We lead 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.


NCCADV does NOT provide direct services. If you are looking for crisis services for domestic violence survivors, please visit our Get Help page to find the crisis line number for the domestic violence agency in your county. You can also call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, available 24/7. TTY: 1-800-787-3224


who we serve
  rWho We Serve

We believe it is critical to serve all domestic violence (DV) survivors. We help survivors regardless of race, age, socioeconomic or ethnic group, sexual orientation, gender identity, mental & physical abilities, religious & spiritual beliefs, and immigration status. We can work together to create individual, institutional, and cultural change. We work intentionally and actively to create safe spaces for survivors of DV. The voice and experience of survivors is the foundation of our work. We believe the domestic violence movement can change society.

how-to-find-helpHow to Find Help

If you need immediate assistance, dial 911. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE). Your safety is the most important thing. There are service providers throughout North Carolina who are ready to assist you. This site also provides resources and tips to help you. Here you can learn more about domestic violence and see frequently asked questions we receive. When you are seeking help, remember if you don't get what you need at first, keep trying! There are many people and organizations in our state who want to help you. Find a service provider in NC to get the support you seek. 

support-our-causeSupport Our Cause

We need your help, too. Your support will go directly to NCCADV programming that assists victims of violence in gaining and maintaining their freedom from abuse. It will support parents fighting to protect their children from an abusive partner or ex-partner within the custody court system. It will also support NCCADV's public policy efforts to educate national and state leaders on the issue of domestic violence and influencing national and state legislation, policy and funding decisions that keep victims of violence safe. You can donate online here