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Victims Are Frighteningly Alone When Resources
Are Not Available.


Central Ohio social service organizations are doing a good job providing shelter and support to victims, yet gaps exist – particularly on a more global scale – as our large institutions interact with victims. The Victim Services Task Force is working to ensure that we develop the programs lacking in our community and to encourage collaboration among our key institutions that touch families in crisis.

Family violence is not restricted to any one neighborhood or socio-economic level. As we become increasingly diverse, our population includes non-English speaking people representing many different cultures and family attitudes. This makes our challenge to provide necessary services that much greater.





Click on an icon below for more information about the Victim Services task force initiatives, or write to us.

Westland Area Latino Outreach Mental Health Provider Training
Research Elder Abuse Awareness
Action for Children Outreach - The Art of Positive Parenting (TAPP) Training for Interpreters & Advocates
Center for Child and Family Advocacy








Domestic Violence Victim Report 2003
Our Domestic Violence Victim Report: A Survey of Identified Domestic Violence Victims 2003 is available online. It is important to understand that the individuals participating in the survey did not represent the entire population of domestic violence victims in Franklin County, Ohio. For further information, please download a pdf version.







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