Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program
*CALL 911 IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER*
Domestic Violence Hotline
765-423-1118 or 1-888-345-1118. Available 24 hours a day, year round.
The Domestic Violence Program office has moved. It is located at the YWCA, 605 N. 6th Street (directly across the street from old office).
If you are a victim of dating/domestic violence, you are not alone! We are here to help you and provide support in a variety of ways. Click on the links to the left for more information about the services we offer for women, men, and their children living in Benton, Carroll, Clinton, White, Warren, and Tippecanoe counties. All services are also provided in Spanish. Todos los servicios están disponibles en español.
Donating to the YWCA Domestic Violence Program
Make an online donation to the Domestic Violence Program here
We program donated working cell phones to dial 911 and then give these phones to an at-risk individual to be used in times of emergency. We sell donated broken or outdated cell phones to a recycling center for cash to help the YWCA provide services in our community. You can donate your cell phones at the following locations:
•YWCA, 605 N. 6th Street, Lafayette
•Lafayette Police Department
•West Lafayette Public Library
For other donations, please contact a YWCA DVIPP staff member for current shelter needs at 765-423-1118.
Volunteering at the YWCA DVIPP
A list of current volunteer opportunities can be found HERE. If you would like to volunteer for the Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program, please contact Ericka Lee at email@example.com.
The Indiana VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender's custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the Indiana VINE system is (866) 959-8463. This service is provided to assist victims of crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.
You can make a monetary donation to the YWCA here.