Our Services, Partners, & Programs
Thousand eyes (wide Open) campaign
Thousand Eyes (Wide Open) is our community outreach campaign. The goal of the campaign is to equip trainers, businesses, individuals, parents, students, and more on how to identify and report signs and symptoms of human trafficking. We strongly believe in prevention, and this campaign is going to play a huge role in preventing Human Trafficking in Moore County and beyond.
At Friend to Friend, we have a staff member that is dedicated solely to our Court Advocacy program. Through this program, we assist clients in filling out their 50-B and/or 50-C restraining orders. Also, every Wednesday morning, we company our domestic violence clients to their court ordered date, providing support, assistance, and counseling.
At Friend to Friend, we are dedicated to serving clients in all stages of crisis and recovery. As a participant in Friend to Friend’s support group, each client will receive education, information, resources, and tools in a safe and non-judgmental environment. For current clients, call the Friend to Friend Advocacy Office at 910.947.1703 and ask for Sarah to get the dial-in number and access code for this week’s group call-in.
Sexual assault advocacy/ Hospital Accompaniment
With help from our screened and highly trained volunteers, we are able to provide 24-hour on-call advocacy to First Health Hospital sexual assault victims. Our volunteers provide knowledge, advocacy, and support to victims facing extremely tough decisions about the crime that has been committed against them. Counseling is also available.
Friend to Friend leads separate domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking task force meetings at the Moore County Sheriff's office. The task force focuses on ways to improve communication and collaboration between first responders, advocates, and law enforcement in Moore County and surrounding areas. The goal is to create a seamless coordinated community response system, to enable us to best serve victims of interpersonal violence.