Our Services 

  • If you are in immediate danger, call 911.

  • To reach our 24-hour crisis line, call 336-226-5985.

  • To reach our main office, call 336-226-5982.

 

If you or a loved one feels abused, threatened, scared, or unsafe in an intimate partner relationship, Family Abuse Services can help. Click Here for a copy of our brochure. 

 

Crisis Line
If you are in immediate danger, call 911. If you are or someone you know may be experiencing domestic violence, you can reach our emergency hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 336-226-5985. Our trained  staff can answer your questions and get you the help you need.

 

Shelter & Transitional Housing

The Emergency Shelter, Our Sister’s House, will provide domestic violence survivors and their families with immediate, short-term safe housing. All services are provided at no cost. After staying in The Emergency Shelter, may be able to apply and live in longer term “transitional” housing.

 

Court Advocacy
The court system is a difficult process that you do not have to go through alone, and the process itself is worth the time to get you (or someone you know) the freedom from a former abusive partner. Our trained court advocates provide initial help and support needed to begin the legal process. Click Here for the Court Advocacy Brochure. 

 

Family Abuse Services has videos to help prepare clients for court. Click to watch.

                          Ex Parte                      Legal Advice                         Mock Trial

 

Volunteer Court Navigator Program 
The Volunteer Court Navigator Program (VCNP) provides you with a support system throughout your experiences with the court system. Volunteers will also provide personal support to victims before, during, and after court proceedings. Click Here for the Volunteer Court Navigator Brochure. 

 

Support Group 
We offer two support group programs for those who have experienced intimate partner violence: currently in the situation, have recently left, or experienced abuse in the past. Our support groups meet every Tuesday from 6:00- 7:30pm at our main office, 1950 Martin Street in Burlington. Attendees are encouraged to arrive by 5:45pm as programming starts promptly at 6:00pm. Both the English-speaking and Spanish-speaking groups focus on peer support, domestic violence education, and skill-building exercises. Free childcare is provided.

 

El grupo se lleva a cabo todos los Martes de 6:00 p.m. a 7:30 p.m.  Ofrecemos cuidado de niños.

 

Hispanic Outreach 
Aquí puedes buscar a la información en Español. Si necesitas más información por favor contactarse al
 336-264-2935.

FAS Wheel of Services

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