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Each of the women in the EnVision Proven Success Magazines sought assistance from non-profit organizations. The following are some of these Central Ohio organizations, which continue to make it their mission to give women a helping hand.

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For more community resources call EPS at

614-344-1188 or email the above address.

Resources for Women Central Ohio

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Housing/Extended Care & Rehabilitation Facilities

The P.E.E.R. Center

(614) 453-4830 | 


Maryhaven Inc.; Women’s Extended Care Program

100 Noe Bixby Road, Columbus, OH 43213 

(614) 892-2454


Alvis House 

2100 Stella Ct., Columbus, OH 43215

(614) 252-8402


​​BelleHarbour Management of Ohio | Affordable

Women’s Housing

Columbus Ohio 43229 

(614) 890-1479

Sherry Mitchell, CEO/Owner of Glorified Fitness
Office: (614) 942-6014

Mobile: (614) 441-6611

Top-Rated Costa Mesa Treatment Center - Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor House Guide and Dating Violence Statistics

for 2019.

(937) 717-5908 & for Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Juvenile/Familial Care Resources

Chloe Inc., Equipping Teen Moms

1729 Durbridge Columbus, OH 43229 

(614) 447-1426  |

Columbus Diaper Coalition

566 Rich Street 

(614) 619-9180 |

Juvenile Justice Coalition/ Ohio Organizing


35 E. Gay Street Columbus, Ohio

(330) 743-1196


Ohio Family Care Association 

1151 Bethel Rd., Suite 104B

(614) 222-2712 | 


Pregnancy/Prenatal Care

Celebrate One


The Bluffs: Drug & Alcohol Rehab for Pregnant Women

2650 Lodge Rd. SW, Sherrodsville Ohio

(888) 481-7821 |

Child Support Enforcement Agency Franklin County 

(614) 525-3275 |

Community Support & Career Resources

Dress for Success Columbus

1204 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43201 

(614) 291-5420 |

MCS -T.O.U.C.H. : Resources for At-Risk populations in

Franklin County  614-338-8733

COAACC: Central Ohio African American Chamber of Commerce 

(614) 377-4874 |


New Directions Career Center: Career Guidance for Women 

199E Rich St, Columbus, OH 43215 

(614) 849-0028 |


The Salvation Army: Combatting Human Trafficking 


Greyhound Bus: Main # 614-228-2266 

Greyhound customer service 614-221-4242


Columbus TWLOHA: "You Are Not Alone"


Action Ohio Coalition: Advocating for battered women & their families.   5900 Roche Drive 43229

1-888-622-9315 or 614-825-0551 |

Caresource has shared this brochure for anyone you support requiring information on how to receive insurance. There are so many individuals out of work. Please feel free to reach out if there is anything I can do to support, or if you have questions.
Together, We are One!

Faith Mission Health Center MAT Program

An outpatient program that addresses both medical and addiction services under one roof. 

LSS 211 Central Ohio

Vital service that connects essential resources like Food, Clothing and shelter, and other services that effect daily life.

Healthcare & Crisis Intervention

Netcare Access: CRISIS INTERVENTION & Mental Illness referrals

199 S. Central Ave, Columbus, OH | 741 E. Broad St, Columbus, OH 

614-276-CARE (2273) |


AIDS Resource Center Ohio/ Equitas Health Pharmacy 

1033 N High St, Columbus 

(614) 340-6776 


Traveling Resources for the Visually Impaired

VOICEcorps: Reading Services for the Visually Impaired

 2955 W Broad St, Columbus 

(614) 274-7650 |


Columbus Health Department

240 Parsons Ave, Columbus 

(614) 645-7417 |

North Central Ohio Mental Health Services

1301 North High Street 43201

614-299-6600 |

Mental Health Awareness & Self Care 

Conversations led by Shaddia Flint, youth with professional and educational experience in mental health.

Addiction Center: Web Guide

For 24/7 Treatment Help Call (855) 513-0325


Educational Guide on Domestic Violence & Substance Abuse


Fentanyl Facts & Overdose Awareness

AIDS Healthcare Foundation


Tapestry Eating Disorder Treatment Centers of WNC


Drowsy Driving Information & Resources


Safe Harbor House 

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Screening Test for Women 


Mesothelioma Prognosis & Resources

For over 15 years Mesothelioma Lawyer Center has been helping families like yours connect with leading mesothelioma lawyers in their area. There are many law firms that handle mesothelioma cases, and your choices may seem overwhelming. Mesothelioma Lawyer Center clears through the confusion and help you locate only the top lawyers. 

A Comprehensive Guide to Overcoming Your Low Self-Esteem


Helplines & Hotlines:

Poison Treatment & Advice Hotline Central Ohio (24-Hour) 



National Suicide Prevention Hotline (24-Hour) 988 or

(614) 221-5445


Mental Health Crisis Hotline Franklin County (24-Hour) Adults > 18 (Netcare): (614) 276-2273


Huckleberry House Runaway Helpline (24-Hour) (614) 294-5553


Emergency Shelter & Homeless Hotline (24-Hour) 



Food Kitchens & Food Pantries Central Ohio

(Monday-Friday 8am-4pm) (614) 341-2282


HandsOn Hotline for General Help (24-Hour) 2-1-1 or

(614) 221-2255


Ohio Tobacco Quit Line 1-800-QUIT-NOW or 1-800-784-8669

Pregnancy & Prenatal Care Hotline Central Ohio (614) 721-0009


Rape & Assault Helpline SARNCO (24-Hour) (614) 267-7020 or



Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline CHOICES (24-Hour) 

(614) 224-4663


National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7223 (SAFE)


Social Security Administration 1-800-772-1213 or

1-888-741-1115 to report stolen card


EBT Card customer service 1-866-386-3071


Homeless Hotline 888-474-3587


Columbus Ohio Community Shelter Hotline for Single adults and families (888) 474-3587

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