Places that Help: North Carolina
Updated: October 10, 2023
Included in this list are programs that can offer help/referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state. (Have a suggestion or correction? Contact us!)
(877) 625-4726 (24 hours)
Kiran’s mission is to serve and empower South Asian victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in North Carolina by providing culturally specific services and comprehensive resources. Kiran serves and empowers individuals with backgrounds from the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Services include: a 24-hour crisis line, safety planning, housing assistance, referrals, legal advocacy, help arranging childcare and transportation, and interpretation assistance for various South Asian languages. Their website provides a list of resources for Medicaid assistance, food assistance, financial assistance, housing, elder abuse, and more.
North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV)
3710 University Drive, Suite 300
Durham, NC 27707
The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence works with local domestic violence organizations throughout the state. Their programs include technical assistance, training events, prevention, law and policy advocacy, child advocacy, state policy development, healthcare, housing, language access, economic advocacy and justice, and campus programs. The NCCADV website offers an interactive map and searchable index of domestic violence service providers by county.
North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA)
811 Spring Forest Road, Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27609
The North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault works with local sexual violence organizations throughout the state. Their programs include training and education, advocacy, and legislation. NCCASA provides information, referrals, and resources to individuals, rape crisis programs, and other organizations. Their website has a searchable index of rape crisis centers by county.
WomensLaw serves and supports all survivors, no matter their sex or gender.
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