ISP HELPS FIGHT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Indiana State Prison Warden Ron Neal presented a donation of $5,000 to Stepping Stone Shelter for Women executive director Nanda Danitschek on Oct. 1 to mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. "The offenders assisted in raising the donation via special event food sales," Neal said. "Staff at Indiana State Prison helped identify the local organizations to benefit from the donations." Stepping Stone has a 24-hour shelter service for victims of sexual assault/sexual violence, and a transitional housing facility. Danitschek said they conduct education and outreach with an emphasis on prevention education, working in conjunction with the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

ISP HELPS FIGHT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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