A safe space for survivors to rebuild.
Creating positive social change through interrupting the cycle of violence.
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RESTORING HOPE- one call at a time.
A compassionate network of advocates, we offer critical services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
What these traumatic events attempt to take away, we work to rebuild and restore.
Programs & Services
Sexual Assault Advocacy
Our network of specialists and volunteers are standing by every day to offer a supportive, guiding hand. We are active listeners and use a caring approach to ensure the best outcome for the individuals and families we serve.
Empowering all ages to be aware and active in the prevention of violent activities, demonstrating appropriate behaviors, and nurturing positive influences in the vision to put an end to the violence.
Campus Reach Advocacy
Our campus advocate has a passion for advocating for college-aged women in education, prevention, and post-assault support services. Our program is available to colleges and universities within Southeast Iowa.
Girls Circle is a structured support group for girls ages 9-18 years.
The goal of Girls Circle is to design and foster strength and resiliency by connecting with other young women within your community.
Together we candiscover ourstrengths.
Come join us to discuss things like relationships, self-care, boundaries, values, goals, coping with adversity, balance, and many more.
Growing Healthy, Growing Strong is 10 sessions for ages 9-14.
Boys develop vocabulary and skills to expect and enact fairness, healthy competition, and respect for self and others.
School is starting up again, here’s what our teachers and educators need to be aware of as students make the return to the classroom In March of 2020, our world began to turn upside down as businesses began closing doors, events started cancelling, and school made the...
A Discussion to Help Keep “Child’s Play” Safe and Appropriate in Your Community Parks The community playground serves as a gathering place where children can be active and build their imagination through social interaction and physical activity. Play time is...
Some things are more important than titles and medals- confidence and self-respect The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are happening right now and while the world’s eyes are on one incredibly talented member of the U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team, there’s another reason to find...
Recent events and tensions across the nation are forcing parents to ask the question, “do my children realize what’s really going on?” Children are so vulnerable to what they see and hear. As they grow and develop their own personalities, skills, and interests- every...
Children express a variety of behaviors as they learn and mature, but when they experience trauma at an early age it becomes a whole new conversation.
Your mental wellness is just as important as your physical wellness- stop putting it off Most people don’t consider their mental health as a priority, but everyone should take it seriously. The body is a wonderous thing, and our minds are precious gifts that must be...
“You have the power to heal your life, and you need to know that. We think so often that we are helpless, but we’re not. We always have the power of our minds…Claim and consciously use your power.”
― Louise L. Hay, Survivor, renowned self-help Author and Philanthropist.
If you have a passion for helping others and seek to be a shining light of hope for someone else, then you should consider becoming a volunteer for one of our incredible programs.
Volunteer Opportunities can often include supportive services, transportation, outreach, fundraising initiatives, and many other outstanding options.
Your dedication will be a great addition to our network of advocates and survivors!
Education & Prevention
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