Places that Help: Georgia
Included in this list are programs that can offer help/referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state. (If you find inaccurate contact information, please let us know at https://hotline.womenslaw.org.)
24-Hour Statewide Crisis Line
Staff and trained volunteers offer immediate crisis support, assistance and referrals to victims of abuse using a dedicated crisis line. All conversations and services are confidential. The hotline is available in Spanish and other language translations as well as TTY for the hearing impaired.
(404) 452-6248 (24-hour Crisis Hotline)
Ahimsa House provides a 24-hour hotline, assistance to domestic violence victims, including pets in safety planning and protective orders, emergency safe housing and veterinary care for pets while their owners stay at a domestic violence shelter, and other services. These services are available anywhere in Georgia.
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
800-33-HAVEN (800-334-2836) (24-hour Crisis Hotline)
The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, programs that assist with transitional housing, training programs for advocates and public policy work.
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
817 West Peachtree Street, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404)815-5261 (Rape Crisis Hotline)
GNSEA provides assistance finding help for sexual assault victims. Their website can help victims connect with the closest rape crisis center. They also provide information about Rape Trauma Syndrome.
(404) 876-0670 (Administrative)
(866) 725-7423 or (877) 672-5742 (Toll Free)
Raksha’s services include crisis intervention, information and referrals, interpretation and translation, legal and general advocacy, individual and family counseling. They serve the entire South Asian community including South Asian domestic violence victims.
3939 Lavista Rd. Suite E
Tucker, GA 30084
Tapestri, Inc. provides services for immigrant and/or refugee victims of domestic violence as well as human trafficking victims. Services include an expansive legal advocacy program and an anti-human trafficking program. The anti-human trafficking program provides crisis counseling, short-term shelter or housing assistance, health care, mental health assistance, assistance with legal and immigration issues, ESL (English as a Second Language)/vocational skills training, life skills training, translation and interpretation services. They provide services in many languages including English and Spanish.
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