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Domestic violence is a crime that occurs when one person in a relationship seeks to gain and maintain control over the other by using physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, or financial abuse. One in four women in the US (and about one in twelve men) will be subjected to domestic violence during her lifetime. There is hope; let us help.Read More
Sexual assault is a crime of power and control, using sexual activity to dominate and overpower another person. Every two minutes someone is raped. Sexual assault can affect men, women, or children. Sexual assault advocacy and counseling can assist victims in coping with the aftermath of sexual violation.Read More
In the US, the loss of a loved one to murder happens to at least sixty families a day. Accepting support from professionals specifically trained in bereavement and working with crime victims offers more than support and comfort. We can help navigate the criminal justice system, cope with the media and learn to face the daily experiences of being a co-victim of homicide.Read More
Thank you to our wonderful South Mississippi communities for your support of the Gulf Coast Center for Nonviolence for the last 40 years!
For about $21 per day, a victim of domestic violence can receive safe shelter, meals, clothing and personal hygiene items, child care, transportation, phone and computer access, and a comprehensive array of counseling and support services.Volunteer your time and talents
We are always in need of community volunteers to help with donation pickup, child care and activities, working information booths and community events, or providing classes for our life skills group. Volunteers can also be trained to become sexual assault advocates.Join in the fight to end intimate partner violence
Fighting to end domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking takes all of us. Learn how you can help become an advocate for victims and join the campaign to stop the violence.
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