These are the most frequent questions we get from survivors and supporters. If you don’t find your answer here, send us an email from our Connect page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Everything you want to know.
If you are in a physically unsafe environment, please call 911. If you are in a safe, secure location, you can get in touch with Coburn Place 24/7 by calling (317) 923-5750 or texting (317) 864-0832. You will be put in immediate contact with one of our staff members.
Consider whether you would be safe to stay temporarily with friends or family, or contact one of these local emergency shelters and resources:
The Julian Center – (317) 920-9320 or email@example.com
Salvation Army – (317) 637-5551
Dayspring Center – (317) 635-6780
Holy Family Shelter – (317) 635-7830
Center for Women & Children/Wheeler Mission Ministries – (317) 635-3575
Indiana211 – 211 or (866) 211-9966, online database
The first step is to call us at (317) 923-5750. We will schedule a time for you to talk to one of our intake advocates. You and your advocate will work together to match you with all of the best housing and well-being resources from there.
Our waitlist for onsite housing is six months to a year long. At any given time, we might have more than 130 families awaiting onsite housing assistance. The waitlist for offsite housing is typically three to six months.
If you do not have safe or reliable access to a phone, we can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending us a message on our Facebook page.
Yes! Coburn Place was IPS 66, Henry P. Coburn. It opened in 1915 for students and closed in the late 1970s.
We have 35 apartments onsite. 15 single-bedrooms, 15 two-bedrooms, and 5 three-bedrooms.
On-site: Clients can live rent and utility free for up to two years.
Off-site: Clients can receive rent and utility assistance for up to one year.
Our support services are available to ALL survivors, whether they are on our waitlist, currently accessing housing support, calling or coming in during a crisis, or former clients who are now in permanent housing but still would like to receive emotional and self-sufficiency support.
No! Coburn Place serves ALL people impacted by interpersonal abuse, regardless of race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or religion.
No! Because our model is so unique throughout the state and country, Coburn Place does not place geographic restrictions on where a client originates.