Off-campus Resources

Montgomery County

  • Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Dayton
    937-461-5091
    www.artemiscenter.org
    Crisis intervention, court advocacy, and crime victim compensation assistance.
  • Dayton Children’s Hospital, Dayton
    Services for children and adolescents, including sexual assault examinations.
  • Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton
    Sexual assault examinations, STI prevention treatment, and 24 hour care.
  • Legal Aid Society of Western Ohio
    888-534-1435
    Legal services to low-income residents of Montgomery County who are at or below 125% of the federal poverty guideline, elderly, and/or disabled. The Legal Line provides advice in civil matters, including domestic violence, divorce, child support, education issues involving student discrimination, and many other areas.
  • Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton
    Sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE) program and sexual assault examinations.
  • Victim/Witness Division / City of Dayton Prosecutor’s Office (misdemeanors only)
    937-333-4400
  • Victim/Witness Division / Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office
    Hotline: 937-225-5623
    www.mcpo.com
    Hospital advocacy, SANE program, SART participant, police advocacy, court advocacy, protection order assistance, victim compensation assistance, case management, support groups, survivor needs kits, and prevention education.
  • Womanline Counseling Center
    937-223-3446
    www.womanlinedayton.org
    Professional mental health counseling in the form of brief treatment or long-term counseling for women, specializing in all women's issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, self-esteem, coping skills, and sexual abuse recovery treatment.
  • YWCA of Dayton – Shelter Services
    24 Hour: 937-222-SAFE (7233)
    TTY: 937-461-7910
    937-461-5550
    Protective temporary emergency shelter for women and their children in life-threatening situations, case management and referrals for legal and human services, support groups for women in the community and shelter clients who have left battering relationships, 30-60 day emergency housing for women, including meals, case management, basic skills and other supportive services.

Preble County

  • Butler County Rape Crisis Program, Oxford
    Hotline: 513-523-4149
    Phone: 513-523-4146
    Hospital advocacy, SART participant, police advocacy, court advocacy, protection order assistance, victim compensation assistance, support groups, and counseling.
  • Preble County DV Shelter
    Hotline: 937-456-5307
    Protective temporary emergency shelter for women and their children in life-threatening situations, case management and referrals for legal and human services, support groups for women in the community and shelter clients who have left battering relationships, 30-60 day emergency housing for women, including meals, case management, basic skills and other supportive services.
  • Victim Witness Services Division of the Warren County Prosecutor's Office
    937-456-8156
    24 hour advocacy to victims of crime and their families 365 days a year, assistance in obtaining Civil Protection Orders (CPOs), liaison between victims and prosecuting attorneys--keeping victims informed of court dates and case developments and offering emotional support to victims and their families throughout the Court process.

Warren County

  • Abuse and Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County
    513-695-1185
    www.arcshelter.com
    Hospital advocacy, SANE program, SART participant, police advocacy, court advocacy, protection order assistance, victim compensation assistance, case management, support groups, survivor needs kits, and prevention education.
  • Victim Witness Services Division of the Warren County Prosecutor's Office
    513-695-1325
    24 hour response to law enforcement requests for intervention and assistance, court advocacy, escorts and support during all stages of the criminal justice process, assistance in completing a Victim Impact Statement, assistance with VINE registration/State Victim Notification Program, referrals to appropriate social service agencies, notification and explanation of all court proceedings, and Victims of Crime Compensation application assistance.