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Archive for April 2015

Happy Birthday CFVC

  29 years ago today, on April 17, 1986 Cherokee Family Violence Center went live with a conference at what is now known as Reinhardt University.In these 29 years, CFVC has accomplished a great deal for victims of intimate partner violence in Cherokee County. From offering support groups for victims to building a 72 apartment transitional housing…

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Thanks to Our Community Partner, Steve Cannon at State Farm

Happy Monday everyone! Today we wanted to showcase one of our amazing community partners who is currently doing a food drive for Cherokee Family Violence Center’s shelter program! Drop off any non-perishable goods at the Steve Cannon State Farm office, located by the Towne Lake Publix on Rose Creek Drive.

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Tuesday Night Support Group Changes

We are excited that effective tonight, CFVC’s Tuesday night support groups and children’s activities have moved to a location that can accommodate our growth! Please call our hotline for information on the new location (770) 479-1703.

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Celebrating Twenty Years of Our Wonderful Executive Director

  When Meg Rogers started at Cherokee Family Violence Center (CFVC), the Center was facing tremendous difficulties with funding and providing services for victims of domestic violence. In the past 20 years, under Meg’s direction, CFVC has grown its services to include one of the state’s largest transitional housing programs, along with launching a state-wide,…

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