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Cleveland Rape Crisis Center supports survivors of rape and sexual abuse, promotes healing and prevention, and advocates for social change. Each year, more than 36,000 people, one-third of them youth, find support by participating in the Center’s counseling, advocacy and education programs in Cuyahoga County, Lake County, Geauga County and Ashtabula County.

Our Services

Whether you were hurt yesterday or decades ago, we are here to support you. Cleveland Rape Crisis Center provides services to all survivors of rape and sexual abuse – women, children, men – and their loved ones.

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Our Locations

We offer services for survivors of rape and sexual abuse in Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Geauga and Lake counties. Whether in our regional satellite offices, campus satellite offices, partner agency locations or community locations, we’re here for you.

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Get help today. Call or text our 24-hour hotline at 216.619.6192 or 440.423.2020 or chat online.

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Happenings

News and Announcements

The Plain Dealer Names Cleveland Rape Crisis Center a Winner in the Northeast Ohio 2017 Top Workplaces Award

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Plain Dealer.  The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement.

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Our Locations

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Opens New Office Location in Ashtabula

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is pleased to announce the opening of its new Ashtabula Office, located at 5021 State Road, Ashtabula, OH, 44004 to provide direct services to survivors of rape and sexual abuse.

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News You Can Use

For LGBTQI+ Survivors: Four Things to Know

Members of the LGBTQI+ community are not immune to rape or sexual abuse.  In fact, studies show that people who self-identify as LGBTQI+ are more likely to have experienced some sort of sexual trauma in their lifetime.

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