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What Services Does DASAS Offer?
Executive Director of Domestic And Sexual Abuse Services Rose Ludwick shares the story of DASAS, along with the services we offer. We began serving our communityÂ around a kitchen tableÂ and the community spirit endures. â€‹ The Domestic Assault Shelter Coalition (DASC) (it won't become DASAS until 2007) was founded in August of 1984 as a grassroots effort by a group of concerned citizens which included the Three Rivers Chapter of NOW, human service providers, and law enforcement representatives. The purpose was to respond to the needs of domestic violence survivors and their children. â€‹ In 1985, the totally volunteer organization staffed a crisis hotline. In May, 1986, the donated use of a large house owned by the First Presbyterian Church of Three Rivers and Centreville made it possible for DASC to open an emergency shelter for domestic violence survivors and their children. To this day the church continues to "rent" the Shelter building to DASAS for $1 perÂ year. â€‹ In 1989, DASC expanded its non-residential servicesÂ to include offering support groups and providing crisis intervention in outlying communities in St. Joseph and Cass Counties. DASC made major renovations on the Shelter facility, including making the first floor accessible. â€‹ In 1993, DASC initiated a Task Force on Family Violence in Cass County. In 1995, this task force began the Volunteer Outreach Project (VOCA funded) to recruit and train volunteers to provide immediate outreach to survivors. â€‹ In 1995, DASC hired advocates to assist survivors with obtaining Personal Protection Orders in both counties' Courthouses. DASC brought together a coalition of criminal justice, health care, human service, and school representatives in St. Joseph County in 1995 to improve systems' response to domestic violence survivors. Within a year, DASC started a volunteer outreach project in St. Joseph County. DASC finally realized a long-term goal of prevention education in 1995 when we developed a dating and sexual assault prevention program forÂ middle and high school students (Healthy Relationships). â€‹ In 1996, DASC agreed to add Van Buren County to our service area (through our MDVPTB contract) and subcontracted with the newly-formed Domestic Violence Coalition, Inc. to provide non-residential domestic violence services in Van Buren County; survivors continued to use the DASC shelter for residential services.â€‹ In 2007, we changed our name to reflect the addition of sexual assault service. DASC became Domestic And Sexual Abuse Services (DASAS). Here are the services available through DASAS: 24 hour toll free crisis hotline (800) 828-2023 Outreach to survivors in their own community Supportive counseling Self assessment guide to assist survivors Weekly support groups in various communities and the shelter Assistance in obtaining and enforcing a personal protection order Legal advocacy and accompaniment to court hearings Access to clothing, emergency medical services, financial assistance, transportation and day care Information and referral to other services in the community Referrals to provide survivors and their families with safe, affordable housing. Parenting skills assistance Support and education for children who have witnessed domestic violence. RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT All services noted above 30 day no-cost emergency shelter in a group living setting Mother and child(ren) stay in one room Child advocate on site assists placing children in school, shelter adjustment and parenting skills Secure building with closed circuit monitoring of front and rear entrances 24/7 on site staff to listen, answer questions, offer support and provide information VisitÂ https://www.dasasmi.org/ for resources or call our 24-hour hotline at 800-828-2023.
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Episode #1422: The New Phil Hendrie Show
Phil hosts a Steve Bosell replay from the Marathon. Steve is invited to a men's group then worries he's been spotted and will wind up in the local newspaper. The BSP Only Classic Hour is from December 2004. Pastor William Rennick has a sermon he is preaching called "Crisis in Faith." He argues that while everyone celebrated the birth of Jesus, it was a slap to the face of Joseph as his wife was pregnant with the child of another "man." God. Sign up for a backstage pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat and oh so very much moreâ€¦ Sign up now at philhendrieshow.com
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Identification Of A Killer - Investigative Genealogy and DNA
Explore the journey, process, science and investigative work that went into identifying the suspected Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo, with some of the key players responsible for this amazing feat - Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Shubert, Lt. Kirk Campbell, Investigative Assistant Monica Czajkowski, former Contra Costa County Investigator Paul Holes, and Curtis Rogers, one of the founders of GEDMatch. via Knit