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Cultural Specific Programs

Iowa, through the office of the Crime Victims Assistance Division, recognizes how culture, language, race, trauma, and healing can intersect with victimization. 

Below you will find a list of cultural specific centers available in our state.

Amani Community Services

Services for African American Survivors

Crisis Line: 888-983-2533

Office: 319-232-5660

Website: www.amani-cs.org 

Deaf Iowans Against Abuse (DIAA)

Services for Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf-Blind Survivors

Crisis Line - V/VP: 319-531-7719

Crisis Line - Text ONLY:  515-661-4015

Email: help@diaaiowa.org

Website: www.diaaiowa.org

Latinas Unidas por un Nuevo Amanecer (LUNA)

Bilingual services for Latina/o/x/e survivors.

Office 515-271-5060

Crisis Line: 866-256-7668

Resources for Indigenous Survivors (RISE)

Services for Native women, children, and families

Crisis Line - Toll-Free: 855-840-7362

Crisis Line - Call or Text: 641-481-0334

Website: www.meskwaki.org/rise/

Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity

Services for Asian and Pacific Islander survivors

Crisis Line: 866-881-4641

Iowa City Office: 319-466-9000

Website: www.monsooniowa.org

Nisaa African Women's Project

Services for African Immigrants and Refugee communities

Crisis Line: 844-269-6203

Iowa City Office: 319-338-7617

Website: www.nisaa-afs.org