Middle Way House envisions a community where individuals live free from violence and the threat of violence; a community characterized by equality between women and men and social and economic justice; a community where everyone’s contribution is honored and individual and group differences are valued; a community where everyone is adequately fed, housed, educated and employed; a community that provides opportunities for meaningful participation, personal growth, and creative expression.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN A VICTIM OF VIOLENCE the first thing you need to consider is your own safety. Contact Middle Way House at (812) 336-0846 and we can tell you about options for safe housing, community resources, counseling, legal advocates, and support groups. If you do not live in South Central Indiana, you can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline for services in your area at 1-800-799-7233.
ANYONE CAN BE A VICTIM of domestic violence: rich ... poor ... old ... young... married ... single ... Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, Native American ... professionals ... unemployed people ... celebrities. Though both women and men can be a victim, the vast majority of victims are women. Click here to learn more.