Programs and Services

Services Offered at the Family Justice Center

  • Confidential assessments and safety planning
  • Advocacy and support for primary and secondary survivors
  • Crisis intervention both in person and over the phone
  • Information regarding protective orders and assistance preparing a petition
  • Counseling services including individual counseling and support groups
  • Civil legal assistance and referrals
  • Resource room with access to a computer, printer, phone, and our resource library
  • Children’s play space (supervision may not be available)
  • Referrals to various community partners for assistance finding safe shelter, counseling options, medical care, housing and financial resources, and much more.

How do I receive these services?

Our services are available to victims regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, beliefs, or economic status. However, because we are a secure facility, every person must be screened for safety purposes before entering the building. We do see walk-ins, but we cannot guarantee that an advocate will be available. To set up an appointment and to be screened in advance, please call us at 574-234-6900. All services are free and confidential.