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.
2/1/2017: Not even a year after facing a significant loss due to a change in federal HUD funding, Coburn Place Safe Haven faces another uphill battle to ensuring local survivors of intimate partner violence have safety and housing options and support services.
On January 19th, The Hill reported that the new Trump Administration budget would propose drastic spending cuts by calling to eliminate a multitude of federal initiatives including the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW). OVW implements the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and oversees grant programs.
To Coburn Place, the elimination of VAWA funds would translate to a loss of about $300,000 annually – about a third of its entire staff funding could be lost. VAWA grants support, from small percentages to large portions, 18 of Coburn Place’s 26 employees. Its program would be left gutted and struggling to provide the safety, self-sufficiency, well-being, and housing services it has provided for the last 20 years. “Our team is our program. They are our services and supports to the community” explains Julia Kathary, Coburn Place Executive Director. READ MORE