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Our Mission To provide supportive services to individuals hurt by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse as we advocate for a community effort to end violence. LEARN MORE Our Services Services are provided to individuals and families regardless of race, color, religion (creed), gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, age, ability or national origin (ancestry). 24-Hour Help Line The helpline is for anyone who needs crisis counseling, emotional support, information or referrals. LEARN MORE Advocacy Services Our advocates help clients understand and leverage their rights, as well as secure services from other agencies or systems LEARN MORE Children's Program Our Children’s Program offers crisis counseling, advocacy services, and safety planning to children ages 4 to 18 who have been abused or witnessed violence. LEARN MORE Support Group We offer support groups that include sessions on violence education and self-sufficiency. LEARN MORE Our staff and volunteers provide 1 on 1 crisis counseling, emotional support and guidance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. Peer Counseling LEARN MORE Emergency Shelter Our shelter is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. It is designed to be a safe place for individuals and families needing to escape, or take time out from a violent home, to find protection and peace. LEARN MORE


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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Recent Posts

CASDA Releases 2019 Annual Report

We are pleased to release CASDA’s 2019 Annual Report, which provides a glimpse of our agency’s activities and accomplishments of last year, as well as the support that made them possible and the survivors who accessed our services. To review it, please click HERE.

Four UW-Superior Students Reflect on “Know My Name”

Memoir of Sexual Assault Survivor Chanel Miller Sparks Awareness, Empathy, Anger and Engagement This spring, four UWS students from Dr. Kenna Bolton Holz’ “Gender, Psychology & Society” class were completing service-learning hours with CASDA to support Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) activities on campus. When Covid-19 restrictions prevented the previously planned events from taking place, […]