ASHA-Ray of Hope aims to close the gap that exists between immigrant families who need assistance and federal, state, county and city programs. We have established professional relationships with a variety of local organizations that also work to help victims of family violence.

Partners... as ASHA-Ray of Hope continues to build bridges and forge partnerships with other organizations this page will continue to be updated.

As of June 2016, our partners include:

  • Ohio Domestic Violence Network
  • The Center for Family Safety and Healing at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
  • Asian American Community Services (AACS)
  • Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO)
  • Asian Community Alliance, Cincinnati
  • Asian Services in Action, Inc., Cleveland
  • Buckeye Region Antiviolence Organization (BRAVO)
  • Columbus City Attorney's Domestic Violence Network
  • Capital University Law School Family Advocacy Clinic
  • Columbus City Attorney Domestic Violence and Stalking Unit
  • Deaf World Against Violence Everywhere (DWAVE)
  • Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services (ETSS)
  • Legal Aid Society of Columbus
  • Franklin County Prosecutor's Office
  • Community Shares of Mid Ohio (COSMO)
  • Franklin County Office of Homeland Security and Justice Programs
  • Ohio Alliance against Sexual Violence
  • Mayor Coleman's New American's Initiative: Building Capacity & Leadership Development
  • OSU Sexual Civility & Empowerment Program
  • Mt. Carmel’s Crime and Trauma Assistance Program
  • Muslim Family Services of Ohio
  • Asian American Physicians of Indian Origin
  • Asian American Commerce Group
  • Asian Indian American Business Group
  • Central Ohio Bengali Cultural Association
  • Federation of Indian Association
  • The Bhutanese Nepali Community of Columbus (BNCC)
  • Community Association of Pakistani Americans of Ohio (CAPA-OHIO)