The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Throughout the month of October, advocates, allies, survivors and their family members re-forge their commitment to work towards ending domestic violence in their communities and remember those lost due to domestic violence.

 GCADV is committed to ending domestic violence in Georgia. We do this through:

  • Promoting quality services for victims;
  • Advocating,  educating and facilitating coordinated community responses; and
  • Engaging communities to challenge the social, economic and political conditions that sustain a culture of violence.

As GCADV commits to end domestic violence, we hope you as an individual will do the same by partaking in one of the several activities we have identified that you can do within your community, place of work and/or worship to raise awareness about domestic violence. We encourage you to partner with your local domestic violence program and reach out to us for additional information and support.

For a listing of events taking place around Georgia, click here.

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