Liberty Place

Our veterans occupy a special place in the heart and minds of Americans. As people who have been willing to put their own lives on the line in defense of the freedom and security we all hold so dear, they deserve the highest level of respect and admiration. Beyond that, they deserve a safe, secure place of their own to enjoy the fullest possible life back home.

Where Heroes Come Home.

Opened in the spring of 2019, Liberty Place offers these heroes a very special place to come home. This residential facility includes sixteen private furnished bedrooms and bathrooms plus a common area and recreation room, an exercise room, laundry area, outdoor space and more. Meals are available, with one meal served family-style each day.

Liberty Place is staffed around the clock with Direct Support Professionals onsite to assist with active daily living and medication administration, and to advocate for residents. These very special team members have completed a 10 panel drug screen and lifetime criminal background check, and receive training ins areas such as medication administration, PTSD signs, symptoms and responses, non-violent crisis intervention and prevention, nutrition, diet & wellness, first aid, CPR, AED, safe driving, HIPAA, environmental safety and emergency preparedness, cultural competence and positive behavioral supports. A Licensed Practical Nurse is also on staff.

Our location is within walking distance of a TARC bus stop, and transportation is available as needed. The secure facility is monitored by security cameras 24/7.

The monthly fee of $1,500 includes all of this — room and board, meals, basic toiletries, necessary transportation and recreational activities.

Liberty Place

Who Qualifies?

To qualify as a resident of Liberty Place, an individual must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a US Veteran with DD 214 or equivalent
  • Thorough interview and background check
  • No current illegal drug use
  • Must ambulate safely independently
  • Must be seeking active treatment for any diagnosed disease
  • Referral must come from a reliable source
  • Must need no medical assistance outside of basic first aid with the exception of medication administration

Because this program has been designed around the specific needs of our veterans, we have developed working relationships or gathered insights from the following:

  • Volunteers of America
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Veterans Court
  • Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana
  • Veterans Service County Officers
  • Veterans Community Alliance of Louisville
  • Kentuckiana Veteran Community Integration Coalition
  • Better Business Bureau
  • Wayne Corporation
  • CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities)
  • INARF (Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities)
  • Center for Nonprofit Excellence
  • American Society on Aging
  • Crisis and Trauma Resource Institute
  • One Southern Indiana
  • HUD (Housing and Urban Development)
  • American Legion
  • VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars)