Sister's Against Domestic Violence (SADV) is a Non-Profit Organization that was founded by Atlanta native, Vanessa Kinsey and established in 2007.
SADV is an advocacy group whose sole purpose is to provide Shelter, Clothing, Job Readiness workshops, strengthen Parent and Youth relationships, offer Teen Dating Violence Awareness Seminars and Workshops, Education, Resources, Transitioning Housing, Crisis Line assistance, referrals, and hope to all women regardless of their soci-economic condition.
Every person and family deserves to live in a world free from violence. Safe homes and safe families are the foundation of a safe society. With your support and generosity we can make a difference in the lives of those who have undergone domestic violence.
If you're a victim of abuse or violence at the hands of someone you know or love, or you are recovering from an assault by a stranger, you are not alone.
- A woman is abused by a partner every 15 seconds in the U.S.
- One in every three women, or up to one billion women, have been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused in their life time. No one has the right to abuse you!
- Victims of domestic abuse or domestic violence may be men or women, although women are more commonly victimized.
There are different types of domestic abuse, including emotional, physical, sexual, and economic abuse. Many abusers behave in ways that include more than one type of domestic abuse, and the boundaries between some of these behaviors may overlap.
Call us SADV. We Can Help!
Serving Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties
Sisters Against Domestic Violence, mission is to provide a 24 hour crisis line for emergency escapes from harm and immediate danger; to enrich and strengthen the lives of victims of domestic violence; to help victims begin the journey of spiritual healing through weekly Support groups; clothes for the families; offering monthly Job Readiness workshops and resources to assist victims in their search for stable income, which will allow women and their children to transition into permanent housing and live free from violence when there is no place to go.
"Because love is not violent."
Welcome to Sisters Against Domestic Violence
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SADV was founded by Atlanta-native Vanessa Kinsey-also known as Ms. V. Ms. V is a tireless advocate for domestic violence survivors of a domestically abusive marriage. She has realized how important it is to have clear boundaries to live a healthy balance life. Boundaries impact all areas of our lives: Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually. Despite her disability and physical pain, that she suffered caused by domestic violence. Ms. V. is alive and grateful. She is committed to bring awareness, empowering women/victims to seek safety and education on the causes and nature of Domestic Violence.
Your donations today makes a difference!! SADV can provide Food, Clothes and Transitional housing for the battered women and their children who are living on the streets, and sleeping in their cars with the clothes on their back with limited resources.
We appreciate your in kind donation and generosity to help assist SADV with their mission. And your "Seeds of Hope" donation will go a long way.