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Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and

National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1.800.656.HOPE

Sexual assault, rape and/or incest is never the victims fault.

SASHA CENTER primarily focuses on educating the public, raising awareness and providing support to self-identified survivors of sexual assault. All support groups are free of charge and confidential.

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

Upcoming Events

Wedneday's September 10 - October 29 | 6p- 8p

A Confidential Peer-Support Group Series
This focus of this group is to provide a space for women to come together and talk about their portrayal in hip hop. Registration ends Monday September 8

Wednesday September 10 | 6p- 8p

Brown Bag Walk-In Series "Healing is Possible (Hip) Registration 5:30pm

September 24 | 6p- 8p

The SASHA Center (Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and Awareness) offers complimentary sessions with Holistic Healing Practitioners.


Our Mission

Our mission at the SASHA Center is to increase awareness, provide resources and educate the public about sexual assault, provide culturally specific peer support groups to self identified survivors of rape and to increase justice and visibility for survivors in Southeast Michigan.

Make A Donation

To help support the mission of SASHA Center, we invite you to make a financial contribution or donate needed goods or services. read more

WDET's Craig Fahle Show Interview January 8, 2013

Stand Up Now - radio show Interview June 24, 2014

Sexual Violence in the Lives of African American Women

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 13.6% (42 million) of the population self-identified as Black or African American.... read more.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
5 Elements of HIPHOP
Healing Is Possible, a Series of Two-Hour Holistic Practices Sessions for Women and Men
3rd Annual Bike Tour Fundraiser

Marygrove College Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Our Founder Kalimah Johnson Training NFL Rookies on Intimate Partner Violence for the Sixth Year

She states that, "most men do not agree with violence against women by men, they just need the proper tools to engage." Click here for the full article.