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Carolina Community Academy: Emotional Support

It can be helpful to seek emotional support from confidential resources to process an experience and its impact, explore options and resources, or consider support that exists in the community. Individuals can connect with these resources at any time and do not need to report to law enforcement and/or the University to access these resources.

Resources provided are not an exhaustive list. Individuals can learn more about their specific options by contacting any of the resources listed.

    • Safe Haven of Person County| 24 hours / 7 days
    • Safe Haven Website | 24 Hour Crisis Line: (336) 599-7233
    • Administrative Office Location: 29 Abbitt St., Roxboro, NC 2757
    • Sexual Assault Office Location: 915 Ridge Rd., Roxboro, NC 27573
    • This program offers emergency 24-hour hotlines, information and referrals, education, support groups, advocacy and accompaniment for individuals and their children who have been affected by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

      • Durham Crisis Response Center | 24 hours / 7 days
      • DCRC Website | 24 Hour Crisis Line (English): (919) 403-6562 | 24 Hour Crisis Line (Spanish): (919) 519-3735
      • Location: 206 N. Dillard St., Durham, NC 27701
      • This program offers emergency 24-hour hotlines, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, hospital accompaniment, counseling, support groups, and crisis intervention for individuals who have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.

  • CrossRoads | 24 hours / 7 days
  • CrossRoads Website | 24 Hour Crisis Line: (336) 228-0360
  • Caswell Office Location: 1064 NC Hwy 86 N, Yanceyville, NC 27379
  • Through its Child Advocacy Center, CrossRoads provides free, onsite therapeutic services and referrals and provides crisis intervention and response through crisis assessment, medical treatment, safety planning, community referrals and a 24/7 helpline.

    • S.a.M. Child Advocacy Center (Vance County) | 24 hours / 7 days
    • Phone: (252) 572-4112 | S.a.M. email | S.a.M Facebook page
    • Works with children and non-offending family members to provide advocacy and support services, referrals to appropriate services within the community, crisis intervention, as well as medical treatment and referrals.