Where to find help
Alternatives Inc., 24-hour crisis line
(765) 643-0200 or (866) 593-9999
Kandi Floyd, Christy Clark, Dara Tracy -- victim’s advocates
Victims Assistance Program, Madison County Sheriff’s Department
(765) 646-4078 or (765) 646-4079
Gay Doss, Jaime Wilhoite -- victim assistance providers
Victim Assistance Program, Madison County Prosecutor‘s Office
Melinda Padgett, Karla Montgomery, Alison Lutz, Gracie Roman, Laura Evans -- victim assistance providers
Victim Assistance Unit, Anderson Police Department
(765) 648-6773, Lessa Johnson, Christy Jones -- victim assistance specialists
Sowers of Seeds Counseling, Batters’ Intervention Program
Vaughn Walker -- supervisor
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