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CASDA relies on the support of the community in providing our services to victims of violence. Volunteers, interns and donors provide the support and structure that make our work possible. Learn more about how you can assist CASDA.

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CASDA can also use your financial support. It’s an easy, effective way to make a difference! The community’s financial support allows CASDA to provide essential services such as emergency shelter, children's programming, transportation, community education and much more.

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The next time you’re stocking up, think of us. Some useful items include: toiletries, first aid supplies, diapers, baby wipes, and non-perishable food items.

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month: #paintyourtownpurple

CASDA and the Douglas County Coordinated Community Response Team kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a Mayoral Proclamation and an opening ceremony on Tuesday, October 4th , in the atrium of the Douglas County Government Center. The event featured guest speakers including Superior Mayor Bruce Hagen, Superior Police Chief Nicholas Alexander, CASDA Domestic Abuse Program Coordinator, Carla Pehl, and […]

Read Our Fall 2016 Newsletter HERE!

CASDA is pleased to present our Fall 2016 Newsletter, “Connections,” highlighting our “Fall Into Giving” Donation Drive, launch of our newly redesigned web site, and multiple community events recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We hope you’ll give it a read! CASDA Connections Fall 2016 Newsletter