Support and Reporting Resources for Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, and Stalking
This chart outlines on campus and community resources for survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic and interpersonal violence, and stalking. You will find the name, type, contact information, and availability of each resource. Please see below for more information on community resources.
Center of Hope provides immediate expert medical treatment, advocacy, legal services coordination and evidence collection and preservation for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. A team of sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs) and forensic technicians provide 24-hour coverage. A dedicated and private examination room is provided for patients, and specialized equipment has been purchased to collect and preserve evidence. Services provided at the Center of Hope are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. The presence of a Rape Crisis Center Advocate from Families First or the Julian Center can be requested for patients during this visit.
St. Vincent Hospital
2001 W. 86th Street
1701 N. Senate Avenue
The Julian Center has been providing services to people experiencing domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking for over forty years. Their core purpose is to assist survivors through collaborative advocacy and support to achieve long-term safety, stability and self-sufficiency. The Julian Center has carefully constructed a continuum of care to offer services for survivors throughout their journey. By utilizing survivor-defined practices, they meet survivors where they are in their own process of healing and support them in whatever way we can. All of the Julian Center's programs are confidential. You can reach the Julian Center 24/7 at 317-920-9320.
The Julian Center's 24-Hour Crisis Line provides survivors with access to a trained crisis interventionist to discuss options. If a survivor has questions, needs to come in to shelter or wants to enroll in our other services, the crisis interventionist can assist them. This support is available to survivors before, during and after they leave a traumatic situation. As always, if you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.
The Julian Center's counseling and support group services are designed to offer an array of therapeutic options for survivors to help them heal from domestic/sexual violence and stalking. This support is available to survivors before, during and after they leave traumatic situation. Services include talk and art therapy for survivors and their children in individual, group or family settings conducted by licensed therapists. They also offer advocate-led peer support groups for survivors who may not want or need clinical services.
Legacy House provides no cost trauma counseling and advocacy services to victims, families and individuals, of violence. Their counseling services are focused on addressing the resulting long-term trauma of violence and include crisis intervention, individual and family counseling, and support groups. They also provide victim advocacy services such as courtroom support, assistance with preparing petitions for emergency protective orders and victim compensation applications, shelter and social service referrals, and other support unique to the individual needs of our clients. You can reach Legacy House at 317-554-5272 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Eskenazi North Arlington Health Center
2505 North Arlington Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46128.
Prevail is dedicated to serving victims of crime and abuse in a confidential, supportive, non-judgmental environment that is meant to empower, educate and strengthen those they serve. By offering these life-saving services, free of charge, they help people move forward – to give hope for a life free of violence and fear – to provide care and understanding in crisis – to help make an easier path in facing life’s challenges. Prevail seeks to make positive change happen – in individuals and families, in our communities, and in our social systems. Prevail can be reached 24/7 at 317-776-3472 or during business hours at 317-773-6942.
Families First is a local agency providing a wide range of services and support.
Their sexual assault victim advocates provide free and confidential services including:
Phone and face-to-face advocacy. Advocates can meet with individuals in our office or at a safe community location.
Assistance with protective orders
Guidance through the criminal justice system
Community resource referrals
Support for loved ones
Educational and prevention programs
Advocates provide support to all survivors, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, or disability. Advocates are trained to work with the LGBTQ community and male survivors.
Services can also be provided in Spanish.
If you have been assaulted and are in need of help from a Families First Advocate, please call 317-634-6341 and ask to speak to a sexual assault advocate or call our 24-hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line at 833-338-SASS.
Families First offers free support groups to individuals affected by sexual assault. Support groups available:
Teen victims of sexual assault and dating violence
Non-offending parents of children that have been sexually abused
LGBTQ victims of sexual violence
Adult survivors of childhood abuse
Individual counseling is also available to victims and their families.