“DASH is not just here to house you, they want to support you and help you so you can heal on your own terms.” DASH Resident and Survivor
DASH Evaluation Reports & Published Articles
- “From Organizational Culture to Survivor Outcomes 03-01-16“, A Process and Outcome Evaluation of DASH, by Nkiru Nnawulezi, Ph.D.
- “Flex Funding as a Promising Strategy to Prevent Homelessness for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence“, Evaluation of DASH’s Survivor Resilience Fund by Cris M. Sullivan, Heather D. Bomsta, and Margaret Hacskaylo
- “IPV Survivors’ Perceptions of How a Flexible Funding Housing Intervention Impacted Their Children”, Published in Journal of Family Violence 2018, by Heather Bomsta and Cris Sullivan
- Nnawulezi et al (2018) The Influence of Low-Barrier and Voluntary Service, Published in American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 2018, by Nkiru Nnawulezi, Surbhi Godsay, Cris M. Sullivan, Suzanne Marcus, and Margaret Hacskaylo
- 83% of budget supports program expenses
- 13% of budget supports administrative expenses
- 4% of budget supports fundraising expenses
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