Coburn Place Safe Haven is the largest and most comprehensive transitional housing program in Greater Indianapolis that is specifically designed to meet the wide-ranging needs of survivors fleeing from domestic abuse. The program offers 35 unique individual apartment homes to women and their children who have left domestic violence situations. Each resident is offered support and resources to help them become self-sufficient and to break the cycle of violence in their lives. Each resident is paired with an advocate who can connect the woman and her children with valuable community resources, safety planning, and creating an action plan to meet each families individual goals. Supportive services that are provided as part of the program while at Coburn Place are individual advocacy, individual and/or family therapy, economic education, family development, child care, employment readiness, job skill development, GED tutoring, health/wellness eduation, business ownership training, substance abuse therapy, domestic violence support groups, comprehensive on-site children's services, direct assistance for basic needs, and follow-up services.
Mission: Coburn Place opens a door through which women and children fleeing domestic violence can find safe haven. Coburn Place transforms battered lives by healing painful emotions, teaching valuable life skills, and fostering financial independence and long-term self-sufficiency.
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