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CCR
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CCR
Family Violence Intervention Programs
Fatality Review Recommendations
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Fatality Review Recommendations
GCFV Resource Library
General educational resources from the Georgia Commission on Family Violence.
GCFV Resource Library
Session Handouts
Copies of session presentations.
Session Handouts
Supporting Survivors of Murder-Suicide
The Georgia Commission on Family Violence provides support, resources, and referrals to survivors of domestic violence murder-suicide in Georgia. In addition, ...
Supporting Survivors of Murder-Suicide

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Addiction
Substance abuse occurs in 40% to 60% of all reported domestic violence incidents . Research indicates that drug or alcohol abuse is a factor in domestic ...
Addiction
Anxiety
One review of studies found the odds of experiencing anxiety was four times greater for victims experiencing domestic violence. Further, anxiety and ...
Anxiety
Depression
Women who have experienced domestic violence or abuse are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing a range of mental health conditions including ...
Depression
Mental Health
According to MentalHealth.gov, "Mental Health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act." Taking ...
Mental Health
Nutrition
The foods one eats can affect mood and improve mental and physical health.The Nutrition catalog offers content linking good nutrition to improved recovery and ...
Nutrition
Stress
Stress is a well-known side effect for victims enduring or escaping a domestic violence relationship. This catalog details the warning signs of stress and how ...
Stress
Suicide Prevention
Explore this content catalog to understand the warning signs and suicide prevention strategies.
Suicide Prevention
Trauma/PTSD
One review of studies found the odds of experiencing PTSD was about seven times higher for women who had been victims of domestic violence than those who had ...
Trauma/PTSD