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
How to Enroll in a Class

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Anyone wishing to receive an eligibility screening may visit the RESOLV office at 214 West King St in Dalton during one of these times:

Tuesdays 9:00AM-11:00AM
Tuesdays 2:00PM-4:00PM

You do not need an appointment. Simply find the sign-in form outside the RESOLV office and add your name. Candidates will be seen on a first-come-first-served basis. You must bring a $20 money order to the interview to pay for the screening. Questions about class times and fees will be answered during the session.

Please note this is not an “evaluation” or “assessment” to determine if you “need” to take a class. We don't do that. If you request a screening, we will try to enroll you unless it appears to us you would not be a good fit for our program.

If you are eligible, you will be invited to return for an orientation session to enroll in the course we determine most appropriate.  If you are not eligible, we will try to provide you with information about other appropriate resources. 

Once you have completed a screening interview and have been approved for enrollment in a course, you will receive instructions about scheduling an orientation for the course we select. Orientation is a one-time preparation session that all candidates must attend before beginning classes.

During the orientation session, the course objectives, fees, and class rules will be reviewed. Also at that time, you will receive your course manual and/or workbooks, choose a starting date for your first class, and sign an enrollment agreement form.
After you have attended the orientation session, signed your agreement, and have selected a starting date for your first class, you may begin attending class. 

You will attend the same class each week on the same day and time. You will continue to attend until you have attended the required number of classes and all other course requirements are completed.  

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

For information about help and support in your community, call:

To talk with an advocate in the Northwest Georgia area, call:

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Georgia Commission on Family Violence
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence