Ohio Free Printable Domestic Violence Law Posters Ohio Franklin County Workplace Domestic Violence Poster

The Franklin County Workplace Domestic Violence Poster is a domestic violence law poster by the Ohio Department Of Commerce. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Commerce.

This poster is optional to post and describes how to help others and protect yourself from domestic violence in Franklin County.


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Help for Victims of Family Violence
Franklin County Resources
HERE’S HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
• If you are in an emergency situation, call 911.
• Talk to a friend, neighbor, clergy person, family member, or doctor – they can 
be a good source of support and help.
• Make a plan in case you decide to leave. Set aside some cash, important  
documents, (birth certificates, social security cards, immigration papers,  
passports, medical insurance cards, any documentation of abuse, etc.), a spare 
set of keys, and a change of clothes that you can access easily in a crisis situation.
• Contact community resources to find out how they can help. They can assist 
you if you need a place to stay or need help taking legal action against the 
person who is abusing you.
• If you are thinking about leaving, do not inform the abuser/batterer.
• Be aware that the abuser/batterer can use technology to monitor your  
activities (cell phone, text messages, computer, Internet Web sites, GPS, etc.) 
www.nnedv.org/resources/safetynetdocs.html
• Trust your instincts.
HERE’S HOW TO HELP OTHERS
To help someone who is being abused:
• Plan what you want to say, determine a good time and private place to talk alone.
• Ask questions like “How can I help you? What do you want to do about the 
situation?” Be supportive and listen without judgment. Give the victim plenty  
of time to answer.
• Don’t say “Just get out” – it is not a safe piece of advice.
• Let the victim know that you believe that verbal, emotional or physical abuse in 
a relationship is never acceptable and not the victim’s fault.
• Provide the victim with information about local resources that can help. 
To help a child who is being abused:
• Report your suspicions of child abuse to Franklin County Children Services.
• Link the child to a safe adult and contact ChildHelp USA.
To help someone who is a batterer:
• Contact the Ohio Domestic Violence Network for program referral.
No one deserves to be abused. If this is happening to you, it is not your fault. Help is available by calling  
any of the phone numbers listed on this sheet. Remember that you are not alone.
PHONE NUMBERS
EMERGENCY...................................................................911
Ohio Employee Assistance Program.800-221-6327
Optum Behavioral Solutions 24hr... 800-852-1091
Services for Children & Teens:
Child Help USA......................................800-4-A-CHILD
CHOICES, 24/7 crisis/shelter ...............614-224-4663
National Runaway Hotline ..................800-621-4000
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline ......................... 
.......................................................................8\
66-331-9474
Ohio Youth Advocate Program..........614-487-8758
Public Children Services Assoc. of Ohio...................... 
......................................................................614-224-5802
The Center for Family Safety and Healing ................. 
......................................................................614-722-8200
Services for Adult Victims:
Action Ohio Coalition for Battered Women 
......................................................................888-622-9315
Beit Ohr (Contact Mike Broidy) ..........614-449-4200
BRAVO (LGBTQI Services)  ....................866-862-7286
CHOICES, 24/7 crisis/shelter ...............614-224-4663
National Domestic Violence Hotline ..800-799-7233
Office of Criminal Justice Services, Family Violence 
Prevention Center ..................................888-448-4842
Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence ...888-886-8388
Ohio Domestic Violence Network .......800-934-9840
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)  ..
.....................................................................800\
-656-HOPE
Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio 
     (SARNCO) .............................................614-267-7020
 
Legal Resources:
Capital University Family Advocacy Clinic ................. 
......................................................................614-236-6779
City Prosecutor’s Office  ........................614-645-7483
Franklin Co. Prosecutor’s Office .........614-462-3555
Legal Aid Society of Columbus  .........614-224-8374
Ohio State Legal Services Assoc. ....866-LAW-OHIO
Other Programs & Services:
ASHA Ray of Hope (South Asian Community) ......... 
......................................................................614-326-2121
     CrisisLine  .............................................614-565-2918
Asian American Community Services ........................  
......................................................................614-220-4023
Franklin County Office on Aging ......614-525-5230  
Ohio AG Crime Victim Services ..........800-582-2877
Ohio Hispanic Coalition .......................614-840-9934
Shalom Task Force  ................................888-883-2323
Somali Community Assoc. of Ohio .. 614-262-4068
ONLINE RESOURCES
Ohio Organizations and Resources:
ASHA Ray of Hope 
www.asharayofhope.org
Asian American Community Services  
www.aacsohio.org
Office of Criminal Justice Services,
Family Violence Prevention Center  
www.fvpc.ohio.gov
Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence  
www.oaesv.org
Ohio Department of Aging  
www.aging.ohio.gov
Ohio Domestic Violence Network  
www.ODVN.org
Ohio Legal Services  
www.ohiolegalservices.org
Public Children Services Association of Ohio  
www.pcsao.org
The Center for Family Safety and Healing  
www.familysafetyandhealing.org
National Resources:
ChildHelp USA  
www.childhelp.org
Futures Without Violence  
www.futureswithoutviolence.org
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence  
www.ncadv.org
National Domestic Violence Hotline  
www.thehotline.org
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network  
www.rainn.org
614-722-8200  |  www.FamilySafetyandHealing.org
Rev. 9/2015
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Other Ohio Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

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Mandatory 2017 Ohio Minimum Wage Poster Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory Unemployment Compensation Unemployment Law
Mandatory Franklin County Workplace Domestic Violence Poster Domestic Violence Law
Mandatory Non-Franklin County Workplace Domestic Violence Poster Domestic Violence Law
Mandatory Minor Labor Laws Child Labor Law

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