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West Georgia Domestic Violence Shelter Launches New Website

For 35 years, Carroll County Emergency Shelter, West Georgia Domestic Violence Shelter has served West Georgia.They are a nonprofit organization that provides safe shelter and support services for victims of Domestic Violence in the West Georgia area. West Georgia Domestic Violence Shelter serves the counties of Carroll, Carrollton, Coweta, Haralson, Heard, and Meriwether. Certified by the State of Georgia, the shelter abides by specific standards of services in operations. The shelter started in 1986, the current shelter was made in 1998, and the transitional house and administrative building opened in 2004. If you need support or shelter, please call their 24-hour crisis line that is available seven days a week: 770-834-1141.

A new website was just launched that can be accessed directly at this link http://westgadv.org/

At the Coweta County Courthouse call Cassandra, the Legal Advocate, directly at 678-343-3341 for a protective order, or general questions for Coweta and Meriwether county residents. 

For Carroll, Haralson or Heard protective orders, information about transitional housing, and general questions, call directly at 770-834-9178.

West Georgia Domestic Violence Shelter sincerely thanks those who donate. The Shelter accepts food, clothing, cleaning supplies, and financial donations that help serve the clients.

To support or learn more about West Georgia Domestic Violence Shelter, please visit Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/westgadomesticviolenceshelter. You may also visit theĀ  https://www.instagram.com/westgadomesticviolenceshelter to learn more about the shelter.