Seeking help can be difficult for numerous reasons. However, you do not have to suffer in silence. Seeking support and resources can be one of the best and most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Below are resources that may assist you in deciding your next steps. Also check out the additional resources under our Get Help tab for local and national resources. If you have any further questions or would like to discuss these resources further, please contact the Beacon Program at 984-974-0470.
A Quick Note Regarding Services During COVID-19 Pandemic
Here at the Beacon Program, we know that these are very challenging times for our country and the world. Each day the news brings us ever changing information, creating anxiety and sometimes fear. While we know that most efforts are going towards combating this virus and minimizing it’s spread, we want you to know that the Beacon Program is still here offering support to our patient’s and employees who are experiencing intimate partner violence, human trafficking, elder/vulnerable adult abuse and/or neglect, sexual violence and child abuse and neglect. We know that “sheltering in place” can mean increased incidents of abuse and it’s important to ensure that patient’s and employees have the ongoing support they need.
While we are not currently providing in-person consultation and support services at this time, the Beacon Program is still available to provide support, resources and safety planning to patients via telephone! If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse or neglect and help is needed, please do not hesitate to contact us at 984-974-0470. If you are a provider working in the medical center, you can also page the Beacon Program or place an Epic order.
As we all face this uncertain time together, please know that the Beacon Program staff are keeping our employees, patients and their families, and our courageous medical providers on the front line in our thoughts!
Beacon Program Resources
Beacon Program Brochure for Women (New Beacon Brochure Final Draft)
Beacon Program Brochure for Women (Espanol)
Beacon Program Brochure for Men (Beacon Program Brochure for Men)
Beacon Program Brochure for Men (Espanol)
Additional Materials and Resources
Where Can Domestic Violence Victims Turn During COVID-19? The New York Times Opinion Article
Safety Planning Materials and Resources
Safety Planning Guide (English)
Safety Planning Guide (Spanish)
*Downloadable resources provided by North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs (Duluth Model); Interact of Wake County, NC; National Network to End Domestic Violence, Safety Net Project; Durham Crisis Response Center of NC; Sherry Hamby, PhD and Sarah Clark; Domestic Violence Resource Center.