All of our services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.  We do not bill insurance.

Our Services

Emergency Shelter

Our safe house provides temporary housing for those in imminent danger.  The house is a 7 bedroom facility with a full kitchen, play room and living room.  Programming includes counseling and case management. 

24/7 Helpline:  908.453.4181

The helpline can be someone to talk to, schedule appointments with staff, and provide information about resources available to survivors.  

Individual and Group Counseling

Our counselors utilize an empowerment, strengths-based approach to help guide you on the path you choose.  We recognize that you are the expert in your life and we are only there to provide resources, support and information.  Our groups can help you connect with people in similar situations, learn new skills, or learn to take care of yourself.  To set up an intake, please call our helpline.  

Sexual Assault Response Team Advocates

Trained advocates can respond to police stations and hospitals to meet with survivors to discuss forensic exams, protective orders, create a safety plan.  Survivors can ask for an advocate at any law enforcement agency or hospital or activate us through the helpline.

Domestic Violence Response Team Advocates

Trained, volunteer advocates can respond to local police stations to meet with survivors to discuss restraining orders, services available, and create an individualized safety plan. Survivors can ask for an advocate at any local or state police building.

Legal Advocacy 

Our trained advocates meet with plaintiffs at the Belvidere Superior Court on Thursdays to discuss the court procedure, create a safety plan, and provide resources. We can also provide referrals for other legal resources.

Primary Prevention

Our primary prevention utilizes evidence-based techniques for students in grades k-12 and in college.  We have one time presentations about dating violence and healthy relationships, healthy boundaries, and consent and sexual assault.   We have our 9 session Media Literacy program which focuses on understanding media messages regarding interpersonal violence and how to be an active upstander.  

Outreach and Trainings 

We can provide free, customized trainings for your place of business or agency. Our Safer Warren County campaign includes the trainings: Pets & Domestic Violence, Identifying & Responding to Interpersonal Violence,  Elder Abuse & Neglect, and Bystander Intervention.  By completing one of these four 2-hour trainings you also receive a 4x6 sticker to put in your place of business to show that you're a safe place for survivors to turn to for help and that you do not tolerate violence in our community.   Other trainings that can be done include: Sexual Assault & Consent, Domestic Violence 101, Safety Planning, Children and Domestic Violence, PTSD & its effects, and Healthy Relationships.  

Wardrobe of Hope clothing boutique 

Our free women's clothing boutique is open every other Tuesday from 4-7pm.  No appointment necessary.  

We are currently NOT accepting donations for the Wardrobe.  

If you or someone you know is being hurt, we can help.   Call our 24-hour helpline/hotline: 908.453.4181

The Mission of the Domestic Abuse & Sexual Assault Crisis Center is to help, serve, and advocate for those impacted by interpersonal violence, to be proactive regarding its prevention, and to create positive change.  DASACC is a registered 501(c)(3).