Battered Women's Safe House,
About TLC Volunteer, Lacy Westfall!
Our wonderful intern is Lacy Westfall. Lacey is currently
a student at Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne, Indiana and will graduate in June 2018. Lacey plans on transferring to IPFW to obtain her bachelor's degree. Area of service will be Human Services working with victims of domestic violence or guidance counseling. We are so blessed and extremely grateful for her volunteer efforts with TLC!
We need volunteers.
Want to INTERN?
Shelter offers crisis counseling, programs & services and vital aid to women and their children leaving an abusive environment.
1. We will provide a "safe house" for YOU --A group housing shelter for battered persons, women and their kids.
2. Our staff will endeavor to empower you, as survivor of domestic violence with the ability to make significant choices and to solve problems related to your current life in efforts to end domestic violence.
3. TLC will help you make the transition from an abusive environment to one of a safer, self-sufficient life, free of abuse and violence.
Together, TLC House Indiana and you can end the generational cycle of domestic violence, date rape, stalking, and sexual assault.
Meet Our Executive Director
Emergency housing for women and children fleeing domestic violence.
TLC wants to share a sincere thank you to SCCF "Women's Fund" for granting us the funds ($6934.00) to update our existing alarm system for the safety of the women and children in our safe house. We would also like to recognize, supporter Pat Schlosser for her hard work and effort put into making this grant possible.
TLC is beyond grateful for this blessing!
Mada Waldrop, new Executive Director for TLC has a strong background with skills and knowledge in managing transitional housing and helping women recover from alcohol/drug abuse. We welcome her aboard!" --TLC Board of Directors
Stop Domestic Violence
Mr. Jim Scott representing the "Knights of Columbus" (Angola) has blessed our TLC house with a very generous donation. TLC House Indiana is so thankful for this support!!!
Definition of Domestic Abuse:
The establishment of control and fear in an intimate relationship through the use of violence and/or other forms of abuse.
The Kiwanis Club of 101 Lakes Angola is a wonderful supporter of our daily mission: "to empower survivors of domestic violence with tools for escape, self-sufficiency and recovery from domestic violence abuse."
TLC House Indiana would like to sincerely thank the 101 Lakes Angola Kiwanis Club for the generous donation to our safe house. We are so grateful to be remembered by them.
TLC received 177 pounds of ground beef and ground pork from Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry for our Angola safe house that shelters survivors of domestic violence... This meat was a complete Godsend! Meat is processed at
D & D meat processing located in Coronna Indiana. Our deepest thanks to Executive Director Debra Treesh!
Meet our TLC Intern,
TLC House Indiana would like to thank the Prairie Heights students and teacher Becky Travis for their heartwarming, hand-made "Afgan Blanket Gift" donated to our safe house!! This blanket will be displayed with honor in our reception room with a plaque identifying the students' donation.
TLC wishes to thank recent anonymous donors and the Steuben County Community Foundation for bringing us together. Our anonymous donors were moved by the stories of domestic violence and TLC's long-term housing of these survivors. Their $10,000.00 donation will help fund individual counseling, family counseling, and 16 week-long dialectical behavior therapy classes by "Pathway to Clarity" of Angola. TLC House Indiana is overflowing with gratitude for our donors and feel blessed that the survivors of domestic violence and children who enter our safe house will have a better opportunity to overcome the traumatic events of domestic violence.
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TLC House Indiana just received a grant for $6000.00 from the Allstate Community Foundation. We would like to thank Joe Butler, Allstate Agency, and their agents who so lovingly took part in making this happen. Thank you to: Jay Raj, Brad Metzger, Wayne Piper, Sethe Smith, Kayla Wilcox, Matthew Bonjour, & Kristin Butler. Thank you for your amazing focus on our safe house that made this all possible!!
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"A helping hand from Allstate"
Allstate Insurance Agent: Joe Butler and Allstate agents from all over indiana came together in Angola, Indiana to donate invaluable assistance to TLC House Indiana during our 2nd Annual Garage Sale& Fundraiser--It was an awesome show of support and solidarity!