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The Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter is a comprehensive set of programs and services provided to residents of Warren County. They offer support through intervention services such as shelter, legal advocacy and sexual assault response. Through their prevention division, they offer programming that is geared towards reaching school-aged youth.

Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County
Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE) is a non-profit regional law firm that provides high quality legal assistance in civil matters to help eligible low-income individuals and groups in western Ohio achieve self reliance, and equal justice and economic opportunity.Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO) is a non-profit regional law firm that provides high quality legal assistance in civil matters to help eligible low-income individuals and groups in western Ohio achieve self reliance, and equal justice and economic opportunity.

ABLE
Agape was founded in 1989 in order to place children into foster homes which could guide and support youth in becoming functioning individuals in society. Over the past 30 years Agape for Youth, Inc. has built a strong reputation in the community as a leader in quality therapeutic foster care. Over the years Agape has expanded its services to include family foster care, providing adoption home studies, preparation of families and children for adoption, and supportive services to adoptive families.

Agape for Youth, Inc.
Artemis Center has served more than 85,000 victims of domestic violence and their children through crisis intervention, safety planning, education, and support. Artemis Center empowers victims of domestic violence to make decisions and choices that will establish and maintain safety for themselves and their children. By working collaboratively with other community services, Artemis Center advocates are able to coordinate needed services. Additionally, community education and advocacy programs help to create community best practice responses to victims of domestic violence.

Artemis Center 

Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley (CSSMV) is a non-profit social service agency serving Montgomery, Greene, Preble, Miami, Shelby, Auglaize, Darke, Mercer, Champaign and Logan Counties, providing a continuum of services for children, teens, adults, families, seniors and people of all faiths. Programs include early childhood education, adoption, senior outreach, senior PASSPORT, individual and family counseling, supervised visitation, pregnancy counseling, parenting education, refugee resettlement, family stabilization and support, and a choice food pantry. CSSMV strengthens individuals and families through actions of faith, service and charity.


Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley 
The CARE House is the community’s advocacy center for child victims of abuse and neglect. It is a partnership of agencies who work together to provide a team response to child abuse through prevention and advocacy.

The CARE House
The Child Advocacy Center of Warren County (CACWC) was established in 2008 as a result of a community task force, led by Prosecutor Rachel Hutzel, wanting to ensure that abused children did not fall through the cracks of the service delivery system. The mission of the CAWC is to serve abused and neglected children through a multi-agency team response of intervention and education.Today, the CACWC offers support and hope to children and families in the community and serves hundreds of victims of child abuse each year.

Child Advocacy Center of Warren County
The Clark County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) serves children from birth to eighteen years of age or those under twenty-one who are mentally handicapped. The children are referred to the CAC by child welfare, law enforcement agencies or the prosecutor who is investigating alleged sexual and severe physical abuse. The CAC  also serves those children who are victims of human trafficking and those who have witnessed violent crimes.

The Clark County Child Advocacy Center
The Clark County Combined Health District provides public health services for the citizens of Springfield and Clark County. The Mission of the Clark County Combined Health District is to protect and improve the health of the community through: Promotion of wellness, Prevention of injury, and Prevention of disease. Their vision is for all of their community members to be well and to live in a safe environment.

Clark County Combined Health District
Clark County Family and Children's Services promotes protection, stability, and permanency for children and adults.

Clark County Family and Children's Services
Daybreak changes lives and creates new futures for homeless, at-risk, and troubled youth ages 10 to 24 in the Dayton region.  Daybreak serves youth and young adults in crisis through emergency shelter, transitional housing, street outreach, and employment services.  Daybreak is the region’s only housing program designed to move homeless youth ages 18 to 24 out of homelessness, poverty, under-education, and crisis and into housing, financial independence, educational achievement, and self-sufficiency. Daybreak serves over to 2,000 youth each year.

Daybreak
The Exchange Club of Dayton is the local club of an all-volunteer, national service organization of men and women who are working together to make our communities better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service,Youth Activities, and our national project, the prevention of child abuse. The Dayton Exchange Club is the 4th oldest club of the National Exchange Club organization which has more than 630 clubs and more than 18,000 members throughout the United States and in Puerto Rico.

Exchange Club of Dayton
The Ellis Institute provides low-cost, high-quality psychotherapy, counseling, and assessment services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families in Greater Dayton region and Southwest Ohio. They are accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities and certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. The Ellis Institute is dedicated to providing high-quality and culturally sensitive care to you no matter your age, ethnicity or race, gender/gender identity, mental and physical abilities, spiritual and religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or social or economic status.

Ellis Human Development Institute
The Victim/Witness Division of the Greene County Prosecutor's Office provides support, advocacy, court escort, notification, referral, and crisis intervention assistance to all felony victims and witnesses of felony crime. Comprehensive services are designed to address the core victimization needs of safety, healing, access, justice and reparations.The Division operates with a professional staff of Victim Advocates and a group of trained Volunteer Advocates.

Greene County Prosecutor's Office Victim/Witness Division
HER Realtors was founded in 1956 by Harley E. Rouda, Sr. and today is the country’s largest agent-owned real estate firm, consistently recognized as one of the most innovative, technologically advanced, and award-winning firms in the country. Today, HER Realtors is still a growing company. They have nearly 1,250 associates and over 82 offices.

HER Realtors/Solutions for Community Living
The Victim / Witness Division is a section of the Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office. Established in 1974, this Division is designed to help those individuals who have been a victim or witness of a violent crime. The Victim / Witness Division provides 24-hour crisis-intervention, support and informational services to those affected by violent crime.

Montgommery County Prosecutor's Office, Victim Witness Division
Oasis House offers hope and support to women survivors of trauma, violence, sexual exploitation, and substance abuse. They do this by promoting healing, restoration, empowerment through Christ's unconditional love, teaching practical life skills, and mentoring through a transformational process.

Oasis House
Project Woman is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by providing services and programs to protect, educate, and empower. Community volunteers founded the agency in 1974 as a 1-room rape crisis center. Today, as a non-profit 501c3, they operate a full range of rape crisis and domestic violence services including a 24-hour crisis line, an emergency shelter, and more.

Project Woman
Safe Harbor is a 24/7 residential and faith-based program that empowers women toward healing and equips them with life skills for quality living. Located in the heart of Springfield, Ohio, Safe Harbor currently consists of four homes – Safe Harbor House (focusing on trauma treatment), The Lighthouse (focused on transition and support), and two Alumni Homes (for women and their families who have completed the 1-year program and would like to stay connected to the community through independent living and support). We desire to provide a safe place for women who find themselves at the intersection of substance abuse and various kinds of trauma, including:

Safe Harbor House, Springfield
The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church established in 1865, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination for over 130 years in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky region. Nearly 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through the broadest array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children.

The Salvation Army
South Community is committed to improving the quality of life and mental health status of children, adults and families residing in the Greater Miami Valley. This is achieved by providing a dynamic continuum of behavioral healthcare services and by drawing upon the health-promoting resources of its consumers and the community it serves. Their vision is to excel at providing community-based behavioral healthcare services that empower consumers of the Greater Miami Valley to attain optimal quality in their lives..

South Community Positive Health Options
WellSpring is the recognized leader in counseling and support programming to all who seek a better quality of life; is fiscally sound with a diversified funding base; is supported by a strong strategic plan and active volunteers; and is located in an agency-owned prime location where it is accessible to partner with other complementary service organizations.

WellSpring
Wright State University is a national public university in Dayton, Ohio with more than 15,000 students. Offering 295 degree programs, the university is made up of eight colleges, three schools, and a branch campus in Celina, Ohio. Named for the Wright brothers, Wright State University offers an exceptional, affordable education.

Wright State University
The YWCA Dayton has over 144 years of experience in social action, empowerment and housing/programs for women and girls. Founded in 1870, the YWCA Dayton has provided safety, shelter, counseling, hope and the opportunity for a new beginning to multiple generations of Daytonians during the most troubling times of their lives. The YWCA Dayton operates the only domestic violence shelters in Montgomery and Preble Counties. The YWCA Dayton's work to eliminate domestic violence began in 1882 with a petition to the Ohio General Assembly asking for better legal protection for women against assault. The Association's efforts to eliminate racism began with an officially recognized program for African-American women and girls. It was the first YWCA program of its kind in the United States.

The YWCA Dayton 
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