Our Work


Foundations serves men who are homeless, either in sheltered circumstances or under unstable conditions.  Program leaders provide Godly counsel while guiding participants through the steps and processes that will help them achieve stability and independence.  Bible study and spiritual mentoring is combined with individualized practical assistance in setting personal goals and being held accountable for achieving them.  Men work on spiritual, financial, interpersonal, and work-related goals all aimed at growing in maturity and responsibility. We are actively working toward establishing supportive housing that will reinforce these goals, training men to be stable leaders in their homes and communities.


The Lynay Community Resource Center is a multipurpose facility housing a circle of services addressing poverty issues in Morgan County Indiana as well as some community ministry space. It is a collaborative effort of churches and individuals who, inspired by the Morgan County Bridges Out of Poverty initiative, are striving to facilitate a more sustainable community.

Current programming includes men’s outreach coaching sessions, recovery group meetings, and job and career exploration opportunities. The Maggie Bag Boutique and the production and distribution facilities for all of our Maggie Bags are also located in the Lynay Center.

The Lynay Center and the Magdalene House are both located in the same building, with separate entrances and facilities.


The Magdalene House is a shelter for homeless single women who do not meet the criteria for admission into other area shelters. It provides shelter and supportive services for up to 16 women. Additional shelter is also provided at the Pike Street Bridge for women who have made significant progress on their individualized stability plans.

Our faith-based program provides much more than food and shelter as women prepare and work through an individualized stability plan. Depending upon the individual need programming includes educational opportunities, specific job readiness skills, health & wellness, transportation resources, mental health services, addiction recovery programming, spiritual guidance and other support services – all designed to assure that women are stepping out on firm ground when they leave.

To reach the Magdalene House call (765) 343-8030

The Maggie Bag Project is a sustainability initiative that combines the efforts of Magdalene House residents with those of partners from near and far to produce beautiful handbags.   Learn More


Help bring stability to others by making a donation

If you wish to give by a personal check, make your check payable to
Stability First
P.O. Box 1452 Martinsville, IN 46151

Donate Now

Our Sponsors