The Victims Forum programs are free in-school presentations funded in part through the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization Advocates for Victims and Justice, Inc. Victims Forum educates youth in our community about the ramifications of bullying, cyber-bullying and sexting, teen dating violence, and the heroin/opioid crisis.
Peacemakers is an anti-bullying program designed to educate kindergartners through fifth graders about the consequences of bullying. Children are encouraged to create a nurturing and respectful environment.
CYBER-BULLYING AND SEXTING
Students in grades six through twelve are taught the definitions of cyber-bullying and sexting. We discuss the emotional and social ramifications and provide tips on how to handle these situations.
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE
Students in grades eight through twelve learn the warning signs and various types of dating violence. We provide information to empower young people to successfully deal with these type of situation. Respect, consent, and the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships are addressed.
HEROIN AND OPIOID AWARENESS
This presentation educates students in grades eight through twelve about the addictive properties of heroin and opioids. Additionally, we discuss the health consequences and long term ramifications of drug addiction. We share statistics and hold discussions on opiate issues in Lucas County.
Location: Common Pleas Court General Division, 700 Adams Street, Toledo, OH 43604
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM through 4:00 PM
|Childrens Services Keeping Yourself Safe brochure||Publication with phone contact numbers and tips geared toward personal safety.|
|Ohio Attorney General Victim Rights||Publication which spells out your rights as a victim, the steps necessary to take full advantage of the various services, and the responsibilities of the criminal justice system.|
|Ohio Attorney General Victims Compensation||Links to Victims of Crime Application and Supplemental Application for Victims Compensation.|
|Automated service for victims to track the custody status of offenders in jail or prison. Registration required. Notification through website, phone or email.|
|Visit our CASE INFORMATION Site||Links to sites that will provide court case information.|
|Visit our HOME PAGE||Home page for the Lucas County Prosecutors Office.|
|Visit our DIVISIONS Site||Links to the various divisions of the Lucas County Prosecutors Office.|
|Visit our REPORTING CRIMES Site||Links to Emergency and Non Emergency Agencies.|
|Visit our RESOURCES Site||Links to Local General Support Services; Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services; Clinics/Hospitals; Financial/Education/Employment Services; Food/Housing; Legal Services; Other|
|Visit our SPEAKERS BUREAU Site||Information pertaining to Courthouse Tours and Scheduling of Event Speakers.|
Divisions of Victim/Witness Assistance:
Lucas County Common Pleas Court General Division (Main Office)
Toledo, OH 43604
Ph: (419) 213-4591
Fax: (419) 213-2777
Lucas County Common Pleas Juvenile Division
1801 Spielbusch Avenue
Toledo, OH 43604
Ph: (419) 213-6945
Fax: (419) 213-6956
Sofia Quintera Center
1222 Broadway Street
Toledo, OH 43609
Ph: (419) 241-6816
24 Hour Crisis Response Team
Ph: (419) 245-3324
Ph: (419) 213-6884
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm