The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) is the state leader in the movement to end violence against women and girls. We engage communities, organizations, and systems across Georgia in the work of domestic violence prevention and intervention.
GCADV engages communities, organizations, and systems across Georgia in the work of domestic violence prevention and intervention. We help to build the capacity of our member organizations, partners, and allies to ensure safe, compassionate, inclusive, and accessible services to survivors and their children exposed to violence. We do this through training, advocacy, and community outreach. Additionally, GCADV is engaged in a variety of statewide collaborative projects designed to a) support specific victim populations (The Disabilities Project which addresses the needs of domestic violence survivors in the Deaf and hard of hearing community); b) analyze and address trends and service barriers (The Fatality Review Project); c) assist victims with self-sufficiency goals (The Transitional Housing Project); and d) provide coordinated access to shelters throughout the state (Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline.)