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In Georgia, there are various resources available for teens who have been victims of sexual abuse or who are suffering from depression:


1. Psychology Today - offers a directory of support groups across Georgia, including specific groups for young adults, such as the "Transforming Trauma - Young Adults" group in Duluth and "Beauty for Ashes" in Norcross, which are designed to support survivors of sexual abuse.


2. The Georgia Department of Public Health -  focuses on sexual violence prevention, which can be a valuable resource for information and local support services that can address issues related to sexual violence and associated mental health challenges like depression【48†source】.


3. **The Lamplighter Movement** is an international organization dedicated to the recovery from incest and childhood sexual abuse, providing peer support and a safe space for survivors. They have chapters in various states, and you can find more information on starting a local chapter or join existing ones【49†source】.


4. **RAINN** (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline and offers services to prevent sexual violence, help victims, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice. They provide extensive resources for recovery and have an online chat available for confidential support【49†source】.


5. **Saprea** (formerly The Younique Foundation) focuses on creating a world free from child sexual abuse through prevention and healing resources. They offer healing services to survivors, including online materials, support groups, and a free four-day in-person retreat【49†source】.


6. **Male Survivor** provides resources and support for males who have been sexually abused, including discussion boards and referrals for support groups and therapists across the US【49†source】.


7. **Survivors Chat** offers a community for survivors of various forms of abuse, including rape and incest, to share their experiences and support one another in a safe and understanding environment【49†source】.


These resources can help teens in Georgia find the support they need to navigate the challenges they face due to sexual abuse and depression.

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