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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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Home > Need help? > How we can help > Our services

Our services

We can help you reach a safer future

  • You can look to us for on-going emotional support
  • We will give you guidance for navigating government and community services and resources available to victims of domestic violence
  • Help you connect with civil, criminal justice, immigration, and social services 
  • Provide guidance on financial matters,  on managing money and resources
  • On case to case basis, accompany to court, provide translation services, and assist you with obtaining a temporary protection/restraining order
  • Assist in getting legal guidance and initiating legal action
  • Accompany you to any intimidating place such as a shelter, government offices, doctors’ appointments, and hospitals
  • Help you locate housing, jobs, and competent professional help
  • Guide you in achieving self reliance through development of personal and professional skills

 

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ASHA NEWSLETTER

Hope and empowerment

Asha means ‘hope’ in several South Asian languages. For the hundreds of women we have helped, this hope has been upheld by empowerment, by attaining self reliance.

We encourage and guide them

  • To become emotionally strong
  • Learn life skills for greater social competency
  • Pursue education or training to become self-reliant