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We’re in this Together

We continue to monitor ongoing developments and safety information related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). During this difficult time, DASAS is committed to providing essential services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. To comply with physical distancing and the recommendations of the CDC and the local health department, we have put a list of temporary protocols in place to help minimize everyone’s risk by practicing physical distancing.

  • The crisis line continues to operate 24/7 800-828-2023

  • The shelter will continue to serve survivors

  • All counseling sessions are available in person by appointment and via teleservices

  • Personal Protection Office services are available by phone. Please call 269-467-5568

  • Prevention Education and Community Outreach programs are canceled

These protocols will remain in effect until we have further information from the CDC. We appreciate your continued support.

Children Exposed to Domestic Violence

Exposure to domestic violence can have a profound effect on children, with short and long term impact on physical, social, and emotional well-being. By working together, we can help ensure children have what they need to fulfill their potential, free from community and family violence, and rich in safe, nurturing and protective parenting.


Healing the Invisible Wounds: Children’s Exposure to Violence A Guide for Families

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The mission of Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services is to lead efforts to end domestic violence and sexual assault in southwest Michigan. 

We will assist domestic violence and sexual assault survivors in clarifying their options, accessing community services that support personal choice and will provide a safe place for survivors and their children.  It is our strong desire to walk alongside survivors on their journey, whatever that may look like. 

All DASAS services are free and confidential.


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