EDUCATION, PREVENTION AND TRAINING:
Community education and presentations regarding domestic violence and sexual assault. Law enforcement, human service and community organization training available.
812-379-5575 ext. 211
OUTREACH AND TRANSITIONAL SERVICE:
Individual intervention and support for victims, and their families, of domestic violence who do not seek shelter. Personal advocacy, peer support groups, legal advocacy, case management, and safety planning provided.
812-379-5575 ext. 206
Shelter capacity is 22 beds, although can be exceeded based upon need. Shelter program is 30 to 45 days in duration (based on extension requirements), housing women, men and their dependent children who have been victimized by domestic violence or sexual assault. Food, clothing and personal care items are provided at no cost to the client.
812-379-5575 ext. 110
ADVOCACY AND CASE MANAGEMENT:
Professional assessment, individualized planning, goal setting and advocacy provided for in-shelter clients and their families whom are working toward an independent and violence free lifestyles. Clients have access to legal advocacy, domestic violence education, peer support groups, an extensive community network of support.
812-379-5579 ext. 117
Advocacy, domestic violence education, school liaison, support groups, structured recreational activities and professional clinical assessments are provided.
812-379-5575 ext. 102
DIRECTOR OF LEGAL SERVICES:
24 HOUR HELP-LINE: 1-800-221-6311
Confidential information and referral database crisis intervention telephone line for domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Callers will be able to access thousands of resources across Turning Point's twelve county service area. The crisis line does not appear on the caller's telephone statement.