Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Advocacy Services
The Emergency Department offers 24 hours a day 7 days a week and Victim Advocates and Forensic Nurses to provide one on one care to survivors of violence.
Adena Health System has special services available for children, women, and men who have experienced interpersonal violence such as sexual and/or domestic violence, child or elder abuse, or a hate crime. The Emergency Department offers 24 hours a day 7 days a week and Victim Advocates and Forensic Nurses to provide one on one care to survivors of violence.
- Adult and Pediatric Forensic Evidence Kit Collection
- Forensic Photography
- Information and Referrals
- Emotional Support for survivors and co’survivors
- Crisis Intervention Services: Safety Planning and Shelter Placement
- STD/I Prophylactics
- HIV Prophylactics
- Plan B
Many services are funded by the Attorney General’s Office through the Victims of Crime Act and SAFE Billing Program. Up arriving at the emergency room ask to see a Survivor Advocate and they will be there to help you understand your options to make informed decisions about your care.
Need help with past or current trauma from interpersonal violence but not in need of emergency medical care? Adena’s Survivor Advocacy Program Can help.
Adena Regional Medical Center's help line: 740-779-7263
Advocate Services 740-779-7263
Forensic Nursing Services 740-779-8655
Crisis Center: 740-773-4357
Email is also an option for survivors: email@example.com
The Adena help line is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For after hours: Call 1-844-OHIO-HELP