Supportive counseling

We offer free and confidential counseling for anyone affected by domestic abuse. This includes those who are currently or have formerly experienced domestic abuse, as well as children who have witnessed verbal, emotional, or physical abuse in their homes.

Living in an abusive relationship can leave you with:

  • very low self-esteem

  • feelings of worthlessness, confusion or guilt

  • frequent worrying, sadness or depression

  • emotional exhaustion

  • feelings of being trapped and hopeless

 

We can help by offering:

  • safety planning for adults and children

  • education about the cycle of violence and escaping abusive relationships

  • assistance with employment, education and housing options

  • support in preparing for the future by developing necessary skills and overcoming emotional barriers

  • tools to develop and refine your ability to achieve and sustain independence from abuse

These problems can be difficult to sort out on your own, so we can also make referrals for professional counseling services. 

WE are HERE FOR YOU.

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Supportive
Counseling

All counseling sessions are free and confidential.

24-hour Helpline

Speak with a trained advocate at 252-940-0007 to discuss your options.

supportive counseling

We offer free and confidential counseling for anyone affected by domestic abuse.

Court advocacy

Learn more about your civil and criminal options for protection from your abuser.

community education

1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of domestic abuse.