Alice Paul House has been providing services to victims/survivors of domestic violence; sexual assault; other serious crimes; and juvenile offenders, for more than 35 years. We provide services to all men, women and children regardless of age, sex, ethnic background or sexual orientation. These services are provided at no cost to victims, and are CONFIDENTIAL.
APH Mission Statement
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.
In February of 1979 Mary J. Banks met with Lenore Patton to discuss the need to establish a crisis shelter for the Indiana community.
Alice Paul House was founded on March 1, 1982. The original shelter was run out of Mary’s own home. Soon she realized that the need for the shelter within the community was far greater than her home could provide.
1983 - 2015
Alice Paul House services expand to include victims of sexual assault, other crime, and victims of crime committed by juvenile offenders; as well as educational outreach.
Alice Paul House continues to expand their services to meet the needs of the men, women, and children victims/survivors and significant others of Indiana County.
Click here to see the progress in Alice Paul house's new construction.
"...so frightened and injured, she called me to save her."
Click here to read a story from the founder of APH "in her own words".
"Through the help of Alice Paul House, they helped me and my family obtain a Protection From Abuse Order and provided me with counseling and advocacy services."
Click here to read a story from an abuse survivor that was helped by APH.
Board of Directors
Millie Glinsky, President
Evan Strittmatter, Vice President
Lynne Schiefer, Secretary
Kelly Berfield, Treasurer
Audia Boyles, Executive Director
Maria Lawer Jack, Member Emeritus
Christine Toretti, Member Emeritus
Anne White, Member Emeritus
Audia Boyles- Executive Director
Kate - Education Advocate 1
Jamie - Education Advocate 1
Whitney - Administrative Coordinator
Rebecca - Shelter Advocate 1
Carolann - Shelter Advocate 2
Paula - Fiscal Coordinator
Elizabeth - Victim Advocate 1
Kayla - Counselor Coordinator
Cheyenne - Victim Advocate 1
Roxie - Direct Services Coordinator
Aprile - Victim Advocate 1
Darius - Shelter Advocate 1
Chris - Education Advocate 1
Cody - Shelter Advocate 1
Judy - Victim Advocate On-Call
Tim - Counselor Advocate 2
Erin - Victim Advocate 2
Patricia - Victim Advocate Coordinator
Henry - Shelter Advocate 1