Rape and dating violence
Options opened the Cliffhaven Shelter for battered women in 1990, and in 2002 expanded to a new facility. is to inform and educate the citizens of Burke County, while offering support and services to the victims of domestic violence and violent crimes.
This is accomplished by providing sanctuary and compassionate services that promote empowerment, prevention, healing and recovery.
Established in 1982 and comprised of the state's nine rape crisis centers, FRIS works with all allied professionals to strengthen services and develop intervention and prevention programs to address sexual violence, stalking, and dating violence.
Our vision is to eliminate sexual violence and stalking and to alleviate the suffering of those who have been victimized.
Help support the WV FRIS Email: [email protected] note that email is not a confidential form of communication.
Confidential victim services can be secured through any of the nine crisis centers in West Virginia.
The helpline offers a mincom service for deaf or hard of hearing people, and can arrange for language interpreters if your first language is not English. If you're interested in volunteering, supporting the work of Rape Crisis Scotland or want to find out about donating or fundraising, click here.You may be concerned for your safety or the safety of your children, still have strong feelings for your partner, or aren’t convinced that what’s happening to you is really sexual assault. Ending an abusive relationship is not something that you have to do alone.Reaching out for help from friends, loved ones, local organizations or law enforcement can help you through this process.Options is the domestic violence, rape and sexual assault shelter, education and advocacy center in Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina. is a small non-profit advocacy center that provides empowerment services and emergency shelter to Burke County families in crisis.We support victims of domestic and sexual violence as they become empowered to make life decisions and break the cycles of abuse and economic dependence.