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If you are in a domestic violence crisis or need Sistercare's services, call our confidential 24/7 crisis line at (803) 765-9428. For general inquiries, call (803) 926-0505.

Develop Your Safety Plan

A safer future is possible.

If you are in a domestic violence crisis or need Sistercare's services, call our confidential 24/7 crisis line at (803) 765-9428. For general inquiries, call (803) 926-0505.

Develop Your Safety Plan

Sistercare helps people identify and leave abusive relationships.

  • Crisis planning, support, and services for those in abusive relationships and their children
  • Long-term support and services for those who have left abusive relationships
  • Healthy relationship education for teens and adults
  • All services are confidential and free
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The Sistercare Blog

April 7, 2022

COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence

by Ann Kita Sistercare Executive Director COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of us. Twenty-four months later, we…

May 1, 2024

Allies of Sistercare Participate in University of South Carolina’s Discover Day

Dr. Catherine Ross, Ph.D., ACSW, LISW-CP, VSP Director of Community Clinical & Educational Services     Discover Day is an annual event…

September 19, 2023

Allies of Sistercare: Recognition of IPV as a Public Health Issue

Allies of Sistercare is a partnership between Sistercare and USC Medical School to provide community outreach and educational assistance in helping survivors of IPV and their children to live a life that is violence free. 

September 11, 2023

Fig Columbia Highlights Songbird Café

Continuing our year-long partnership with Fig Columbia, this month the magazine produced a great write up on the tradition…

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