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For our safety and yours, we ask that you reach out by phone for services:
Office Phone Line: 252-473-5121 (8:00am - 4:00pm)
Crisis Line: 252-473-3366 (24/7)
Outer Banks Hotline is still available 24/7, but the way we provide services may look different in the coming days and/or weeks. Please bear with us as we adjust to these ever-changing circumstances.
Donations are being taken Tuesday and Thursday 10 AM - 4 PM at Hotline TOO
Wednesday and Friday 10 AM -4 PM at Hotline Pink
On October 13th Rooster’s Kitchen hosted a wonderful event, Spirits for Giving! 100% of ticket sales and 10% of Rooster’s Southern Kitchen’s dining sales that day benefited the Outer Banks Hotline. Thank you to everyone that came, participated, gave, and enjoyed the evening. Special Thanks to Rooster’s Kitchen and to Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits Ambassador Tony Ursone for his time and exceptional Spirits. Take a look at the short video below provided by the Outer Banks Voice and see what the evening was all about. Rooster's Southern Kitchen Bourbon Tasting from OuterBanksVoice on Vimeo.
Outer Banks Hotline's Clothesline Project is a visual display dedicated to raising awareness about the reality of violence in our community. It is composed of t-shirts created by survivors of violence, or in honor of someone who has experienced violence. All shirts have been created by local residents who desired to share their story. This Clothesline is on display at the Community Care Clinic for the remainder of the month of October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Hotline staff wears purple in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.
First South Bank is proud to be the first financial sponsor of this year's Festival of Trees. If you would like to be a sponsor, a volunteer, or donate, GET INVOLVED today!
Join Outer Banks Hotline in celebrating the U.N. International Day of Peace on September 21, 2017 2017 Peace Day Theme: “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All” The International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") is observed around the world each year on the 21st day of September. Established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace. The Outer Banks Hotline will be celebrating International Day of Peace by observing a moment of silence [...]
100% of ticket sales and 10% of Rooster's Southern Kitchen's dining sales that day benefit Outer Banks Hotline. Tickets are $25. To buy tickets, please visit Rooster's Kitchen at 804 S Croatan Hwy, KDH, NC Cash + Checks Accepted— Checks must be written out to Outer Banks Hotline
The Outer Banks Hotline supports the passage of Marsy's Law
The Outer Banks Hotline participated in the Dare County National Night Out Against Crime on August 1st that was held at Lowes in Kill Devil Hills. National Night Out Against Crime is a national program that raises drug and crime awareness and is designed to unite neighborhoods, local community businesses and police partnerships in taking a stand against crime. Hotline staff attended the event and offered information to the public on the services available through Hotline in Manteo, Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills locations.
Big Shout Out to Manteo Baptist Church - Women on Missions Group! We appreciate all the amazing donations that you made to our Safe House. Thank you for all the baby supplies and super fun toys for our Safe House play yard. Left to Right: Allison Owens with daughters Georgia and Avery; Bridgett Reynolds with son Shane; Lois Givans and Pam Pekrum, President
The Outer Banks Hotline recently gave a volunteer opportunities presentation to the Manteo Rotary Club. Rotary is an association of professional leaders unified worldwide who strive to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, and help bring peace and goodwill throughout the world. The ladies that gave this presentation where Tammy Cross (General Manager), Katherine Gillette (Volunteer Coordinator), you see them in the picture below with the Rotary President, Terry Wargovich.