The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

It has been more than three months since my attendance at the 2010 Women of Color Network: Call to Action Institute and Conference. This conference by far was one of the most beneficial and thought compelling conferences that I have attended. It was indeed “food for the sister’s soul.” I was amazed and overjoyed to […]


GCADV is participating in a national initiative from the Family Violence Prevention Fund called Project Connect. Georgia was one of only 10 sites chosen to participate. The purpose of Project Connect is to train public health providers on how domestic violence can impact a woman’s health. Angie Boy joined GCADV’s staff in June to coordinate […]


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