The Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) was founded in 1982 as a loose network by the seven existing sexual assault 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 expand its programs. Current membership includes sexual assault centers, several supporting organizations, and individual members.
GNESA 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.
GNESA envisions a society free from sexual violence and functions as a collective voice for reducing the threat and mitigating the effects of sexual assault in the state of Georgia. GNESA coordinates and supports a multidisciplinary approach to public and professional education, advocacy, and support for sexual assault centers and service providers.
For more information, contact GNESA at:
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
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