About the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence
We Are Ohio's Rape Crisis and Prevention Coalition
The Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence serves as Ohio’s rape crisis coalition. State sexual assault coalitions serve as the main training and technical assistance provider for rape crisis centers on best practices in programming and administration, and they advocate on behalf of rape crisis centers and the survivors they serve in public policy advocacy efforts at the state and federal levels.
State coalitions also lead statewide public awareness efforts and support local rape crisis centers in engaging with diverse communities, survivors, and service providers in their service areas. At OAESV we provide many services, including training for advocates and preventionists, technical assistance for local programs, systems advocacy, public policy work and much more.
Services and Resources for Sexual Violence Survivors, Advocates, Care Providers, and Preventionists
Trainings & Events Calendar
Budget Briefing Packet
FY 2022 & 2023
Rape Crisis Centers Line Item - GRF 055501
This budget briefing packet contains information regarding the Rape Crisis Centers Line Item, including a recipient spending report, services & intake data, and federal funding cuts. This information was drafted for Ohio’s lawmakers but is great information for all who are invested in Ohio’s future free from sexual violence.
OAESV currently has three open positions. Please click the position title to see the full description and qualification requirements:
- Director of Public Policy – Full-Time
- Development Coordinator – Contractual
- Human Resources Coordinator – Contractual
Please visit www.oaesv.org/2021Employment to submit your application, including your resume and cover letter. The last day to apply is Friday, October 22nd. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
From the Blog
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