Our Mission

The Cherokee Family Violence Center enhances the safety of those impacted by intimate partner violence through services that empower victims while advocating for a community standard of zero tolerance for violence in the home.

Our Vision

We envision a world where intimate partner violence is a distant memory and healthy relationships prosper.

Our History

Our Values

We respect and honor our clients’ individual paths and encourage them to use their strengths to attain personal empowerment.

With a focus on personal safety and growth, the services we provide are innovative and forward-thinking.

We embrace diversity and provide culturally responsive services delivered with compassion and respect.

We foster a coordinated response by working closely with the community and encouraging volunteer involvement.

We are committed to high standards of honesty, absolute confidentiality, and accountability for our actions and words.

We value the history and longevity of our organization and commit to our sustainability and growth through fiscally responsible policies and community education.

Because system change is integral to client safety, we work toward a global paradigm shift that assumes equality for all.

Values Word Cloud

Our Team

Our team all have different skills and expertise, but we value teamwork and use our talents to support the mission of the CFVC.  Ultimately, we strive to make a positive difference in the lives of others and the community around us.

Come Work With Us!

Are you ready to take your professional journey to the next level? Then look no further than our well-known and respected organization.

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.