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The Nord Center - 24/7 Emergency Crisis Hotline provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone. We are...


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As Columbus’ only 24-hour crisis shelter for youth ages 12-17, Huck House has a staff trained to intervene and provide the...


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Are you experiencing abuse or domestic violence? Contact a hotline in Ohio, United States for support

Domestic violence is any action intended to control or keep power over a spouse, partner, family member, or girlfriend/boyfriend. The abuse may take the form of something physical, or it may be emotional, verbal, sexual, or financial. You might feel threatened, controlled, or belittled.

If you are being psychologically, emotionally or physically harmed, you are not alone. Statistics show that one in three women and one in three men have experienced abuse and domestic violence. If you're looking for support, there are 11 abuse and domestic violence hotlines in Ohio, United States. Reach out if this is happening:

  • Not allowing you to work or get an education
  • Your partner/family member has told you they will commit suicide if you leave
  • Feeling like you can’t do anything right for your partner/family member
  • Your partner/family member yells at you
  • You are being threatened that your children will be taken away from you
  • Forcing you to use substances, lead an unhealthy lifestyle, or not take medication you need
  • Believing that your partner/family member’s aggressive behavior is your fault
  • Being taken advantage of financially

Experiencing a wide range of emotions is perfectly normal for victims of abuse and domestic violence. Doubting the clarity of your mind or your ability to understand what’s happening is also a common consequence of the abuse you have experienced.

Every story of abuse and domestic violence is unique. You are the one who will figure out what the best way out is for you as a person and in your circumstances. However, it is always easier to overcome such hardships with the right kind of support.

For free and confidential support with abuse and domestic violence, consider contacting a hotline in Ohio, United States today.


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