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A Domestic Violence Victim Support Organization

Need help? Call or text our victim support line:  937-469-8007
If you are in immediate danger call 911.
Single Parents Rock empowers victims and survivors of domestic violence to find safety, support, connection and hope.

Everyone deserves to live in safe, nurturing homes where they can feel valued and loved.

WARNING: Emails may not be answered until the next business day.

Our Victim Resources Page is filled with useful  information. Start healing today.

Need help? We are here for you.

For the eighth year, the Ohio Domestic Violence Network has compiled a report with the numbers from media reports of intimate-partner relationship fatalities identified by staff and member programs. The count includes targeted victims, perpetrators, and others who were present when the fatalities occurred.

Domestic Violence Fatalities Tracked in Ohio
Domestic Violence is a National Issue

The sobering statistics from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence emphasizes the urgency of our mission. On average, almost 20 people per minute endure physical abuse at the hands of an intimate partner in the United States. Over the course of a year, this figure surpasses 10 million women and men. Each day, domestic violence hotlines across the nation receive over 20,000 calls, with intimate partner violence accounting for 15% of all violent crimes.

Victims Aren't Just Women

It’s important to dispel the misconception that domestic violence exclusively affects women. In reality, the gender distribution is more evenly balanced, with 15 to 20% of abuse cases involving men. Moreover, children suffer the repercussions, even if they are not direct victims of violence. Shockingly, 1 in 15 children is exposed to intimate partner violence each year, with 90% of these children bearing witness to such traumatic events.

You Are Not Alone

Victims and Survivors Helped 


Victims Provided with Emergency Housing


Victims Provided Transportation


Children Helped


Impact from 2019 to 2022

Single Parents Rock embodies a message of strength, resilience, and solidarity. By using the name "Single Parents Rock," we aim to create a positive and empowering identity for individuals who have experienced domestic violence while also highlighting their unique and admirable qualities as single parents. The term "rock" signifies a source of stability and unwavering support, much like a solid foundation, which is often needed in the lives of those affected by domestic violence.

This name sends a clear message that single parents, particularly those who have overcome the challenges of domestic violence, are strong, capable, and deserving of respect and support. It also encourages a sense of community and camaraderie among survivors, reinforcing that they are not alone on their journey towards healing and rebuilding their lives.

We hope you will will join us in our effort to ensure that Single Parents Rock!

Single Parents Rock = Strength

I was in a domestic violence situation and (Single Parents Rock) came to my rescue quickly. Your staff went over and beyond the call of duty to help me. I appreciate the professionalism of the staff. All I can say is " SINGLE Parents ROCK!!!!!! 

SPR client

Our Partners

Dayton Dream Center

Hope Rising: Formerly Miami Valley Women's Center

Ohio's Safe at Home

Women's Centers of Ohio

YWCA of Hamilton and Butler County

We are able to empower victims and survivors of domestic violence even more thanks to our amazing partners. Whether they provide services or refer clients to us, our collaboration is key to providing comprehensive support.


Church of the Incarnation

The Dayton Foundation

Jeff Schmidt Auto Group

Learn to Earn Dayton

Living Word Church

Miami Valley Unitarian Universalist Church

Montgomery County

Sam's Club




PNC Foundation


Dayton Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta

Trimbach's Body Shop

Our Supporters

We are grateful for every dollar we receive.  Below are the foundations, organizations, religious institutions and businesses that have stepped to show show support our work.



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