P.O. Box 417
Indiana, PA 15701
Administration Phone: 724-349-5744
Website: Alice Paul House
Note: The e-mail address is not a secure, confidential way to contact the Alice Paul House. If you are a victim, please call the 24-hour hotline (724-349-4444) for assistance.
If you are in a crisis situation now, call 724-349-4444. Someone is available to help you twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year.
Crime Victim’s Hotline: 1-800-435-7249 (For calls from outside local calling area only, within Pennsylvania)
PO Box 398
Greensburg, PA 15601
24-Hour Hotline: 724-836-1122 or
Toll Free: 888-832-2272
Website: Blackburn Center
E-mail for information: email@example.com
Suites on Maple East, Suite G-59
901 Maple Street
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA 15705
24-Hour Hotline (Alice Paul House): 724-349-4444
Website: Haven Project
The Haven Project is a grant-funded program designed to provide services to women who have experienced violence and education about violence against women.
P.O. Box 983
Kittanning, PA 16201
P.O. Box 67
Tarentum, PA 15084
Toll Free: 888-299-HOPE (4673)
Website: HOPE Center
Phone: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Website: National Domestic Violence Helpline
Phone: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
81 S. 19th St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
24 Hour Hotline: 1-866-END-RAPE (1-866-363-7273)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgElectronic Anonymous Contact
Website: Pittsburgh Action Against Rape
P.O. Box 9024
Pittsburgh PA 15224
24-Hour Hotline: 412-687-8005 or
Counseling Center: 412-687-8005
Legal Advocacy: 412-355-7400
Medical Advocacy: 412-232-7479
Website: Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
Emergency ShelterThe Women's Center's twenty-four-hour shelter offers a comprehensive range of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, including legal and medical advocacy, individual counseling sessions and support groups, housing advocacy, and assistance in goal planning and safety planning. A woman may call the hotline to inquire about shelter when she is in immediate danger at home or if she feels her partner is potentially lethal.
Counseling CenterAnyone who is experiencing or has experienced abuse in an intimate relationship may call the hotline to inquire about receiving counseling provided by specially trained advocates who assist victims in exploring their feelings and understanding their options. WC&S advocates also encourage women to attend support groups to learn the dynamics of abuse, support each other’s struggles and successes, and grow stronger through shared experiences.
Children's Counseling Center
Living in a home where there is fighting—verbal or physical—can cause many problems for children of all ages. Children whose mothers attend individual counseling or a support group are invited to receive support through the Children's Counseling Center. Staff and qualified volunteers provide individual counseling and age-appropriate support groups for children who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence.
Legal AdvocacyThe Legal Advocacy department provides court accompaniment, support, information, and advocacy to victims of domestic violence as they progress through the legal system. Legal Advocates also provide trainings for professionals within the justice system (including police, attorneys, District Justices, probation, and parole officers) as they work towards a coordinated and effective response to domestic violence.
The Medical Advocacy department is comprised of specially trained advocates, based at Mercy Hospital, Mercy Providence, Allegheny General Hospital, and St. Clair Hospital, who provide intervention, education, information, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence who are at the hospital because of healthcare needs. Medical Advocates also provide training for professionals within the healthcare system in an effort to enhance the healthcare system's response to domestic violence.
For more information, please see Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh
410 Nineth Ave.
McKeesport, PA 15132
24-Hour Hotline: 1-866-202-5573
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