Parent Organization
liveSAFE Resources, Inc.
  • Mission

    To provide safety and healing to those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and elder abuse by offering services, creating awareness and fostering support within our community

  • imgEXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    Tracey Atwater

  • imgWEBSITE

    http://www.livesaferesources.org

  • imgEMAIL

    tatwater@livesaferesources.org

  • imgPHONE

    770-427-2902

  • imgLOCATION

    48 Henderson Street, Marietta, GA , 30064.

  • Organization Description

    If you are at a crossroads and need to make a change, we are here to provide assistance and help you live safe. We have many programs that assist both in an emergency and on a day-to-day basis, many offered at no cost. The staff at liveSAFE Resources will always keep your information confidential; we want to make you feel comfortable and provide you with the tools you need to make it through this difficult time and come out whole.

  • Facebook Handle

    @livesaferesources

  • Twitter Handle

    @liveSAFEres

  • Instagram Handle

    @livesaferesources

  • CCIG Recipient

    2019

  • Organization's Contact Person

    Molly Nash

  • Organization's Contact Email

    mnash@livesaferesources.org

  •  FORM 990s

Categories

  • Physical, Mental, or Sexual Abuse
  • Victims of Abuse

Additional Programs

PROGRAM 1
Domestic Violence Housing
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PROGRAM 2
Sexual Assault Program
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PROGRAM 3
Elder Abuse Program
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PROGRAM 4
Counseling
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PROGRAM 5
Temporary Protective Orders
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PROGRAM 6
Crisis Hotline
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Organization Detail liveSAFE Resources, Inc.
Physical, Mental, or Sexual Abuse
  • Tracey Atwater
  • www.livesaferesources.org
  • tatwater@livesaferesources.org
  • 770-427-2902
  • 48 Henderson Street, Marietta, GA , 30064.
PROGRAM 1
Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter
We can provide immediate shelter for all victims of domestic violence and their children at no cost. Client-centered case management services are provided. Advocates will assist you with safety planning and inform you of your options going forward.
Programs
PROGRAM 1
Crisis Hotline
The crisis hotline will remain in operation and is manned 24/7. Please call 770-427-3390 for support.
PROGRAM 2
Domestic Violence Housing
Longer-term housing is available for qualified clients. The focus is on economic empowerment to move clients toward independence and self-sufficiency.
PROGRAM 3
Sexual Assault Program
We have Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They provide free medical forensic examinations for victims of sexual assault ages 13 years and older. Exams may be performed in our private facility by registered nurses who are trained in advanced assessment and forensic techniques. They provide compassionate care that includes treatment for injuries as well as preventative treatments for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and pregnancy. These services are available at no cost and may not require you to report your sexual assault. However, the SANE nurses will gather forensic evidence and conduct an exam, which will aid in an investigation if you choose to go forward with that option in the future. liveSAFE Resources advocates will accompany you to medical, legal appointments and other services as needed, as well as discuss options and victim rights.
PROGRAM 4
Elder Abuse Program
The Elder Abuse Program serves those aged 50+ who have experienced abuse by a partner, spouse, adult child, grandchild, or caretaker. This program recognizes the unique challenges older victims may face when trying to find safety. The Elder Abuse Advocate assists clients by providing case management, access to safe housing and other resources, accompaniment to medical and legal appointments, and in some cases, help with financial assistance.
PROGRAM 5
Counseling
We offer free counseling services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and their family members, regardless of whether the event(s) took place recently or in the past. Our counseling program engages licensed counselors to help you or your loved ones move through crisis toward healing. We offer one-on-one and group counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy and child play therapy. Services are also available in Spanish.
PROGRAM 6
Temporary Protective Orders
Our legal advocacy program provides our clients with information concerning victim rights, filing a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) and accompaniment to TPO-related court proceedings. Our legal advocacy office is located in the Cobb County Courthouse and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to assist victims of family violence and stalking in obtaining TPOs. The TPO office sees an average of 60 – 80 individuals per week seeking court assistance. A TPO is a legal document issued by the court to help victims obtain protection from persons abusing or stalking them. This order will generally state that one person is prohibited from having contact with another person and may even remove or restrict someone from a certain place or residence.
PROGRAM 7
Crisis Hotline
The crisis hotline will remain in operation and is manned 24/7. Please call 770-427-3390 for support.