For Individuals and Families

Explore programs tailored for youth and children, women, and men.

The Violence Intervention Program works directly with individuals who have used domestic violence in hopes that they will change their patterns of behavior and commit to nurturing violence-free families and communities. Our program offers 24-session family violence intervention classes certified by the State of Georgia.

The Survivors Programming is designed for those who have experienced domestic violence. The program offers a series of services, including:

  • Support and reflection groups
  • Safety planning for themselves and their children
  • Court accompaniment
  • Assistance with Temporary Protective Orders
  • Access to shelters, legal services, and counseling services
  • DFCS-referred/Court-mandated women’s group
  • Crisis intervention and advocacy

Within six months of entering the program, participants report:

  • An increase in knowledge about domestic violence, legal rights, resources, and safety
  • An increase in healthy relationship, parenting, and safety skills
  • An increase in self-esteem/ self-worth/ confidence/ sense of agency
  • An increased comfort in utilization of resources (e.g. legal, educational, housing)

The Youth Programming targets children living at homes that are experiencing domestic violence. The programming entails multiple initiatives, including:

  • Support and learning groups for young adults, adolescents, and children
  • Individual counseling
  • Liaison with schools and juvenile courts
  • Tutoring
  • Project Plush