Iris Domestic Violence Center
To end Domestic Violence in the Capital Area through serving victims of Domestic Violence, educating the public about Domestic Violence, and working to eliminate economic, social, and cultural conditions and attitudes that contribute to Domestic Violence. To serve the Family Violence victims. Activities include 24 hour hotline, counseling advocacy, temporary emergency shelter, education, and training.
Also known as.
Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center; Capital Area Family Violence Battered Womens Pro; Cafvic Inc
Program areas at Iris Domestic Violence Center
Direct services program offers temporary emergency housing to battered women and their children who have no safe place to stay. Room and board are provided at no cost for a limited time.
Legal services program assists battered women with legal needs such as protection orders, pressing charges, court appearances, and access to legal representation.
Outreach services program provides telephone, face-to-face counseling and support groups to battered women. They also provide information and referral to other community resources, assist battered women in accessing our shelter services, provide advocacy on behalf of the battered woman and her children, and provide court advocacy and support services.
The education and training program aims to double the number of support groups at the Louisiana correctional institute for women, work with local businesses to raise awarenewss of Domestic Violence, expand coordination with organizations and faith-based groups, develop an active social media presence, call attention to the issue of Domestic violence-related stalking and improving stalking respone times, and highlighting the tragedy of Domestic Violence homicide by co-sponsoring the stop the slaughter rally.
Who funds Iris Domestic Violence Center
Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
|Grantmaker||Grantmaker tax period||Description||Amount|
|Capital Area United Way||2020-06||Allocation||$60,000|
|Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence||2020-12||Housing And/or Childcare Assistance for Domestic Violence Survivors.||$36,181|
|The Mary Kay Foundation||2019-12||Shelter Grant||$20,000|
|. and 4 more grants received|
Federal funding details
|Federal agency||CFDA code||Program name||Amount|
|Department of Health and Human Services||93.671||FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION SERVICES GRANT||$270,223|
|Department of Housing and Urban Development||14.218||CDBG||$130,242|
|Department of Health and Human Services||93.558||TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES||$99,971|
|. and 2 more federal grants / contracts|
Personnel at Iris Domestic Violence Center
|Name||Title||Compensation||Date of data|
|Patti Freeman||Executive Director / Board President||$0||2022-08-06|
|Janice Richards||Director of Development||2021-07-12|
|Trashica Robinson||Interim Director of Client Services||2021-04-12|
|Sarah Margaret Smith||Director of Legal Services||2021-07-12|
|John J. Price||Past Executive Director of Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center||$87,646||2021-07-12|
|. and 14 more key personnel|
Financials for Iris Domestic Violence Center
Form 990s for Iris Domestic Violence Center
|Fiscal year ending||Date received by IRS||Form||PDF link|
|. and 5 more Form 990s|
Organizations like Iris Domestic Violence Center
|Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs||501(c)(3)||Duluth, MN||$788,791|
|API Chaya||501(c)(3)||Seattle, WA||$3,687,817|
|Women’s Resource Center of Winona||501(c)(3)||Winona, MN||$371,399|
|Young Women’s Christian Association of Northeast Kansas||501(c)(3)||Topeka, KS||$2,071,184|
|A Woman’s Place (AWP)||501(c)(3)||Doylestown, PA||$2,635,447|
|Women’s and Children’s Alliance (WCA)||501(c)(3)||Boise, ID||$5,176,601|
|Womankind / New York Asian Women’s Center Inc (NYAWC)||501(c)(3)||New York, NY||$6,750,217|
|Safe Berks||501(c)(3)||Reading, PA||$3,258,317|
|Caws North Dakota||501(c)(3)||Bismarck, ND||$2,183,628|
|Chicago Metropolitan Battered Womens Network||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL||$3,308,658|