Saving Lives, Restoring Hope, and Empowering Those We Serve
While Prevail is privileged to work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, we also serve victims of other crimes, including victims of stalking, robbery, home invasion, and family members of homicide victims, among others. We specialize in working with those who have experienced trauma. Our services include advocacy, safety planning, crisis response, and support groups. We work with individuals and families, including kids, teens, and adults.
COVID-19 Office Protocol
Please Check Back Frequently! This information is subject to change as state and local guidelines adjust!
At Prevail, we are working on plans to safely and strategically welcome clients back into the office. As of June 15, clients will have some options to meet with their advocate in person or by phone. With this transition, we have some special requests:
- Stay at home if you have reason to believe you are sick or have a fever, or have been exposed to someone who is sick. (You can still meet with your advocate by phone if you can't come in, or if it is more comfortable for you to do so!)
- A quick health assessment will be made over the phone. We ask that anyone coming in to the office please call first to ensure that coming in to the office in-person is the best option.
- Please use social distancing (6ft) while at Prevail, Prevail staff will do the same.
- When arriving for your scheduled appointment or to the Prevail office, please call our front desk at (317) 773-6942 to check in and get instructions on how to enter safely.
- Before entering the Prevail office, you will be asked to put on a mask (please bring your own, but we'll provide one if you don't have one) and use hand sanitizer.