Domestic Violence Awareness 2023


is a public awareness campaign on social media aimed at raising awareness for domestic violence, supporting the work of advocates and honoring survivors. Starting October 1 through October 31, there are many ways you can support, as an individual or organization.

1) Download our daily prompts calendar below. Try participating in any or all daily prompts. You do not have to follow every single day to participate in the campaign.

2) Go social! Follow us and #Raksha31DaysofDVAM and on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. You can choose to follow any one of the prompts/ ideas or reshare the awareness posts on Raksha’s social media. The idea is to address issues that YOU think are important based on the prompts. You could share original content based on the prompts or re-share Raksha’s content.

3) Please be sure to use hashtags #Raksha31daysofDVAM #DVAM on content based on the prompts or in support of the campaign.

4) Please be sure to tag @rakshainc on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn whenever you post.

5) Like, comment on our DVAM posts, participate in our story polls and quizzes!

Download Calendar 31 Daily Prompts

Support for Survivors of Murder Suicide/Violence (GA)

  1. Tapestri serves immigrant and refugee women, children, and men who are victims or survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, human-trafficking and unaccompanied minors.
  2. The Link’s National Resource Center for Suicide Prevention and Aftercare hosts Survivors of Suicide Support Group Meetings across the state.
  3. Compassionate Friends has chapters across the state and hosts meeting for parents, grandparents, and siblings who have lost a loved one at any age, from any cause.
  4. Kate’s Club provides supportive services for young children and teens who have lost a parent in GA.
  5. Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program Surviving family members and victims of attempted murder-suicide may qualify for up to $25,000 in compensation through the Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program. Learn more and find out if you qualify for compensation by visiting and clicking on the link for victims.
  6. The Georgia Commission on Family Violence provides support, resources, and referrals to survivors of domestic violence murder-suicide in Georgia.


Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence


List of GA Shelters

List of GA Shelters



Transitional Housing & DV Shelter

Women’s Resource Center To End Domestic Violence


Safe House for Survivors

Emergency Housing Voucher Program

(Not immediate assistance)

Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Shelters (National)

Safe Havens Mapping Project is a searchable directory for pets of those experiencing domestic violence.

RedRover Relief Safe Escape grant program helps families with pets safely escape domestic violence together.

Pet-Friendly Domestic Violence Shelters (GA)

Praline’s Backyard provides cage-free housing, food, and veterinary services for the dogs of domestic abuse survivors who are in housing transitions. Call: 770 648 5266

Ahimsa House works with vets and boarding homes to ensure that domestic violence survivors’ pets have a safe place to stay while their parents are transitioning to a new, safe living arrangement. 24-hour crisis line 404-452-6248.

Ted Talk: The Language Of Domestic Abuse in South Asian Communities

A talk from 2020: A startling look at the epidemic of domestic abuse in South Asian Communities highlighting the lack of language/translation for the term “domestic violence” and what this means for South Asian women living in the United States. In this compelling talk, community activist Sangeetha Menon seeks to lift the shame felt within this community by shining a light on the issue and inviting others to do the same.

Disclaimer: This resource list has been compiled by Raksha, Inc for awareness and reference purposes and does not constitute legal or medical advice. Raksha, Inc is not responsible for content of a linked site or any link in a linked site. Raksha, Inc is not liable for use or damages arising in the use of resources, website URLs, hotline numbers in the list or any material contained in it, or from any action or decision taken as a result of using the resources.

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