A Safety net for Both Victims and Survivors

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What We Do

Our goal is to promote great opportunities for those in need all over the globe. We will come together to uplift, empower and encourage, to express our care and concern for those who need support from domestic violence.

Help the Homeless

Children suffer the most from domestic violence. We have partnered with several agencies to provide coordinated care to children, both physically and mentally.

Working with Survivors

Majority of victims of domestic abuse are women. Most are stuck with their abusers because they are dependent on them. We empower survivors of abuse through skills training initiatives to ensure they become independent.

A Home for the Homeless

We are taking families out of the street, one family at a time with our transitional housing program. We understand that the family is the unit of the society, and that no family should be homeless.

Each year over 160,000 requests for shelter by victims of domestic violence remain unmet. In Indiana alone, 183 requests for housing were unmet on a single day. Twenty-one calls to the state domestic violence hotline occur hourly. In the last year, 1200 individuals in Indiana received housing services, with nearly half being children.

We will dedicate our loyalty to the community by offering transitional housing in the future. The Comfort Home Place expects to improve many lives and be one of the elite transitional houses that stand out among others in Indiana.

Donate Clothes and Personal Items

We are always accepting clothing and personal care for those in need. That is why we offer a clothing drive every Wednesday at the Irvington Library in Indianapolis.

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“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”

- Martin Luther

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