Carla's story of surviving domestic violence with help from The Center for Women and Families Sharon's story of surviving domestic violence with help from The Center for Women and Families Jane's story of surviving sexual assault with help from The Center for Women and Families
The day the violence began against their son – that was the day Carla knew she had to leave. Hear Carla's Story
Sharon never imagined she would need help, but she knew where to turn when her boyfriend began abusing her. Hear Sharon's Story
After experiencing sexual assault she looked for help at The Center.
Hear Jane's Story
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Wear A Little Purple With Your Pink

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Learn more and get free download by clicking below.  Check out our event calendar to see what’s going on this month at The Center for Women and Families and join us!

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Upcoming Events

October 27, 2014 Lunch & Learn with CEO Marta Miranda
12:30 - 1:30 P.M. Join President/CEO Marta Miranda for lunch at our Southern Indiana Campus and find out the many ways The Center is more than just a shelter. You'll have this intimate opportunity to learn about our services and how you can make a difference. RSVP to nancy.chapman@cwfempower.org or call 502.581.7200.
October 28, 2014 Partying for Prevention, Part 2: Green Dot
Join us as we host a celebration, reception, and announcement of the conclusion and success of a 5-year pilot study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the violence prevention program Green Dot!
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Locations

The Center for Women and Families serves 9 Kentuckiana counties at 5 regional locations. Click here to find out where. Also find us on FacebookTwitter.

SPECIAL UPDATE:
The Center for Women and Families has temporarily relocated services from our 927 S. 2nd Street facility in order to complete substantial renovations to the building.   All of our services remain available. CLICK HERE FOR TEMPORARY RELOCATION INFORMATION.  There is no change in agency phone or email contact information.  Interim questions about services will be answered on our crisis line.   If you need assistance call our 24 Hour Crisis Line: 1-844-BE-SAFE-1.