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Sexual Assault Programs
Nationally, about one in three women and almost one in six men will experience sexual violence within their lifetime. Sexual violence can be broadly defined as unwanted physical contact of a sexual nature performed on another person. It can include, but is not limited to, rape, sexual coercion, and/or unwanted touching of a person’s breasts, buttocks or genitals.
Our mission at eNOugh NC is to serve those who find themselves facing the painful experience of sexual and/or intimate partner violence. Because women are more likely than men to experience sexual violence, many of the confidential shelters in North Carolina are available only to female survivors. However, there are many resources for survivors of all genders who need help recovering from a sexual assault.
Below are some resources that can assist you regarding sexual assault, no matter which part of the state you live in. The database below has contact information for sexual assault services in your county and connections that can guide you through the process of seeking help. Health care, legal services and counseling are all available statewide.
To locate sexual assault services in all North Carolina counties, visit: North Carolina Council for Women and Youth Involvement’s Sexual Assault Program
You can find additional resources regarding sexual violence in our state here: North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault