The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

        Click HERE to register for the 2013 Stop Violence Against Women Day! Click HERE for event agenda, driving directions, parking, and other important info about the event. Please also invite your legislators!  Click HERE to find the names and contact information for your State Senator and State Representative.  Join us as we come together with […]


                    It’s unacceptable that VAWA resources have been jeopardized for almost 2 years! The election is over and it’s time! Congress has some unfinished business. They MUST PASS the Violence Against Women Act NOW! We must get Congress to finish the work of passing a VAWA that […]


Job Description Cherokee Family Violence Center has an employment opportunity Title:   Legal Advocate Job Summary:            The Legal Advocate helps clients move smoothly through the legal process.  The Legal Advocate also interfaces directly with the client and provides information, court monitoring, and moral support for abuse victims during the judicial proceedings. Reports to:      Legal Services Coordinator […]


GCADV blogger’s note:  Thanks to the advocacy efforts of GCADV and its network of domestic violence programs, as well as other statewide partners and allies, we were able to defeat a bill proposed in the 2011 session of the Georgia General Assembly which would have made it a criminal offense for domestic violence victims to […]


  PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GCADV Partners with Saving Our Daughters to “Yell Confidence” and Raise Dating Violence Awareness and Action Atlanta, GA (November 7, 2012) – Today the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) announces its partnership with Atlanta based teen empowerment organization Saving our Daughters (SOD).  The partnership will raise dating violence […]


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