Press Releases

Now Open in Clark-Fulton.

September 14, 2020

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Opens New Office in Clark-Fulton Neighborhood Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, an organization dedicated to providing direct services to survivors of rape and sexual abuse, is pleased to announce the opening of its new Clark-Fulton Office inside the Astrup Building, located at 2937 West 25th Street, 2nd Floor, Cleveland, OH 44113. This....continue

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Plans to Open a Human Trafficking Drop-In Center

August 31, 2020

  Cleveland Rape Crisis Center today announced plans to open up a drop-in center in Glenville, a neighborhood located on the east side of Cleveland. The drop-in center, slated to open in early 2021, is designed to fill a gap in services for survivors of human trafficking. Human trafficking is the second-largest criminal industry in....continue

Remembering the Imperial Avenue Victims

October 22, 2019

A decade after Cleveland’s Imperial Avenue tragedy, it’s not too late to enact change. When tragedy happens, it can be hard to find hope in the midst of grief, anger, loss and suffering.  Sometimes, the best we can hope for is to learn from the past to prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future.....continue

Survivors of rape and sexual abuse can now access comprehensive healing services at convenient new Shaker Square location

September 17, 2019

Survivors of rape and sexual abuse can now access counseling, support groups, assistance with reporting and criminal justice processes, as well as other healing services at Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s new Shaker Square Office. The new office location, at 13209 Shaker Square, Cleveland, OH 44120, is now open and serving survivors of rape, sexual abuse....continue

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center & WomenSafe Collaborate to Open New Office on Mentor Avenue

April 09 2019

Specialized Services will Help Women, Children and Men Recover from Abuse Cleveland Rape Crisis Center has opened a new office at 8334 Mentor Avenue in the City of Mentor, thanks to funding from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office that was announced in October.  WomenSafe, an organization dedicated to providing emergency shelter and resources to survivors....continue