Safe Passage Youth Council

We envision ALL teens and young adults having healthy, fun, and safe relationships!


Our Mission

Educate youth around relationship violence, support them in raising awareness, and empower them to take action toward building safe school and community environments.

Safe Passage REGIONAL Youth Council

Safe Passage Youth Council (SPYC) is a regional council comprised of teenagers throughout Southeastern Indiana. This group is carefully selected and attends a summit for training, team building, and program development.

Our focus is to work together, in schools and in the community, to promote awareness and education around teen dating violence, and bring healthy relationships qualities and actions into light in a fun and engaging way.

Because of the wide range of locations, SPYC meets virtually with occasional in-person meetings and events.


Volunteer Opportunities

Event Planning & Marketing

Community Engagement

Develop Leadership Skills

Impact Your School

Training & Team Building


Any student in Dearborn, Franklin, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland County is eligible.

During the 2020-2021 school year all grade levels will be eligible to apply. Restrictions may apply in the coming years.

Nominations & Applications
Students must either be nominated by a school staff member, in the above counties, or self apply by October 1, 2020.


Know a student who is an advocate, compassionate, and shows interest in helping others. A student who will speak up even if their opinion isn’t the popular consensus. Or do you know a student that you think would shine on this council? Nominate them right NOW!


    Do you have a passion to help others know their worth and value, especially when it comes to relationships? Or maybe you know a peer? Join SPYC and lets make a difference in your school or community!


      Contact us

      Safe Passage Inc. & Prevention
      PO Box 235
      Batesville, Indiana 47006
      812-932-SAFE (7233)

      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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