Updated Health and Safety Guidelines
May 28, 2021
If you or a loved one have experienced rape or sexual abuse, no matter how long ago, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is here for you.
Options for Accessing Services
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s counseling, victim assistance, and case management services are available remotely via telehealth and teleservices, as well as in person.
In-person counseling, victim assistance and case management services are available by appointment at our Clark-Fulton Office, Mentor Office, Shaker Square Office, and Westlake Office. Services for survivors of human trafficking are available at the Human Trafficking Drop-In Center.
Counseling, victim assistance and case management are available by telehealth and teleservices, accessible by smart phone, computer or phone. Learn more about accessing services remotely.
Keeping You Safe
At Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, our first priority is the health and safety of our clients. Following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health, the following protocols are in place at all Cleveland Rape Crisis Center locations:
- Our offices are regularly cleaned and sanitized, in accordance with CDC guidelines.
- Employees, clients and visitors who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be required to wear a mask.
- Employees, clients and visitors who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 are asked to wear a mask.
- We will provide disposable face coverings for clients and guests who do not bring their own and wish to wear one.
Make An Appointment
We want to make sure you can access the support you need – whether it’s in person, via telehealth, a phone call, or text. Support and healing are just a text or phone call away.