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Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

57% of teens know someone who has been physically, sexually, or verbally abusive in a dating relationship. Unfortunately, Georgia has the 3rd highest rate in the US of teens experiencing physical abuse from a dating partner. Read more about teen dating violence today.
Posted: January 27th, 2020 | Permalink

Financial Education: Another Way to Defeat Abuse

One of the most powerful and common tools used for control in an abusive relationship is financial abuse. In 99% of domestic violence cases, the survivor reports economic abuse. Read more today..
Posted: January 7th, 2020 | Permalink

Growing a Safer Georgia - Amber

Shortly after she arrived, Amber's boyfriend came home late one night and began beating her. As soon as she could flee the violence and lock herself in the bedroom ...Read more about Amber's success today.
Posted: December 16th, 2019 | Permalink

Why Me

As men we have the ability to take on the challenge of stopping domestic violence in ways not available to women. By teaching our youth that a healthy relationship does not involve physical, verbal, or emotional abuse....Read More
Posted: October 29th, 2019 | Permalink

Helping Hearts with Housing

Survivors of domestic violence are often forced to choose between two unappealing options: staying in an abusive relationship or leaving that relationship with the possibility of facing poverty and homelessness. The lack of financial resources outside of their abuser's income is a very common reason victims stay in abusive relationships. Read More...
Posted: October 23rd, 2019 | Permalink