Where to go for help

In an emergency situation or if you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

Indianapolis Resources

IMPD Victim Assistance Unit

Provides crisis intervention, emotional support to victims and families in crisis, referrals to support groups, housing facilities, and agencies that provide medical and mental health services, and financial support.

visit website | call us (317.327.3331)

Ascent 121

Programs provide a continuum of care that allow participants to move back and forth between program settings throughout their treatment process. Our continuum utilizes a multi-phase treatment approach that can be provided in multiple settings, allowing us to provide comprehensive treatment in the least restrictive setting as determined by individual risk and need.

visit website | email us | call us (317.759.0067)

Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault (ICESA)

Resource List includes a list of organizations, arranged by county, that are invaluable resources to those impacted by sexual violence. Many offer 24-hour crisis hotlines, as well as information on legal advocacy and community outreach.

visit website | call us (317.624.2370)

National Resources

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
visit website
Family Advocacy Division

Professionals provide a mental health and child welfare support network for child victims and their families, to include crisis intervention, referrals, and other assistance.

visit website | call us (1.800.394.2255)


Volunteers are parents of children who were once missing or have been sexually exploited. With this knowledge and experience, they are able to offer peer and emotional support to families.

visit website | call us (1.855.305.4673)


Members of the public are encouraged to report information regarding possible child sexual exploitation to the CyberTipline.

visit website | call us (1.800.843.5678)

Child Help USA Hotline

A 24-hour hotline dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. It offers crisis intervention information, literature and referrals to local emergency social service, and support resources.

visit website | call us (1.800.422.4453)

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)

A federal office that provides funding to support victim assistance and compensation programs. OVC’s website provides victims with information, resources, and a directory of crime victim services.

visit website | call us (1.800.851.3420)

National Human Trafficking Hotline

call us (1.888.373.7888)

National Suicide Hotline

call us (1.800.273.8255)