The ASHA Project

The ASHA Project The ASHA Project, an initiative of End Domestic Abuse WI provides culturally specific domestic/s*xual violence victim services for particularly African American and other victims and their families residing in the central city of Milwaukee, WI.
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The Asha Project operates under the umbrella of End Domestic Abuse WI. This partnership sustains the provision of culturally specific services to victims in African American communities in Milwaukee.

The Asha Project operates under the umbrella of End Domestic Abuse WI. This partnership sustains the provision of culturally specific services to victims in African American communities in Milwaukee.

Operating as usual

The Importance of Self-Care - The Hotline
04/30/2021
The Importance of Self-Care - The Hotline

The Importance of Self-Care - The Hotline

Internet usage can be monitored and is impossible to erase completely. If you’re concerned your internet usage might be monitored, call us at 800.799.SAFE (7233). Learn more about digital security and remember to clear your browser history after visiting this website.

Instagram Photos
04/28/2021

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Black girls deserve to live, even if they fight. #protectblackgirls #MaKhiaBryant

"... when I typed “how to control your woman” from Venice, California, the search engine suggested a litany of articles ...
04/28/2021
Opinion | No, men are not alright. And women are paying the price.

"... when I typed “how to control your woman” from Venice, California, the search engine suggested a litany of articles instructing a male reader on how to psychologically abuse his intimate partner. One of the first links Google proposed was a blog post offering step-by-step guidance for men on how to restrict what a female partner wears, where she travels, what she eats and even what she spends her money on. These are all signature features of “coercive control..."

If men are sick of being told they’re the problem, perhaps it’s time more of them become part of the solution.

Financial Abuse is one of the common ways abusers exercise power and control over their victims.
04/26/2021
058. Financial Abuse with Kim Pentico

Financial Abuse is one of the common ways abusers exercise power and control over their victims.

Kim Pentico has been working with and on behalf of survivors of s*xual and domestic violence since 1990. She first spent over seven years working for a local domestic violence program in Kansas and…

Resources for advocates to assist low-income clients with finding affordable housing.
04/26/2021
A Primer

Resources for advocates to assist low-income clients with finding affordable housing.

All of us can effectively advocate for housing programs with our members of Congress and other policymakers. Learn how you can get involved here.

How to Shut Stalkers Out of Your Tech
03/15/2021
How to Shut Stalkers Out of Your Tech

How to Shut Stalkers Out of Your Tech

Consumer Reports shows you how to shut stalkers out of your tech, noting that people facing domestic abuse can take these steps to lock down their devices and eliminate stalkerware.

03/02/2021

Today's the day ‼️The #CSWBigShare is a one-day fundraiser for WI nonprofits. During today's 8-9am ☕Coffee Break Power Hour, the Santiago family will match your donations to End Abuse! Be a part of our community-approach working to end #DomesticViolence and address oppression at all levels. ✊🏾💜Donate at bit.ly/TBSEndAbuse

03/02/2021

In the last year, as COVID led to increased rates of #DomesticViolence & #TeenDatingViolence, this coalition has found ways to adapt services - making our annual Teen Summit WI go virtual and free to reach young people across WI is one of those shifts! Join us LIVE for our LAST DAY of the 2021 Virtual, FREE Teen Summit & support essential prevention work by donating for the #CSWBigShare at bit.ly/TBSEndAbuse #VirtualTeenSummit2021 #Dare2Know

02/22/2021

Good Morning! This Spring we will be relaunching our Sister Circle. We will hold bi-weekly meetings virtually until it is safe enough for us to all be together in one place again.

If you have an interest in joining some or one of the meetings, could you please respond in the comments with the best day of the week to attend an evening meeting.

Thank you!

Aurora Health Care
11/22/2020

Aurora Health Care

With the number of coronavirus cases in Wisconsin rising, it's important to know what symptoms to watch for. If you’re experiencing the COVID-19 symptoms listed below or have been exposed to the virus, use our symptom checker to find out what to do next: http://ow.ly/hsYf50CfWJO

We Got This Milwaukee
10/19/2020

We Got This Milwaukee

ATTENTION!!!!

Dear Friends and Community:

On Wednesday, October 22nd starting at 8 AM there will be a truck load of A1 food boxes delivered to the "We Got This Community Garden" located on the corner of 9th & Ring Street, 824 West Ring Street.

What I need most are bodies, men and women that would like to help unload the truck. I'm calling on all the young brothers of We Got This, that can and will to come help and meet me there. I will arrive at 7 AM. I need about 25 people to join me and help us feed the people. The truck will arrive at 8 AM.

Last week Senator Lena Taylor called me and we were able to retrieve and give away 5 pallets of food within 2 hours. People are hungry and they need food. We need your help.

I am also hoping someone can come forth with a forklift and/or a pallet remover. We have 26 pallets of food being delivered.

The food is free to all that come to receive it. "I believe that as long as people have good food in the house we can stop some of the blood shed in the streets."

Any questions call 414-779-2476.

I really need my brothers to come help me.
We Got This! Let's feed the people.

Dare2Know
10/18/2020

Dare2Know

We are proud of you. You are resilient. 💕#Dare2Know #WeDareYou

Therapist explains racialized trauma
10/12/2020
Therapist explains racialized trauma

Therapist explains racialized trauma

Voices for Change: A Minnesota psychologist explains the trauma black people feel and how it manifests itself in our world.

Good Morning and Happy Juneteenth! Today is the day we commemorate the ending of slavery in the United States. Although ...
06/19/2020

Good Morning and Happy Juneteenth!

Today is the day we commemorate the ending of slavery in the United States. Although President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, it was until June 19, 1865, that the last of enslaved African-Americans were set free in Texas.

On this day, Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger landed in Galveston, TX to declare that the enslaved were free men under the order of the emancipation proclamation.

There is always more work to do, but today we pause to celebrate our ancestors' steps into freedom.

For more resources on Juneteenth, check out these links:

The History Behind Juneteenth & Why it Resonates Today: https://youtu.be/hJKzdksodNY

Nine Books to Celebrate The Spirit of Juneteenth: https://www.essence.com/entertainment/juneteenth-books/

Stop by today for a community bag lunch!
05/27/2020

Stop by today for a community bag lunch!

UMOS, Latina Resource Center
05/19/2020

UMOS, Latina Resource Center

Human trafficking in Wisconsin is a complicated issue. So, next week is the first of a series of topical webinars our anti-trafficking team will be putting on. On Thursday May 21st, 1:00pm-2:30pm, one of our advocates, Javier will be hosting a human trafficking 101 for whoever wants to participate.

Please register here for this free training with this link below:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BSPVVYF

05/18/2020
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin

End Abuse PSA on Domestic Violence

While we are being asked to stay safe at home, we know that home is not safe for everyone. For some, home includes violence, and many folks in our communities don’t have a place to call home at all. If you are experiencing s*xual or domestic violence, help remains available.

Map of WI domestic violence service providers: https://www.endabusewi.org/get-help/

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault Map of WI s*xual assault service providers: https://www.wcasa.org/survivors/service-providers/

Many thanks to Joshua Beaton of UMOS, Latina Resource Center for lending his videography skills to share this important message.

05/12/2020

City Leaders held a virtual meeting to discuss how to stop the rise in domestic violence during the pandemic.

Today!!
05/04/2020

Today!!

04/27/2020

How Asha is operating during COVID-19 and information on the lethality assessment and how it can help with advocate Tia Love-DeBenedetto

04/27/2020

Today, at noon, an advocate will go live from The Asha Project page to discuss the Lethality Assessment and how it can help save a victim’s life. Make sure to tune in and share this live with anyone who may need it.

04/13/2020

Good morning! Here at Asha we recognize that this is a delicate time for those who aren't safe at home. If you are seeking resources to assist you and your family at this time, reach out to one of our advocates at (262) 833-7545 or (262) 864-0578. You can also send a message to speak with someone.

Rihanna Creates Grant for Domestic Violence Survivors Amid Quarantine
04/10/2020
Rihanna Creates Grant for Domestic Violence Survivors Amid Quarantine

Rihanna Creates Grant for Domestic Violence Survivors Amid Quarantine

According to the Los Angeles Housing Authority, ever since the city issued its "Safer at Home" order in late March, approximately 90 people a week have been turned away from domestic violence shelters due to capacity restrictions. So to help remedy this, Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) annou...

Here’s all the information you need if you plan on voting today. Stay safe and continue to practice #SocialDistancing
04/07/2020

Here’s all the information you need if you plan on voting today. Stay safe and continue to practice #SocialDistancing

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3719 W Center St
Milwaukee, WI
53210

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Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(414) 252-0075

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African American culturally specific services, Trauma-informed Crisis Counseling, Case Management, Safety Planning, Lethality Assessments, Systems Advocacy, Sister Circle Support Groups, Gender-specific Abuser Treatment- Ujima Men's Program, Parenting Classes, Anger Management.

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The ASHA Project (TAP) is the phoenix of Asha Family Services, Inc., an African American led community-based, and culturally specific program for domestic abuse, sexual assault and trafficking victims/survivors residing in Milwaukee's central city and surrounding area. The ASHA Project personnel continues 30 plus years of victim services also with survivors housed within prisons. The Asha Project is a unique collaboration within End Domestic Abuse, WI.

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