Every person deserves safety and respect
Our domestic violence programs work to end violence and help individuals develop healthier relationships. We recognize that it’s difficult for many people to make major changes on their own. Our domestic violence treatment programs engage individuals who suffer from abuse, as well as the abusers.
Our batterer’s intervention program is designed for men who resort to violence. We also offer a specific program for women who have turned to domestic violence. These programs help participants discover and utilize the relationship skills they already have and learn new ways of thinking about how to be a partner or parent. Above all, our domestic violence treatment programs are designed to change destructive behavior and break the cycle of abuse.
Domestic Violence Survivor Counseling & Advocacy Program
The domestic violence survivor counseling and advocacy program provides free support for adults, teens and children. Survivor advocates are available in Marion County to guide and support domestic violence survivors through the court processes involved in obtaining a protective order and connect these individuals with the support and resources they need. Domestic violence treatment services are also available in Spanish.
Batterer’s Intervention Program
Women Who Use Force Program
Open Domestic Violence Support Group (Female-Identifying)
The agency’s domestic violence survivor support groups are completely voluntary and confidential. It is a place for sharing, support, hope and healing. These groups are for female-identifying adults who are currently experiencing or have experienced past domestic violence in its many forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, economic abuse and more. The support group has multiple options to meet weekly. Exact location and time will be communicated to attendees once registration takes place.
How to get started
To learn more about our domestic violence treatment programs or request services, submit the form or call 317-634-6341.