About

Our Mission

Safe Passage Prevention Team strives to create safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for youth by being intentional in providing support, expressing care, sharing power, challenging growth, and expanding possibilities.

Safe Passage Inc. &
Safe Passage Prevention

Safe Passage Inc. is a domestic violence shelter that serves six counties in Southeastern Indiana. After being open for ten years, staff began to serve adults who were children of their past families. The adult children needed Safe Passage services themselves. Seeing the cycle of domestic violence repeat itself, Safe Passage knew it was imperative to expand intervention services to include prevention services. Learn more about Safe Passage Inc. history and services here.

Primary Prevention &
Socio-Ecological Model

Our Prevention team uses the Socio-Ecological Model Framework to guide our efforts in combatting relationship violence. Ultimately the goal of primary prevention is to stop violence before it even begins; this means shifting and influencing factors that put people at risk for violence in the first place. Understanding the different factors that put people at risk, or even protect people from risk, is very complex. The Socio-Ecological Model clarifies how risk, or protective, factors influence each level of our society and relationships. To learn more about this framework, click here.


Our Team

We have a team of dedicated individuals with a passion to change our culture into a more safe, respectful, and healthy place for all.


Our Partners

We are uniting our resources around this issue with other passionate leaders and agencies within our communities.

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Contact us

Safe Passage Inc. & Prevention
PO Box 235
Batesville, Indiana 47006
812-933-1990

This project is supported in part (or in whole) by grant, 03215VAGX006403 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Views contained herein are those of the author and do not represent the position of USDOJ or ICJI.

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