Resources

Knowing what resources are available is crucial in receiving assistance for domestic violence victims.  If you or someone you know is being domestically abused, there is help.  No one deserves to be abused.  Please take a moment to look at the resources that are available in your area.  

 

National Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1-404-209-0280 
Georgia Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-33-HAVEN1-800-334-2836
Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence 1-615-386-9406
Tennessee Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-289-9018

 

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. My children and I just left my husband of 12.5 years. He was verbally ,emotionally and starting to get physically abusive with the kids and me. We are staying with my mom. He is a deacon in the church. Said the reason he was getting so angry was because our oldest child (11 years) has special needs and it’s frustrating. Then he said it’s because he’s tired all the time, then he said it’s becsuse he’s depressed… There’s never the real reason; because he’s an abuser.

    I want to file for divorce and sole custody, but my SDA pastor, whom my estranged husband met with, supposedly advised my husband to have more sex with me and play more with the kids, and that will rebuild our relationships… (I can not verify because it is what My estranged husks telling me happenhappened at his counseling session…) My mom (whom I’m living with currently ) said that I have no biblical grounds for divorce since I have not been cheated on. Please advise. I can’t go back.

  2. Do not go back, there is one ground for divorce in the US…..irreconcilable differences, I believe you all are at that juncture. Even if you do not want to divorce, you can live separately from him, no one should be made to suffer abuse, no abuser deserves a good woman as yourself. Go with God, always let him be your guide.

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