Four Points, Inc. is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt agency offering services associated with the legal system to families involved in change due to domestic violence. Domestic violence in the State of Georgia includes spousal, partern, elder, and child abuse.
The services offered by Four Points are intended to aid each individual family member coping with the changes as a result of any abuse within teh family unit and their subsequent involvement with teh legal system, either civil or criminal. the services are meant to be preventative as well as recuperative.
Four Points, Inc. is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that oversees both paid and volunteer staff. The agency operates its primary office in LaFayette, Georgia and two satellite sites for supervised visitation in Chattooga and Catoosa Counties. While there are no geographical limits on our direct services, our primary service area includes Walker, Dade, Catoosa and Chattooga Counties in Northwest Georgia.
Four Points relies on volunteers from the community for a variety of needs including direct services to clients. Our Supervised Visitation program offers a wonderful way for college students to have hands-on experience prior to graduating. Click on the link below to find out how to volunteer.
Funding sources for the operations of Four Points, Inc. consists of grants, fees for services and donations. Fees for services are accepted on a sliding scale basis. Donations and fundraising efforts are ongoing. Please visit our News page for information on fundraising activities.
The Supervised Visitation program receives funding from the following:
The DVTF Team Coordinator position is paid via a Violence Against Women Act grant from the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.
Private donations are always welcome! All donations are tax exempt to the extent allowed by the Internal Revenue Code. This includes cash and in-kind donations. All donors receive notification of their donations.
For more information on donating, please contact the Executive Director. Click on the link below.
To provide services to minister to the needs of the four points of the family - mother, father, child, and family unit - involved in domestic violence and to thereby stop domestic violence.Programs