The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Economic Abuse: The Basics Economic abuse is a major factor in abusive relationships.  In fact, economic abuse occurs in 98 percent of abusive relationships.  Every day, survivors of domestic violence face complex economic barriers while trying to leave their abusers and again when trying to establish a new life for themselves and their children.  For […]

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 1:30pm to 3:00pm EST Presenters: Martha Rust – Tools for Life AT Specialist/Services Coordinator; Jennifer Thomas – Vocational Rehab Blindness Services Regional Unit Manager; John Rempel – AT Specialist at the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI) Credits Available! Free CEU’s – Visit to register for CEUs CRC’s have been […]

GCADV was recently featured in Health Matters at Work e-News, a program of Community Health Charities.  Click the link below to read how domestic violence often impacts a couple’s home and work lives. To view the flyer, “Domestic Violence: It’s Your Business,” a joint collaboration between the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission […]

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