Resources

  1. General Support Services
  2. Mental Health/Subst Abuse
  3. Clinics/Hospitals
  4. Financial/Education/Employ
  5. Food/Housing
  6. Legal
  7. Other

General Support Services

Agency Address/Phone Services
24 Hour Crisis Response 2330 W. Sylvania Ave ​Toledo, OH 43613 ​419.245.3324 Provides Victims 24 Hour ​Crisis Response
Action Ohio - Coalition for Battered Women P. O. Box 423
​Worthington, OH  43085-0423
​614.825.0551
​888.622.9315​
Resource for survivors of domestic violence
Adelante 520 Broadway St
​Toledo, OH  43604
​419.244.8440
Empowers Latinos and the community through supportive services, education and advocacy.
Area Office on Aging of Northwest Ohio 2155 Arlington Ave
​Toledo, Ohio  43609
​419.382.0624
Adult Residential Facility Complaints, Home Health Care Complaints, Hospice Complaints, Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs, Nursing Facility Complaints, Patient Rights Assistance
Believe Center 1 Aurora Gonzalez Drive
​Toledo, Ohio  43609
​567.200.2027
Youth and family services with a specialty in youth sports.
Children's Advocacy Center 2460 Cherry Street
​Toledo, OH  43608
​419.292.2927
Coordinates investigation and ​intervention services to create a ​child focused approach to child ​abuse cases.
COPE 2500 N. Reynolds Rd ​Toledo, Ohio 43615 ​419.537.1999 Coalition of Organizations Protecting Elders. ​Citizens run group which provides training and ​information to member organizations to recognize ​elder abuse and stop the mistreatment.
Domestic Violence Empowerment Group 419.213.4994
​call for information and location
FREE support group meeting every Wednesday from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. for victim/survivors of Domestic Violence. Sponsored by the Lucas County Victim Witness Assistance Program.
Domestic Violence Resource Center Domestic Relations Court
​​429 N. Michigan St. ​
​Toledo, Ohio 43604 ​419.213.2700
Provide Information to victims of ​domestic violence by assisting with filing of ​civil protection orders, shelter, ​advocates, diapers & essentials ​for kids
Family & Child Abuse Prevention Center 2460 Cherry Street ​
​Toledo, Ohio 43608
​ ​419.292.2927
Case/Care management for child abuse issues, child abuse counseling, child abuse prevention, child advocacy centers, child sexual abuse counseling, child sexual assault prevention and in person crisis intervention for sexually abused children.
HOPE Center YWCA Rape Crisis Hotline
​419.241.7273
​866.557.7273
Support, counseling and advocacy for sexual assault victims
International Institute of Toledo 3110 Tremainsville Rd.
​Toledo, Ohio  43613
​419.241.9178
Immigration counseling and interpretation services.
J. Frank Troy Senior Center 545 Indiana Ave
​Toledo, Ohio  43604
​419.255.6206
Provides a variety of activities for Seniors including lunch, arts & crafts, bus trips, casino trips, bingo, pool table, cards, movies, etc. .
Lucas County Children's Services 700 Adams St
​Toledo, OH  43604
​419.213.3200
​419.327.3559 (TTY)
To Report Abuse
​419.213.3400
Protect children at risk of abuse or ​neglect by working with families, ​service providers and community ​members as well as enforce child support obligations.
Mayores Senior Center 2 Aurora L Gonzalez Dr.
​Toledo, OH  43609
​419.242.1144
Provides a variety of activities for Seniors including lunch, arts & crafts, bus trips, casino trips, bingo, pool table, cards, movies, etc. .
Mothers Against Drunk Driving 877.623.3435
​(24 Hr Victim Helpline)
Mission is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, and support the victims of these violent crimes as well as prevent underage drinking.
National Child Traumatic Stress Network Cullen Center at Toledo Children's Hospital
​419.291.7919
Resources for traumatized children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events.
Nirvana Now! P. O. Box 2444
​Toledo, OH  43609
​419.729.0245
Support services for adult and child survivors of sexual abuse.
Non Emergency Transporation Services 3210 Monroe Street
​Toledo, Ohio  43699
​419.213.8910
​419.213.8820 (fax)
Medicaid recipients without access to a vehicle whose physician can verify a medical need may be eligible for ride services to and from Medicaid providers in Lucas County.
Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Correction   Offender Search within the ODRC; List of Institutions, directions and contact information; ODRC Reports; Victim Services; Office of Reentry Services; ODRC Organizations; Family Services; and ODRC Opportunities.
Parents of Murdered Children 635 West 7th Street
​Suite 104
​Cincinnati, Ohio  45203
​513.721.5683
​888.818.7662
Provide support and assistance to all survivors of homicide victims
Providence Center 1205 Broadway St
​Toledo, OH  43609
​419.244.0666
Basic needs, case management, clothing, domestic violence intervention, food pantry, GED classes, language interpretation/translation, mental health care and counseling.
Salvation Army 620 N. Erie Street
​Toledo, Ohio  43604
​419.241.1138
Social Services, Rehabilitation Centers, Holiday Assistance and more.
Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center 1225 Broadway Street
​Toledo, OH  43609
​419.241.1655
Provides interest, awareness and education about Latino art, heritage and culture in an effort to nurture and enhance the creative abilities of all people.
United WayToledo

United Way 2-1-1
424 Jackson St.
​Toledo, Ohio  43604
​419.248.2424

​or

​2-1-1 (help line)
Provides books to children aged birth to 5 who live in Toledo are zip codes; Mobilize community resources to improve quality of life, Assistance with fee payment for Ohio State ID cards and Ohio Birth Certificates; Emergency Assistance for specific Union members.

​United Way 2-1-1 website allows you to search online for available resources.
VINE 800.770.0192
​866.847.1298 (TTY)
Automated service for victims to track the custody status of offenders in jail or prison.  Registration required.  Notification through website, phone or email.
YWCA Northwest Ohio 1018 Jefferson Ave.
​Toledo, Ohio  43604
​419.241.3235
Provides support and assistance to victims of domestic violence needing help understanding the judicial process. Can answer questions regarding custody, criminal charges, protection orders, dissolution and divorce, and property issues. Advocates may attend legal and court appointments with the victim as requested. Advocates are NOT attorneys, but can assist with filing for Victim Compensation as well as provide screenings and referrals for legal aid; Overall Healthcare services for women and children; Parenting Classes; Referrals for Child Care; Sex Education and Pregnancy Prevention; Sexual Assault Hotline (see HOPE Center YWCA above); Youth Development.