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Friday, March 27 2020

The past couple of weeks have likely felt unprecedented, unsettling, and uncertain. A few things stay the same, though, including that many people still need hope, healing, and help and that Safe Passage and Safe Place are still here, providing hope, healing and help.  

 

Domestic and sexual violence services have remained essential services and while we are taking every precaution we can, we are still providing all of our services.  

  • Emergency shelter 

  • The ability to talk to a supportive domestic/sexual violence specialist 24/7/365 through our helpline 

  • Sexual assault response 

  • Domestic and sexual violence education 

  • Protective order assistance 

  • Referrals to financial, legal, housing, supportive services, and any other resource you may need 

 

You may also see some new things happening with our services.  

  • Video meetings with advocates and case managers through Zoom 

  • Online Authors & Activists book club meetings through Zoom 

  • Self-Coffee Breaks livestreamed on our FaceBook page with 10 minute self-care activities 

 

Even when the rest of the world seems on hold, doesn’t mean that healing and new growth can’t happen. Continue to reach out to us during this time. We are happy to walk with you, whether together or from a distance. Continue to share our number (812.932.7233) and information. It is so needed during this time.  

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Safe Place Sexual Assault Center
PO Box 235
Batesville, Indiana 47006
812-932-SAFE (7233)
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This project is supported in part (or in whole) by grant, 03215VAGX006403 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Views contained herein are those of the author and do not represent the position of USDOJ or ICJI.