Who We Are

About Us

The Comfort Home Place was founded in 2019 by Twanda Jones to help women who are victims and survivors of domestic abuse. We are a safe place for those who are afflicted, including homeless people.

We help women escape domestic violence by providing them with a safe space to express themselves, and seek help, and also empower them to become independent in life.

We also offer holistic support to homeless families by helping them access resources to help them become rehoused.

The Comfort Home Place works with different stakeholders to address the complex needs of our clients that include security and both physical and mental health. Therefore, we partner with health and law enforcement agencies to ensure that our clients get holistic help.

A few words about​

OUR TEAM


We have been working with vulnerable people, each one of us bringing a unique experience to address domestic violence and homelessness.

Twanda Jones

Twanda's passion for helping abused women and children over 10 years ago. She managed to escape her 12-year abusive marriage with her 2 kids over 25 years ago. Since she has been determined to assist other individuals throughout the city of Indianapolis by encouraging and uplifting these individuals. She now gives support group meetings online and gives away clothing and personal items. She also helps clients get placement and sometimes financial assistance. Her ultimate goal is to get a building to house the victims in for emergency purposes. She now has her nonprofit which has its 501c3.

CEO

Twanda’s passion for helping abused women and children over 10 years ago. She managed to escape her 12-year abusive marriage with her 2 kids over 25 years ago. Since she has been determined to assist other individuals throughout the city of Indianapolis by encouraging and uplifting these individuals. She now gives support group meetings online and gives away clothing and personal items. She also helps clients get placement and sometimes financial assistance. Her ultimate goal is to get a building to house the victims in for emergency purposes. She now has her nonprofit which has its 501c3.

Sherika Jones

Sherika has worked in the hospitality area for over 15 years. She also has dealings presently with many unfortunate individuals in the mental capacity area. She has worked with misplaced and needy children for the last 10 years.

Assistant

Sherika has worked in the hospitality area for over 15 years. She also has dealings presently with many unfortunate individuals in the mental capacity area. She has worked with misplaced and needy children for the last 10 years.

Samuel Jones

Graduate of Ball State with a major in Accounting and Economics. Sam is passionate about the professional growth of The Comfort Home Place both personally and for the company and board members. Sam's experience has been with several Nonprofit Organizations within Indianapolis. Samuel offers his expertise with financial statements for the organization and helps with leads and valuable information within the nonprofit communities.

Accountant (CPA)

Graduate of Ball State with a major in Accounting and Economics. Sam is passionate about the professional growth of The Comfort Home Place both personally and for the company and board members. Sam’s experience has been with several Nonprofit Organizations within Indianapolis. Samuel offers his expertise with financial statements for the organization and helps with leads and valuable information within the nonprofit communities.

Christine Proud

Christine has assisted the homeless in many ways and has a talent for gardening and very crafty. She has a strong desire to assist the needy women whose been placed in shelter and escaping abuse.

Assistant

Christine has assisted the homeless in many ways and has a talent for gardening and very crafty. She has a strong desire to assist the needy women whose been placed in shelter and escaping abuse.

William B. Toler

William Received his MBA at Indiana Wesleyan University in 1998. He served in the US Navy from 1976 – 1984. He has worked for the U.S. Government (DFAS) since 2008 until present. Williams volunteer work is primarily in association with Ministries at his mega Church which includes assisting those in need of transitional housing (serving single mothers with dependent children), and assisting with the Food Pantry and clothing ministry. He has always had a special passion to assist the less fortunate in the ociety (Homeless and Hungry).

Assistant

William Received his MBA at Indiana Wesleyan University in 1998. He served in the US Navy from 1976 – 1984. He has worked for the U.S. Government (DFAS) since 2008 until present. Williams volunteer work is primarily in association with Ministries at his mega Church which includes assisting those in need of transitional housing (serving single mothers with dependent children), and assisting with the Food Pantry and clothing ministry. He has always had a special passion to assist the less fortunate in the ociety (Homeless and Hungry).