Hickory, NC - 28602
(828) 322-1400

First Step Domestic Violence Program

First Step is the only non-profit agency in out-Wayne County providing comprehensive services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.

First Step provides free and confidential programs designed to help survivors of violence overcome the lack of intervention and support, the feelings of powerlessness, isolation, physical danger and fear, and the financial, emotional and cultural barriers that victims of violence often face when seeking help.

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  • User   2018-11-29 16:57:50

    I have quite a bit of women's clothing, linens, some household items I would like to give. I would prefer to give somewhere that they will be used, not put up for sale. Could you help me find an organization I can deliver them to or have pick up. Thank you so much. My phone is 248/787-4444

  • User   2020-09-24 09:24:03

    My son and I are being kicked out of apartment/not renewing our lease. He is autistic, I lost my job and recently started serving at Mellow Mushroom to make income. Needing a temporary place to stay until we can find something I can afford. Any information is appreciated.

  • User   2022-01-23 12:42:01

    I know a person who is homeless and needs a place to stay but an ID is required to stay in a shelter. However, one of the requirements for a person getting an ID is: "Individuals who are homeless must present a letter from the director of a facility that provides care or shelter to the homeless that verifies that the person is homeless." How does this person get the ID they need to stay in a shelter if they can't get an ID because they need this letter?

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