Earlier this week, four of our Advocates joined hundreds of others at the Georgia State Capitol, to urge Legislators to strengthen Georgia’s existing Family Violence laws.  The 17th annual Stop Violence Against Women Day, drew attention to the issue of domestic violence and sexual assault in Georgia.  The event is sponsored by the Georgia Commission…

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Exciting news:  CFVC can now come to your agency or office to provide a free Triple P parenting seminar to your employees or clients! What is Triple P? – Positive Parenting Program is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent – as well as treat – behavioral and emotional problems in children. What…

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It’s a new year and we are off to a great start to 2016.  In the spirit of all things new, we wanted to introduce you to our new Board Chair, Kathleen Thompson.  Kathleen took over as Chair of our Board of Directors at the end of 2015, after Dr. Judy Battles, who continues to remain active…

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CFVC’s Children’s Program celebrated their holiday party this Tuesday. The children made ornaments and Christmas tree hats, ate snacks and received a visit from Santa Claus, who passed out gifts and sang songs with the children. The children were also able to participate in “kids bucks,” which is an incentive program for the youth that…

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CFVC was honored to be invited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Caminar Latino’s “Latino Journey” with a “Gracias Party” on November 7, 2015. During the event, attendees enjoyed a video presentation of the history of Caminar Latino, followed with remarks by their Executive Director, Jessica Nunan, along with a plated dinner. Honors were presented to…

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We bet you didn’t know we were on instagram — well, as of a couple of weeks ago, you can now get quick updates about what we are doing at Cherokee Family Violence Center there too.  You can find us @CFVCinfo! We are excited to be spreading the word about our programs on a new platform,…

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We wanted to share our well wishes to our friends and allies who are celebrating Hanukkah.  We wish you peace and happiness this holiday season!

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Three Cherokee Family Violence Center Advocates completed the Holly Springs Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy earlier this week.  The Academy focuses on various aspects of law enforcement over a six week period.  The Advocates and nearly 20 other community members, attended weekly sessions intended to offer a historical perspective of American law enforcement and its…

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Cherokee Family Violence Center’s Family Support Coordinator, Brooke Larson, and Legal Program Coordinator, Tommie DeGonzague, made an interesting discovery outside of our office today! We are in the Halloween spirit at CFVC and hope you and your family have a safe and spooktacular day.

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