The Asha Project is the first and only culturally specific African American domestic abuse provider in Wisconsin
IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH STATE AND FEDERAL GUIDELINES REGARDING THE COVID19 OUTBREAK, WE ARE TAKING STEPS TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR STAFF AND CLIENTS. WE WILL BE DISINFECTING SURFACES OFTEN, MAINTAINING PROPER SOCIAL DISTANCING, AND OPERATING ON LIMITED STAFF. IF YOU REQUIRE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE CALL THE OFFICE AT 414-252-0075 OR EMAIL US WITH YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION AT THE LINK BELOW.
To help survivors empower themselves. We seek to provide culturally specific programming for the complex issues of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sex trafficking. This complexity is often compounded by problems along racial lines, historical trauma, discrimination, a lack of access to services in the community, and providers' inadequate cultural knowledge of daily issues for victims of abuse residing in the community.
Our amazing team of staff and volunteers are committed to helping and serving others. Trained in cultural competence with particularly African American populations, we take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? See our form below for more information!
The Asha Project is the rebirth of Asha Family Services as an initiative of End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. The Asha Project is a domestic violence and sex trafficking prevention program specializing in African American culturally specific services and is located in the central city of Milwaukee, WI. Asha utilizes the culturally specific model for African American victims established in 1989 and developed by Asha Family Services, founder and Chief Executive Officer, Antonia Drew Vann.