The Beaman Home Saving lives... one crisis at a time!
The Beaman Home     Saving lives... one crisis at a time!

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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.

24 -Hour Toll Free



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