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Ending Sexual Abuse

Sexual violence accounts for 20.9% of dating violence experienced by teen girls and 13.4% of dating violence experienced by teen boys. Read our latest blog and learn how you can become an advocate and ally.
Posted: February 9th, 2021 | Permalink

Talking with Teens: A Conversation on Control

Statistically, teens are most likely to go to a peer or friend in cases of dating violence, and studies have shown that 80% of parents do not even identify teen dating violence as a problem. This month we are proud to release “CONTROL”- a guided lesson plan to help young people learn the difference between power and control. Read more today.
Posted: February 3rd, 2021 | Permalink

Letter from the CEO - Looking Forward

I know that the challenges and trials of 2020 have made PADV stronger, more determined, and better prepared to successfully address whatever the years ahead send our way. Read more about our President & CEO's vision for 2021.
Posted: January 13th, 2021 | Permalink

PADV is Here to Help

As you continue to navigate the challenges of staying at home and the sense of isolation it can bring, consider this: How can a survivor of domestic violence safely stay at home with an abusive partner?
Posted: June 14th, 2020 | Permalink

Police Engagement

For the majority of Georgia law enforcement agencies, training specifically on domestic violence, stalking and lethality is very limited. Read more about how PADV is supporting officers and survivors in our latest blog.
Posted: May 15th, 2020 | Permalink