If you are a victim of domestic violence, we can help you understand your rights and the protections that North Carolina law affords you.
We can also help you learn where to go for shelter and support in your community. The NC Address Confidentiality Program
can help by allowing victims to keep their new address safe from possible or former abusers.
Domestic violence is against the law
in North Carolina (N.C. General Statutes Chapter 50B
). Victims of domestic violence have the right to take legal action to end the abuse.
We help to to educate our clients about domestic violence and the laws against it. We assist in developing legislation and policies aimed at preventing domestic violence and protecting its victims.