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News & Events

IN The Know 10-13-2017 The Beaman Home Executive Director Tracie Hodson. 


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In the photo from left to right are: Pat Welch representing CenturyLink, presenting a check to Tracie Hodson, executive director of the Beaman Home; and Mike Brill, representing CenturyLink.

CenturyLink Donates to Beaman Home


Beaman Home is grateful be the recipient of $1,500 from CenturyLink employee’s Annual Golf Outing.  Because of the generous giving in this community and of the CenturyLink employees, domestic violence victims and their children have a safe place to flee from their abuser, hot meals served three times a day, and access to essentials necessary to live.


Beaman Home provides these much-needed services at no charge, so these monetary donations of community support are critical to the mission of the Beaman Home.


CenturyLink representatives; Pat Welch and Mike Brill came to Beaman Home to present the check to executive director, Tracie Hodson.  Thank you, CenturyLink Employees, for providing for domestic violence victims and their children who are hurting.  

In the photo front row from left to right are: Harrison and Jeanne Phipps; Tanya Coon; Jama Brown; Leslie Hernandez; Bianca Juarez; and Amanda Landis. In the back row from left to right are: John Juarez; Angie Hoover; Liz Walker; Olivia Newman; Vicki M

Members of Kosciusko County Democrats Throw Halloween Party For Beaman Home Kids


Children affected by domestic violence who are currently residing at the Beaman Home with their abused parent, were the recipients of a wonderful Halloween celebration, thanks to the Kosciusko County Democrats.  Due to concerns about the family’s safety, these children are not able to take part of many of the common community Halloween activities.  So, through the generosity of the Democrat Party, many activities were created to help the kids feel normal.  The kids enjoyed face painting, temporary tattoos, balloons, bobbing for apples, and of course… lots of candy!

The kids and their parents had the opportunity to laugh and enjoy bobbing for apples together.  This helped to normalize their lives and break down barriers within the family by offering relaxing situations and inspiring a better mood.  It was very therapeutic, and everyone had a great time.

Thank you, Kosciusko County Democrats, for giving your time and talents for kids who are hurting. 

In the photo from left to right are: Zimmer Biomet Institute Team Members Kelly Scott, Shelly Roasrio, Brittney Clauss, Rachel Botts, and Stephanie Himes.

Zimmer Biomet Institute Members Support Beaman Home Families


Zimmer Biomet Institute Team Members collected items to support Beaman Home families during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  These items will be used to help families get back on their feet after fleeing their abuser and making the brave decision to become self-sufficient.  The outreach families receiving Beaman Home services are very thankful for this generous donation. 

In the photo from left to right are: Bone City Rollers, Candice Smith and Casey Rinker; Tracie Hodson, Beaman Home Executive Director; and Bone City Roller, Rosa Malagon.

Bone City Rollers Support Survivors at Beaman Home

Thanks to the good works of the Bone City Rollers, Beaman Home is the recipient of their last fundraiser and was presented with $800 to support survivors during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  These ladies are wonderful, and have big hearts as well.  If you want to join the Bone City Rollers, they practice from 7 to 9 p.m. at Hansen’s Eastlake Skating Center on October 8, 24, 29, and November 5.  Cost is $5 a session and they provide the skates, friendship, fun, and a good workout!

Pictured in the photo from left to right are: Leslie Hepler and Betty Knisley; and Tabitha Gabbard, Volunteer Coordinator at The Beaman Home accepting the check from the Goose Lake Poker Run.

Goose Lake Residents Donate to Beaman Home


Beaman Home was the recipient of a $2,000 donation from a recent Goose Lake Poker Run fundraiser.  Leslie Hepler and Betty Knisley recently stopped in at the Beaman Home with the unexpected donation.  Thank you, Goose Lake residents for making Beaman Home the recipient of your fun and fundraising efforts!  

Beaman Home Billboard Shares Emergency Message


The Beaman Home has been providing essential services to domestic violence victims living in Kosciusko, Marshall, and Fulton Counties since 1985.  Prior to having the technology and security features available on the market today, the location of the shelter was considered confidential for the security and safety of terrified victims and their children fleeing their abuser.  Most of the people who sought safe-haven in the emergency shelter came by way of local law enforcement departments with whom we have good working relationships.  However, with the opening of the new secured facility, the Beaman Home Shelter and Outreach Center, the agency seeks to encourage more victims to contact Beaman Home directly through the 24/7 Crisis Hotline. 

Thank you, Eagle Outdoor Advertising, for helping get the newly created billboard and message out to the public.  Please check out the new billboard located at the corner of Bronson and Winona Avenue going toward the county fairgrounds.

Are you, or someone you know, suffering in an abusive relationship? 

You are not alone! 

1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men are victims of domestic violence. 

Call Beaman Home's 24/7 Crisis Hotline for Help.

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