DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCACY PROGRAM
Advocates provide information on domestic violence and legal options available to victims in Lucas and Ottawa Counties. Advocates accompany victims to Municipal and Domestic Relations Courts, assist with safety planning, and link victims to other helpful community resources. Advocates are available to conduct presentations for students, community groups, and area professionals on topics related to domestic violence, dating violence, and healthy relationships.
Toledo Municipal Court Advocates
2460 Cherry Street
Toledo, OH 43608
419.244.3053 (option 1)
Lucas County Domestic Relations Court Advocate
Domestic Relations Court
429 N. Michigan
Toledo, OH 43624
Ottawa County Advocates
323 Buckeye Blvd.
Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
SURVIVOR TO THRIVOR
CWWV SUPPORT GROUP
Project Access assists victims of domestic violence and their children. Project Access case managers can provide information about domestic violence, assist with safety planning, advocate on your behalf, and link you with community resources. Confidential help provided at no cost to individuals. Must be receiving cash assistance from LCDJFS or be TANF eligible.
FAMILY AND CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION CENTER
(419) 244-3053 ext. 227
2460 Cherry St.
Toledo, OH 43608
419.244.3053 ext. 233 or 248
The program is designed to support women who are either currently experiencing domestic violence or for those who have survived it in the past. Survivor to Thriver helps women to understand what a healthy relationship is and learn skills to help them thrive in life independently and with self love.
*Participants must complete an intake appointment before beginning. Please contact Shannon Garling to set-up your appointment or for any questions.
Office:419.244.3053 ext. 231
Cellphone (Call or Text): 567.218.1525
The journey to becoming a Thriver - a healthier, happier person with a brilliant productive future.
This is a journey toward the real you!
Children Who Witness Violence Support Group is designed for 3 to 6-year-old children who have witnessed violence in their homes. This non-clinical support group educates children on the topics of personal safety, support systems, violence prevention, emotional management, coping strategies, and building self-esteem.
This group meets on Tuesdays from 4:00-4:45 pm at the Children's Advocacy Center (2460 Cherry St. Toledo, OH 43608).
*Group participants must complete an intake appointment before beginning group. Please contact Sara Sweet at 419.244.3053 x 304 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*A guardian must remain on-site while children participate in this group.