The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Legislative advocacy for laws and policies that enhance safety and promote justice for domestic violence victims and their children.  Training that builds the capacity of service providers and their communities to help victims in crisis and as they rebuild their lives, as well as hold accountable those who use violence.  Public education that raises the profile of […]

On Saturday, September 22nd Anna Balkan Jewelry will celebrate the anniversary of their opening and raise awareness of domestic violence and it’s support of GCADV.  Anna Balkan designs showcase unique color combinations and each piece makes a remarkable fashion statement. Her pieces have been sold in over 250 international locations and been worn by such recognizable […]

Sadly, Georgia was ranked 6th highest in the nation for its rate of men killing women in 2011 and in 43% of domestic violence cases, children were present. This bleak statistic is why partnerships like this are crucial for GCADV to unite individual victims with domestic violence programs to create a seamless transition towards safety […]

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is one of the most effective pieces of legislation enacted to end domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, serving as the backbone of our nation’s response to these crimes.  VAWA revolutionized the way violent crimes against women are prosecuted and prevented, reshaped the way victims receive services, […]

 GEORGIA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RECEIVES DONATION AT THE 1st Annual REGAL AWARDS  $7500 in support of GCADV’s work to end domestic violence GEORGIA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RECEIVES DONATION AT THE 1st Annual REGAL AWARDS   $7500 in support of GCADV’s work to end domestic violence ATLANTA – Nationally and locally, Delta Sigma Theta […]

GCADV is extremely excited to participate and help lead in the new Georgia Gives initiative – an effort to empower nonprofits to deliver greater impact and enhanced services in our communities by increasing individual philanthropic giving in Georgia and raising awareness of the state’s nonprofit sector. Georgia Gives Day inspires individuals to donate to participating nonprofits […]

For the past 30 years, the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) has been Georgia’s leading representative of domestic violence agencies, advocates, allied individuals and survivors throughout the state. GCADV is committed to bringing together member agencies, allied organizations and supportive individuals who are committed to ending domestic violence. Additionally, GCADV leads advocacy efforts for […]

GCADV has an excellent opportunity to host the Maria Project, a dynamic and nationally recognized play where audiences experience the effects that three generations of domestic violence had on a family. The play will be launched in Georgia in August, but there is a lot of planning involved to make the show successful. Please contact […]

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