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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!).

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For anyone in Dayton:

Victim/Witness division of the county prosecutor's office can provide support and referral to local therapists.

24-hour hotline (937) 225-5623

For anyone in the Middletown/Hamilton/far south of Dayton/far north of Cincinnati area:

Butler County Rape Crisis Center

110 S. College Avenue, Oxford, OH 45056


24-hour hotline (513)523-4146

For anyone in Cincinnati:

Rape Crisis and Abuse Center of Hamilton County

215 E. 9th Street, 7th floor

Cincinnati, OH 45202


(513) 872-9259

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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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LGBT Resource

BRAVO (Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization)

Columbus: 614 294 7867

Cleveland: 216 370 7361

Cincinnati: 513 453 4001

Toll-Free: 866 86 BRAVO

You can also contact for support:



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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). http://www.mountcarmelhealth.com/hospital-programs/crime-and-trauma-assistance.html

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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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