A Family Violence Program That Offers... A Window of Hope!
“This publication was supported from a Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) and/or State Victim Assistance Act (SVAA) grant award administered by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.” “ Victims of federal crimes will be served.”
The Auglaize County Crisis Center is supplemented by the marriage license fees put forth within Auglaize county and the kind donations from local individuals, churches, and organizations.
Domestic violence is also referred to as intimate partner violence (IPV). Domestic violence can include physical, sexual and emotional abuse as well as sexual coercion and/or stalking by a current or former intimate partner.
Domestic violence does not discriminate. It includes people of all socioeconomic and educational backgrounds. These dynamics can occur to people who are married, living together, or may be datingLearn More
If you or someone you know are afraid or need a safe place to think or stay:
Pre-plan, how do you get out of your home safely? Where can I go? Make an escape plan in advance. Get to a safe place.
Call 911 for 24-hour emergency service. Call the Auglaize County Crisis Center 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Should the worker be unable to come to the phone, leave your name and a contact number and a staff member will return your call shortly. For an immediate response you can call 419-738-6565 and request that the on-call staff member for the Auglaize County Crisis Center to return your call.