Directory of Victim Services

North Carolina - Statewide

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PO Box 2448, 901 Corporate Center Dr.
Raleigh, NC
NC 27607-5045
The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is responsible for administrative matters of the courts across the state. The basic responsibility of AOC is to maintain an efficient and equitable court system statewide. To that end, the AOC provides fiscal management, personnel services; information and statistical services; trail court scheduling/management services; juvenile services; guardian ad litem program services; research/planning services; and administrative and public information services.
PO Box 2448, 2113 Cameron St., Suite 242
Raleigh, NC

Sandra Farmer, President
Provide information, support, advocacy for persons with brain injury and their families, professionals, and the general public statewide. Assistencia disponible en español.
919-833-9634, Toll-Free 800/377-1464
PO Box 242
Colfax, NC

Brian Yarborough
Respond and Assess damage of crime scenes. Specialize in body decomposition, also do homicides, suicides. Provide detailed reports, photographs, videos, cleaning of carpet and furniture. Certified for trauma scene management, licensed, bonded and insured. Cover NC, SC, VA, and WV.
1300 Western Blvd.
Raleigh, NC

Gerald Branker, Administrator

Notification of prisoner's release, notify victim when put on work release, or community based program or released on parole. Asistencia disponible en español.
PO Box 15711
Wilmington, NC

Lisa Isenhour, President

A pioneer and industry leader, Crime Scene Cleaning Specialists, Inc. has built the reputation as "The Company To Call" when faced with the harsh realities of a traumatic loss. CSCS, Inc. is working to build safer and healthier communities throughout North Carolina, in cooperation with public and private agencies since 1996, dedicated to providing a statewide core program delivering comprehensive victim and survivor centered services. CSC, Inc. provides a service specializing in the cleaning and waste removal associated with crime scenes, accidents, fatalities, unattended deaths, eradicating infectious pathogens and bereavement support. On-call field agents, throughout the state, are available for immediate assistance, resulting in the necessary restoration of a sense of security, guidance and support after a crisis.
4703 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Janice Carmichael, Director
Victim & Justice Services is responsible for overseeing the Victim Compensation Commission, which reimburses citizens who suffer a financial loss as a result of a crime. The division also conducts many community service programs for offenders. In order to be eligible for Victim Compensation an individual must have been a victim of a crime which by its nature, poses a serious threat of personal injury or death and is punishable by fine, imprisonment or death and does not result from a motor vehicle violation except in relation to DWI laws and certain hit-and-run cases. Please contact the Division for more information.
800-826-6200, Crisis Line: 919/733-7974
PO Box 33672
Raleigh, NC

Angeline Echeverria, Executive Director
Our mission is for Latinos to achieve positive social change through building consciousness, capacity, and community action.
Holds support groups for domestic violence and sexual assault victims.
Groups held at the Family Justice Center - 1950 Martin Street, Burlington, 27217
English: Wednesdays at 530pm
Spanish: Tuesdays at 530pm

Sky Sullivan

1201 Front Street, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC

Caroline Valand, Executive Director
The Commission is made up of representatives from all parts of the criminal justice system, local government, the legislature and other citizens. The commission oversees four federal grant programs. Additionally, the commission serves a leadership role in criminal justice planning, issue analysis, program development and coordination.
PO Box 26087, 224 S. Dawson Street
Raleigh, NC

Goerge Hausen, Executive Director
Provides legal services to people with mental disabilities throughout North Carolina with an emphasis on services to those who have limited resources to legal representation. Advocates for the legal rights of individuals with mental disabilities. Provides technical assistance to lawyers and mental health professionals regarding the rights of individuals with mental disabilities. Provides public education regarding the legal rights and responsibilities of individuals with mental disabilities. Litigation and services areas are limited, please call for more information.
5104 Western Blvd., Suite B
Raleigh, NC

Craig Lloyd, Executive Director
MADD's mission is to stop drunk driving and support the victims of this violent crime. The state office offers community education, information and referral and victim advocacy.
919/787-6599 Toll Free: 800/248-6233 Crisis Line: 800/248-6233
9001 Mail Services Road
Raleigh, NC

Josh Stein, Attorney General
The Attorney General is responsible for two main areas: Legal Services and Law Enforcement. The Attorney General consults with and advises judges, district attorneys, magistrates and municipal and court attorneys. Law enforcement responsibilities include the State Bureau of Investigation, which also oversees the Division of Criminal Information and the Training and Standards Division, which oversees the North Carolina Justice Academy, the Criminal Justice Standards Commission, the Sheriff's Education and Training Standards Commission.
4250 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Cynthia Williams, Raleigh Office

Division 1, Teri Andrews - Victim Advocate - 888/837-0468 Fax: 252/830-3218. Division 2, Ashley Evans 800/368-1979. Division 3, Dare Oldham 800/735-1254. Division 4, Melissa Reed 800/735-1276.
4701 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC
The Department of Crime Control and Public Safety's mission is to enhance the quality of life of North Carolinians by controlling crime and ensuring public safety through: Assisting innocent victims of crime; fostering cooperation among criminal justice agencies; planning and coordinating response, recovery and mitigation efforts in the event of a disaster; enforcing those regulations and laws within our jurisdiction; and managing resources to support crime prevention efforts.
325 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC

Sherry Bradsher
Division of Social Services provides numerous emergency services to North Carolinians. There are one hundred local divisions operating in every country across the state. This listing is the state office which oversees the local offices statewide. Vocational Rehabilitation Section: 919/733-3364. Child Protective Services Unit: 919/733-9461. Adult Protective Services/Family Services: 919/733-3818.
PO Box 2448
Raleigh, NC

Jane Volland, Administrator
Guardians ad Litem and attorney advocates are appointed by Juvenile/District Court to represent the interest of children who are allegedly being abused or neglected. Guardians ad Litem and the attorneys represent the children for two years and may be reappointed for an additional two years upon showing of good cause. Guardians ad Litem report objectively to the court at each juvenile hearing to summarize and prioritize each child's need. The Guardians ad Litem and the attorneys work together to ensure quality representation for children throughout the justice system. Additionally, Guardians ad Litem work with other community agencies to locate and develop resources for children.
919-890-1250 Crisis Line: 800-982-4041
3101 Industrial Drive, Suite 210
Raleigh, NC

Kaye Gooch, Vice President-Programs
Provide services/programs to people with multiple sclerosis in Eastern NC (49 counties) such as education, information and referral, advocacy, emotional support, self-help groups, financial assistance and durable medical equipment loan. Very helpful to victims with multiple sclerosis needing assistance.
919-834-0678 Crisis Line: 800/344-4867x1
2609 Atlantic Ave., Suite 105
Raleigh, NC

Karen McLeod, CEO
A statewide association of agencies that provide residential child care and services to families.
PO Box 10341
Raleigh, NC

Heather Proctor, Executive Director
Advocacy group for issues on aging and the elderly.
8000 Weston Parkway
Cary, NC
Free Lawyer Referral Service. Assistencia disponible en español.
919-677-0561 Toll Free: 800-662-7407
3710 University Drive, Suite 140
Durham, NC

Dana Mangum, Executive Director

811 Spring Forest Rd., Suite 900
Raleigh, NC

Monika Johnson Hostler, Executive Director
The Coalition provides community education and technical assistance to sexual assault programs statewide.
919-871-1015 Toll Free: 888/737-2272
PO Box 25546
Raleigh, NC

Peg Dorer, Executive Director
The Conference of District Attorneys provides training opportunities and administrative assistance for the State's District Attorneys and staff. The Conference also monitors the Victim Witness Legal Assistance programs statewide.
16 West Jones Street
Suite G102
Raleigh, NC 2760
The primary responsibility of the Council is to advise the governor, the North Carolina General Assembly and other principal state departments on the special needs of women in North Carolina. The Council administers grants to non-profit organizations serving victims of sexual assault/domestic violence. collects and distributes information and acts as a resource for county and regional councils for women, works in cooperation with groups working on behalf of women, creates pilot programs to address special needs. Assistencia disponible en español.
Shore Building, 214 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC

Alvin W. Keller
The Department of Correction is responsible for the care, custody and supervision of all individuals sentenced after the conviction of a felony or serious misdemeanor in North Carolina. Additionally, the Department is responsible for providing for the general safety of North Carolina's citizens by operating and maintaining prisons, supervising probationers and parolees and providing certain rehabilitative and educational programs to individuals supervised by the department.
2101 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Dennis Streets, Director
Oversees office area agencies on the aging. Refers to other counties for assistance. Policies to guardianship, domestic violence, refugee, adult protective services, maternity homes, and at risk home case management.
2801 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Linda Harrington, State Director
Services are provided to persons with physical, mental or emotional impairments which result in a substantial impediment to employment. Services include disability and vocational assessment, employment training, counseling, and placement.
PO Box 2472
Raleigh, NC

Susan Katzenelson, Executive Director
Makes recommendations to restore order and truth to the criminal justice system.
2012 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC
Provides a statewide toll-free Information and Referral Service/CARE-LINE, Information and Referral Specialists answer questions and make appropriate referrals to persons seeking assistance or information on available human service programs. The Ombudsman acts as liaison between citizens and the Department of Health & Human Services. Oversees the handling of problems, complaints or inquiries relating to the programs and delivery of services that fall within the jurisdiction of the Department. The department's Hispanic Ombudsman plays a keyrole in identifying needs, developing department policy for the Hispanic/Latino population. The office is equipped with a Tele-communication Device for the Deaf (TDD) and a bilingual staff member to assist Spanish-speaking callers. Assistencia disponible en español.
919-855-4400 Crisis Line: 800-662-7030 TTV: 877-452-2514 TTY (Text Telephone for the Hearing Impaired): 919-733-4851
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Roy Cooper, Governor
3280 A Henderson Drive
Jacksonville, NC 28546
We offer loving hands, caring hearts, attentive ears, compassionate guidance and truthful education by helping those facing possible pregnancies or hurting from the consequences of non-marital sex or abortion. All information, services and gifts are free and confidential. Free pregnancy tests. Information on options and referrals to community agencies.
147 Argonne Dr.
Durham, NC

Diane Jones and Mina Hampton, Chapter Leaders
The purpose of Parents Of Murdered Children-Durham Chapter, Inc. is to assist parents, families and other survivors of homicide with their grief with navigating the criminal justice system. Provides resources and information to loved ones of murder victims.
919-491-0821 or 919-477-3177 or
4222 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC

Anthony Rand, Chairperson
The Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission has absolute jurisdiction over all paroles in the state of North Carolina. This authority includes granting, revoking, and terminating paroles in addition to establishing conditions, revoking, and terminating post release supervision cases. The Commission serves as the final approving authority for certain work release matters and serves additionally as an investigative agency to assist the Governor in exercising his executive clemency authority. Call 800/368-1985 for more information.
3701 National Dr., Suite 118
Raleigh, NC

Sharon Hirsch, President & CEO
Hotline for Parents, Professionals, Citizens Concerned about a Child, Information on Child Abuse Prevention, Professional Training, Effective Parenting Training, Child Advocacy, Mobile Training Unit for Professionals and Community Leaders, Information and Referral
919-829-8009 Crisis Line: 800-422-4453
4800 Falls of Neuse Rd., 2nd. Fl.
Raleigh, NC
Holds hearings and listens to appeals relating to disability determinations.
3320 Garner Road
Raleigh, NC


Robin Pendergraft, Director

The Bureau provides the following services: Assists Local Law Enforcement in Identification of Criminals, Assists with the Scientific Analysis of Evidence of Crimes, Investigate and Prepares Evidence to be Used in Court, Maintains Statistical Information about State Crime Rate and Trends.
501 Industrial Ave.
Greensboro, NC

James Bowman, Special Agent in Charge

Specializing in crimes related to healthcare providers, the Bureau provides the following services: Assists the General Public and Local Law Enforcement in Identification of Criminals, Assists with the Scientific Analysis of Evidence of Crimes, Investigate and Prepares Evidence to be Used in Court, Maintains Statistical Information about State Crime Rate and Trends. Asistencia disponible en español.
540 N. Blount Street
Raleigh, NC

Lawrence Young, Special Agent in Charge

707 Morehead Avenue
Durham, NC

Toby Premoveau, Director

Supported living services for individuals with head trauma injuries. Please call for more information. Assistencia disponible en español.
9001 Mail Services Road
Raleigh, NC
The Citizen's Rights Division ensures that the Attorney General's office advocates and protects the interests of the public. It pursues its mission through community-based prevention programs, policy development and legislation, coordination of existing resources and technology, as well as direct assistance to citizens and victims of crime. This office also oversees the Child Victim Assistance Program (CVAP), a joint effort between the Attorney General's Office and five district attorney's offices, which provides child victims with support and services throughout the criminal justice process. Please contact Rose Hearn, Child Victims Assistance Program Driector, for more information on this program.

With the launch of our new website we want to ensure we continue to be a reliable resource for victims of crime and their loved ones, victim service providers, and allied professionals. To that end we have populated Federal, Nationwide and Statewide resources but have not listed any community-based or local government North Carolina programs.


We are requesting that community-based, non-profit human service agencies and local government human service agencies complete the form above. We will review all submissions and then publish on our website.


In the interim, human service agencies and other North Carolina programs can be found by visiting one of our allied agency websites here:

If you are a NC local program please submit your listing by selecting “Create A Listing” located to the bottom right-hand side of the map, then selecting your region based on the above map. The form is short and easy to complete and we look forward to receiving your submission!


If you are a Federal, Nationwide or Statewide program please also help us out by reviewing your listing and letting us know if there have been changes! Please email us at with your information.


Thank you!