Get Involved

You Can Make a Difference

Get involved through giving your time!

The volunteers are the lifeline of the Center for the Prevention of Violence. The talents of the members of our community bring a variety of qualified people to the different programs and projects. The Center for the Prevention of Violence has opportunities for community members ranging from construction to support for the retail public, from facilitating life skills training to providing child care.

Create a fundraiser and join the Magnolia Movement!

People from all over the state are joining together to support the restoration of human trafficking survivors. This is our state, our cities, and our home. Let’s do our part in eliminating human trafficking in MS while assisting those who have been effected by these crimes.

 

Will you join us as we meet the needs of children and adults who deserve a life free of violence?

SECOND CHANCE

Become involved through donating merchandise…

The Center For Violence Prevention provides the community an opportunity to donate household goods they no longer need. The Second Chance Store allows the organization to store many of these goods to help clients leaving an abusive relationship transition into their own living environment and to have clothing for themselves and their children.

STAY AWARE

Become aware of what your state and federal government legislative bodies are doing to improve the plight of those in domestic violence situations and human trafficked victims. Speak to your legislators about what they can do to improve state and federal laws and grant support for domestic violence or human trafficking prevention.

Become involved through your monetary donations

The Center For Violence Prevention has been a nonprofit, 501.C3 organization since 1990. This allows all of your gifts to be tax deductible. Community donations allow The Center For Violence Prevention to provide needed services to the community.

Center for Violence Prevention

Crisis Line 601-932-4198

In-State Toll Free 1-800-266-4198

Human Trafficking 1-888-373-7888 

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