Multicultural Department Highlights
People served since 2005.
Calls received to the Statewide Spanish Hotline.
Different countries of origin.
Our reach is worldwide.
The Multicultural Program of CFVC was created in 2003 to assist domestic violence immigrant victims in Cherokee County, with a particular emphasis within the Latino/Hispanic community. The Multicultural Program seeks to ensure that immigrant victims and survivors of domestic violence have access to linguistically and culturally responsive services through our Multicultural Program, developed specifically to meet their needs.
Do you need help?
Call our bi-lingual advocates on the Statewide Spanish Hotline for shelter availability and advocacy at 1-800-334-2836, option 2.
How We Support Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors
Statewide Spanish Hotline
Since 2014, we have partnered with the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence to manage and answer the Georgia Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline. CFVC’s Multicultural and bilingual Shelter Staff answer the Statewide Spanish hotline and provide direct services in Spanish 24 hours a day.
Developing strategic plans to collaborate with the 46 DV Programs in GA, Hispanic Consulates in GA, Law Enforcement and Prosecutors, DFCS, Spanish-speaking TV channels, and radio stations, as well as other agencies and nonprofit organizations, the Statewide Spanish Hotline staff provides direct services to the Hispanic community in all 159 counties of GA.
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