All families receive respectful, individualized support to meet self-determined goals. Services highlight family strengths and encourage opportunities to re-imagine self and circumstances
Individuals experiencing domestic violence later in life have unique challenges. Our Elder Abuse Advocacy program helps connect older adults with supports and protections specific to their needs as they seek to live safe and healthy lives during their golden years.
A one-night survey conducted by Partners for Home (2015-2022), found that although homelessness is on the decline in Atlanta, GA, the number of homeless persons living in emergency and transitional housing is steady at 76%. We partner with area shelters and food banks to assist the homeless during these difficult times.
Children are embraced by a community of support to help ensure their needs are met. A core component of our programming for children is peace education, in which children explore topics such as self-awareness, acceptance, tolerance, cooperation, and compassion.
By participating in group and individual sessions, children learn how to manage feelings of anger and frustration, discuss their fears, and practice peaceful conflict resolution techniques. Children also learn that the violence they witnessed and/or experienced is not their fault..
We provide community education programs to schools and universities, hospitals, law enforcement, religious leaders, faith-based groups, civic organizations, and others throughout metro Atlanta. A community that collectively stands against domestic violence is the key to ending abuse. To learn more about our services or to schedule a presentation, please call Melvennia Clark at 404-908-4740.
Gun violence is a critical issue not just in Georgia, but in communities throughout the United States While Congress works to establish safer fun laws, our local communities and county officials are partnering with us to end these crimes against our loved ones.