The CARE Family Violence Program provides domestic violence services to victims, children and the abusers. This program strives to end violence in the home and assist individuals to establish and maintain positive, nonviolent relationships. The services available at the CARE Center include: a safe house, crisis line, advocacy, legal information, training, case management, individual counseling, parenting workshop, women’s and children’s support groups and RESOLVE - Domestic Violence Intervention Program (batterer's treatment) which is a specialized course designed to teach perpetrators of abuse to end the violence in their relationships. With the exception of the RESOLVE program, services at the CARE Center are provided at no cost.
Our office is located in the Department of Social Services building at 1225 Ramsey Street. Crisis Line assistance is available 24 hours a day including weekends and holidays. Call 910-677-2532. For all other non-crisis business with the Care Center, please call 910-677-2528.
Thank you to the Family Violence Prevention Services Program, US DHHS, and NC Council for Women for financial support.
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