In FY 2022, DASH safely housed and prevented housing instability for 239 survivors in need of a safe place to call home. Further, through our partnership at the District’s Virginia Williams Family Resource Center, our co-located staff supported 889 survivors who visited the center seeking safety and housing resources, 183 of whom were placed in housing through Rapid Rehousing.
Increase in calls for housing services, advocacy, safety planning and resources
Survivors received emergency financial assistance to prevent housing instability
Survivors & families welcomed with a safe home and holistic services to rebuild their lives
FY 2022 Annual Report
“DASH is not just here to house you, they want to support you and help you so you can heal on your own terms.”DASH Resident and Survivor
Dash Evaluation Reports
- “From Organizational Culture to Survivor Outcomes 03-01-16“, A Process and Outcome Evaluation of DASH, by Nkiru Nnawulezi, Ph.D.
- “Flex Funding as a Promising Strategy to Prevent Homelessness for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence“, Evaluation of DASH’s Survivor Resilience Fund by Cris M. Sullivan, Heather D. Bomsta, and Margaret Hacskaylo
- Bomsta Sullivan 2018 How flex funding impacts kids, Journal of Family
77% Program Expenses
19% G&A Expenses
4% Fundraising Expenses
The District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) received GuideStar’s Exchange Gold level, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar USA, Inc. This level demonstrates DASH’s deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.
The District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit, Tax ID # 71-1019574.