If you or someone you know has been affected by Interpersonal Violence, help is available. Please contact one of the following resources below to assist you:
|University Counseling Center|
Free individual and group counseling support for students. Survivor support group.
|Interpersonal Violence Prevention Services|
Information, support, links to resources, and prevention programming
|Student Health Center|
Health check-up, STI/HIV screening, health counseling, pharmacy
|Police & Public Safety||704‑687‑2200|
|Office of Dean of Students|
Assistance with student conduct process
Safety escort transportation
|Housing and Residence Life||704‑687‑7501|
|Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Domestic Violence Unit||704‑336‑2811|
|Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office|
Information about if a protective order has been served
|Relationship Violence Hotline and Shelter (free)|
Emergency shelter, 24 hour crisis line, residential/non-residential counseling services
|Victim Assistance (free)|
Help with protective order paperwork and court accompaniment. Legal representation project
Assist with victim financial difficulties; must have reported crime within 72 hours & have medical bills as result
|Rape Crisis Hotline||704‑375‑9900|
HERO Program— counseling for child witnesses of relationship violence
NOVA - New Options for Violent Actions—Batterer intervention program
Program Confianza— support for Latina survivors
Mecklenburg County's hotline that provides information on inmate custody status. Automated notification of arrestee’s release.
|Carolinas Medical Center—University|
Provides medical care and has trained SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) staff.
Provides medical care and sexaul assault services. Has trained SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) staff.
|RAINN-National Sexual Assault Hotline||800-656-HOPE|
|Love is Respect—National Dating Abuse Hotline|
www.loveisrespect.org—live chat 24/7
24 hr. texting service: text "LOVEIS" to 22522 to talk to a peer advocate
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-SAFE|