Directory of Victim Services

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Address: 147 Argonne Dr.
Durham, NC
27704
Contact/Representative:

Diane Jones and Mina Hampton, Chapter Leaders

Services:: 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.
Business Phone Number: 919-491-0821 or 919-477-3177
Business Contact Email: dianejones@yahoo.com or minah3177@frontier.com
Address: 4222 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC
27699-4222
Contact/Representative:

Anthony Rand, Chairperson

Business Website Address: http://www.doc.state.nc.us/parole/
Services:: 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.
Business Phone Number: 919-716-3010
Business Contact Email: parole@doc.state.nc.us
Address: 3701 National Dr., Suite 118
Raleigh, NC
27612
Contact/Representative:

Sharon Hirsch, President & CEO

Business Website Address: http://www.preventchildabusenc.org
Services:: 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
Business Phone Number: 919-829-8009 Crisis Line: 800-422-4453
Business Contact Email: info@preventchildabusenc.org

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 info@nc-van.org with your information.

 

Thank you!
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