FVIP Provider Certification

  • What is required to apply for Initial FVIP Provider Certification?

     

    Watch the FVIP Rules Certification Primer to view an overview of the Program  Certification process. 

    Program Mission Statement

    Owner Background Information

    Disclosure of Business Ventures

    Program Locations

    Class Times

    Class Fee Schedule

    Indigent Fee Reduction Plan

    General Liability Insurance ($1,000,000)

    Victim Liaison Contract (current)

    Principles of Practice (signed)

    Background information and background check authorization

    Curriculum

    Participation in Task Force

    Application fee ($250 per judicial circuit)

     

     

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  • When can you apply for FVIP Provider Certification?

    FVIP Provider applications are accepted January 1st and July 1st annually.

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  • When will you be added to the certified provider list?

    Once GCFV staff has reviewed your application and all requirements are met. Usually takes 2 weeks from receipt of application.

    • All required documents are submitted.
    • Pass the background check.
    • A certified facilitator has been identified to conduct classes.
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  • Once certified, when do you have to renew certification?

    Providers must recertify every 2 years from the date of initial certification. The same requirements must be met for recertification.

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  • Where do I find the initial provider certification application and how do I apply?

    Download this doc file.  Program applications  are accepted on January 1 and July 1 annually.

    Please mail applications to:

    Georgia Commission on Family Violence

    Attn: FVIP Provider Certification

    2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Ste 470 East Tower

    Atlanta, Ga 30334

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  • What is required for FVIP Provider Recertification?

    Watch the FVIP Rules Certification Primer to view an overview of the Program  Certification process. 

    Program Mission Statement

    Owner Background Information

    Disclosure of Business Ventures

    Program Locations

    Class Times

    Class Fee Schedule

    Indigent Fee Reduction Plan

    General Liability Insurance ($1,000,000)

    Victim Liaison Contract (current)

    Principles of Practice (signed)

    Background information and background check authorization

    Curriculum

    Participation in Task Force

    Application fee ($250 per judicial circuit)

     

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  • Where do I find the recertification provider certification application and how do I apply?

    Program Recertification Application 

    Please mail applications to:

    Georgia Commission on Family Violence

    Attn: FVIP Provider Certification

    2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Ste 470 East Tower

    Atlanta, Ga 30334

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