The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

2012 Fatality Review released: The 2012 Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project Annual Report discusses gaps in the community’s response to domestic violence and put forth recommendations for change in services, resources, policies, practices, information, collaboration, and training. Georgia’s unfortunate distinction is to be ranked 10th nationally for the rate at which men kill women […]

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence Announces New Executive Director DECATUR, GEORGIA (25 March 2013)—The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) announced today the appointment of Jan Christiansen as its next Executive Director. GCADV provides quality support, comprehensive training, and legislative advocacy for domestic violence agencies, advocates, and communities statewide.  Ms. Christiansen has extensive experience in […]

NNEDV Praises House Passage of VAWA NNEDV Praises House Passage of VAWA, Looks Forward to President Obama Signing Bill into Law FEBRUARY 28, 2013 Today, the U.S. House of Representatives took up the Senate-passed bill to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and passed this vital legislation by a bipartisan vote of vote of […]

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