The Healthy Families Program provides refugees the information and tools they need to maintain cohesive and stable families and communities in their new country. The program focuses on practical guidance and relationship skills including:
• Communication / Conflict resolution / Problem solving / Money management
• Decision marking / Anger management
• Improving self-esteem /Parenting /Issues /Cultural education
Referral to FVIP is appropriate when the court determines that a person has or her committed, or is likely to commit, an act of family violence against his partner. This program strives to bolster a violence free community in conjunction with the battered women’s movement. CPACS’s FVIP educates men or Women to stop committing violence toward their spouses, children, friends, and other people around them.
DUI offenders on the State of Georgia are required ad a condition of license reinstatement, to enroll in and complete the Georgia DUI Intervention Program. The program involves three steps:
20-hour Risk Reduction Program at an approved DUI School.
Clinical Evaluation performed by a state-certified clinical evaluator
Treatment(if recommended by your clinical evaluator) by a state-certified treatment provider.
Domestic Violence (DV)
CPACS Domestic Violence (DV) program’s mission is to eliminate gender-based violence by creating comprehensive services to educate, outreach, and effectively empower AAPI immigrant and refugee families and communities.
DV services include, but are not limited to: 24 hours crisis hotline, information and referrals, emergency assistance, legal advocacy, case management, translation and interpretation, counseling and support groups.
Domestic Violence Crisis Line (TTY): 678-824-6189
The Pan Asian Women’s Empowerment and Resources (PAWER)program’s mission is to eliminate violence against women by creating comprehensive services to educate, outreach and effectively empower immigrant and refugee women, families and communities.
Services are survivor-centered, address the family unit and link to long-term solutions.
Victim services include, but are not limited to, emergency assistance, counseling, information and referrals, employment services, legal advocacy, criminal justice advocacy, and personal advocacy.