The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

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Does Your Partner Ever…

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions, you may be a victim of domestic violence.

Are you concerned about abuse?  

If you want to talk to someone about the violence in your life or in the life of someone you know, please call Georgia’s 24-Hour Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline, 1.800.33.HAVEN (1.800.334.2836) V/TTY. As a friend or family member of someone experiencing domestic violence, it is important to be there for them and let them know that the abuse is not their fault.

A domestic violence advocate can talk to victims, friends and family to plan for safety.  They may be able to offer resources in your community or give you or your family support.  Domestic violence programs offer victims and their families a variety of services in the community and are here to support you 24 hours a day.

Learn about common services offered by domestic programs:

If you live in Georgia, call the 24-Hour Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline – 1.800.33.HAVEN (1.800.334.2836) V/TTY.

If you are outside of Georgia, the National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1.800.799.SAFE.

Georgia has many statewide, local and specialized resources to serve victims of domestic violence and their families.  Links to the organizations’ websites are categorized and listed alphabetically.  If a website is unavailable, the local domestic violence crisis number is listed.  You can reach the 24-Hour Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline by calling 1.800.33. HAVEN (1.800.334.2836) V/TTY.

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