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Local Police Department

Muncie Police Department: 765-747-4838

Delaware County Sheriff: 765-747-7878

Indiana State Police: 1-800-761-2985

In an emergency dial 911

Area Counseling Agencies

Associates in Behavioral Counseling
4607 N. Wheeling
Everbrook Counseling Center
3600 N. Everbrook
Stillwaters Professional Counseling
2700 N. Wheeling
Associates in Mental Health
3111 W. Jackson
Lykins Counseling Clinic
4221 N. Broadway
Union Chapel Center
4622 N. Broadway
Briarwood Clinic
3645 N. Briarwood Ln, Suite C
Parson Counseling and Consulting
707 W. University
Center for Psychological Development
526 N. Martin
Riley Road Counseling
106 N. Riley Rd


A Better Way - (765) 747-9107

A Better Way provides a safe, residential shelter for victims of domestic violence. A Comprehensive service plan provides each woman and her children with advocacy, education, and support needed to move through the crisis period and on to more peaceful living.

Delaware County CASA Program - (765) 747-7875

Court Appointed Special Advocates ( CASA’s) are trained citizens who are appointed by a judge to represent the best interest of a child in court. Children helped by CASA volunteers include victims of abuse or neglect whose home placement is being determined in juvenile court.

Delaware County Department of Child Services - (765) 751-9565

The mission of the Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) is to protect children from abuse and neglect. In addition, the DCS staff does this by partnering with families and communities to provide safe, nurturing, and stable homes.

Sexual Molest Abuse Response Team (SMART) - (765) 741-1350

Delaware County has a multi-disciplinary team who specializes in the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases. The team utilizes the First Witness Protocol designed to obtain accurate information from the victim while minimizing additional trauma. Whenever possible victim interviews take place in the Child Advocacy Center at the Suzanne Gresham Center. The advocacy center is a neutral, child friendly location. Victims can feel safe during the interview and subsequent provision of services.