Emotional & Relational Support

NCVAN

Homicide Support Groups

NCVAN has organized a Homicide Survivor Support Group in Wake County. Through collaboration with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office, local law enforcement and Campbell Law School, we offer meetings on a monthly basis on the first Tuesday of each month.

 

Homicide Advocacy Project

NCVAN is developing a program to engage volunteers to address those needs for victim/survivors in Durham County and Wake County and eventually plans to replicate the project in other communities across North Carolina.

Locate a Therapist

Psychology Today Counselor Listing

If you’re looking for a counselor/licensed therapist to help you cope with the victimization, Psychology Today lists several at this page. Enter your zip code to search for therapists in your area.

 

Local mental health centers

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

NCCADV leads the state’s movement to end domestic violence and to enhance work with survivors through collaborations, innovative trainings, prevention, technical assistance, state policy development and legal advocacy.

 

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault

NCCASA is an inclusive, statewide alliance working to end sexual violence through education, advocacy, and legislation.

 

Survivor to Survivor (Domestic Violence Resource)

A comprehensive resource for people abused by their intimate partners.

 

SafeLink Wireless

Free Cell Phone for those who qualify.

 

Victim Compensation

Assistance with hospital bills, lost wages or funeral expenses for eligible victims. Survivors who’ve fled a domestic violence relationship may be eligible for their Displaced Homemaker Program. A police report is required and victims have two years to apply. See the Victim Compensation Web site for more information.

 

Address Confidentiality Program

Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking who have escaped abuse may be eligible to have their new address concealed from public records. View the Web site for more information.

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Trained advocates there to help 24/7. Reach them by phone at 1-800-799-SAFE (TTY 800-787-3224).

 

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Comprehensive resource and educational information regarding domestic violence.

 

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

National resources and support for sexual assault survivors. Reach them by phone at 1-877-739-3895 (TTY 717-909-0715).

 

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

National resources and support for sexual assault survivors. Reach them by phone at 1-800-656-HOPE.

 

Survivor to Survivor (Domestic Violence Resource)

A comprehensive resource for people abused by their intimate partners.

 

The National Center for Victims of Crime – Stalking Resource Center

Victim Connect Resource Center

Robbery, ID Theft, Bullying

Victim Compensation for victims with injury related medical bills

Assistance with hospital bills, lost wages or funeral expenses for eligible victims. Survivors who’ve fled a domestic violence relationship may be eligible for their Displaced Homemaker Program. A police report is required and victims have two years to apply. See the Victim Compensation Web site for more information.

 

Information for ID Theft Victims

Steps to take when your identity has been stolen.

 

How to prevent ID Theft

How to protect yourself from identity theft.

 

ID Theft Resource Center

Free assistance for all types of ID theft. Reach them by phone at 1-888-400-5530.

 

Stop Bullying Now

A comprehensive resource for victims of bullying and cyberbullying and family members. A great resource for parents, educators, teens and peers.

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