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Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Community
  • Crisis Support
  • Health & Medicine
  • Women

Location

OhioHealth Behavioral HealthColumbus, OH 43214 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Mission: To empower all survivors. To end sexual violence. Vision: A world without oppression where all people are safe to live authentic, freely chosen lives and to pursue their full potential.

Description

Sexual Assault Intervention, Education and Prevention Services

  • 24-Hour Emergency Room Advocacy - Trained volunteer advocates provide support, crisis intervention and referral information to survivors of sexual violence 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in local hospital emergency department. In addition, SARNCO works with Deaf Women Against Violence Everywhere to provide advocacy to survivors who are Deaf in the emergency department.
  • 24-Hour Rape Helpline - Trained volunteers provide support, crisis intervention and referral information over the telephone to survivors of sexual violence, co-survivors and the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Education and Prevention Program - SARNCO provides prevention education about sexual assault, acquaintance rape, dating violence and sexual harassment.
  • Community Outreach Program - SARNCO provides long term individual advocacy to survivors, coordinates awareness-raising efforts in central Ohio and maintains SARNCO's Resource Center . SARNCO has books geared toward recovery from sexual violence available at no cost to survivors and co-survivors of sexual assault through the 24-Hour Rape Helpline at (614) 267-7020.

Reviews

Would you recommend Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio?
2 reviews Write a review
by suado i. (January 1, 2019)
i want to help and make a change i my life and others
by Rachael P. from powell, OH (February 15, 2009)
It is important to to listen, to assist in giving people information to help the survivors help themselves. To be there for someone in need

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