Men in the Movement


Producer and guest host Dan Moyle is joined by Dowagiac Police Chief (and DASAS Board Member) Steve Grinnewald and volunteer Damion Hackworth to explore men's roles in the fight against domestic and sexual abuse. 


Damion is married to Director of Advocacy Services and regular contributor to I'm Not In An Abusive Relationship Deborah Hackworth. He volunteers often, doing whatever it takes to help forward the mission of Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services.


Steve serves on the DASAS Board, volunteers, and has helped bring awareness to his police department.


Dan serves on the DASAS Board, helps produce the podcast, and works on promotion and brand awareness/marketing for DASAS.


From what they get out of volunteering, to helping change the stigma that "men are the problem" into the idea that men are a solution, these guys offer insight into why they're involved in the DASAS movement.


If you need resources or help in any way, call our 24 hour hotline at 800-828-2023 or visit DASAS dot org.



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