We work for the day when survivors are respected and can live with independence, are provided the resources for their journey out of abuse, and are given understanding and support instead of blame and judgment.
Our commitment to centering survivors still stands, despite the challenges thrown our way over the last year, and we continue to eliminate barriers for survivors of color.
DASH was one of 15 grantees to receive this new grant award. With this flexible support, we can ensure that women and girls of color have a path to safety and independence. We are honored to receive this grant along with many of our incredible peer partners.
Together, we can ensure safe housing is a basic right shared by all.