The mission of the Alliance Area Domestic Violence Shelter is to
empower and assist survivors of verbal, emotional, financial,
sexual, and physical abuse by providing education, resources, emergency
shelter and transitional support services.
The AADVS is proud to be a part of
The Tina Project™
A comprehensive curriculum and community approach to addressing teen dating violence.
The Tina Project™ is a
collaboration of Northeast Ohio domestic violence and sexual assault
together to assist schools and communities as they respond to the
requirements of HB 19.
The Tina Project™ is named in honor of Tina Croucher* who at age 18 was murdered by her boyfriend on December 21, 1992. Seventeen years later on December 28, 2009 Governor Ted Strickland signed into law Ohio House Bill 19. “The Tina Croucher Act” requires all schools in the state of
*Named in honor of Tina Croucher with permission granted by her parents.
Alliance Area Domestic Violence Shelter
P.O. Box 3622
Alliance, Ohio 44601
Computer use can be monitored and it is impossible to completely clear. If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, and/or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline.