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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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Upcoming event

Tier Two Training: Immigration Remedies for Survivors of Sexual and Domestic Violence

Nov 12, 2015

Fairfax County DVAC’s free advanced training for Tier One graduates, service and justice professionals, featuring Immigration Attorney from Tahirih Justice Center.

Registration | More info

Updates

January 27, 2016
Emotive ‘Dear Daddy’ video scorches you with its take on how accepted sexist behavior stokes domestic violence

December 26, 2015
Wishes and hope for peace and harmony

December 14, 2015
Domestic violence is not a ‘personal’ problem that stays at home! Read how workplaces should respond to DV.


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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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