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Colts and Irsay Family Support Domestic Violence Charities; Invite Fans to Join

Since moving to Indiana 30 years ago, the Indianapolis Colts have supported thousands of charitable organizations addressing hundreds of important community needs, including the awareness and prevention of domestic violence. This year, in addition to a $100,000 donation to The Julian Center in Indianapolis, Ind. the Colts have pledged to donate the proceeds of a 50/50 Raffle at the 9/15 home opener to domestic violence charities serving families in Indiana. Fans can purchase raffle tickets (read more) Read More >>

The Julian Center/ INCASA Applaud Awareness Efforts about Alarming Rate of Sexual Assault in Indiana

It’s a very disturbing distinction for Indiana – leading the nation in the number of sexual assaults against our young women. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in a report published earlier this year, found that over 17 percent of Hoosier girls in grades 9 through 12 have reported being raped. That number is compared with the national average of 10.5 percent. Read More >>

Julian Center Announces Empowerment and Counseling Center to Serve Survivors of Domestic Violence

The Sara and Albert Reuben Empowerment and Counseling Center will merge several critical services into one location including: one-on-one advocacy; extended case management; counseling; legal services (including a Protective Order clinic beginning in May); crisis call center; self-sufficiency/economic empowerment programs; and advocacy for victims of human trafficking. Victims will connect to services through their personal advocate, who will assist in determining the unique needs of each victim. Read More >>

Julian Center Helps Victim Find Her Voice

“My voice can finally be heard.”

I Am Safer

"I love The Julian Center because the school is great and I like the toys they give us. Also I am safer when I'm here. I love the Julian Center park. It is fun for us there! Thank you!" Read More >>

Transforming a Life ...

Sometimes transforming a life starts with a safe night's sleep. Mandy needed that ... you were there to help. Thank you! Others, like Mandy, are at The Julian Center tonight with their children sleeping peacefully knowing they will be safe. Read More >>

Thrifty Threads facebook & yelp

The Julian Center's Thrifty Threads has its own FaceBook page now. Please check it out. And be sure to LIKE it!!! Yelpers have named Thrifty Threads the best thrift store in town. Learn how it helps our clients! Read More >>

New World Health Organization

"According to the new [World Health Organization] report, about 1 in 3 women age 15 and above has been physically abused or raped, and over 85% of those women were attacked by their own partners." Read More >>

Can You Provide a Meal for an Amazing Group?

The Julian Center's Circles(R) program needs help with providing dinner for a group of survivors of domestic violence trying to work toward self-sufficiency. They meet every Thursday night starting with a ... Read More >>

How Art Can Help Heal

The use of art therapy is instrumental in helping many victims of domestic abuse work through their complicated feelings after leaving an abuser. Here is one woman's triumph after working on a therapy project... Read More >>





Continuing their commitment to awareness and prevention of domestic violence, the Indianapolis Colts donated $100,000 to The Julian Center and pledge proceeds of 50/50 raffle on 9/15 to additional domestic violence charities in Indiana.
"As daughters, sisters, wives and mothers, we are committed to standing against domestic violence and supporting organizations like the Julian Center that are working tirelessly to provide shelter, resources and hope for families.”
- Colts Vice Chairs/Owners Carlie Irsay-Gordon, Casey Foyt & Kalen Irsay
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