(270) 586-5326 ext: 1
For emergencies dial 911
Non-emergencies (270) 586-8824
For assistance with medical expenses, mental health counseling, loss of earning or loss of financial support resulting from a crime contact:
Kentucky Crime Victim's Compensation Fund: (502) 782-8255 or (800) 469-2020
or visit https://kycc.ky.gov
Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) 49.310
Medical Center at Franklin
Medical Center at Bowling Green
TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital
Barren River Area Safe Space (BRASS)
National Sexual Assault/Rape and Incest Hotline: (800) 799-SAFE
or visit www.wccky.org
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255 or Text HOME to 741-741
or visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273-8255
Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Service - Department for Community Based Services (DCBS): (800) 752-6200 or visit www.chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dcbs
For reports of child or adult abuse or assistance with:
Victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual assault, or an adult on behalf of a minor may, in addition to contacting law enforcement:
When a criminal case is prosecuted, a victim and/or witness may be required to participate in that process. The participation may include providing written or recorded statements, interviews by law enforcement and/or attorneys for the Commonwealth, and possibly attending and testifying at the accused's in-court proceedings.
Participation in a hearing, trial or other in-court proceeding may necessitate that a witness or victim miss all or part of a scheduled workday. Law enforcement and the attorney for the Commonwealth will assist to the extent possible in informing your employer of the need for this absence form your employment.
In addition, KRS 524.040 prohibits a person from intimidating a participant, or his/her immediate family member, involved in a legal process. Furthermore, KRS 524.055 prohibits a person from retaliating against a participant, or his/her immediate family, in a legal process. This includes engaging or threatening to engage in conduct that causes or intends to cause bodily injury or damage to tangible property. These violations are Class D felonies. If you reasonable believe that you have been, or are being intimidated and/or retaliated against, you should immediately contact law enforcement and the attorney for the Commonwealth.