The Ohio Domestic Violence Network provides legal services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking who cannot be assisted through traditional legal aid programs.
Using a panel of vetted attorneys from around Ohio working on a reduced fee basis, ODVN assists eligible survivors whose income is at or below 225% of the federal poverty level.
Attorneys help with a wide range of legal needs including divorce, parenting time, protection orders, immigration, housing, employment, and other issues. Survivors are screened and referred in by trained advocates at a range of programs including domestic violence shelters and programs, anti-poverty organizations, rape crisis centers, and culturally specific programs around Ohio.
To access services: Go to the Ohio Domestic Violence Network website to find your local domestic violence organization or rape crisis center that can provide a referral.