Non-emergency Numbers

Crawford County Non-Emergency Police Numbers
State Police 989-422-4267
Sheriff's Dept. 989-348-6341
Grayling City Police 989-348-4621
Roscommon County Non-Emergency Police Numbers
Non-emergency Central Dispatch for all police agencies in county 989-275-0911
State Police 989-422-5101
Sheriff's Dept. 989-275-5101
Richfield Twp. 989-389-4071
Denton Twp. 989-366-4518
Gerrish Twp. 989-821-5207
Ogemaw County Non-Emergency Police Numbers
State Police 989-345-0955
Sheriff's Dept. 989-345-3111
West Branch City Police 989-345-2627
Rose City Police 989-685-3051
Oscoda County Non-Emergency Police Numbers
State Police 989-826-2316
Sherrif's Dept. 989-826-3214

Useful Web Sites

River House, Inc. receives approximately 750 crisis calls annually. An advocate is always available to talk with someone in crisis. A person does not need to reveal their name.

Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital

West Branch Regional Medical Center

Crawford County Commission on Aging

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Library

National Domestic Violence Hotline

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Family Violence Prevention Fund

Male Survivor: National Organization against Male Sexual Victimization

Michigan's Benchbook on Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Family Violence Prevention Fund

Feminist Majority Foundation - Domestic Violence Information Center

National Organization for Women - Page on violence against women

Working to Halt Online Abuse

Are You Being Stalked? Tips for Protection

Batterers Intervention Services Coalition of Michigan

White Ribbon Campaign

Faith Trust Institute

Choose Respect

Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

New York Asian Women's Center

Fact Sheet on Dating Violence from the Center for Disease Control

When Love Hurts: A Guide for Girls on Love, Respect, and Abuse in Relationships

Cruelty to Animals
This page is the American Humane Society's website on the connection between violence to humans and violence to animals.

The Duluth Model

Since the early 1980s, Duluth—a small community in northern Minnesota—has been an innovator of ways to hold batterers accountable and keep victims safe. The "Duluth Model" is an ever evolving way of thinking about how a community works together to end domestic violence.

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