The Beaman Home
The Beaman Home
54% of the victims served by Beaman Home last year were children who entered our programs with their abused parent.

Our Programs

Beaman Home's Emergency Shelter

Provides temporary shelter, food, clothing, and other basic necessities to domestic violence victims, and their children, who are fleeing their abuser.  The Shelter is staffed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week by trained staff and volunteers.  While in-shelter, Case Managers and Advocates work with each victim to assist in making necessary steps to gain independence from abuse and violence.  Working from a strengths-based approach, daily case management includes assistance with: weekly goal setting, securing housing, navigating the legal system and  social service network, job skills, parenting skills, life skills, and much more. 

 

In addition, the Shelter is also the base for our area’s local Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline.  Each year, trained staff and volunteers provide crisis intervention assistance through hundreds of crisis-related phone calls from victimized families reaching out for help.  Without our programs, these calls may have gone unanswered. 

DoVE Outreach Program

Provides advocacy to victims who are still with their abusers, as well as to Survivors who are re-building their lives, violence-free.  Outreach Advocates provide individualized case management services and encouraging support.  Victims receive assistance with filing protective orders, creating safety plans, setting goals, and community referrals.  Survivors are offered assistance with obtaining housing, employment, an education, and transitioning into their new life.

 

In addition to victim’s advocacy, the DoVE Outreach Program also seeks to reduce the occurrence of domestic violence in the communities we serve by providing educational opportunities on a variety of DV-related topics.  These topics include: Teen Dating Violence, Workplace Violence, Advocacy Training, General Awareness Presentations, and more.

BeCoME Program

Provides one on one counseling by a professional counselor to victims and their families at no cost to them. This service is provided to clients who are in shelter, or as an outreach program for those who don't require the shelter program.  Because we know each circumstance is different, we continue to provide professional counseling services to clients as long as they need it.

Adult Life Skills Program

Through the Adult Life Skills Program, clients learn self-sufficiency by learning life skills such as cooking, parenting, money management, self-esteem, and many more.  The goal is to instill confidence in the client so that they can succeed on their own, and have an advocate who they can turn to in times of need.

SYNC Up! Program

Promotes healing, safety, and resilience in the lives of children, youth, and adolescents who have experienced trauma through domestic violence.  By plugging in to families, and developing individualized plans for them to grow and heal together, the Beaman Home is able to provide help for kids through teh SYNC Up! program.  As with our other advocacy programs, these services are offered at no cost to the families being served.

Kosciusko Rapid Re-Housing Program

Is an important piece to our services, and assists victims on their journey to survive on their own.  It is an opportunity to provide financial aid and assistance to qualified domestic violence victims who wish to establish a stable home, free from abuse, for their family.  Funded by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), this program allows us to assist victimized families secure housing, limited rental assistance, and other basic necessities needed to set up a home.  With the help of the program, many families who have come to Beaman Home in turmoil and crisis have successfully established a new, violence-free life.

Basic Needs Center (BNC)

Offers a centralized location for our donors to donate in-kind goods including clothing, personal care items, household items, and food; and for our program participants to be able to access the goods which have been donated.  In-kind donations are received at the BNC, and a crew of volunteers sort, inventory, and organize the items received.  The volunteers then stock the shelves of the “store” portion of the BNC.  When in need, past and current program participants are able to come into the BNC and “shop” for free.  They are able to choose the styles, colors, and sizes which suit them.  Thanks to the variety of items received, clients are able to choose from casual clothes,work-appropriate clothes, outerwear, jewelry and more.  Many times, when setting up a new home, our families need small household items and emergency food supplies.  These items are also available through the Basic Needs Center, thanks to the community’s generosity.

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

Hotline:

877-725-9363

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