To best serve our clients, we work with a wide network of community partners. Some of our partners and other community resources relating to domestic violence, human trafficking, refugees, and immigrants are listed below.
Centralized assistance for advocates and attorneys facing complex legal problems in advocating for immigrant survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Atlanta Legal Aid Society
Referrals and legal representation to victims of domestic violence in Atlanta.
Direct services for Latino families affected by domestic violence.
Counseling and immigration services for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking, as well as refugee resettlement and other social services.
Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS)
Services for the Pan Asian community (Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, Laotian, Thai, and Filipino), including community health, programming for seniors, civic education, counseling, youth programs, and social services.
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN)
Pro bono legal representation for asylum seekers and immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, and other crimes.
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
A coalition of member organizations that strive to increase the quality and quantity of services for domestic violence survivors in Georgia, including through educating the public, advocating for better legislation, and supporting Georgia’s 24-hour domestic violence hotline 1-800-33-HAVEN (800-334-2836).
Georgia Legal Services Program
Access to justice and opportunities out of poverty for families with low income.
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
Information and referral services for victims of sexual assault.
Latin American Association
Direct services, emergency food and clothing, immigration services, and transportation for victims of domestic violence.
Legal Momentum/Immigrant Women Program
Provides legal expertise and advocacy in the vision of a society in which all women and girls are economically secure, empowered to make their own choices, and can live and work free of discrimination and violence.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
A national non-profit dedicated to finding missing children, reducing child sexual exploitation, and preventing child victimization in the U.S.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Operating a national domestic violence hotline staffed by highly trained advocates.
National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild
A national non-profit that provides legal assistance and technical support to immigrant communities, legal practitioners, and all advocates seeking to advance the rights of non-citizens.
A Georgia-based nonprofit that supports South Asian communities through support services, education, and advocacy.
Shalom Bayit at Jewish Family & Career Services
Providing short- and long-term assistance to those facing physical violence or emotional or sexual abuse in their families or intimate relationships, primarily in the Jewish community.
New American Pathways
An Atlanta-based nonprofit resulting from the merger of Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta (RRISA) and Refugee Family Services (RFS). They currently serve over 5,000 new Americans each year through employment training, education, individual and female empowerment, civic engagement, and refugee resettlement.