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Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence Programs

According to the 2014 statewide study conducted by UNC Charlotte Belk School of Business, over 157,000 North Carolinians are victims of domestic violence every year. North Carolina General Statute 50B-1 defines domestic violence as, an attempt to cause bodily injury or place a victim or a member of a victim’s family in fear of serious bodily injury or continued harassment resulting in significant emotional distress.

On this website, we provide you with a direct connection to any services you need for assistance with an abusive situation. Visit this comprehensive database to find the contact information for the domestic violence services provider in your North Carolina county. Most of the service providers listed offer legal advocacy services, 24 hour crisis hotlines, assistance with transportation, counseling, housing/shelter services, and assistance for children who have witnessed and/or experienced domestic violence.

If you are a victim of any form of domestic violence, you don’t need to live in fear anymore. There are many ways to seek assistance. There is HELP, and there is HOPE.