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Office of the Indiana Attorney General

Attorney General > Victim Services > Hope Card Program Hope Card Program

The Indiana Hope Card Program allows anyone with a valid, long-term (12 months or more) order of protection for domestic violence, stalking, and/or sexual assault to request a card that summarizes an order’s most important details.

This purpose of this card is to provide law enforcement with critical information in the case of a potential violation of the order.

The Hope Card is a laminated card similar in size and shape to a credit card. The program and card are free of charge to petitioners.

A Hope Card is not a substitute for a protective order. It is simply a more durable and portable means of proving pertinent information about an existing protective order.

To apply for a Hope Card, please visit a victim advocate. A list of advocates can be found at

Advocates may log in in to the Indiana Hope Card portal using login credentials at

If you are an advocate who lacks login credentials, please email or call 317-232-6206 for more information.