Challenging violence and the abuse of power in all its forms;
​ Working to increase safety and justice for the abused; 
Insisting on accountability for the abuser

WE HAVE MOVED

August 19, 2019

We have moved to 301 W Crawford St, Dalton Ga, 30720
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The RESOLV Project
  
The RESOLV Project is a private, non-profit, community outreach program conceived, developed, and endorsed by the Conasauga Family Violence Alliance.

The RESOLV Project has been offering cognitive-behavioral style education courses for reducing family and interpersonal violence since 1995.

Classes are conducted by trained instructors using a variety of teaching methods designed to encourage individual progress within the context of a supportive group setting.

Practical, effective and affordable. For court-mandated and social service agency referrals, and for private and self-referred candidates as well.
  
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Our Services

FVIP
ANG
WVR
LCM
ABC
Family Violence Intervention Program
Anger Management Course
Woman's Violence Recovery
Limited Case Management
Alternative Behavior Course
Abused?

If you are in danger and need help immediately, call:
911​​

For information about help and support in your community, call:
1-800-33-HAVEN

To talk with an advocate in the Northwest Georgia area, call:
706-278-5586

Other Helpful Links

Visit our Facebook page

Georgia Commission on Family Violence
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
www.gcfv.org
www.gcadv.org