GCADV publishes guides, reports, brochures, and posters to inform our constituents and the public about domestic violence, resources available to help victims, and how GCADV is making an impact through its programs and initiatives. This resource material can be accessed by clicking the links below or contacting GCADV via the Contact Us page.
- Annual Reports.
- Brochures and Informational Materials
- From 2004-2018, The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence (GCFV) we have worked with 25 communities statewide to conduct in-depth fatality reviews. The Project aims to learn ways to more fully address the problem of domestic violence and to seek solutions to reduce the number of domestic violence-related deaths and injuries in our state. To learn more read the Fatality Review Reports.
- The Disabilities Project aimed to build on existing collaborations to expand the scope of safe, comprehensive and culturally appropriate DV services for Deaf and hard of hearing (HOH) survivors in Georgia. Learn more here from our successes, challenges and insights to develop and implement projects intended to increase access for Deaf and HOH survivors of DV.