These centers provide free, confidential referrals and services for sexual assault victims, survivors and their close family and friends.
One of the most important services is a hotline that you can call to talk to a trained staff member or volunteer about your feelings and concerns related to the assault. Box 2013 Brevard, NC 28712 Administrative Line: (828) 885-7233 Crisis Line(s): (828) 885-7233 Fax: (828) 885-2559 Website: County Inner Banks Hotline PO Box 558 Columbia, NC 27925 Administrative Line: (252) 796-5526 Crisis Line(s): (252) 473-3366 Fax: (252) 252-796-5528 Website: Point, Inc.
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North Carolina has a large number of rape crisis centers throughout the state that can be of help to you.
The State Center for Health Statistics creates the County Health Data Book on an annual basis to provide communities with quantitative data to support community health assessments.
The data in the 2017 County Health Data Book are considered current for Community Health Assessments and State of the County’s Health Reports due the first Monday of March, 2018.
has empowered victims and their families to break the cycle of domestic violence by providing shelter and on-going support services, as well as public awareness and prevention programs.
We are powered by dedicated volunteers committed to making a difference in the lives of families in their community.
Farms and plantations were established in Chowan Precinct during the last quarter of the 17Chowan County is the smallest NC County in geographical size (233 sq mi) but not the smallest in population.Due to reduced staff devoted to Community Health Assessment activities, the State Center for Health Statistics is no longer able to compile data from other agencies. If you have other questions or need clarification/assistance with the community health assessment process, contact your Local Technical Assistance and Training (LTAT) Nurse Consultant.We provide web links below for much of the data from external agencies that were included in previous data books. Rates presented here utilize the National Center for Health Statistics Bridged population estimates.To learn more about Chowan County, please take a tour our website which includes many links to governmental services, Economic Development and Tourism.Hyper-Reach is an emergency notification system, a way for Chowan County to send your voice, a text message, a TTY (teletype for the hearing impaired) message, or an alarm message to county residents with just one phone call.Participated in 56 public awareness events with over 7,785 people in attendance.Our agency was established as a non-profit agency, 501 (c) (3), in January 1986 through the consolidation of the community’s two existing domestic violence programs.Population estimates are periodically modified based on the best available information.Therefore, rates presented in this report may vary over time as revised population estimates become available.Your conversations with rape crisis center staff are kept private and confidential by North Carolina law. Box 1591 Boone, NC 28607-1591 Administrative Line: (828) 264-1532 Crisis Line(s): (828) 262-5035 Fax: (828) 264-1538 Website: Crisis Intervention 155 N. Box 1114 Asheville, NC 28802 Administrative Line: (828) 252-0562 Crisis Line(s): (828) 255-7576 Fax: (828) 252-8601 Website: P. Box 2512 Morganton, NC 28680 Administrative Line: (828) 438-9444 Crisis Line(s): (828) 438-9444 Fax: (828) 437-0323 Website: Swain/ Qualla SAFE P. Box 1416 Bryson City, NC 28713-1416 Administrative Line: (828) 488-9038 Crisis Line(s): (828) 488-6809 Fax: (828) 488-1620 SAFE, Inc. If you are concerned about mandatory reporting to the police or to DSS, you can withhold your name and still have your questions answered in privacy (please see the website’s confidentiality section for further information). Please feel free to call them and use their services, whether you are a teenager, a child or an adult; whether you are LGBT or heterosexual; whether you are a person with or without a disability; and whether you are male or female. (A Safe Home for Everyone) 626 Ashe Central School Road, Unit 1 Jefferson, NC 28640 Administrative Line: (336) 246-5430 Crisis Line(s): (336) 246-5430 Fax: (336) 982-8860 Website: Inc. Market St Suite 225 Washington, NC 27889 Administrative Line: (252) 758-4357 Crisis Line(s): (252) 946-0294 Fax: (252) 758-0455 Website: SAFE (Hertford County) P. Box 98 Ahoskie, NC 27910-0098 Administrative Line: (252) 332-1933 Crisis Line(s): (252) 332-1933 Fax: (252) 332-2450 Families First (Columbus County) P. Box 1776 Whiteville, NC 28472-1776 Administrative Line (Whiteville): (910) 642-5996 Administrative Line (Elizabethtown): (91) 862-2534 Crisis Line(s): (910) 641-0444 Fax: (910) 641-0253 Website: Crisis Center – Brunswick Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. Shalotte, NC 28470 Administrative Line: (910) 392-7185 Crisis Line(s): (910) 392-7460 Fax: (910) 392-0628 Website: VOICE, Inc. We work toward empowering the increasing number of victims and their families to break the cycle of domestic violence.For over 31-years, Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc.Gates County’s last revaluation was effective January 1, 2009.•We determine certain basic characteristics on every property such as building’s dimension, its square footage, type & quality of construction, type of heating & cooling, plumbing, age, condition, desirability, usefulness, etc.