My Army Life Too: Web site of choice for Army families providing accurate and up-to-date articles and information on various topics.
MilitaryHOMEFRONT: The official Department of Defense web site for reliable Quality of Life information designed to help troops and their families, leaders and service providers. Whether you live the military lifestyle or support those who do, you’ll find what you need!
Ohio Cares: OHIOCARES is a collaboration of state and local agencies supporting the behavioral health of returning OIF/OEF veterans and their families. Although the VA is the primary source of services for veterans, this partnership identifies community based resources also available to veterans and their families.
Ohio Joint Family Support Assistance Program(JFSAP): The Ohio JFSAP team executes its mission as part of the ONG Family Readiness & Warrior Support Program. (877) 695-2170
Military One Source: The Defense Department has established a “one-stop” place to go whenever service members or family members need assistance with any kind of problem.
DOD Sexual Assault Prevention and Response: Web site that serves as the single point of accountability for the Department of Defense sexual assault policy.
Ohio Health: Web site for Ohio Health and the Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio.
Army Sexual Assault Program: Web site for the Army’s Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
SARNCO: “You talk, we listen.”
The Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO) is the local sexual assault intervention and prevention program. SARNCO works with local law enforcement and social services agencies to provide medical and social support services to victims of sexual assault. Services include evaluation and treatment in local emergency departments, emotional support from volunteer advocates, a 24-hour rape helpline, referrals to aftercare counseling and community outreach and prevention education.
DOD Family Advocacy Program: Department of Defense web site that outlines the DOD Directive 6400.1, that establishes the Family Advocacy Program for all branches of the military.
DSCC Employee Assistance Program: When you are experience ongoing or overwhelming problems in your work or personal life, the EAP can help. Problems can affect our relationships and our job performance. You or any member of your family can contact the EAP directly through the infomration provided on their web site.
Choices: CHOICES is an agency dedicated to serving victims of domestic and relationship violence. CHOICES provides a 24-hour crisis and information hotline for information, temporary shelter for women and their children, legal support and advocacy, safety planning, counseling and community education and training. (614) 224-4663 or 1-800-799-SAFE (7299)
Suicide Prevention Hotline: (614) 221-5445 or 1-800-273-TALK (8255)