The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Updated October 9, 2012 If you have an event planned for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and would like to see it listed here, please send event details, including date, time, location, name of organization organizing the event, name of organization receiving proceeds from the event (if applicable), and information on how to RSVP (if applicable) […]


Posted 9/18/2012 Position: VP of Programs Supervisor: President & CEO Position Description:  The Vice President of Programs will be responsible for the overall administration and leadership of the domestic violence shelter program, which serves approximately 584 clients in two shelters each year. The position oversees and annual program budget of more than $2+ million. In […]


GCADV’s technical difficulties have been resolved.  GCADV staff are now able to send and receive email from their GCADV accounts. Please resend any emails sent to GCADV staff between Sept. 6 and Sept. 12.  These emails likely have not been recovered by our server. Thank you for your patience!    


Press release issued by the National Network to End Domestic Violence http://www.nnedv.org/news/national/1277-18th-anniversary-vawa.html September 13, 2012 NNEDV today commemorates the 18th Anniversary of the passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). This landmark law, passed in 1994, has forever transformed and improved our nation’s response to domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking. VAWA […]


GCADV is currently experiencing technical difficulties. As a result, GCADV staff are unable to send or receive emails from their GCADV accounts. We anticipate having email access restored within a few days. If you need to reach us, please call our office line at 404-209-0280. Documents can be faxed to 404-766-3800. Thank you!


Physical abuse is just one form of dating violence that teens may experience. Often, sending things such as picture messages is thought to be harmless. However, time and time again, these messages become tools of abuse. Take a look at this video and leave your answer on our Facebook page www.Facebook.com/GCADV. What do you think Apple […]


If you click the "ESCAPE THIS SITE" button, you will be immediately redirected to www.weather.com. An abuser can monitor your computer use. GCADV recommends using a computer at a library or friends house if you are concerned about being watched on your computer. Click here for more info on internet safety.