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Resources and Helpful Links


National Resources:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or Text "START" to 88788
In case of a domestic situation, reach out to 'The Hotline' for resources and support.

National Human Trafficking Resource Center: 1-800-373-7888 or Text 233733
24x7 Confidential Hotline: Identifying, Protecting, and Serving Victims of Trafficking

Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network (RAINN): 1-800-656-4673 (HOPE)
RAINN is the largest anti-sexual violence organization in the nation, implementing prevention programs, offering support to survivors, and ensuring accountability for perpetrators.


Concealed Carry Resources: 

North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun Application Link by County: 
You must apply for your concealed carry handgun permit in the county you live in. Select the link for your county to apply for your permit. 

Alamance, AnsonCabarrus, Catawba, Durham, ForsythGaston, Mecklenburg, RandolphRichmondUnion

Use the link below if you have questions on the concealed carry permit process. 
Concealed Carry Permit Frequently Asked Questions

Concealed Carry Downloadable Resources:
USCCA provides valuable training and resources for the responsible armed citizen. Below are a couple free resources they offer. 

Get your FREE USCCA Concealed Carry Guide for life-saving knowledge.  

FREE USCCA concealed carry guide provided by Woman With a Weapon

Traveling with your firearm?
Make sure you know the laws for the state you traveling to and the state(s) you are traveling through. Use the link below to download the reciprocity map to know the laws and where your concealed carry permit is honored. 
USCCA State Reciprocity Map (Free Download)

USCCA reciprocity map for NC hosted by Woman with a Weapon

Use the link below to download a PDF of the laws for North Carolina. 
North Carolina Firearm Laws

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF):
State Laws and Published Ordinances

Children and Firearm Safety:

Ensuring kids know, understand, and follow the safety rules is critical. As adults we have a responsibility to ensure firearms stay out of the hands of minors (anyone under 18 years old). The NRA Eddie Eagle program is a resource that can help parents and educators teach kids about firearm safety. This link takes you to the kid's page which has the Eddie Eagle video, interactive activities, and a workbook for the kids to do. 

Explore the wealth of resources in "Kids and Gun Safety: A Complete Guide" authored by Rebecca Truce from SDSU University. This comprehensive guide offers valuable insights and additional information to enhance your understanding of the subject.

Ride Share Safety

Ridesharing apps are immensely popular and are only growing as time passes. According to Mordor Intelligence and Statista, the global ridesharing market is growing at a rate of 12.81% annually and the number of users is expected to reach almost 2 billion by 2028 respectively.
Unfortunately, as the popularity of these services grows, so does the risk of assault and harassment incidents against both riders and drivers. From 2019-2020, Uber reported close to 4,000 cases of sexual assault and Lyft reported close to 2,000.

To raise awareness on this topic for both potential riders and drivers, Consumer Notice has created a guide to help educate people on preventative measures and how to report an incident.