Assistance/Home Issues

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Because many people are trying to shelter them from the pandemic, there's less freedom of movement, higher tempers and more anxiety in the air. Women, men and children who already felt trapped are likely to feel even worse, and abuse may escalate because of the pressures of this terrifying time in human history. Abuse, child abuse, partner abuse, wife abuse, husband abuse, elder elderly abuse

Government Agencies

Atlanta Organizations

PADV's 24-Hour Crisis Line ATLANTA

Our crisis lines provide safety planning, information and support to abuse victims and those with questions about others who may be battered. We are here to help. Call Now:

  • PADV Crisis Line: (404) 873-1766 V/TTY

National Domestic Violence Crisis Lines

  • Georgia: 1-800-33-HAVEN (42836)
  • Outside of Georgia: 1-800-621-HOPE (4673)

If you are in immediate danger or in need of emergency assistance, please dial 911.

    • FaceBook GroupTo ensure we continue to support survivors please know that our 24 hour hotline remains fully operational, our housing, legal advocacy, and case management services in Fulton and Gwinnett county remain operational while being remote, and our community outreach advocates will serve as digital health educators, posting updates to resources relevant to IPV victims, warning signs, and safety planning. Please call our crisis line if you are in need of resources: 404-873-1766
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If you need assistance with where to live see Homelessness & Emergency Housing