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Women's Resources



The Women's Fund

The Women's Fund provides education on issues that affect women and girls, creates opportunities for gender equality, performs research to inform and affect policy, and gives women a voice.

The Women's Place

The Women's Place is Ohio State’s central resource for women. They work with and support on-campus groups, organizations and offices and offer professional development opportunities, grants, women’s health information and more.

The League of Women Voters provides support to 33 local leagues across the state, along with services to make voting simple, approachable, and easy.


Additionally, they host educational projects, virtual events, and advocacy efforts for women in Central Ohio and beyond.


Health & Wellness

OhioHealth is a healthcare provider operating throughout the state. This interactive map lists 34 locations for women's health, including gynocologists, maternal/fetal specialists, and more.

A female approach to strength, fitness and wellness. This women-only fitness program is designed to bring your inner strength to the surface through a personalized blend of fitness, strength training, wellness tools and nutrition and lifestyle mentorship services.

Moms2B provides education for low income women dealing with a potential high risk pregnancy, information on how to reduce infant mortality, and a rewards programs.

Columbus Women's Wellness provides therapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, family conflict and many more.

Planned Parenthood is a healthcare provider that supplies education programs, prenatal programs, and support for people of color, low incomes, and the LGBTQ+ community.

Call 1-800-230-7526 for more information.


Support Services

Connecting residents in Franklin County with comprehensive and up-to-date information about social, health and government services.
211 is the most comprehensive source of information about local resources and services in the country. Thousands of caring, local experts are available to help, 24/7. Calls to 211 are confidential and can be anonymous.
NCCC provides women's empowerment programs for free, covering individual and group therapy, healthy living, meditation, yoga, sober family activities, women's health, and more!
The National Organization of Women provides programs on how to organize for justice, how to lead a campaign or how to be a part of a feminist group.

ODVN provides support to those suffering from domestic violence  through direct assistance, social change, and public awareness.

Call 1-800-934-9840 for assistance.

The Rape Abuse Incest National Network provides the national sexual assault hotline with providers across the country, state laws, personalized stories, and warning signs.


​Call 1-800-656-4673 for support.

Leadership Development

With chapters in Central and Northeastern Ohio, The Coalition of 100 Black Women serves to advocate on behalf of black women and girls to promote leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment. 
NAWBO is a dues-based organization representing the interests of women entrepreneurs across all industries. With far-reaching impact, NAWBO is a one-stop resource, propelling women business owners into greater economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide. 
WELD advances women’s leadership by providing women with tools to enhance their individual economic status, and builds programs, events and a community to support female leadership development and business growth. 
YES! Columbus is an affiliate of Dress for Success Columbus. Members are looking to make powerful connections with other female professionals and provides professional development events and volunteer opportunities for their community of over 2,500 professional women.
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