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Thank you for visiting our Website. The Center for Family Violence Prevention offers a safe, encouraging, and welcoming place for survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence and their children. We are committed to providing resources and services to ensure the basic needs of survivors are addressed and survivors are empowered as they walk their journey towards self-sustainability and healing.  

Making an Impact

What We Do

We are a nonprofit organization focused on the intervention and prevention of domestic violence. We are committed to breaking the cycle of domestic violence and promoting healthy family relationships in our community.

Community Awareness

Are you passionate about what we’re doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We’ll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you.

What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence (also called intimate partner violence (IPV), domestic abuse or relationship abuse) is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another partner in an intimate relationship.

Public Awareness, Education and Training

Warning Signs of Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence

Red flags and warning signs of an abuser include but are not limited to:

  • Extreme jealousy
  • Possessiveness
  • Unpredictability
  • A bad temper
  • Cruelty to animals
  • Verbal abuse
  • Extremely controlling behavior
  • Antiquated beliefs about roles of women and men in relationships
  • Forced sex or disregard of their partner’s unwillingness to have sex
  • Sabotage of birth control methods or refusal to honor agreed upon methods
  • Blaming the victim for anything bad that happens
  • Sabotage or obstruction of the victim’s ability to work or attend school
  • Controls all the finances
  • Abuse of other family members, children or pets
  • Accusations of the victim flirting with others or having an affair
  • Control of what the victim wears and how they act
  • Demeaning the victim either privately or publicly
  • Embarrassment or humiliation of the victim in front of others
  • Harassment of the victim at work
  • From the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Greenville Kids Dental’s first CARING4COMMUNITY Award Winner

Upcoming Events

The Real Impact of Domestic Violence

A Community Working Together

On December 6, 2020 staff, Board members and community volunteer had fun working together to upgrade the playground area by assembling a new play set for the children and cleaning up the grounds at the New Directions Safe Shelter for domestic violence victims and their minor children. 

Visit Our Stores

The mission of our stores is to provide a fun and engaging way to help us fulfill the mission of our agency. Each uniquely different store offers a way for those who love to donate to participate in our program, and those who love to shop to help fund our vital services. Click below to learn more.