Domestic Violence Resources

Domestic Violence Program – The Supreme Court of Ohio has created a domestic violence program in the state to assist courts throughout the state with domestic violence resources. This site has news about domestic violence in the state, domestic violence data, forms for protection orders, and topics pertaining to domestic violence. The Supreme Court of Ohio can be contacted at:

The Supreme Court of Ohio
65 S. Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Phone: (614) 387-9000



National Coalition Against Domestic Violence – This national not for profit organization, also known as the NCADV, seeks to end domestic violence, empower battered women and children, promote and unify domestic violence programs nationwide, alert and educate the public on domestic violence, and promotes partnerships among domestic violence foundations and programs. This site contains domestic violence resources, information on domestic violence laws, and educational material on domestic violence.

CHOICES - Since 1977, CHOICES has provided counseling, shelter, crisis intervention, education, and community and legal support and advocacy to central Ohio residents facing domestic violence.

P.O. Box 06157
Columbus, OH 43206
Crisis and Information Line: (614) 224-4663

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV)- The NRCDV provides a wide range of free resources, including individualized technical assistance, training and resource materials. The scope of NRCDV’s technical assistance is broad and includes domestic violence intervention and prevention, community education and organizing, public policy and systems advocacy, and funding.


  See also:

Columbus Police Directive for Domestic Violence Allegations

The Ohio Department of Public Safety

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine