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Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
131 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 122
Atlanta, GA 30308
Toll-free phone number: 866-354-3672
Phone number: 404-815-5261
Mission statement: GNESA was founded in 1982 as a loose network by the seven existing rape crisis centers in Georgia; the network helped the centers develop into viable entities. As the network grew, the member centers recognized the need for a central office. Therefore, in late 1997, GNESA incorporated as a non-profit organization, secured office space, hired its first staff members, and started to develop its programs. Current membership includes 23 rape crisis centers, several supporting organizations, and individual members. GNESA, the Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault, is a non-profit coalition of sexual assault agencies and concerned individuals that share the common goal of ending sexual assault. We are a membership organization.
Content last updated May 18, 2011.
Resources last updated May 18, 2011.
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