Caring Is Doing For Others!

   We are a small organization with BIG hearts! For those of you who have never lived in a home of domestic abuse, it's hard to imagine how helpless a victim feels. Domestic abuse always involves power-whether it's physical, sexual, emotion, or economic-and victims typically feel helpless as they experience the escalating number of incidents of violence at the hands of a family member. 


We are committed to educating, encouraging, empowering, and providing basic necessities to survivors and their children transitioning to a life free of abuse. This is a daily mission for us, just as it is a daily challenge for them.


Caring Is Doing For Others demonstrates:

  • Compassion for others
  • Honesty in everything we do
  • Integrity(choosing to always do what is right)
  • Respect for everyone



        tAKE ACTION NOW!




Devote an afternoon to helping the homeless with CIDFO and see first-hand the individuals we help regularly.

Email: choosevictoryoverviolence@gmail.com

2/3 of stalkers pursue their victims at least once per week, many daily, using more than one method.

  • 78% of stalkers use more than one means of approach.
  • Weapons are used to harm or threaten victims in 1 out of 5 cases.
  • • Almost 1/3 of stalkers have stalked before.


 Emotional Abuse

 Constant criticism, name calling, damaging one's relationship with one's child(ren).


 Sexual Abuse

 Attempting to coerce any sexual contact or behavior. Sexual abuse includes, but not limited to

 marital rape, attacks on sexual parts of the body, forcing sex after physical violence, or treating someone in a sexually  

 demeaning manner.


 Psychological Abuse

 Causing fear by intimidation, threatening to cause physical harm to self, children, pets, family, or friends.


 Economic Abuse

 Attempting or making someone financially dependent by maintaining financial control over financial resources,  access to  

 money, or forbidding one's attendance at work or school.







Georgia Domestic Violence Hotline:

1-800-33-HAVEN (1.800.334.2836)

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What is Domestic Violence?


Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in a relationship that is used by the abuser to gain power and control over a partner.  Domestic violence can be emotional, economic, sexual, physical,  psychological and deadly.

Physical Abuse

Hitting, slapping, shoving, pinching, biting, and pushing are types of physical abuse.


October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • Volunteer at a local domestic violence agency.
  • Talk to your friends and family about your commitment to eradicate domestic violence. 
  • Be a role model in a healthy relationship.
  • Post your support for anti-violence work on social media
  • Check out our new Self-Sufficiency Program
  • We need toiletries!
  • We appreciate you, Mr. Robert Dawson III!
  • Partnership with Evoline C. West Elementary School



    Email: choosevictoryoverviolence@gmail.com