Battered Women’s Justice Project

  • National resource center on civil and criminal responses to intimate partner violence
  • Provides technical assistance and training programs for criminal justice professionals involved in intimate partner violence cases
  • Legal advocacy services for victims including coordinating the National Center on Protection Orders and Full Faith & Credit

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, & Mental Health

  • Training, support, and consultation for advocates, legal professionals, and policymakers to improve responses for victims and their children
  • Develops an accessible, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed approach to help survivors access safe environments, heal from trauma, and pursue life goals
  • Website includes training webinars, published research, and public policy position to educate and inform advocates and professionals in the mental health field and criminal justice system

Georgia Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project

  • Compiles data on intimate partner fatalities and provides recommendations for law enforcement officers, lawmakers, advocates, attorneys, and others to best provide support for victims and ensure accountability for perpetrators of domestic violence
  • Identifies lethality factors that provide accurate indicators of the likelihood that an abusive relationship will escalate into potential lethality
  • Factors include: Increasing severity or frequency of abusive incidents; use of strangulation; presence of a firearm; co-occurrence with depression; co-occurrence with drug or alcohol abuse; threats to kill; change in relationship status

Stalking Prevention Awareness and Resources Center (SPARC)

  • SPARC provides education and resources about the crime of stalking. SPARC aims to enhance the response to stalking by educating the professionals tasked with keeping stalking victims safe and holding offenders accountable.

Stalking and Harassment Assessment and Risk Profile (SHARP)

  • SHARP is a 48-item web-based assessment which provides an assessment of the “big picture” of the stalking situation. It also provides a situational risk profile that consists of 14 factors associated with a wide variety of harms including physical or sexual attack, harm to others, ongoing and escalating stalking and harassment, and life sabotage.
  • SHARP is free to use and provides both a narrative of the stalking situation and the risk profile as well as information about stalking risks and safety suggestions.
  • If you are experiencing stalking, we encourage you to work with a victim service provider to complete this assessment and to develop safety strategies.

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV)

  • GCADV is the representative group for domestic violence agencies, advocates, allied individuals and survivors throughout the state.
  • They empower survivors and the programs that serve them by educating the public, advocating for responsive public policy, fostering quality services for victims by increasing the capacity of members and service providers, mobilizing a statewide voice to increase public policy development, and educating the public to take action and prevent domestic violence.

Georgia Commission on Family Violence (GCFV)

  • GCFV is a state agency that is committed to ending family violence through coordinated community response.
  • GCFV works with communities and systems across the state to provide leadership in strengthening Georgia’s families by ending family violence. GCFV also certifies and monitors Family Violence Intervention Program providers.

National Network to End Domestic Violence Safety Net Project on the intersection of technology and abuse

  • Safety Net focuses on the intersection of technology and abuse, and works to address how that abuse impacts the safety, privacy, accessibility, and civil rights of survivors.
  • The Project provides expert training and technical assistance, creates and disseminates resources, and influences conversations on technology abuse and safety globally.


  • Endtab helps organizations keep people safe in the digital age by providing trainings and presentations that take the mystery out of addressing online abuse.


  • FORGE reduces the impact of trauma on trans/non-binary survivors and communities by empowering service providers, advocating for systems reform, and connecting survivors to healing possibilities.