The JEMS Project is a non-profit referral agency for the prevention of Domestic Abuse/Domestic Violence and is an advocacy and resource organization established to benefit individuals and families on their journey to safety and wholeness.
Focusing primarily on victims of domestic violence/abuse and families in crisis, we provide community resources and support during times of transition, job loss and other economic barriers that face families in times of uncertainty.
Operating in Fayetteville, North Carolina, our goal is to provide resources to families in need to prevent and mitigate domestic crisis.
The JEMS Project envisions to make a positive and long-lasting impact in the community with a focus on providing to couples and families: 1) Prevention and Education resources to help understand the dynamics of relationships; 2) Counseling resources to assist in mitigating stresses within the relationship; 3) Action resources during an immediate crisis; and 4) Nurturing resources to assist in reestablishment.
Supporting the Fayetteville, NC community; including the surrounding cities and areas of Clinton, Dunn, Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Linden, Lumberton, Raeford, and Spring Lake.
Member of the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (2011)