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Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO).
(614) 267-7020
If you call RAINN from the Columbus or Central Ohio area, you will be transferred to SARNCO's hotline. I have had almost completely good experiences with calling them. They will also send you free books on recovery if you call their hotline and identify as a survivor or a secondary survivor.

Ohio Coalition on Sexual Assault - Columbus, OH
933 High Street, Suite 120B
Wothington, OH 43085
(614) 781-1902

Ohio State University Rape Education and Prevention Program (REPP).
(also offers self-defense training).

(I only know about Columbus, sorry!). Edited by fosca

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For anyone in [u]Dayton[/u]:
Victim/Witness division of the county prosecutor's office can provide support and referral to local therapists.
[b]24-hour hotline (937) 225-5623[/b]

For anyone in the [u]Middletown/Hamilton/far south of Dayton/far north of Cincinnati area[/u]:
Butler County Rape Crisis Center
110 S. College Avenue, Oxford, OH 45056
[b]24-hour hotline (513)523-4146[/b]

For anyone in [u]Cincinnati[/u]:
Rape Crisis and Abuse Center of Hamilton County
215 E. 9th Street, 7th floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 872-9259

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National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 (TDD)
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is staffed 24 hours a day by trained counselors who can provide crisis assistance and information about shelters, legal advocacy, health care centers, and counseling. There is also a toll-free number for the hearing-impaired, 1-800-787-3224.
RAINN Hotline - 1-800-656-HOPE
The Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network will automatically transfer you to the rape crisis center nearest you, anywhere in the nation. It can be used as a last resort if people cannot find a domestic violence shelter.

Alchoholics Anonymous (330) 497-4427
Care Line Incorporated (740) 383-2273
Care Line (740) 593-3344
Center for Child Abuse (614) 722-6800
Center for Prevention - Violence (216) 831-5440
Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting (330) 345-5340
Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting (330) 674-5437
Child Abuse Hotline (740) 945-8551
Child Protection Center (740) 779-7431
Columbus Area Rape Treatment (614) 267-7020
Crisis Center (740) 947-2147
Crisis Hotline of Lake County (440) 357-7300
Crisis Intervention Center (330) 452-9812
Crisis Care (937) 224-4646
Domestic Abuse Center (740) 264-5900
Emotions Anonymous (330) 492-7522
Family & Child Abuse Center (419) 352-7027
Family & Child Abuse Prevention (419) 244-3053
Help Hotline Crisis Center (330) 424-7767
Help Line (740) 369-3316
Help Line Inc. (419) 947-2520
Mental Health Emergency Srv. (740) 392-2828
Phonefriend (440) 234-2220
Rape Hotline (740) 374-3111
Rape Information & Counseling (330) 782-5664
Safe Harbor - Domestic Violence (419) 626-2200
Support Hotline (330) 434-9144
Teen Connection (937) 228-8336
Victim Assistance Program (740) 387-4401
Victim Assistance Program (740) 446-2980
Ohio Domestic Violence Network
4041 North High Street, Suite 400 Columbus, OH 43214
TOLL-FREE: 800-934-9840
Phone: 614-784-0023 FAX: 614-784-0033
Child Abuse Hotline
449 S Meridian St, Ravenna, OH
Phone: (330)296-2273

Child Abuse Hot Line
39786 Hanover Ridge Rd, Scio, OH
Phone: (740)945-8551

Child Abuse Neglect Hotline
264 S Arlington St, Akron, OH
Phone: (330)379-1880

Child Abuse & Neglect Reportng
2534 Burbank Rd, Wooster, OH
Phone: (330)345-5340

Child Abuse & Neglect Rprtng
85 N Grant St, Millersburg, OH
Phone: (330)674-5437

Battered Women Help Line
55 S 4th St, Batavia, OH
Phone: (513)753-7281

Battered Womens 24 Hour
1839 E 85th St, Cleveland, OH
Phone: (216)791-4303

Rape Information & Counseling
25 Indiana Ave, Youngstown, OH
Phone: (330)782-5664

Rape Hotline
PO Box 122, Marietta, OH
Phone: (740)374-3111

Rape Crisis Team-Trumbull Cnty
418 Main Ave SW, Warren, OH
Phone: (330)394-4060

Rape Crisis Program Butler
323 N 3rd St, Hamilton, OH
Phone: (513)856-8618

Rape Crisis Program
110 S College Ave, Oxford, OH
Phone: (513)523-4146

Rape Crisis Intervention Program
508 Wayne Ave, Defiance, OH
Phone: (419)782-4906

Rape Crisis Line
28 N Paint St, Chillicothe, OH
Phone: (740)702-3195

Rape Crisis CTR-YWCA
1018 Jefferson Ave, Toledo, OH
Phone: (419)241-7273

Rape Crisis Ctr
201 E High St # 1, Bryan, OH
Phone: (419)636-8395

Rape Crisis Ctr
561 E Riverview Ave, Napoleon, OH
Phone: (419)599-0379

Rape & Crime Prevention Ctr
21165 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH
Phone: (216)731-1264

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some may be repeats

Ohio Hotlines:

* Choices: Crisis Hotline - 614-224-4663
* Choices: Domestic Violence - 614-258-6080
* DBSA (Depression & Bi-Polar Support Alliance of Ohio) - 419-255-1459
* First Link – resource guide - 614-221-2255
* Franklin County Children Services - 614-229-7000
* Netcare Access (Mental Health Emergencies) - 614-276-2273
* ODADAS (Ohio Department of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services) - 1-800-788-7254
* Ohio State University Emergency Room - 614-257-3000
* Suicide Prevention - 614-221-5445
* Suicide Prevention Teen Line - 614-294-3300

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Looking for DID therapists in Northwest Ohio, Northeast Indiana, or South Michigan. Can anyone help?

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c.marie, I'm not sure where you're at, but I used this website and found 3 in the Michigan area about 60 miles from the Toledo area:

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[b]LGBT Resource[/b]
BRAVO (Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization)[/b]

Columbus: 614 294 7867

Cleveland: 216 370 7361

Cincinnati: 513 453 4001

Toll-Free: 866 86 BRAVO
You can also contact for support:[/b]

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CTAP (Crime and Trauma Assistance Program at Mount Carmel West Hospital in Columbus). Provides groups, individual therapy, etc, for no charge (there is a wait-list).

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The Sexual Assault Prevention Program in Athens, Ohio.

Learn self defense - grant funded so it's free to women and LGBT people. The workshop covers awareness, body language, verbal assertiveness, and physical techniques as a last resort. The grant covers all of Ohio and the instructor is able and willing to travel to teach a class!

Please see this link for more information.

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