Our Services

Middle Way House works to empower survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, and human trafficking through a wide range of supportive services and advocacy.

While many people are aware of Middle Way House’s 24/7 help and crisis line and emergency shelter, Middle Way House offers so much more! Staff also provide our Building Healthy Relationship curriculum to middle and high schools students throughout three counties, host community educational events, train law enforcement and other first responders to better understand the dynamics of relationship and sexual violence in order to improve the process for survivors, offer support groups, and provide legal advocacy services.

If you need immediate help or support, call our 24/7 help and crisis line:  (812) 336-0846 Middle Way House provides equality of services and care to ALL survivors, without regard to ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, gender, affectional orientation, disability or income. Click on any of the links below to learn about our different services.


24-Hour Crisis Line

(812) 336-0846

Emergency Shelter

(812) 336-0846

Transitional Housing

(812) 337-4510

MWH’s 24-Hour Crisis Line offers immediate intervention and support by trained peers and advocates. Help is available in multiple languages, as well as TDD for the hearing impaired. (812) 336-0846
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Middle Way House provides shelter for survivors and their children fleeing violence at home. The shelter is a safe place available to families until they have found an appropriate, affordable place to live.
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The Rise!, which opened its doors in 1998, provides affordable housing for 28 poor and very poor, homeless families headed by women who have experienced life-threatening violence. Transitional Housing is a two-year program.
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Advocacy

(812) 333-7404

Prevention Education

(812) 333-7404

Legal Advocacy

(812) 333-7404

Advocates help residents articulate future goals, determine action steps and time lines for their achievement. They meet with survivors to track progress and make adjustments to the plan. Advocates provide information and referrals to local community resources and various social service agencies to help residents make informed decisions. MWH staff members offer Building Healthy Relationships classes in local schools to educate youth and teens about interpersonal and dating violence. Primary Prevention Coordinators facilitate workshops on primary prevention to organizations and groups interested in this service.
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Our Legal Advocates assist persons over the phone and in person with issues and questions relating to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, harassment, child abuse and other crimes. Advocates can describe legal processes and discuss available options.
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