Our Mission Statement
The mission is to educate the community on the cycle of violence and provide the tools and resources to break that cycle, and create peace in the family.
Domestic Violence Response Program (DVRT)
The DVRT is a twenty-four hour a day, seven-day a week program created to assist victims of domestic abuse. Team members will be called upon by the local Police to assist victims at the police station by providing them with support and information. The goal of the program is to provide victims with the knowledge to make informed decisions based upon the options available to them.
APPLICANTS MUST BE:
- 18 years of age
- Willing to serve a minimum of 4 12-hour shifts per month
- Have access to transportation
- Possess a valid driver's license
- Submit to background investigations, including fingerprinting
A 40-hour mandatory training course is required and will be provided to successful applicants. The course is held over a six-week period, during evening hours, and includes observations at Superior Court in Mount Holly. There is no fee for this course. To join the team, please contact the Support Services Division Commander at 856-914-3041.