Council for Women & Youth Involvement
Council for Women Statement on SB20
The NC Council for Women, which is charged with advocating for and empowering women in the state, released a statement addressing Senate Bill 20's potential impact in restricting abortion access in North Carolina.
CFWYI provides grants to qualifying NC organizations which provide domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or prevention services. Grantees must report regularly on client services statistics and monthly expenditures.
These grants are funded through the state Sexual Assault and Rape Crisis Center Fund, state Domestic Violence Center Fund, and federal Family Violence Prevention and Services Act respectively.
received Domestic Violence services from CFWYI-funded agencies in FY 2022
received Sexual Assault services from CFWYI-funded agencies in FY 2022
assessed and enrolled in DVIP programs from April 2021-March 2022
Status of Women in North Carolina Reports
The NC Council for Women and Youth Involvement, in conjunction with the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and with generous funding support from the NC Department of Transportation, commissioned four reports covering important issues impacting North Carolina women.
NC Council for Women & Youth Involvement
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Raleigh, NC 27699-1320
116 W. Jones St, Suite G120