Our Approach

We strive to bring together people who share a common goal: To create a world where everyone can live – and love – free from the threat of abuse. Until that happens, we work to make North Carolina a safer place by:

  • Advocating at the local, state, and national level for policies that improve survivors’ well-being and prevent harm
  • Supporting local organizations through trainings, technical assistance, best practice resources, and peer convenings
  • Generating creative and culturally-relevant approaches through partnerships with pilot programs

At NCCADV, we do not provide direct services. If you or someone you care about is in need of services, please visit our Get Help page.


Receive training and resources on policy development, prevention and survivor response on campus.

Child Advocacy

Get training and resources to help support children and youth who witness domestic violence.

Economic Advocacy and Justice

Learn how we help develop survivor-centered economic advocacy programs.

Health Care

Learn about our work at the intersection between intimate partner violence (IPV) and health outcomes.


Learn more about how we partner with domestic violence agencies to implement the Safe at Home rapid re-housing program.

Language Access

Get resources and support for providing services to survivors using their preferred language.

Legal & Policy

Get information about legal issues impacting survivors and our current legislative agenda.


Get support on topics relating to violence and abuse prevention principles, trauma-informed principles using a public health approach, and program development, implementation, and evaluation. 

Technical Assistance

Get answers to your questions, program materials, tailored support, and more.


Explore our virtual, e-learning, and in-person training options.