Due to the extension of the stay at home order, the following services will continue to be suspended for the duration of the stay home order: supervised visitations and exchanges (Harmony House), batterers intervention programming (Violence Recovery Project) and survivor support groups.
The following free and confidential services are available:
• 24/7 hotline (419-422-4766)
• Emergency shelter
• Emergency Civil Protection Order assistance
• Remote hospital advocacy
We know now more than ever survivors need our services. When there is added stress in the home it can increase the frequency and severity of abuse.
We are here for you!
Serving individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through crisis intervention, emergency shelter, outreach, advocacy, prevention, and education.
In 1978 citizens and social service agency representatives united to form a Domestic Violence Task Force to determine the need for a domestic violence shelter in Hancock County. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
We have a dedicated staff ensuring that each client receives the best services.
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