History: When a person suffers abuse by the hands of an intimate partner or family member, they may receive support from Alma Domestic Violence Foundation in a variety of ways. Founder, Alma G. Davis started the organization in 2005 and with a rise of domestic violence cases, the foundation has expanded its services to reach survivors across the state of Georgia and beyond.
Did you know: During the COVID-19 pandemic, their youngest client was 7 years old. Since opening its doors, Alma Domestic Violence Foundation has served more than 10,000 domestic abuse
survivors. In 2022, a total of 1,978 services were provided. All services are free, including emergency housing, food, clothing, licensed therapy and classes such as financial literacy.
Motto: You always have someone to call, call Alma Domestic Violence Foundation.
How you can help: Volunteer with the organization, donate critical care supplies, or participate in a community awareness event. Financial donations to Alma Domestic Violence Foundation helps survivors get the free services and care they need to attain self-sufficiency.
To learn more: Visit almadvf.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 844-435-6468.
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