Welcome to Anafiel House
IPV Recovery Services
Our Community Room in Ringgold.
WHO WE HELP
We are NOT a shelter.
Anafiel House is for people who have successfully left their abuser(s) and need help putting their lives back together. We pick up where the shelters leave off and also help people who are still dealing with the effects of abuse long after they have left their abusers.
WE DO NOT DISCRIMINATE
We understand that whenever there is an intimate relationship, there is the potential for abuse. Along with more traditional clients, we welcome clients who are LGBTQIA+ and/or practice Alternative Lifestyles and/or Alternative Relationships.
WHAT WE OFFER
When you contact Anafiel House, you will be assigned a Client Care Representative (CCR) who will administer a comprehensive needs assessment.
Your CCR will work with you to create a step-by-step plan to achieve your goals and prevent a return to an abusive relationship.
Anafiel House will help you achieve each step of your plan using the appropriate resources such as -
Managed Referrals to Professionals in Your Area:
Assistance with Finding and Obtaining:
Assistance with Basic Educational Needs:
Making A Difference
Interagency Referral Network
Connecting Survivors with Help
Growing Stronger Together
HOW MUCH IT COSTS
Our In-House Services are Free.
Fees for services from third-party providers are determined by those providers. We will do our best to find you providers who offer sliding-scale or pro bono billing.
You may qualify for financial assistance with third-party fees based on your income and our availability of funding.
Anafiel House is a Georgia non-profit organization dedicated to providing services to survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) without regard for gender identity or sexual orientation. We believe that nobody should have to face the challenges of recovery from IPV alone. We are developing programs to provide direct assistance to IPV survivors for housing, education, and medical recovery. We are not a shelter or emergency services organization. Though we make every reasonable attempt to secure services for those who need them, we cannot always guarantee success.
"You can recognize survivors of abuse by their courage. When silence is so very inviting, they step forward and share their truth so others know they aren't alone."