Click here for an interactive map of domestic violence services throughout Indiana.
Click here for an interactive map of Batterers’ Intervention programs throughout Indiana.
ICADV uses Google Maps to show you where services are located throughout Indiana. Clicking the link above will show you a list of domestic violence shelters, transitional housing, counseling services and other programs designed to help survivors of domestic violence.
You can use the Search feature to find services by:
- Program name
- Type of service/s offered. These are defined as:
- Residential Program: has the capacity to safely house and feed domestic violence survivors and their children as well as provide crisis intervention, service needs assessment and provision, information and referral, advocacy, arrange for or provide transportation to shelter within designated service area … all day, every day.
- Nonresidential Program: provides crisis intervention, information and referral services, support and advocacy, face-to-face services in the client’s community, arrange for transportation to a safe place and/or other services as necessary … for a minimum of 40 hours per week, sometimes 24 hours a day.
- Transitional Programs: provide longer-term affordable housing and support services.
- Satellite Office: a small office in a location separate from the main facility. It does not meet the full definition of a residential or nonresidential facility as it operates less than 40 hours per week in the community and/or does not have access to services 24 hours a day or seven days a week.
- Batterers’ Intervention Programs (BIP): BIP is an education-based program that makes survivor safety its primary priority, holds offenders accountable and promotes a coordinated community response to domestic violence. The goal of a BIP is to provide men who use violence with the opportunity and skills to change the behavior, beliefs and attitudes that support their use of violence against intimate partners. Certified BIPs work closely with community courts, corrections and child welfare as they receive most of their referrals from these entities. BIP groups meets on a weekly basis for 26-40 weeks depending on the program. Furthermore, BIPs are required to collaborate with survivor service providers to ensure that the victim/survivor/partner of a participant receives and/or has access to supportive services.