The Council for Children's Rights leads our community to stand up for every child's right to be safe, healthy and well-educated.
Our mission is simple: promote a criminal justice system that utilizes pragmatic, evidence-based approaches to keep our communities safe, while ensuring that taxpayer dollars are utilized in the most effective manner.
Pretrial Resource Center is a non-profit criminal justice agency that provides community-based programs/services for Onslow County and the judicial system. We manage four programs which foster public safety by identifying offenders who may be eligible for services, providing judges with background and criminal information, as well as risk assessment information so appropriate decisions can be made as to releasing inmates from the local jail into the community.
DPM provides a professionally trained chaplain to serve at the Davidson Correctional Center. We raise funds to support the ministry and are available as a resource and active participants in the local unit under the direction of the Board of Directors and the Chaplain.
The Centre of Redemption (DBA A Safe Place) is an empowerment organization focusing on prevention, advocacy, and restoration to assist victims of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
Yokefellow Prison Ministry is an interdenominational, racially-diverse Christian ministry of reconciliation begun in 1969 (and incorporated in 1972), which includes both lay and clergy, male and female. Yokefellow is not focused on worship, preaching, teaching, counseling, or Bible study, but is a ministry of listening, sharing, caring, encouragement and support provided by community volunteers from the “outside” yoked in fellowship with those on the “inside” through the weekly small group meetings.
To protect the legal rights of people with disabilities through individual and systems advocacy.
LINC Inc.’s mission is to educate and motivate youth to make positive life choices while empowering men and women returning from incarceration to be productive members in society.
The Land Loss Prevention Project was founded in 1982 by the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers to curtail epidemic losses of Black owned land in North Carolina. Land Loss Prevention Project was incorporated in the state of North Carolina in 1983. The organization broadened its mission in 1993 to provide legal support and assistance to all financially distressed and limited resource farmers and landowners in North Carolina.