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Social Work Resources: BIPOC Iowa Specific

BIPOC Iowa Specific Resources

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BIPOC Iowa Specific Resources

Al Éxito: A statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the educational achievement and transformative leadership capacity of Latinx youth and their families to succeed in life and participate fully in Iowa.

Amani Community Services Davenport: A culturally specific service agency for victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault of African American descent throughout the state of Iowa. Services include counseling, advocacy and support, children's services, and referrals for African Americans.

Argrow’s House of Healing and Hope Moline: Provides support and empowerment to female victims of domestic violence. Free services range from domestic violence support groups, yoga, spiritual direction, massage therapy, art therapy, financial support, and more.

Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa: A directory of non-profit organizations led by black, indigenous, and people of color to increase the power, voice, and financial resources. A BIPOC-led nonprofit directory.

EMBARC: Strives to address shared issues and uplift all refugee communities and create opportunities for all refugees in Iowa by removing barriers and fostering equity and inclusion.

Knock and Drop Des Moines: A non-profit organization working to bridge the gap between the underserved and disadvantaged in the Latino community with available resources.

Latino Center of Iowa: A physical space where the Latino community can unite, develop leadership, and share its culture and history.

Latinos Unidos of Iowa: A directory providing community-sponsored scholarship programs for Latinos who seek higher education, resource fairs that familiarize Latinos with employers that make a diverse workforce part of their mission, and a forum that addresses the issues faced by Hispanics & Latinos in Iowa & that promotes a positive image for people of Latin American origin

Love Girls Magazine Moline: Their mission is to build self-esteem by providing young women leadership opportunities and a safe place to tell their stories.

Monsoon Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity Iowa: Serves victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in Asian and Pacific Islander communities in Iowa.

National Society of Black Engineers Iowa: A student-governed organization to support and promote the aspirations of collegiate, pre-collegiate students and technical professionals in Engineering and Technology.

Orchard Place: Provides a director of mental health resources for black, indigenous, and people of color in Iowa.

QC Empowerment Network Davenport: Collaborative initiative by black quad citizens to connect across all divides.

Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: Their mission is to support, promote and enhance the growth and success of our local businesses and to leverage the community's assets, contributions, and unique Hispanic Cultural identity to generate new business.

Sankofa Outreach Connections Iowa: An organization of women of color working to increase the overall wellness of women of color, decrease social isolation and connect women of color to community resources.