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The Mission of Alice Paul House is to promote awareness of domestic violence, sexual assault, and victimization in our community through primary prevention and educational programs; to assist and empower all victims of crime; and to provide safety to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
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Protection Orders

To find out more information about available protection orders in our county, click here.
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Alice Paul House offers direct services to clients at no cost. These services include; individual and group empowerment counseling, victim advocacy and accompaniment in the medical and legal realms.

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Alice Paul House offers programs to community organizations and schools in Indiana County. These programs are focused on primary prevention and awareness for domestic violence, sexual assault, etc.

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Alice Paul House offers emergency shelter to victims and their children, 18 years of age and younger. Shelter is provided for victims fleeing a situation that would cause imminent danger.

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ALL SERVICES

  • 24-Hour Crisis Hotline Assistance
  • Emergency Shelter for Victims
  • Individual and Group Counseling for Victims of Crime, their Children, and Significant others Impacted by Crime
  • Medical and Legal Advocacy Services are Provided to Victims of Crime and their Children
  • Prevention Education and Community Awareness Programs Available to all Indiana County Students and Residents
  • Protection from Abuse Order Assistance
  • Crime Victims' Compensation Assistance
  • Crisis Intervention Volunteer Training

 

Alice Paul House’s leadership is proactively addressing the rapidly-moving crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic.  The health and safety of our clients and staff is a priority. 
We will remain OPEN at this time and continue to provide essential support to victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, other crime and juvenile offenders. 
We do ask that if you are experiencing fever, cough, chills, or other symptoms that you seek medical attention, and ask that you call us for services via phone. 
Our 24/7 hotline services will remain open during this time.  We encourage survivors who are looking to begin services to request an appointment by calling the hotline at 724-349-4444 and our team will explore your individual needs. 
At this time we are unable to take used donations, but continue to need paper products, cleaning supplies and hygiene items. 
We will continue to monitor information and guidance from our state and local governments at this time.
If you have any questions about our services, please call our hotline at 724-349-4444