Enhancing Safety, Empowering Domestic Violence Survivors, and Advocating for Zero Violence.


About Us

CFVC works with domestic violence survivors to provide safety, shelter, and support for our Cherokee County Community.

Domestic Violence Stats


People served in 2022 by CFVC staff, volunteers, and interns.


Legal advocates enhanced the safety of 172 Cherokee County Citizens by helping them obtain Temporary Protective Orders.

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It costs more than $1,000 PER DAY to run CFVC’s emergency shelter.

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Quality of Life

Make A Difference


If you would like to make a difference in the lives of domestic violence victims in your community, you are in the right place.

Make An Impact

When you join our Volunteer Program, we'll gratefully put your time and expertise to good use, and you'll know you've made a positive impact in someone's life.
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The stories of courageous survivors inspire us to continue our mission of ending domestic violence.

Be Brave

If you feel that your story or the story of someone you know will be helpful or inspirational to others, please share it with us.
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Throughout the year, CFVC welcomes between 20 - 25 families into our Transitional Housing Program.

Support A Family

Our Transitional Housing Program assists survivors towards a safe path to permanent, affordable housing while providing on-site supportive services.
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We host and sponsor many events in our Cherokee County community.

Attend An Event

Support us and our cause by attending or giving to a local event.
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Our Partners

Statewide Spanish Hotline

800-33-HAVEN, Option 2

Contact CFVC’s Multicultural Advocates for assistance with Family Violence Temporary Protective Orders and individualized safety plans.

Contact Us

770-479-1804 ext. 200

Call 800-33-HAVEN, Option 2, today to connect with Multicultural Advocates who can assist you in your search for safety and housing solutions.

Hotline Services

People reaching out to our 24/7 hotlines in English or in Spanish receive the following services:

  • Crisis intervention.
  • Domestic violence education.
  • Individualized safety planning.
  • Referrals to agencies that provide legal, economic self-sufficiency, sexual assault, elder abuse, children’s and other domestic violence shelters for related services.
  • Intake, if space is available at CFVC’s shelter.

Domestic Violence Hotline


For assistance in Spanish, please call the Statewide Spanish Hotline 1-800-33-HAVEN, option 2.

You’re one call away from getting the help you need.