© DIVAS Who Win Freedom Center is registered Georgia Non Profit 501(c) 3. Recovery occurs in communities and  extends out into the communities in which we live, work, worship, play, build relationships. As a Recovery Community Organization, our intent is to introduce Women to multiple pathways of Recovery through education, advocacy and training.”

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645 Hawthorne Avenue
Athens, Ga 30606


"Surviving the sex trade two decades ago seems like forever, but one thing remains true, women are built to love one another through difficult circumstances and together...we can survive anything”

Chanda Santana, Founder of Divas Who Win Freedom Center

Our peers & community believe that together we can overcome anything.Last year, with hearts connected, we provided:


She Works is a work and career readiness program


She Creates is an art and creativity program


She Recovers are all things specific to support groups


She Connects is our mission in community connecting with other    stakeholders


She is Well is all things wellness, nutrition, health, and mindfulness


She + Family is anything related to family support and reunification


Unduplicated individuals served

**The SHE Brand is a group of six programs that supports the needs of the women in our community focuses on their wellness, recovery, and celebrating the DIVA within them! **

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How can we help? Prevention and Education

The first step is to educate, then advocate; this can be supported through training's and events that Divas Who Win Freedom Center offers

  • Recovery Messaging

  • Science of Addiction Recovery (SOAR)

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC)

  • Trauma Informed Cam

  • Internship Program

  • Wellness Trainings

    • Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)

  • Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST)

    • DMST Trainings educate the public on research that is related to child sex trafficking, the victimization of these children and adults involved in the sex trade industry, statistics in Georgia, and helps prepare the audience on how to spread awareness and teach others. After the training, our hope is that the public will feel ready to mobilize and act toward combating the epidemic of sex trafficking in the state of Georgia.

  • Community Training 

  • Peer Advisory Council Trainings

  • Our Children, Our Voices

  • A program that is designed to spread the message of hope to those families that have been affected by substance use disorders. It is a 75-90 minute onsite program of listening sessions focused on storytelling and interactive Q&A. 

  • This initiative which began in January 2019, has been implemented 86 times to date.

Contact us today to schedule a training for your civic group or organization

DMST and other Community trainings may be offered by scholarship for organizations that do not have a budget to support a fee based model. Call Today 706-850-5945