If you have questions or need help, please call the
Domestic Violence Crisis Line at (260) 447-7233 or (800) 441-4073. We are here to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Safety Alert: If you are in danger, please use a safe computer to read about domestic violence (such as computers located in public libraries). There is always a computer trail, but you can exit this site quickly by clicking on the "quick escape" link.
Community Programs provide crisis intervention services to women, men, teens, and children victimized by domestic violence who do not require emergency shelter or who are not ready to seek shelter. Case managers are available to assist clients with the following:
Assistance navigating the legal system (including protective orders)
Domestic violence education
Help identifying options and resources
Assistance through referrals
Access to a computer lab
Services for children
YWCA Community Programs provide support and information to those impacted by domestic violence in their home communities so they may be empowered to make decisions about their futures.
Women's Empowerment Support Group is also for available for our Community Programs clients. This group is for survivors of domestic violence to come together with other women also that are living in the cycle of violence and/or have left a domestic violence relationship for support. For information on this group, please call our administrative office at (260) 424-4908
For more information on Community Programs, please contact us at (260) 424-4908.
Not sure if you are experiencing domestic or dating violence? Check out our Domestic Violence Brochure for a quiz to see if you have reason to be concerned.