Giving hope to victims since 1997

To provide a safe haven and supportive services for women and children who are victims of family violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking, with a focus on immigrant and refugee women and children, cultural sensitivity, and self-sufficiency.
To eradicate the cycle of family violence in the state of Georgia by being the prominent provider of high-quality, client-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally competent services for victims of family violence and human trafficking.


Our goal is to help each client become empowered with the tools, skills, and self-confidence necessary to live a life free from violence.  We recognize that each of our clients is unique and has her own strengths and challenges.  We are always willing to tailor services to meet clients’ individual needs.  Clients do not have to reside in our shelter to receive services.


Percentage of clients that achieve success through our programs.

Survival Stories

We define success by asking whether our clients have:


  • Acquired the tools to live a violence-free life
  • Met the goals they set for themselves
  • Established their own homes and
  • Become economically self-sustaining


She had been smuggled into the U.S. from Mexico and was told she would be working in a factory.

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Within the first three weeks of marriage, she was being verbally and emotionally abused.

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She came to the shelter with her two school-aged sons after her husband broke her arm.

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