WWA has successfully implemented various health promotion, violence prevention, civic engagement programs, and newly-arrival immigrant social services in Atlanta, Georgia for over 15 years. WWA initiated the need to include available domestic violence resource information during orientation of new refugees, and developed and implemented a model physical activity program for Muslim women in Atlanta. The first T-Visa in the State of Georgia (Trafficking visa) was awarded to a WWA client. WWA was the first refugee serving agency in Metro Atlanta to begin to work with single mother’s head of households. Additionally, WWA has a long history and experience of developing curricula for diverse populations, and conducting transformative leadership train-the-trainer programs, which has resulted in independence and stabilization of refugees as they build relationships across borders and ethnic lines.