CENTER FOR DOMESTIC PEACE
JACKSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
Center for Domestic Peace is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that takes a holistic, community focused approach towards eradicating interpersonal violence in Jackson County, North Carolina.
 
Thanks to a collaborative partnership between the Center for Domestic Peace and REACH of Macon County, a wide variety of services are available to those experiencing interpersonal violence in our community.
There are many different local resources that can help victims of interpersonal violence. Check out our list of some of these available resources!
 
OUR MISSION...
The Center for Domestic Peace (CDP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that, in a collaborative partnership with REACH of Macon County, provides direct services and supports to victims of interpersonal violence. Through this partnership, we are able to offer a variety of services to those experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault in Jackson County.
 



 
 
ABOUT US
Center for Domestic Peace (CDP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to providing support for victims of interpersonal violence in Jackson County, North Carolina. Our vision is for a future where all people can live a life free of violence.

Center for Domestic Peace was officially incorporated on May 5, 2016. In 2018, thanks in part to grants from The Evergreen Foundation and North Carolina Community Foundation, CDP was able to hire its first full time Victims Advocate.
Center for Domestic Peace relies on support from our community members to help us provide the best services we can. There are many different ways you can lend a helping hand!  Your support makes all the  difference! To find out about making a donation, please call us at (828) 586-8969. 
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Thanks to a collaborative partnership with REACH of Macon County, a multitude of services are now available in Jackson County.  Center for Domestic Peace and REACH of Macon County both provide direct services for those experiencing intimate partner violence in Jackson County.
Every month we will be highlighting an article focused on topics that relate to domestic violence - check them out!

May's article is on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) of 1994.  This was major legislation that brought federal power and support to the effort to reduce crimes against women.
MONTHLY ARTICLES
WHAT WE DO