Domestic Violence Programs
Confused, angry, frustrated, terrified, uncertain – these could describe some of the feelings you are experiencing right now. You should know that all of these feelings are unique to your experience. There is not a right or wrong way to feel when you have experienced domestic violence. Just as there is not “right” way to feel about your experience, there isn’t one set of services that works for every survivor. This page will help guide you in understanding and identifying what set of services will work best for you and your family to move from surviving to thriving. The programs listed here serve all survivors of domestic violence, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Please note: For the health and safety of survivors and staff, programs have updated service delivery to comply with the CDC’s social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19.
The ways in which these programs provide services may change temporarily, but please rest assured we are all working to serve as many individuals as possible.
Please call the program in your community directly or check their website for the most up-to-date information.
The above programs are certified, accredited member programs of ICADV.
To learn more about becoming a member of ICADV, click here.
The following numbers are answered confidentially by a live person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
24-Hour Statewide Hotline: 800-332-7385
Línea directa estatal de 24 horas: 800-332-7385 Servicios en Español disponible.
Videophone (for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services): 1-317-644-6206
For TTY call 800-787-3224
The National Deaf Hotline
Open 24 hours/7 days
General Referrals and Information — 211
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ICADV does not discriminate in the delivery of services or benefits based on the actual or perceived race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation and gender identity of an individual. If you believe that you have experienced discrimination, you can file a report with the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (https://www.in.gov/cji/grantee-training-and-resources/ complaint form at bottom of webpage) or the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division (https://civilrights.justice.gov/).
Together, we can end domestic violence.
We believe that violence is preventable. When we come together, we create real change in the lives of individuals and in our communities. Join us in the movement to make Indiana a state that is safe, inclusive, and equitable for everyone.