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List of Domestic Violence Programs in Georgia

Statewide Resources

Ahimsa House – (Helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together).

Family Violence Intervention Programs (generally court-ordered for batterers)

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV)

GCADV Training Institute

Georgia’s Domestic Violence Fatality Review Site

Georgia Commission on Family Violence

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA)

 

Resources for Underserved Populations and Community Based Programs

Ahimsa House – (Helping the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together).

Americans Living Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center

Angels Recovery and Spirituality

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence

ASISTA (Advanced Special Immigrant Survivors Technical Assistance)

Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative

AWAKE of Alpharetta, 770.475.3789

Break the Cycle: Empowering Youth to End Domestic Violence

Caminar Latino – Georgia’s domestic-violence intervention program for Latino families

Center for Pan-Asian Community Services

Chayil – Support for Georgia survivors after leaving shelter or transitional housing

Community Health Charities of Georgia

Cosmetologists Against Domestic Violence

Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention

Dekalb County Victim Witness Assistance Program

Georgia Council for the Hearing Impaired

Georgia Legal Services Program

Hope at the Well Domestic Violence Ministry (Safety Notice: This website contains background music).

Legal Aid in Georgia

Love is Respect National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

Men Stopping Violence

National Center on Elder Abuse

National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse

Raksha – Georgia-based nonprofit organization for the South Asian Community

Refugee Family Services

Shalom Bayit (Peace in the Home) – Program of the Jewish Family and Career Services (JF&CS)

Sisters Empowerment Network

Strong Hold Atlanta

Tapestri (for immigrants and refugees)

That’s Not Cool (for teens)

Tools for Life (Assistive technology for individuals with disabilities)

United 4 Safety – Working to end intimate partner violence in Georgia’s lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-gender, queer, questioning and intersex community

 

Georgia’s Local Domestic Violence Programs

Cities listed in alphabetical order.  If no website is available, the domestic violence agency’s phone number is listed.

Albany, GA – Haven of Hope, Information: 209.317.7956

Albany, GA – Liberty House of Albany

Americus, GA – Southwestern Judicial Circuit Family Violence Council, 229.931.2268

Athens, GA – Project Safe

Atlanta, GA – Partnership Against Domestic Violence

Augusta, GA – Safe Homes of Augusta

Blairsville, GA – Support in Abusive Family Emergencies (S.A.F.E)

Blue Ridge, GA – North Georgia Mountain Crisis Network - Crisis Line: 706.632.8400

Brunswick, GA – Glynn Community Crisis Center, Amity House – Crisis Line: 912.264.4357

Canton, GA – Cherokee Family Violence Center

Carrollton, GA - Carroll County Emergency Shelter – Crisis Line: 770.834.1141

Cartersville, GA - Tranquility House – Crisis Line: 770.386.8779

Cedartown, GA – Polk County Women’s Shelter, Our House – Crisis Line: 770.749.9330

Clayton, GA – Fight Abuse in the Home (FAITH) – Crisis Line: 888.782.1338

Columbus, GA - Hope Harbour

Conyers, GA - Project Renewal

Cornelia, GACircle of Hope

Cumming, GA - Family Haven – Crisis Line: 770.887.1121

Dahlonega, GA - No One Alone

Dallas, GA - Shepherd’s Rest

Dalton, GA – Northwest Georgia Family Crisis Center – Crisis Line: 706.278.5586

Decatur, GAInternational Women’s House

Decatur, GA - Women’s Resource Center

Douglasville, GAS.H.A.R.E. House

Dublin, GA – WINGS – Crisis Line: 1.800.WINGS03 or 478.272.8000

Fayetteville, GAFayette County Council on Domestic Violence, Promise Place

Gainesville, GAGateway House

Greensboro, GACircle of Love

Griffin, GASpalding County Sheriff’s Office – Information: (770) 467-1012

Hartwell, GANortheast Georgia Council on Domestic Violence, Heart Haven

Hinesville, GA – Tri-County Protective Agency – Crisis Line: 912.368.9200

Jesup, GAFair Haven

Lafayette, GA – Family Crisis Center of Walker, Dade, Catoosa, Chattooga Counties – Crisis Line: 706.375.7630

Lagrange, GAHarmony House

Lawrenceville, GAPartnership Against Domestic Violence

Macon, GA - Crisis Line and Safe House of Central Georgia

Marietta, GAYWCA of Northwest Georgia

McDonough, GAHaven House

Metro Atlanta, GAShalom Bayit

Morrow, GASecurus House

Moultrie, GA - Colquitt County Serenity House

Newnan, GACommunity Welcome House

Rome, GA – Hospitality House for Women – Crisis Line: 706.235.4673

St. Marys, GA – Camden Community Crisis Center – Crisis Line: 912.673.7770

Savannah, GA – SAFE – Crisis Line: 912.629.8888

Statesboro, GASafe Haven

Thomasville, GAHalcyon Home

Tifton, GARuth’s Cottage

Vidalia, GA – The Refuge Domestic Violence Shelter – Crisis Line: 912.538.9935

Valdosta, GA - The Haven

Warner Robins, GA – Salvation Army Safe House – Crisis Line: 478.923.6294

Waycross, GAMagnolia House

Winder, GA - Peace Place

 

National Domestic Violence Resources

American Bar Association

Faith Trust Institute

Family Violence Prevention Fund

Legal Momentum

Love is Not Abuse

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

National Center for Victims of Crime

National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

National Immigration Law Center

National Network to End Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network

Rural Assistance Center

Rural Womyn

Women’s eNews

Women’s Law

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