We connect with Dawn Sauma to discuss modern issues in domestic violence. Domestic violence does not discriminate, but one can get help. Dawn Sauma has sought to educate and inspire others to take action against violence drawing from her own family's experience. Today, she is a community leader, advocate, and activist, who has worked in social services for over two decades. Her expertise in mental health and crisis intervention has led her to serve as the Co-Executive Director and Clinical Director of the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence. In this episode, she shares the complex challenges faced by many survivors and immigrant families, and the resources available along their journey to finding safety and hope.
Dawn Sauma, LICSW is the Co-Executive Director and Clinical Director of Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK). For more info on ATASK, visit www.atask.org.