where to go for help


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24 Hour Hotlines

Partnership Against Domestic Violence      404.873.1766
PADV Brochure English         PADV Brochure Spanish
Fulton County’s Domestic Violence Hotline/Advocacy Center

Ahimsa House        404.425.6248
Ahimsa House Brochure
Domestic Violence Pet Shelter

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence- Friends-and-Family-Brochure
GCADV DV Spanish Pocket Card
GCADV DV English Pocket Card
GCADV Deaf hard of hearing
DV Fatality Review Report 2015 GCFV-GCADV
To find a domestic violence shelter/advocacy center in Georgia, call: 1-800-33-HAVEN

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
To find a rape crisis center near you in Georgia, call 1-800-656-HOPE

U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233 or
TTY at 1-800-787-3224

U.S. National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673

U.S. National Teen Dating Violence Helpline 1-866-331-9474 or
TTY at 1-866-331-8455

United Way Of Metropolitan Atlanta Helpline 211
Comprehensive list of referrals for programs or services in Metro Atlanta

Victim-Witness Assistance Programs

Atlanta Victim Assistance Program        404.588.4740
Services for victims of crime in Atlanta

Fulton County Solicitor General’s Office
Victim Asssistance 404.612.6883
Fulton Solicitor General VWAP Brochure
Resources for Domestic Violence Victims 2016
Direct services for victims of misdemeanor crimes in Fulton County

Fulton County District Attorney’s Office
Victim-Witness Assistance Program 404.612.4986
FCDA VWAP Brochure
Direct Services for victims of felony crimes in Fulton County

Sandy Springs Police Department Victim Advocate      770.530.5600
Services for victims of crime in Sandy Springs

Legal Services

Atlanta Legal Aid Society       404.377.0701
Referrals and free civil legal representation to victims of domestic violence

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation  404-521-0790
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation DV_Postcard
Referrals and free civil legal representation to victims of domestic violence

Catholic Charities      404.881.6571
Counseling and immigration services for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking

Counseling Services

Families First 404.853.2844
Counseling Services- Sliding scale

Grady Nia Project 404.616.2897
Intimate Partner Violence and Suicide Intervention/Research Project

Odyssey Family Counseling 404.762.9190
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling- crime victims counseling

Multicultural Services
Handout- Resources For Battered Refugee And Immigrant Survivors In Georgia 2016
LGBTQ Community Resources & Referral List
LGBTQ DV Brochure

Caminar Latino       404.413.6348
Caminar Latino Women Brochure English Language
Caminar Latino Men’s Brochure English Language
Direct services for Latino families affected by domestic violence

Catholic Charities 404.881.6571
Counseling and immigration services for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking

Center for Pan Asian Community Services         770.936.0969
Services for East Asian-Americans (Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Laotian, Thai, Filipino)

Latin American Association          404.638.1800
Direct services for victims of domestic violence

MACOSH Healing Network          404.916.3796
Services and advocacy for African American survivors of domestic violence

New American Pathways             404.299.6099
Direct services and advocacy for refugee and immigrant individuals and families.

Raksha        404.876.0670
Direct services and advocacy for South Asian victims of domestic violence (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka)
Raksha English_Red

Shalom Bayit/Jewish Family & Career Services  770.677.9322
Direct services and education for battered women, focusing on the Jewish community

Tapestri        404.299.2185
Direct services and advocacy for survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence, focusing on the refugee and immigrant communities

Batterer Intervention

Georgia Commission on Family Violence 404.657.3212
For a complete list of certified Family Violence Intervention Programs as well as information about what Georgia is doing to improve its Coordinated Community Response to domestic violence


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