Launched in 2019, Family Service League’s Diagnostic, Assessment, and Stabilization Hub (DASH) is a 24-hour stabilization and response program for individuals in crisis due to substance use, mental illness, and other life stressors. The goal of the program is to reduce the increased use of emergency rooms and hospitals, the number of individuals remaining in law enforcement custody for extended periods of time, contact with the criminal justice system, and stigma and trauma among children that often results from a gap in crisis services.
Founded in 1926, Family Service League, Inc. (FSL) is a community-based organization that . . .