The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Collaborate. Advocate. Educate. Empower.

GCADV envisions a Georgia free of domestic violence. We empower survivors and the programs that serve them, we educate the public, and we advocate for responsive public policy. Our strength is in numbers, as we collaborate throughout Georgia to stop domestic violence.

GCADV has released its 2013 Annual Report. The Report highlights our work during the July 2012-June 2013 fiscal year.
In a home devastated by domestic violence, survivors and their children worry about their safety, security and wellbeing. Please join GCADV in ending domestic violence and creating a better world.

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Hosting a cell phone drive to collect used cell phones helps GCADV, the individuals we serve and the environment.
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Over the past 10 years, the Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project has honored the lives of 126 domestic violence homicide victims and six near-fatality survivors by learning valuable lessons from their stories.

 

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