Hollys House Inc
Rating: 4.88 stars 16 16 reviews
750 North Park Drive Evansville IN 47710 USA
The mission of Holly's House is to provide a safe reporting location for victims of intimate crime, their families, and communities while providing support, promoting justice, and preventing violence.
Over 1500 victims of intimate crimes have been interviewed at Holly's House. After the interview clients are connected with additional services available in the community to support thier healing journey. In addition, over 5900 elementary school children in southwest Indiana have participated in our school based prevention program, "Think First & Stay Safe".
Soutwest Indiana residents who have been victims of sexual assault, domestic violence or child abuse.
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Geographic areas served:
Southwest Indiana, including the following counties: Gibson, Knox, Pike, Perry, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh and Warrick
Forensic Interviewing, Multidisciplinary Collaboration and Child Abuse Prevention. Victim Advocacy and Mental Healht Services are also available in our facility through partnership with other community agencies.
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As the mother of a victim, words can not express how thankful I am that Evansville has Holly's House. To compound our daughters plight, she also has Aspergers Syndrome. From the time we arrived to the time we left, this unbearable time in our life stood out as our first step to recovery. We felt somewhat enpowered to know that the truth was heard and no matter what happened in the legal system, the crime had been reported and was now going forward for prosecution. We, as all victims, are blessed to have a safe haven like Holly's House.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
by having a district attorney and a police investigator watching my daughter as she explained the details of the crime to the staff member at Holly's House.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them more resources financially and staff wise