Families Living Violence Free is Granville County’s domestic violence and rape crisis center. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 2004, we are certified by the Governor’s Crime Commission and the North Carolina Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission and the designated Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault service provider to victims in our county.
Organizational Overview: Families Living Violence Free is governed by a Board of Directors which is actively engaged in determining our strategic direction, defining our goals and objectives as related to our mission, and evaluating the success of our services toward achieving our mission. The board also ensures that our resources are managed effectively with proper financial controls in place to remain accountable to our donors and the public.
All of our services are free and confidential, Families Living Violence Free provides services regardless of immigration status, age, physical or mental ability, gender identity or expression, race, creed, sexual orientation, or religious orientation.
Lyrics: There was a girl I used to know She was oh so beautiful But she's not here anymore She had a college degree Smart asanyone could be She had so much to live for But she fell in love With the wrong kinda man He abused her love and treated her so bad There was not enough education in her world That could save the life of this little girl
How come, how long It's not right, it's so wrong Do we let it just go on Turn our backs and carry on Wake up, for it's too late Right now, we can't wait She won't have a second try Open up your hearts As well as your eyes
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Location: Families Living Violence Free Time: 2:30 p.m. May 9, 2017
Families Living Violence Free is proud to partner with Legal Aid of North Carolina’s to bring Granville County and surrounding areas a free child custody and visitation clinic. The clinic teaches participants how to file a child custody action in court without an attorney. We will also discuss visitation. We provide a packet with legal documents and an instructional video. At the end of the video, participants can ask general questions to a volunteer attorney through the webinar. Specific legal advice is not provided at these clinics.
Location: Families Living Violence Free Time: 2:30 p.m. May 18, 2017
Families Living Violence Free is proud to partner with Legal Aid of North Carolina’s to bring Granville County and surrounding areas a free simple divorce clinic. The clinic teaches participants how to file a simple divorce action in court without hiring an attorney.
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Contact the Granville Chamber of Commerce for details or more information: (919) 693-6125 firstname.lastname@example.org
We honor families as the life of our community – where dreams are born, children are nurtured and adults find purpose. Because many members of our community who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault are denied these rights to quality of life and to basic human dignity, Families Living Violence Free is dedicated to empowering Granville County families to live safe, non-violent lives.
ADDRESS CONFIDENTIALITY PROGRAM
If you move to escape abuse, you can join the Address Confidentiality Program and have your first-class mail sent to a substitute address chosen by the Attorney General’s office. We forward your mail to you and keep your new address secret.
You can also use the substitute address to register to vote, get a driver license, or sign up for utilities like water and electricity.