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LGBTQ Community Resources & Referral List

Ahimsa House
(404) 496-4038 (Admin)

(404) 452-6248 (Crisis)

Addresses the link between domestic violence and animal cruelty. Provides a 24-hour crisis line, emergency
shelter for animals of any kind while their owners reach safety from domestic violence, veterinary care,
pet-related safety planning, assistance in transporting pets to accompany their owners to safety, legal
advocacy, and outreach and training to the community.

JF&CS Shalom Bayit Counseling Services
(770) 677-9417
(770) 677-9322
Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) is a nonsectarian social services agency. The Shalom Bayit
Program provides individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning and referrals to
those facing physical, emotional or sexual abuse in their families or intimate relationships. Starting a
weekly support group for LGBTQ victims in Fall 2016.

Latino LinQ

(678) 744-5467
Provides support services for LGBTQ Latinx individuals of any sexual orientation and any gender identity.
Men Stopping Violence
(404) 270-9894
Provides organizations, communities, and individuals with the knowledge and tools required to mobilize
men to prevent violence against women and girls.

Partnership Against Domestic Violence
(404) 873-1766 (Hotline)
Works to end intimate partner violence and empower survivors. Provides support and legal advocacy, safe
and confidential shelter, support groups, community education, and 24/7 hotline.

Raksha, Inc.

(404) 876-0670
Promotes a stronger and healthier South Asian community. Provides multi-cultural and multi-lingual
counseling and support groups for individuals and children, provides advocacy (individual, systemic,
medical, legal, transportation), and educational workshops and community outreach.

(404) 275-4637
Provides resources, educational activities, advocacy and religious connections, specifically to those of the
Jewish community.
Women Healing Women

(404) 944-6409
Provides services for survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence via support, education, advocacy
and counseling that focuses on marginalized communities and long-term survivor issues.
Womens Resource Center to End Domestic Violence

(404)370-7670 (Office)
(404)688-9436 (Hotline)
Addresses immediate and long-term needs of IPV survivors and their children. Provides legal and social
service advocacy, safe and confidential shelter, support groups, community education and 24/7 hotline.

LGBTQ Community Resources & Referral List

Fulton County Family Violence Task Force
Coordinates agencies, departments, and the courts to promote safety and justice for victims while holding
perpetrators accountable and to improve the response to family violence and reduce incidents of family
violence in Fulton County. Meets quarterly.

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

(404) 209-0280
A member organization comprised of 53 domestic violence programs across the state. Engages
communities throughout the state in efforts to achieve social and systems change on behalf of domestic
violence survivors. Maintains Georgias statewide 24-hour crisis line: 1.800.33.HAVEN (1.800.334.2836)

Georgia Commission on Family Violence
(404) 657-3412
State agency charged with creating a state plan to end family violence. Provides support to family violence
task forces, certifies family violence intervention programs, and coordinates domestic violence fatality
review teams.

In the Life Atlanta (ITLA)
(678) 964-4852
Provides advocacy, education and coalition building for the LGBTQIA community of African descent.
AID Atlanta
Provides HIV/AIDS resources for the Metro Atlanta community.

(404) 870-7700

Positive Impact
(404)589-9040 Midtown

(770)962-8396 Duluth
Provides HIV prevention and support through education, mental health and substance abuse treatment
Lost-N-Found Youth
Provides advocacy services and housing for LGBTQ homeless youth ages 13-25 in metro Atlanta.
Just Us Atl

An LGBTQQA organization that empowers and provides support groups, education, and individual
counseling for LGBTQQA youth ages 13-28 in metro Atlanta.
Lambda Legal
Assists those from the LGBT community and those with HIV in recognizing their civil rights through impact
litigation, education and public policy work.
Feminist Womens Health Center
Uses a holistic approach to healthcare and wellness. Provides advocacy services and community education
to all women.

The Health Initiative

Provide LGBT-friendly healthcare resources.