Since 2015, we are proud to say we work with such a great institution as Cleveland Rape Crisis Center. They have been working towards the elimination of sexual violence through the support of survivors of sexual abuse and rape. They strive to promote healing, prevention, and to effect social change.

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center serves more than 36,000 people in Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties each year. leveraging 50 full-time staff and more than 100 volunteers.

From the website:

Core Values & Guiding Principles

In support of the vision and mission of the organization, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center is committed to:

  • Serve all survivors and those supportive of them, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, income, ability or religion.
  • Provide timely access to customized, results-focused services and programs.
  • Create a safe, welcoming, healing and respectful environment where survivors and their families find support.
  • Work to end the silence surrounding sexual violence and the stigma found within our community.
  • Raise awareness about how cultural norms, media attention and societal acceptance or oppression relates to the incidence of sexual violence.
  • Deepen understanding that sexual violence is preventable and incorporate a more holistic, collaborative public health approach to sexual violence prevention.
  • Share expertise and knowledge about, and advocate for, evidence-based rape and sexual abuse practices and policies.
  • Promote a trauma-informed work environment that empowers our staff and volunteers to do their work to their fullest capacity, supports them in their efforts and inspires teamwork in order to provide the best services to the community.
  • Maximize our own and the community’s resources to achieve meaningful, measurable and financially sustainable outcomes.


Service Type
Provider Name
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center,
1228 Euclid Avenue, Suite 200,Cleveland,OH-44115,
Telephone No.(216) 619-6194
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s mission is to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse, promote healing and prevention, and advocate for social change.