NCCADV knows that victims and survivors have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning July 23 we will have funds available through September 30th, 2021 to help eligible folks pay for rent, utilities and teletherapy.
You are eligible to request COVID Relief Funds if:
- You self-identify as a victim and/or survivor of intimate partner violence/domestic violence (IPV/DV)/teen dating violence OR you are applying on behalf of a child who has been exposed to DV.
- You have been/continue to be adversely economically impacted by COVID-19
- You currently live in North Carolina
Get Help from NC Domestic Violence Service Providers
If you or someone you care about are in need of services, please locate your county and nearest DV agency below.
Local domestic violence agencies serve all 100 counties across North Carolina. They offer a variety of services, from 24-hour confidential crisis hotlines to emergency shelter to support groups and counseling. Below is a non-exhaustive list of available services for survivors of domestic violence. NCCADV does not endorse any agency. We invite you to contact us at 919-956-9124 with any feedback about any of the listed agencies that you feel it would be important for us to have.
For a list of Domestic Violence Intervention Programs, formerly known as Batter Intervention Programs (BIPs), visit the NC Council for Women's Abuser Treatment page.
For additional community resource guides by county, click here. These guides were most recently updated in September 2020.