The Phoenix Center offers FREE and confidential services to any person who has been effected by sexual and or intimate partner violence. Current services include:

24-hour crisis hotline can be used by anyone that has been effected by sexual or domestic violence.  It is used to discuss your feelings, concerns, and ask any questions you may be having. 

24-hour emergency room responders meet victims at the hospital to support them during the exam process.  We also inform victims of all their reporting options as well as provide resources.

Counseling services are offered by a Licensed Professional and are provided to any family member effected by the assault.  Please contact the agency for more information and to schedule a counseling intake.

Support Groups are provided to survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence over the age of 18. The group meets every other Wednesday and allows survivors to discuss the issues they may be facing. Please call the Agency for more information regarding meetings, times and location.

Courtroom Advocacy is provided during the trial process. An advocate will accompany the victim during any stage of the legal process to support them and inform them of all their rights.

Community Awareness is provided to any agency that would like more information about safety, statistics, resources, and sexual abuse.

Address Confidentiality Program is administered by the North Carolina Attorney General's Office. ACP provides relocated victims of domestic violence, sexual offence, stalking or human trafficking with a substitute address to use in place of their actual address.The goal of ACP is to prevent an assailant or potential assailant from finding the location of a victim through the state's public records.

Safety Planning allows for victims to meet with an advocate who can assist in co-constructing a safety plan. A safety plan is a personalized and practical plan that can help victims be better prepared to handle or avoid dangerous situations and to know the best way to reach when in dangerous situation. 

Law Enforcement Advocacy is provided when a victim has a meeting or interview with local law enforcement. An advocate will accompany the victim and support all IPV or SA concerns during the legal process. 

E- Filing for 50-B domestic violence protective orders offers victims a safe and confidential environment outside of the courthouse to file for a protective order with the assistance of a trained advocate. Victims can complete and file an order of protection and have the case heard before a judge via video-conference. 


The Phoenix Center is always interested in providing new services and knowing what the clients want to see. Please email us at or call 910-485-7273 to suggest a service/program that you would like us to establish.