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REACH 24/7 Crisis Hotline (828) 837-8064
Do you want to talk? We will listen. All services are free and confidential. We offer support groups, individual support, resources and referrals. Call today or just drop by and let us help you now.
REACH of Cherokee County, Inc. will lead our community in eliminating domestic violence & sexual assault through education, advocacy, self-empowerment and community awareness.
Support Center for Victims and Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
1980 Hwy. 64 W. Murphy NC 828-837-7570
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REACH Thrift Store
We are also in need of people who would like to volunteer at our thrift store.
Volunteers are needed to help with:
Sorting and pricing donations
Sorting through clothing
Picking up furniture donations
If you are interested in volunteering at the REACH thrift store please call (828) 837-7570 or email TS@reachofcherokeecounty.org
REACH Thrift Store in Cherokee County offers gently used high-quality clothing, housewares, furniture, books, collectibles and other items to the public. Profits from the REACH Thrift Store in Murphy NC – provide vital financial support for REACH of Cherokee County, Inc. programs, domestic violence & sexual assault victims and their children.
The store offers the community at large a virtually free way to contribute to the betterment of their community, simply by cleaning out their closets and garages and donating items for sale at REACH Thrift Store. REACH Thrift Store offers pick-up service for furniture and other large items. Call 828-837-7570 to schedule a pick up.
Abuse victims and their children often leave with literally only the clothes on their backs. The thrift store is able to help an abused family quickly regain one of the basic needs of life that we so often take for granted and begin to restore some of the dignity stripped away by abuse.