The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

 Michigan State University reports that Asian American victims of domestic violence rarely seek help from police or health care provides, an alarming tren among the fastest growing racian group in the United States. The research findings underscore the importance of making affordable, culturally sensitive help more available to the population. To read more, click here: […]

  To raise awareness around the issue of domestic violence, in October 2011, The Verizon Foundation awarded $105,000 in grants to nine Georgia organizations, including GCADV, to support programs dedicated to educating teens about dating and domestic violence prevention. “We work very hard to prevent family violence before it happens. Reaching teens, both boys and girls, […]

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