Helpful Links & Resources

Alamance County Resources

 

Action for Children North Carolina
(919) 834-6623
A state-wide, non-profit child advocacy organization that educates the public about the issues related to child growth in North Carolina.

 

Alamance Regional Medical Center
(336) 538-7000
Alamance Regional Medical Center provides medical attention and assistance to patients.

 

City of Burlington Police Department
(336) 229-3503
The City of Burlington Police Department strives to promote public safety in the Burlington community.

 

CrossRoads: Sexual Assault Response & Resource Center
Crisis Line: (336) 228-0360
CrossRoads strives to reduce sexual violence and child victimization through services  including counseling, advocacy, treatment, and education for both adults and chldren.

 

RHA Health Services, Inc.
(336) 229-5905
RHA is a non-profit provider of services and support for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities in North Carolina.

 

The Exchange Club Family Center of North Carolina, Inc.
Family Center of Alamance: (336) 227-5601    Exchange Club General Office: (336) 748-9028
Exchange/SCAN provides a variety of programs and services to prevent and treat child abuse. The Family Center of Alamance is located in Graham, NC, and serves Alamance, Orange, Chatham, Caswell, Person, Guilford, and Randolph counties.

 

United Way of Alamance County
(336) 438-2000
The United Way of Alamance County is an organization of donors and volunteers that works to deliver programs and services.

 

Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County
(336) 227-6900
The Women’s Resource Center provides programs and services for women in Alamance County.

 

 

 

North Carolina Regional Resources


North Carolina Women’s Conference
An annual conference convening more than 1,500 women from across the state about a variety of women’s issues.

 

North Carolina Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission
(919) 733-2455
A women’s advocacy agency with the North Carolina Department of Administration. The Council advised the Governor, the North Carolina legislature and state departments on issues impacting women in North Carolina.

 

NC Victim Assistance Network
(919) 831-2857
A nonprofit organization that provides support and information for crime victims across the state, and advocates for their fair treatment to the public.

 

Family Services of the Piedmont
(Greensboro Office): (336) 387-6161
A private, nonprofit agency that provides individuals and their families through support services, advocacy, and education.

 

 

 

 

Legal and Financial Resources
 

Center for Financial Social Work
(828) 658-1919
Connects individuals to local financial social workers/counselors.

 

Information on Absolute Divorce
Information on obtaining a divorce in the state of North Carolina.

 

LawHelp.org: North Carolina’s Legal Services Statewide Web Site
An online resource used to help low-income individuals solve legal problems.

 

United States Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women
(202) 307-6026
An office in the U.S. Department of Justice that works to develop the nation’s capacity to reduce violence against women and administer justice for and strengthen services to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

 

Women’s Law
An online resource that provides legal information and support to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

 

Supervised Visitation Network
(904) 419-7861
A non-profit membership organization comprised of a network of agencies and individuals who work to provide children with safe, conflict-free access to the parents they do not live with.

 

Health and Abuse Resources


Child Welfare Information Gateway
1-800-422-4453
A subset of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services that provides the public with information, resources, and tools on child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more.

 

Domestic Violence Safety Plan for Stalking
 

Help for Abused and Battered Women
 

Help for Abused Men
 

Information for Mothers Who Have Experience Abuse
A guide about supervised visitation programs, specifically geared towards helping mothers whose children will be visiting their fathers through supervised visitation.

 

Violence Against Women
A PDF on violence against women.

 

 

Elder Abuse Information


Elder Abuse: Types, Signs, Risk Factors, and Prevention


NCEA: National Center on Elder Abuse
1-855-500-3537
Provides information on elder abuse.

 

 

 

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