Southeastern Family Violence Center

Pursuing Peace in Robeson County

  
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All Services are Free and Confidential
We strive to be accessible to all people, please let us know how we can help. 


Intimate Partner/Family Violence Services

Confidential 24-Hour Crisis Line
We are available to talk anytime for support and to explore options. 
Call 739-8622 or 1-800-742-7794 to talk or to access shelter.

Safe Shelter
We provide a safe haven for women and children available 24-hours (we can assist men and teenage boys). The shelter is a warm home-like environment. Whether you need just a couple days, weeks or longer we are available as a safe alternative to violence and abuse. A typical stay is up to 30 days. During a stay we can assist you with safety planning, locating safe housing, employment, health care, children’s services and identifying other resources. 

Crisis Intervention 
We are available 24/hrs for one-on-one time to discuss feelings, options and planning - 910-739-8622

Court Advocacy
Seeking help from law enforcement or the court system can be a hard step to take. We can accompany you when going to court and provide assistance with obtaining a domestic violence protection order. We have worked with law enforcement and the Courts on behalf of survivors of violence for over 20 years. We can help you understand the process and what your options are. 

Support Groups
We provide a safe space for you to share experiences and feelings with others who have similar experiences. Please contact us for more info or to sign up.


Children’s Program
Often children who have experienced family violence need additional help to recover from the affects of abuse. SFVC provides support for children through one-on-one and group time.

Information & Referral
We work with many groups in the community to connect with resources 

Community Dialogues
We travel in our community to discuss intimate partner/family violence with any interested group. We can tailor a presentation or training to meet your group’s interests/needs. Please contact us to schedule. 


Displaced Homemaker Services
The New Choices Program empowers displaced homemakers by providing servicesthat build skills and confidence to achieve economic self-sufficiency through education and employment. Financial assistance may also be available to help you pay for books, tuition, transportation, uniforms or childcare. 

New Choices Provides One-on-One Assistance and Workshops Focusing On:

  • Personal Development coaching/mentoring, help with making personal goals/plans
  • Career Counseling help with making career choices by assessing your interests and market trends
  • Cover Letters and Resumes learn how to make your skills shine through to possible employers
  • Interviewing Skills build confidence and experience in answering the “hard” questions
  • Budgeting and Time Management work as a team to learn proven and effective methods to manage your money and time

Call for more info! 910-739-8622