24 Hour Crisis Line: 706-885-1525

About Domestic Violence

Are you a victim?

Does Your Partner Ever ....

  • Hit, kick, shove, or injure you?
  • Use weapons/objects against you or threaten you?
  • Force or coerce you to engage in unwanted sexual acts?
  • Threaten to hurt you or others, have you deported, disclose your sexual orientation or other personal information?
  • Steal or destroy your belongings?
  • Constantly criticize you, call you names, or put you down?
  • Deny your basic needs such as food, clothing, housing, medical or physical assistance?
  • Control what you do and who you see?
  • Make you feel afraid?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may be a victim of domestic violence.

Recognize the cycle of abuse


What can you do to break the cycle?

Call our 24 hour crisis line at 706-885-1525 for safety planning, support and information!

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger!

Create a safety plan

Step 1: Prepare to leave by having these important items in a safe place, ready to go:

  • Checkbook and/or emergency cash
  • Birth certificates for you and your children
  • Driver's license of other proof of identification
  • Social Security numbers for you and your children
  • Insurance policies
  • Medication/prescriptions for you and your children
  • Important phone numbers
  • Change of clothing
  • Immunization records

Step 2: Leave the situation

  • Call 911 or 706-885-1525
  • Do NOT tell the abuser you are leaving