img 317-923-5750
img 604 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205
  • Follow us:
  • RSS

  • LinkedIn

Want to hear firsthand how your support is changing lives?

Buy seats to Blue Breakfast on 3/1 and let Coburn Place graduate, Violet, tell you her story. Plus, you'll hear from Marlin Jackson, former Colts defensive back. Breakfast, program and inspiration all included.


Get To Know Us

Coburn Place offers supportive services and housing options to survivors of intimate partner violence. We utilize a compassionate model of voluntary/trauma-informed services to focus on the overall well-being of the person while addressing barriers to safety, self-sufficiency and permanent housing. This model is rooted in a deep understanding of the emotional and psychological needs that victims face as they leave their abuser.

Whether you are looking for help or wanting to get involved in supporting our program as a volunteer or donor, you can find everything you need right here on our website. If you want to speak with someone about our services  and/or housing options, or about how you can get involved in making a difference, please call us at 317-923-5750 or email us, and someone will be happy to assist you!

Watch this video to see how your support is empowering domestic violence survivors and their children. We are so grateful to Creative Street Media Group, which donated their services to tell our story.

We recognize that a holistic, professional, and compassionate program is essential for survivors of domestic violence. Your support helps Coburn Place provide essential services and housing options to help survivors become self-sufficient and to break the cycle of violence.

Coburn Place is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, tax ID #37-1421922.

Celebrating 20 Years

CP 20years logoIn 1996, you may have been driving around in a new car that cost $16,300, singing along to Mariah Carey and Boyz to Men, on the way to the gas station to fill up for $1.15/gallon. Your favorite TV shows were probably “E.R”, “Seinfeld” and “Friends”. Hillary Clinton was living at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as First Lady. Oprah started her famous book club. The minimum wage was raised to $5.15/hour.

And Indianapolis strengthened its efforts to end domestic violence in our community. Coburn Place opened its doors to five adults and 14 children on 12/28/1996 .

The players were many and the stakes were high. (Read a more detailed account of the history here.) Coburn Place was born, creating the first transitional housing units for domestic violence victims in central Indiana. Community advocates hailed it as the “culmination of a dream”.

Since that day in 1996, more than 1700 adults and children have called Coburn Place their home. 1700 lives have been touched by your generosity. We are so very grateful. Follow along on social media with #20YearsOfCPSH. So many thanks to the studio for our 20th anniversary logo!

  • La Toya
    • Coburn Place Graduate

    Coburn Place is transitional housing and its exactly what I did. I transitioned into a stronger and better woman for myself and my kids. I didn’t know I had it in me. I learned to be self sufficient, learned to know which battles to fight, how to fight them, and when to fight them.”

  • Juana
    • Coburn Place Graduate

    “Coburn Place saved my life. When someone doesn’t have a support system and then all of a sudden a whole building of people are there for you it changes your life. Because of Coburn Place I learned what I wanted and what I didn’t want in my life and how to fight for that. Now I’m a married woman. I have a great job with Wishard, and I have been drug-free for five years. I have paid off my car this past tax season, and we are working with Rebuilding the Walls to be rebuild our credit and buy a home for our daughter –that’s our dream. Thank you Coburn Place for helping me and guiding me onto the right path.”