Desert Rose Foundation provides shelter and direct services to victims of domestic violence, family violence, stalking, sexual assault, and teen dating violence. Services are provided at no cost for adult clients as well as their dependent children. Desert Rose offers services to all regardless of age, handicap, sex, race, color, national origin, religion, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
If you are experiencing domestic violence and need assistance, please reach out to Desert Rose at any time by calling our crisis hotline at (765) 342-7673 or (765) 342-ROSE. Advocates are available 24 hours per day to take your call and assist with whatever resources necessary. Desert Rose operates Morgan County’s only 24-hour crisis hotline, and advocates are standing by to assist you. If you are in immediate danger, please close this website and call 911 immediately.
The most common services provided by the organization include:
Services are available for both residential and non-residential clients. We understand that many domestic violence survivors need assistance with resources and local referrals but might not require residential shelter. If you are a victim of domestic violence and need assistance (but not shelter), please feel free to reach out to inquire what options are available.