Every 98 seconds, another person experiences sexual assault and nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.

We’re on a mission to instill hope and provide support for historically underserved survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence

Survivor Driven. Culturally Specific. Community Centered.

Founded by Survivor and Professional Social Worker Ashley Thomas, The Hive Community Circle is a community-based organization committed to ensuring that ALL survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence receive equitable support and services to live healthy, safe, and stable lives free from all forms violence.

Our comprehensive community based services are survivor driven, culturally specific, and community centered.  Through our efforts, we seek to increase awareness of sexual assault and intimate partner violence, while reducing and challenging societal stigmas and cultural biases that often times pose as barriers for disclosure and support sought among marginalized communities. While we serve all survivors of sexual assault/intimate partner violence, our current initiative is to increase support, access to services, and awareness within the faith community, communities of color, and low wealth within South Carolina.


Bruised, Not Broken

Without the support of financial contributions made by our very special donors, The Hive Community Circle would be unable to provide effective services to communities who are at great risk.

You have the opportunity to impact the lives of others in their most critical time of need with a tax-deductible gift.

In one of the toughest periods of my life, I had someone that I could reach out to without getting judged. It is empowering to know that you aren’t alone in whatever struggle you are going through, and this network is one filled with love and support.”

Survivor Tyler Barnes
The Hive Community Circle is a health awareness 501(c)3 organization serving victims of sexual trauma and dating violence. We provide prevention, intervention, and educational awareness.
  • Serving Columbia, SC & Surrounding Areas
  • (803) 470-5572
  • info@thehivecc.org

March 4, 2017
“Unveiled”: Memoirs of a Survivor Benefit Fashion Show