|Our mission||Women Helping Women serves Southwestern Ohio as a unique provider of crisis intervention and support services for direct and indirect victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking and takes a leading role in educating the community to promote awareness and help prevent these types of abuse.|
|Ways to help|
Assist with teen dating/sexual violence prevention programs given throughout Hamilton County and the Greater Cincinnati area. There also will be opportunities to attend community fairs and programs to provide information to the public about our services.
Accompany survivors of domestic violence as they proceed through the court system. Volunteers are most often utilized to assist with arraignment court, which occurs Monday through Saturday and runs 8:45 - Noon.
Respond to calls and provide hospital accompaniment to survivors of sexual assault during days, evenings, weekends, and holidays.
answer calls and provide crisis intervention on our 24-Hour Hotline may do so anytime Monday through Friday between the hours of 7 am and 5 pm.
|How you help||Volunteers are ordinary people who perform extraordinary work. It doesn’t take a great deal of time or sacrifice to make a difference in the life of another person. All it takes is the desire to reach out to others and a willingness to learn.|
|About us||WHW helps survivors find hope, healing, and empowerment through our confidential support services. We inspire the community to speak out against gender-based violence, and speak up for equal and healthy relationships. We educate and advocate that generations after us grow into change agents to prevent gender-based violence before it ever starts.|