Committed, Compassionate Care
The Survivors of Violence Foundation brings compassionate care and healing to survivors suffering from painful physical injuries or disfigurements caused by injury, violence or abuse.
Providing reconstructive treatment accelerates both physical and emotional healing. This improves the quality of life for survivors, helping those with greatest financial and health care needs.
The Foundation believes that surgical and therapeutic treatment can provide a healing touch to the soul that impacts the health and well being of people recovering from traumatic situations.
Often people carry the physical scars of abuse and violence that become daily reminders of trauma which prevents a peaceful recovery. Healing treatments can make a difference in how quickly the survivors regain strength and self-esteem.
Who We Help
It is a privilege to bring healing to the lives of as many survivors as we can.
The Survivors of Violence Foundation has the privilege of helping men, women and children who have injuries, physical scars or non-healing wounds as a result of violent acts, abuse, injury or illness.
Our Foundation treats people referred to us from other non-profit organizations, medical professionals and law enforcement agencies. These organizations refer victims to our center for care or contact Dr. Chernoff directly if emergency surgery is required.
It is a privilege to bring healing to the lives of as many survivors as we can. We are very excited about the potential of helping people uncover their inner strength and beauty. We look forward to expanding treatments throughout the community.
"Dr. Chernoff is a dedicated and amazing physician. He gave me confidence and a new face after a terrible tragedy!"
- Royia Grizzell, Survivor
"We are honored to attend this well orchestrated event ever year and always feel great that we are not only supporting the city's finest doctor, Dr. Gregory Chernoff and his staff, yet one the most important causes we are dealing with in our society today...
Victims of domestic violence."
- Loyal Patient and Supporter
"See my scar? Me either!"
- Jade Finley, Survivor
Healing Starts Here
If you are interested in applying for treatment through the Foundation, you must complete an application.
Instructions for submissions are provided on the form. All applications are reviewed by the Foundation's Board of Directors and may take up to 16 weeks. Approval decisions are made on a case-by-case basis. Completing and submitting an application does not guarantee treatment. You will be notified by phone and email if the Foundation is able to fund or provide partial funding for your treatment.
Contact The Foundation
9002 N. Meridian St, Suite 205 Indianapolis, IN 46260
3540 Mendocino Ave, Suite 300 Santa Rosa, CA 95403