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AGAINST
DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE

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To provide the support that
empowers South Asian women
to become self-reliant and live in
an abuse free future.

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AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

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To provide the support that empowers South Asian women to become self-reliant and live in an abuse free future.

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DIAL 911 NOW if in immediate danger

HELPLINE 1-888-417-2742
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are being watched!

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Upcoming event

Cultural Competencies Conference

Oct 03, 2014

Seminar presented by ASHA for Women, jointly with the South Asian Bar Association-DC, to provide an understanding of South Asian cultures when dealing with victims of domestic violence.

Registration | More info

Updates

September 17, 2014
#Why I Stayed – Survivors tweet their stories in support of Janay Palmer

September 11, 2014
Forthcoming ASHA Gala and Conference in the news

September 05, 2014
Get ready to dress for October – a touch of the color purple


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Don't be afraid to ask for help

ASHA for Women serves South Asian women and children affected by domestic violence in the Washington DC area. We listen, advise, and assist in a number of ways. We speak the language, share the culture, and are committed to seeing abused women and children safe, confident and happy. Call our totally confidential helpline 1-888-417-2742.

 


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