All services are provided free of charge to anyone who has experienced sexual violence, domestic violence, human trafficking, or stalking. In addition, friends and family whose loved ones may be experiencing abuse are welcomed to reach out for information and are encouraged to learn more about our Empowering Friends & Family Workshop. Our service area includes 11 counties in Southern Indiana and all services are provided to the general public and individuals residing in emergency shelter.
Available to individuals 12 and older who have experienced domestic or sexual violence, as well as friends and family. This program may address safety needs, concerns, and provide support and information through one-on-one meetings.
Available to individuals requiring immediate intervention. This program provides an emergency response via phone or in a safe location, typically in law enforcement and emergency room settings.
Available to individuals seeking emotional support and information as they navigate the justice system. Advocates are not attorneys, but may answer questions about your rights, help you prepare for each step of your journey, assist in filing protective orders, and provide attorney referrals.
Available to individuals seeking to find support with others. Support groups are typically focused and provide a safe environment and the potential to bond with others over shared experiences.