifts that keep on giving.
Lucille Raines Residence
Carolyn Marshall, Executive Director
947 N. Pennsylvania Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204-1070