At the Hope & Healing, we understand that navigating through community resources may be difficult and overwhelming, especially after experiencing a trauma. Sexual violence and intimate partner violence can affect many aspects of someone’s life and there are many organizations in the community that can provide additional support to survivors and their loved ones during the healing process, we offer advocacy in helping survivors navigate through the community resources.
While we have much experience in helping survivors of these crimes on their path to healing we refer to other agencies who have expertise in many other fields. Below is a list of some very common referrals that we give at Hope & Healing.
211 United Way
Information is the first step to empowerment, and thanks to this service, anyone in our community can learn about available resources from a live person. Through 2-1-1, United Way can aid with a caller’s immediate needs, while simultaneously helping them plot a path to overcome their long-term challenges as well.
ACCESS is dedicated to addressing the plight of homeless women and children in our community. The agency encourages the development of self-esteem and the attainment of self-sufficiency through its commitment of providing a holistic, safe and supportive environment, and through its programs of housing, advocacy, and empowerment.
Community Legal Aid
A non-profit law firm serving the legal needs of low-income individuals and families in central northeast Ohio.
Crisis Suicide Prevention
The Support Hotline started in 1969 as a 24/7 service providing crisis intervention and supportive listening to help callers manage their crisis. We are here to listen to you.
Coleman Professional Services
Coleman Professional Services offers a full array of behavioral health services and rehabilitation programs designed to improve the lives of individuals and families. We also help businesses create a “win-win” solution by employing our clients and discovering the tax credits available.
Haven of Rest & Harvest Home
Emergency services are available free of charge to all in need. We provide hot meals, overnight shelter, clothing, showers, laundry, and other vital services.
Ohio Crime Victims’ Rights
The Attorney General’s Crime Victim Section offers services to aid victims, training for professionals who work with victims, and crime prevention programs for Ohio communities.
RAHAB is a faith-based ministry devoted to rescuing & restoring victims trafficked into sexual slavery & exploitation in NE Ohio.
Summit County Prosecutor’s Office
The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is committed to upholding the laws and statutes of the State of Ohio and devoted to making the criminal justice system as accessible as possible to the residents of Summit County.
Victim Information and Notification Everyday. VINE is America’s number one victim notification network, empowering victims and concerned citizens with timely and reliable information regarding offenders.
Are you experiencing crisis?
If you are experiencing crisis please call the Rape Crisis Center Hotline or Battered Women’s Shelter Hotline. We have advocates available 24 hours a day.
If you would like to know more about Crisis Intervention and how we might support you please visit the BWS or RCC service pages.
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