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GCFV Annual Conference Registration NOW OPEN

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New Mailing Address

GCFV's new mailing address is: 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SE, Ste 866 East Tower, Atlanta, Ga 30334

Georgia Commission on Family Violence

Committed to Ending Family Violence

We believe that a coordinated community response is the best way to address the problem of family violence.

Upcoming Events and Training

Jun
24

Rockdale Judicial Circuit FVIP Virtual Meeting

Date: June 24, 2022
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 pm

This meeting is open to FVIP Providers, Facilitators and Facilitators-in- Training, those seeking to open FVIPs in the Rockdale Judicial circuit and victim liaisons. Approved for 1 Task Force Meeting Requirement for certified FVIP Facilitators and 1 Task Force Meeting Hour for Facilitators-in-Training.

Jul
6

"You Made Me Hit You": Addressing Accountability in FV Groups

"You Made Me Hit You": Addressing Accountability in FV Groups

Training Provided by:

High Impact Training & Counseling

Training will be delivered via Zoom

About the Conference

One of the major goals of family violence intervention programs is assisting perpetrators in accepting full responsibility and accountability for their abusive actions.

Approved for 6 FVIP Hours

Training cost: $70

 

To Register 

Make Payment using debit/credit card by calling Dr. Byrd at 404-906-4720

 

Jul
14

Understanding the Intersection of Family Violence and Substance Use

Virtual Training

Presented by: High Impact/Anger Management

While substance use disorder does not cause family violence, there is a statistical correlation between the two issues. Studies of family violence frequently indicate high rates of alcohol and other drug use by perpetrators during abuse. The association between alcohol use and domestic violence has been well established by past research, and there is growing evidence that drug use is associated with domestic violence. The clearest evidence is that alcohol is a risk factor for family violence offending. This training will review the most recent research on the coexistence of substance use, IPV and substance use coercion. 

Approved for 6 FVIP Hours

Fee:$70

Download this pdf file. Training Registration Information