Victim & Survivor Services
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Whether you need someone to inform you of your options, or are ready for counseling to start your healing process we are here for you.
We want to simply come alongside you on your journey to feeling better. We work with individuals and families who are referred by the Department of Child Services, Courts, those who Google us, and insurance providers.
We take pride in helping your family to move forward, and to fulfill child services requirements or court-ordered services. We understand the healing process and although the process can be difficult we will walk with you through it.
Our education is based on best practices that address safety concerns, and emotions caused by trauma exposure. We do not bash the perpetrator, but we focus on the healing, overcoming trauma triggers, and the safety of children.
Group Counseling: Currently our victim services, in a group format. We also have a support group for youth who have exposed to violence as a witness, and those who have directly experienced it. We foster an empowerment belief, promote healing, recovery, and healthy relationships. We have education groups, as well as licensed counselors who facilitate treatment groups.
Our groups meet weekly on Mondays & Thursdays
at 10 a.m. by enrollment appointment only. You'll only attend one class per week.
Individual Counseling: Individual counseling support allows survivors of violence, their children, and partners to process life transitions, anger, frustration, self-esteem, shame, guilt, and relationship challenges. Home-based services are limited for safety reasons therefore services are offered in the office.
Assessments: Assessments are better described as an evaluation of risk. A counselor will determine an individual, family, or child's environmental risk of being exposed to additional trauma from family violence. Moreover, this is a tool that will assist our counselors in giving you options for goals and community resources. Currently, assessments are completed virtually using Zoom due to COVID-19 precautions.
Bi-lingual Advocates: Our agency provides Spanish speaking advocates who will meet with you to complete assessments, safety plans, protective orders, relocation assistance, childcare location, employment, and more. There is also a weekly support group every Wednesday (by enrollment appointment only). Call us 317.222.5064.
Children are served through safety planning when age-appropriate, but no counseling services are provided.
ASK YOUR CASE MANAGER FOR A REFERRAL.
If you have a need for information, and would like to obtain it anonymously please call 1−800−799−7233 or TTY 1−800−787−3224. If you believe your relationship is unhealthy, we believe you and are here to help you find a safe place. National Domestic Violence Hotline Click Here for Help.
CALL: 317.222.5064 or Text 317.961.2012.
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