There are 87 organizations in Ohio that provide domestic violence services at some level. These programs can be found in 67 different cities. Click on any of the 67 cities below to learn about the programs in these areas. The most common category of service in Ohio — based on the likelihood of each program to offer all the services within a category — is "emergency services", while the least common category of service is "housing services". The two most common individual services within any category of service in Ohio are "resources and referrals and safety planning" while the two least common services are "mobile advocacy and onsite schooling".
The Cleveland Police Department, which submitted 4, kits, submitted the largest number of kits in Cuyahoga County and the state. This is a tremendous milestone as we get even closer to testing every single kit submitted as part of this effort from across the state. After learning in that many departments and agencies across Ohio had failed to submit their rape kits for testing, Dewine created the SAK Testing Initiative. Some unsubmitted kits were decades old. Dewine made an open call to law enforcement across the state requesting they send their kits to BCI for DNA testing at no cost to them. Then departments sent 13, kits for testing.
One goal of the assessment was to learn more about how residents of Cuyahoga County get connected to services. Where do survivors of sexual assault or rape turn for help? Who do people trust to help them through the trauma of surviving assault, whether the assault or rape was recent or many years ago? To find the answers to these and other questions, Cuyahoga County residents were surveyed in August and September,
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