The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Group Tries to Fight Domestic Violence: MyFoxATLANTA.com


For Immediate Release: December 7, 2010 Contact:  Brian Namey, bnamey@nnedv.org; 202-543-5566 National Network to End Domestic Violence Safety Net Technology ProjectJoins Facebook’s Global Safety Advisory Board Washington, D.C. – The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) today announced that it is joining Facebook’s Safety Advisory Board, becoming one of five organizations from North America […]


GCADV was recently featured in Health Matters at Work e-News, a program of Community Health Charities.  Click the link below to read how domestic violence often impacts a couple’s home and work lives. http://georgia.healthcharities.org/index.asp?bid=239&story=26 To view the flyer, “Domestic Violence: It’s Your Business,” a joint collaboration between the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission […]


Contact: Brian Namey, 202-543-5566 or bnamey@nnedv.org  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PASSES LIFESAVING LEGISLATION FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS  (December 8, 2010) Washington, DC – The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) and victim advocates across the nation applaud the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the bill to reauthorize the Family Violence Prevention […]


Urge the Senate to Support Vital Funding Increases for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Programs Thanks to your steadfast advocacy efforts earlier in the year, Congressional funding proposals for Fiscal Year 2011 include key increases in funding for programs that provide lifesaving services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.  But these vital increases are […]


Learn some Georgia stats and discover why it’s so important to BE THE VOICE for someone you know that may be experiencing abuse in their relationship.


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