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You are not alone

While statistics on rape and child sexual abuse are high, no one knows the true cost of these crimes because they are also more likely than other crimes to go unreported. Here are some government statistics that show the gravity of the problem and why it is so important for CrossRoads to exist. Your health … Continue reading You are not alone

Mandatory Reporting

Mandatory Reporting Requirements in North Carolina Frequently Asked Questions 1. Who has a duty to report? A person generally has no obligation to report evidence of a crime. There may be strong practical and moral reasons to report a crime, but that’s not the same as a legal duty. However, there are certain situations in … Continue reading Mandatory Reporting

Who To Call for Help

Rape Crisis: *Always call 911 if you are currently unsafe* 24/7 CrossRoads Crisis Hotline: 336-228-0360 CrossRoads Burlington Office (non crisis): 336-228-0813 CrossRoads Caswell Office (non-crisis): 336-264-9734 Elon University Confidential SAFEline: 336-278-3333 Hospital: Alamance Regional Medical Center: 336-538-7000 Moses Cone Hospital, Greensboro: 336-832-7000 Women’s Hospital, Greensboro: 336-832-6521 Police: *In case of emergency anywhere, call 911* Alamance … Continue reading Who To Call for Help

10 Signs of Child Abuse

Safehorizon.org is a great resource for victims of violence. Below is an excerpt from their post on the topic:
You can become aware of child abuse by recognizing the signs. Here are 10 signs that can help.