DASI Outreach Center Closure - All services still available, but modified.
Effective November 25th, the DASI Community Outreach Center will be closed for in-person services until further notice. Should you need immediate assistance please call the DASI 24-hour Helpline 973-875-1211 which is always available for information, support, safety planning and assistance.
Collect and anonymous calls are accepted. Contact may also be made through the DASI Text Line at 973-222-2593 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
For counseling services please call 973-579-2386 and leave a message with a safe number where you can be reached. Your call will be returned to discuss counseling options during the COVID-19 crisis.
For Legal Advocacy assistance call 862-293-0136.
For DECIDE Program inquiries call 973-271-0288.
The Morning Glory Shop is closed for donations and shopping until further notice.
Stay safe everyone!
Chief Executive Officer
DASI is a 501(c)3 private, nonprofit organization, established in 1984, providing comprehensive services
to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families, and survivors of human trafficking,
in Sussex County, NJ. Survivor services are free and confidential. > learn more about DASI
Are you or someone you know seeking shelter from domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking? The DASI Safe House can provide a safe home when home isn’t safe. > Click here to learn more
There are many ways you can help: Donate, volunteer or coordinate a fundraiser. Each and every donation makes a difference in the lives of those suffering from domestic and sexual abuse. > Find out how you can help
"DASI literally saved my life and my daughter's life. We were so afraid something really bad
was going to happen, and we were very grateful for the shelter." T.M.
"Facing him in court alone would have been my undoing. The support of my advocate and the
information she shared with me was SO helpful in making important life decisions and
moving forward." D.S.
The staff of DASI believes in the strength of survivors and begins by helping them to believe in themselves. Many survivors are unaware that they have shown strength and courage in coping with their situations, in protecting their children, or by simply staying alive. Philosophically, DASI is built on the cornerstones of victim safety and offender accountability within a framework of empowerment. Survivors can only make informed decisions about their lives when they feel safe, when they are aware of their options, and when they know they are not alone. Offenders can only change when they take responsibility for their actions and behaviors.
Social change requires strong advocacy. DASI advocates at local, state and national levels to improve the response of systems, organizations, institutions and the community to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. We work to inform and educate, and to bring safe practices into others’ work with survivors. Advocacy is also at the core of our work with individuals, assisting them as they navigate the court system and obtain post-shelter housing and financial assistance.
Strong community partnerships strengthen the network of services for survivors. DASI staff participate on local committees, boards, and task forces to stay informed and provide feedback on local policy and practice. DASI also networks and partners with other organizations in grants, awareness events and cross-training to facilitate a wide community knowledge base regarding domestic and sexual violence intervention.
DASI’s violence prevention programming is dedicated to ending domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking.
24-Hour Helpline for information and support 973-875-1211. Collect calls accepted. Deaf and Hearing Impaired Text Line 973-222-2593