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Office: (515) 244-7424  |  Fax: (515) 850-1900

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COVID-19 VICTIM SERVICE RESPONSE

As of March 17, most of IowaCASA's staff will be working remotely. Victim service programs across the state are still available to provide 24/7 free and confidential services to survivors and their family members in all 99 counties. Programs in your area may be adjusting their services to minimize the spread of COVID-19. We recommend checking in with your local program to see what services look like in your area. Click the link below to find a program in your area. 

IOWA VICTIM SERVICE CALL CENTER:

1-800-770-1650

OR TEXT "IOWAHELP" TO 20121

Free & Confidential Phone Services

For victim service programs, click here to check out our COVID-19 resource page.

aboutus

The Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault represents 24 victim service programs across the state. Our mission is to improve services for survivors of sexual harassment, abuse, and assault, and to prevent sexual violence before it occurs.

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The Communities of Color Summit is an opportunity for victim service advocates of color to gain experience, knowledge, and training from national and statewide leaders within the movement to end sexual harassment, abuse, and assault. 

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Free and confidential victim services are available for sexual assault survivors in all of Iowa's 99 counties.

Hotline

Call 1-800-770-1650 or text "IowaHELP" to 20121 for free and confidential services.

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Iowa has 6 victim service programs that provide culturally relevant sexual assault services.

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March 16, 2020

Victim service programs across the state are still open and available to provide 24/7 free and confidential services to survivors and their family members in all 99 counties. This includes providing crisis counseling, assisting with resources, and more.

Programs in your area may be adjusting their services to minimize the spread of COVID-19. We recommend checking in with your local victim service provider to see what services...

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