Coburn Place opens a door through which women and children fleeing domestic violence can find safe haven.
Coburn Place transforms battered lives by healing painful emotions, teaching valuable life skills, and fostering financial independence and long-term self-sufficiency.
Adult services include:
- Individual advocacy and case management
- individual and family therapy (provided to residential clients or by referral)
- support groups criminal justice/court advocacy victim compensation
- fund assistance
- address confidentiality assistance
- HopeLine cellphone assistance
- financial literacy and economic empowerment
- housing advocacy and education
- permanent housing placement and referrals
- GED tutoring and education advancement
- health/wellness education
- healthy relationship classes/groups pre-arranged childcare for appointments/services
- budget-stretching direct aid (as available) for food, medical, and transportation assistance
- employment/career readiness
- substance abuse prevention/treatment referrals
Income-based services include:
6 to 24 months of on-site transitional housing six to 12 months of community-based transitional housing.
“Our mission is to empower victims of interpersonal abuse - including domestic violence - to live as survivors. We have transitional housing at our building in Midtown Indianapolis, as well as in our Community Based Housing program. We offer an array of services to all our clients, including those on our waiting list.”