by The Beacon of Hope Team
Beacon of Hope
Relocated organization provides help for Greenwood victims
By Michele Holtkamp -
5/9/17 9:32 PM
In Greenwood last year, police were sent on more than 650 domestic-related calls for help.
In some cases, a battery was reported. In others, the dispute was verbal. After police conduct an investigation and take a report, the victims — men or women who have been assaulted or a victim of verbal abuse — are left to figure out what to do next.
Enter Beacon of Hope.
The Indianapolis non-profit agency that has been helping victims of domestic violence since 2009 recently relocated to the southside and has forged a new relationship with Greenwood police.
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