Victims Forum

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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.


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.


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.


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
Phone:           419-213-6884
Fax:               419-213-2777

Lucas County Victim Witness Division

Divisions of Victim/Witness Assistance:

Lucas County Common Pleas Court General Division (Main Office)
700 Adams
3rd Floor
Toledo, OH 43604
Ph: (419) 213-4591
Fax: (419) 213-2777

Lucas County Common Pleas Juvenile Division
1801 Spielbusch Avenue
2nd Floor
Toledo, OH 43604
Ph: (419) 213-6945
Fax: (419) 213-6956

Hispanic/Latino Outreach
Sofia Quintera Center
1222 Broadway Street
Toledo, OH  43609
Ph: (419) 241-6816

24 Hour Crisis Response Team
Ph: (419) 245-3324

Victims Forum
Ph: (419) 213-6884

Contact Us


Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm