Director and Staff Blog



Britny's Law

Category: Domestic Violence

On July 11, 2017, Senate Bill 600, also known as “Britny’s Law,” was signed by Gov. Roy Cooper.

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Children Witnessing Domestic Violence

Category: Domestic Violence

If the child is not directly physically harmed, outsiders, and even the parents, may assume the child is safe. Unfortunately, this is likely not true.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month YouTube Challenge

Category: Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Awareness Month YouTube Challenge

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#PutTheNailinIt

Category: Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Across the United States, women, men, and children are painting a nail purple to show their support in helping to end domestic violence.

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Changes needed in the justice system

Category: Domestic Violence

Over the summer, Pennsylvania resident, Tierne Ewing, was kidnapped and brutally abused and tortured by her husband, Kevin Ewing.

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What message is the NFL really sending?

Category: Domestic Violence

The National Football League claims they are taking a stand to combat domestic violence.

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Pinecrest High School students spreading Teen Dating Violence Awareness

Category: Domestic Violence

Pinecrest High School Students Spread Awareness About Teen Dating Violence

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Dating Violence is Domestic Violence - Be Proactive

Category: Domestic Violence

A simple conversation can go a long way to bringing light to a difficult conversation- a conversation about domestic violence. Refuse to remain a silent majority

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Building Healthy Communities by Ending Domestic Violence

Category: Domestic Violence

Last year, in 2014, Moore County Sheriff’s deputies handled over 1,000 domestic violence calls. Currently, Friend to Friend serves approximately 2,700 domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. There is an increased demand on Friend to Friend, as bordering counties shelters have closed due to the counties’ inability to sustain the shelter. Therefore, Friend to Friend’s services and programs are becoming a regional responsibility, and includes a clear vision to meet the unmet needs of the underserved in the region.

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