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  • Title: Home | Center for Family Violence Prevention
    Descriptive info: .. IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL.. 911.. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL OUR CRISIS LINE:.. (252) 752-3811.. OR TOLL FREE.. 1-888-278-6201.. 150 E.. Arlington Blvd.. Suite D, Greenville, NC 27858 Call (252)758-4400.. Fax (252)752-4197.. Tweets by @C4FVP.. 10/23/2013.. - Zaxby's Gives Back.. Details.. 10/26/2013.. - Ladies in Hats.. 10/28/2013.. - Cell Phone Drive & Bake Sale.. 10/29/2013.. View All Events.. Close [X].. Thank You!.. For your generosity support!.. _______________________________________.. We Say.. ____________________________________.. Points of Interest.. Domestic Violence Prevention: A history of milestones and achievements.. This interactive timeline by VAWnet.. org.. documents.. key historical events known to significantly impact or advance the goal of intimate partner violence prevention in the United States, noting intersections with sister.. social justice.. movements.. The information is complied from several timelines and listings of prevention milestones.. Click on the picture to go to the TimeLine Now!.. ________________________________.. Staff Sightings.. Congratulations to our very own, Dawna Banks, newest recipient of the.. Paul Harris Fellow award, from the Greenville North Carolina Rotary.. Dawna Banks, Family Center Manager.. ATA Martial Arts of Greenville.. Can You? Yes, I Can!.. Our Self-Defense Lesson with Carlos Leoni, ATA Greenville.. Martial Arts can help victims of Domestic Violence to regain their confidence while learning how to defend themselves in a violent situation.. Pictured:.. Left: Lorrie Palaruan (Community Advocate) her mother, Gee.. Middle: Angie Waterman (Administrative Assistant) her niece, Zoe.. Right: Meli (it's never too early to start learning about Self Defense).. Like ATA on Facebook!.. Habitat for Humanity Women Build.. Lorrie Palaruan, Community Advocate for the C4FVP, was spotted slinging a.. hammer  ...   in urging dads to have serious and substantive conversations with their sons and daughters, not only about the perils of drugs and alcohol or the importance of education, but about what it means to have healthy relationships.. Too often, we see the horrific results of the mistreatment of women and children on the evening news and in crime statistics.. Every 15 seconds, a woman is abused.. by her partner.. Nearly.. three out of every four Americans.. knows someone personally who is or has been a victim of domestic violence.. Sex trafficking -- especially of young children -- is.. increasing.. at alarming rates across our country.. And while we stand tall and proud with those men and women who have served and continue to serve in our military, we have seen even those institutions shaken by the scourge of sexual assault --.. 26,000 members of the Armed Forces were sexually assaulted.. in just one year.. As fathers, we must fight to keep VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) fully funded and declare war on human trafficking in our country and everywhere it exists.. We need to evolve in our perception and treatment of young women everywhere.. It is important to say, free of ambiguity or hesitation, that violence and abuse, power and control, are never acceptable.. That's precisely where dads come in.. I am firmly convinced that we can cause a chain reaction of hope if our children hear directly from us precisely why healthy relationships must be a priority.. Every day.. Every night.. In every way.. Read more on this story on HuffingtonPost.. com..

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  • Title: About Us | Center for Family Violence Prevention
    Descriptive info: 1-800-537-2238.. Fax (252)752-4197.. Who We Are.. The Center for Family Violence Prevention is a non-profit organization based out of Greenville, North Carolina dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence.. We offer counseling for victims and their families, provide court advocates who assist victims in legal matters, and provide treatment programs.. Our safe house, New Directions, provides victims and their families safe shelter and prepares them to be self-sufficient.. Our Mission.. Our mission is to break the cycle of domestic violence while enhancing individual self-sufficiency and promoting healthy family relationships.. We are dedicated to providing safe housing and supportive services to individuals in domestic violence situations.. Our History.. Established in 1983 by a grant co-authored by the Pitt County Mental Health Center and the Family Practice Center, our agency was originally called the Family Violence Task Force.. In 1984 we received additional funding from Pitt County and the NC Council for Women to provide services to women and children who were victims of domestic violence.. In 1986, we were incorporated as the Pitt County Family Violence Agency, Inc.. and became a United Way agency.. That same year the City of Greenville leased a house to our agency to use as a shelter for accommodating up to 18 women and children.. In 1993, the Domestic Violence Network, a  ...   This allowed us to establish a private, professional counseling environment for women and children who did not live at our safehouse and also provided access to the public.. In 2000, we expanded our Children's Services Program, adding an additional parenting class and initiating a court group for children that received referals from the women that participated in our Court Prep Group.. In July 2000, we added the Abuse in Later Life Program that targets victims over the age of 50 years.. Our administrative office is currently located at 150 E.. Arlington Blvd, Suite D, Greenville, NC.. Our Future.. We currently serve Martin, Pitt, and Washington counties.. We plan to continue to actively support victims and dedicate our services to the families who are affected by domestic violence.. We receive operational funding from local, state and federal government and the United Way as well as from private donors and community groups.. 2012 BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. Myers Chandler.. Chairman.. Kate Phelps.. Secretary.. Bennie Hardy.. Treasurer.. Diana Cooper-Mann.. Executive Director.. Nikki Adams.. Shalisa Baker.. Jackie Beck.. Sgt.. Dan Blanchard.. Amanda Bramble.. Scott Cullom.. Romeo Garcia.. Rachel Gavette.. Jason Godley.. John Guard.. Nikki James.. Nikki Jones.. Laura King.. Tonya Leggett.. Damon Rappleyea.. Jerry W.. Rhodes.. Deb Ryals.. Marcia Spears.. Peter Sword.. Dr.. Vera A.. Tabakova.. Michael Weller.. Wendy Winstea.. d.. Share.. Tweet..

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  • Title: What Is DV? | Center For Family Violence Prevention
    Descriptive info: What Is Domestic Violence?.. Types of Abuse Include.. (but are not limited to):.. Emotional/Verbal Abuse.. Continuous criticism, shouting, name calling, or insults.. Withholding affection or approval as punishment.. Public (or private) humiliation.. Ignoring feelings and needs.. Accusations of sleeping around.. Not allowing you to work.. Threatens to hurt/kill you or your family.. Threatens to kidnap the children.. Taking away money.. Taking away car keys.. Punishing/depriving your children to hurt you.. Physical Abuse.. Being locked out of the house.. Pushing and shoving.. Hair pulling and biting.. Hitting/punching.. Choking.. Having a weapon used against you.. Being deprived of sleep.. Holding you to keep you from leaving.. Subjected you to reckless driving.. Abandonment in a dangerous place.. Sexual Abuse.. Forcing sex when you do not want it.. Forcing you to have sex with others.. Unwanted and  ...   cards.. - Making you account for every penny you spend.. - Withholding basic necessities (food, clothes, medications, shelter).. - Restricting you to an allowance.. - Preventing you from working or choosing your own career.. - Sabotaging your job (making you miss work, calling constantly).. - Stealing from you or taking your money without permission or knowledge.. Printable Handouts: For information NOW.. Domestic Violence Fact Sheet.. Power and Control Wheel/ Cycle of Domestic Violence.. Common Myths and Why They Are Wrong.. Why They Stay and Go.. Safety Planning.. The Do(s) and Don't(s) of Helping a Friend in an Abusive Relationship.. How is YOUR Relationship?.. Red Flags To Look For In An Abusive Personality.. Equality Wheel.. Abusive Relationships: When Love Turns Violent.. A Call To Men- Ending Violence Against Women.. Differences Between Chemical Dependency Domestic Violence..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Events
    Descriptive info: Upcoming Events.. 12/16/2010-.. Shining a Light on Domestic Violence.. 02/11/2011-.. Teen Dating Violence Awareness Poetry Reading.. 04/30/2013-.. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month.. 10/08/2011-.. Domestic Violence Cell Phone Drive.. 10/21/2011-.. Revolution 3-N-1 Fall Fashion Show.. 05/01/2013-.. May is National Supervised Visitation Awareness Month.. 05/09/2013-.. SECU Bake Sale.. 10/12/2013-.. Ruby Tuesday Pt.. 3.. 05/23/2012-.. Outback Steakhouse Luncheon.. 08/24/2013-.. 16th Annual 5K & Fun Run.. 06/20/2013-.. Cancer Survivor's Day.. 10/30/2011-.. Joshua Blake's Race Against Time to End Domestic Violence.. 09/27/2011-.. The 2011 Ann Paul Fashion Show Through the Looking Glass.. 09/07/2011-.. The Spa at Merle Norman Hoists the Colors for Domestic Violence.. 10/11/2011-.. Domestic Violence Awareness Press Conference & Vigil.. 10/27/2011-.. Telling Amy's Story.. 12/07/2012-.. Chef Sheriff Elks' Spaghetti Luncheon.. 10/19/2011-.. Silent  ...   & Vigil.. 10/10/2012-.. Martin Co.. Open House.. 10/19/2012-.. Washington Co.. 10/23/2012-.. Beaufort Co.. 10/06/2013-.. Ruby Tuesday Gives Back.. Change For Change.. 12/01/2012-.. Cell Phone Drive @ Maximum Wireless.. Holiday Extravaganza.. 01/28/2013-.. Mellow Mushroom Gives Back.. 05/04/2013-.. Domestic Violence Prevention Benefit.. 05/22/2013-.. Spring Rose Garden Fashion Show.. 05/30/2013-.. Elder Abuse Awareness Walk.. 04/06/2013-.. ECU Youth Arts Festival.. 04/24/2013-.. Chico's Gives Back!.. Vagina Monologues.. 05/10/2013-.. SECU Mother's Day Basket Raffle.. 07/16/2013-.. Sensational Summer Designer Sale.. 09/28/2013-.. Zumba-Thon Charity Event.. 09/03/2013-.. Heart To Heart Campaign.. Victims to Victors.. 10/11/2013-.. Ruby Tuesday Gives Back Pt.. 2.. 10/13/2013-.. 4.. 10/23/2013-.. Zaxby's Gives Back.. 10/26/2013-.. Ladies in Hats.. 11/19/2013-.. The Role of Radiology in Child/Elder Abuse.. 10/28/2013-.. Cell Phone Drive & Bake Sale.. 10/29/2013-.. 10/30/2013-.. 10/31/2013-..

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  • Title: Our Supporters | Center for Family Violence Prevention
    Descriptive info: Our Supporters.. The Center for Family Violence Prevention is grateful to the following supporters, who have made significant contribution and allow us to provide a vital link to safety for victims of domestic violence and their loved ones.. In today's turbulent economy, contributions are more crucial than ever.. We would like to express our  ...   in-kind gifts.. We welcome corporate partnerships with businesses and organizations who recognize the need for social responsibility and who are eager to support the cause to end domestic violence.. Please contact Lorrie Palaruan at.. lpalauran@c4fvp.. org.. or.. (252)758-4400 to inquire about sponsorship opportunities.. 2012 Grantors:.. 2012 Media Partners:.. Click the link, to check them out!..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Contact
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Administrative Office.. Office: (252) 758-4400.. Fax: (252) 752-4197.. Washington County Office.. Office: (252) 793-1500.. Fax: (252) 793-1505.. Martin County Office.. Office: (252) 809-4290.. Fax: (252) 809-4289.. New Directions Safe House.. Office: (252) 752-3811.. The Family Center.. 805 South Evans St.. Greenville, NC 27834.. Office: (252) 758-5021.. My Sister's Closet.. 329 E.. Office: (252) 754-2495.. General Questions.. mysisterscloset@c4fvp.. Your Name:.. Your Email*:.. Your Phone:.. Your Message:..

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  • Title: Donate Funds | Center For Family Violence Prevention
    Descriptive info: Help Us End Domestic Violence.. Support from our volunteers, donors, and partners is vital as we implement and expand our programs and services to those individuals needing our help.. Please join us as we work to end domestic violence in our community and beyond.. There are many ways you can help.. Monetary Donations.. We accept monetary donations for our program operations and to reach out to victims.. Item Donations.. Donations of clothing, personal care items, toiletries, non-perishable food,.. and basic household items are accepted and can be dropped off.. at the administrative office Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.. Clothing Donations.. Gently used women's clothing and accessories can be donated to.. our upscale resale boutique, My Sister's Closet.. Sponsor-A-Parent Program.. Our parenting classes have a tuition of $65 for a 12-week program.. By sponsoring a parent, you help them to grow as parents with  ...   your group can gather the items and our staff will make sure it is delivered to your adopted family for Christmas.. 2012 SPONSOR PLEDGES.. $10.. Provides safe transportation for a victim of domestic violence.. $20 Allows a Court Advocate to assist a victim obtain a DVPO.. $50.. Provides a family of 4 in our Safe House with a week's worth of HOT meals.. $100 Helps a young child stay with their mother at our Safe House for 30 days.. $200.. Allows a Displaced Homemaker to attend a semester of classes.. $500 Provides a month of utilities for families living at our Safe House.. $1000 Allows the Center for Family Violence Prevention to continue to provide safe shelter, educate the community, and help make families' futures a little brighter!.. Donate Funds.. You can donate to the Center for Family Violence Prevention through Paypal.. by clicking the Donate button below:..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Events | Zaxby's Gives Back
    Descriptive info: Date:.. Time:.. 5-8 PM.. Location:.. Zaxby's on Allen & Stantonsburg Rd, Greenville.. Description:.. Head on over to.. and Give Back!.. Wednesday.. October 23, 2013.. Print this, Share with friends, but don't forget to Take this with you!.. Return to Events Calendar ->..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Events | Ladies in Hats
    Descriptive info: 11-1 PM.. Reps Express..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Events | Cell Phone Drive & Bake Sale
    Descriptive info: 10-2PM.. ECU Wright Plaza.. Cell Phone Drive.. Bake Sale!.. Still holding on to that old cell phone that doesn t work?.. Or just isn t needed anymore?.. Well, the clients of the Center for Family Violence Prevention needs them.. Monday, October 28 through Thurday, October 31.. st.. at Wright Plaza on ECU s Main Campus, you can donate that cell phone and purchase a home-made baked goodie to support Domestic Violence Awareness Prevention.. The table will be at Wright Plaza from 10-2PM.. Gather up yours, your roomates, your co-workers, your friends old phones and donate them today!..

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  • Title: Center For Family Violence Prevention | Events | Cell Phone Drive & Bake Sale
    Descriptive info: 10-2 PM..

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