CODA - Supporting Victims of Domestic Violence | Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Abuse in the Lowcountry
CODA provides professional supportive services to victims of intimate partner abuse and their children in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties in South Carolina. Committed to the belief that safety from violence and freedom from fear are universal rights, CODA conducts community education programs to confront the societal norms that condone abusive behavior.
Domestic Abuse, Abuse, Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head, Domestic Violence
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CODA

Know your worth.

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Love should NEVER hurt.

CODA services are available to ALL victims of domestic violence…male or female. 

Studies show 87% – 95% of reported cases of domestic violence involve female victims and male perpetrators. The use of “she” and “her” in this site is to avoid the more awkward “he/she” and “his/her” and is in no way meant to ignore or minimize the suffering of male victims of domestic violence or female victims of same sex abuse.

Donate to CODA!
DONATE & HELP CODA

Victims tell us the first time they have felt safe in months is the moment when they reach the privacy of a CODA bedroom.

Are you being abused?
ARE YOU BEING ABUSED?

Domestic abuse is not limited to physical violence. The ways in which abusers attempt to control their partners also include verbal, psychological, emotional, sexual and even financial abuse.

Volunteer to Help CODA
VOLUNTEER TO HELP.

CODA has wonderful volunteers whose unique talents are tailored to meaningful service.

STOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

 

Our mission…

 

CODA provides professional supportive services to victims of intimate partner abuse and their children in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties in South Carolina.  

 

Committed to the belief that safety from violence and freedom from fear are universal rights, CODA conducts community education programs to confront the societal norms that condone abusive behavior.
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One in four women will experience domestic abuse in her lifetime.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, please contact CODA for help & support.