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Atlanta

We provide free legal and social services to immigrant women and girls fleeing violence in the Atlanta area. Our office opened in 2018 in response to the urgent needs of this vulnerable population.

Atlanta Program Highlights

  • Legal Services

    We provide free legal services in immigration law and other areas to help our clients rebuild their lives in safety and with dignity in the wake of violence.

  • Social Services

    We help our clients meet their basic needs—including food, shelter, medical care, and employment services—so they can gain greater control over their lives.

  • Training and Education

    We educate attorneys, judges, police, and other first responders to create a community better able to respond to the unique needs of immigrant women and girls.

Need help? / ¿Necesita ayuda? / Besoin d'aide?

Please call 470-481-4700 between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday to schedule an intake. We do not accept walk-ins. You may also leave us a voicemail or write to us at atlanta@tahirih.org and a staff member will get back to you within 48 hours. Our staff is English/Spanish bilingual. Interpretation services are available in multiple languages. If you are in need of emergency assistance please contact the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225 or the National Crisis Line at 1-800-621-4673.

Por favor llame a 470-481-4700 entre 9:30 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. lunes—viernes para obtener una cita y abrir un expediente. No podemos atender clientes sin cita. Tambien nos puede dejar un correo de voz o escribirnos a atlanta@tahirih.org y le responderemos a su solicitud dentro de 48 horas. Nuestro equipo es bilingüe ingles/español. Servicio de interprete disponible en otros idiomas. Si estas en necesidad de asistencia de emergencia favor de contactar a la Linea de Crisis y Acceso de Georgia a 1-800-715-4225 o la Linea De Violencia Domestica Nacional a 1-800-942-6908.

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98%
of asylum cases are denied by the Atlanta Immigration Court, the highest rate of any immigration court in the United States
47%
representation rate for non-detained cases in Atlanta, in contrast to New York City’s rate of 87%
1 in 10
Georgia residents is an immigrant