Call ahead for an appointment at 419-282-6097 (during business hours, M-F, 8am-4:30pm).
If you or someone you know or love is a victim/survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault, help is available 24/7.
Get to a safe place and call someone for help.
- Call or come in. Our office can be reached at 419-282-6097 or our 24/7 hotline at 419-289-8085.
- We can meet you somewhere. If you feel as though you cannot come to us, one of our trained employees will come to you, or meet at a neutral, safe place
- We’ll figure out where to go from here. Next steps in this process can be scary. Our biggest priority is your health and safety. We’ll work with you to figure out what’s next.
- Get the support you need. We stand by you and help you lead a healthier life as you get the care you need
If you are concerned about your safety or the safety of a loved one, give us a call and we can help you develop a plan to stay safe. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
We serve all victims of abuse regardless of religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, disability or special need.
These services are available to you and are always FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.
INDIVIDUAL ADVOCACY: If you need someone to confide in, we are available to listen. We can offer you a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space to talk.
TITLE IX ADVOCACY: We can inform you of and support you during the Title IX process. We can go with you to the hearings and assist you by educating and supporting you in the process.
HOSPITAL ADVOCACY: An advocate can go with you to the hospital after a physical or sexual assault. We can answer any questions you may have about the process and what will happen next.
SAFETY PLANNING: Your safety is our top priority. We can help you develop a plan to stay safe.
LEGAL ADVOCACY: If you choose to report your assault to the police, we are here to support you and help you through the reporting and court process.
REFERRALS: We can connect you to any area resources that you may want and refer you to any additional services you may need.
EMERGENCY SHELTER: If you are in need of a safe place to stay due to domestic violence or sexual assault, we can help. We have a 12 bed shelter with private rooms and single restrooms. The shelter is also handicap accessible.
SUPPORT GROUP: We will be having a campus support group starting Fall 2018. Any person who has been affected by sexual violence is welcome to join.