Nia Suicide and Domestic Violence Program

The Nia Suicide and Domestic Violence Program is an intervention/research project offered by Grady Health System and the Emory Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences for African American women who in the past year have both attempted suicide and experienced domestic violence.

Suicide attempts are actions that people take to deliberately injure themselves.  Although these actions do not result in death, the intent is clear.

In the past year, have you …

Domestic violence can involve hitting or punching, but also includes sexual, psychological or emotional abuse as well.  It is a way that one person asserts power and control over another person.  You may be a survivor even if you have no physical injuries.

Are you a Survivor of Domestic Violence?

In the past year, has your partner...

IF YOU ARE AN AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN AND YOU ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE QUESTIONS ABOVE, THE GRADY NIA SUICIDE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM MAY BE ABLE TO OFFER YOU SOME SUPPORT AND GUIDANCE.

What does the Grady Nia Suicide and Domestic Violence Program offer?

For more information about the Grady Nia Suicide and Domestic Violence Program, you may call us at (404) 616-2897.