Riverview Center receives grant from JCCF

Riverview Center is deeply grateful to the Jones County Community Foundation (JCCF) for their incredible support to help raise awareness of our sexual assault services in Jones County. With their support, survivors in Jones County are better connected to services to help minimize the potentially chronic long-term, physical, psychological and social issues that can result from sexual abuse. 

The JCCF provided a $2,500 grant to the Riverview Center. 

The multi-tiered marketing campaign focused on promoting Riverview Center’s 100 percent free and confidential sexual assault survivor services to the residents of Jones County via grassroots efforts, community events, educational programs, and a multi-faceted digital campaign targeting underserved populations. As a result, the number of clients served doubled and the number of service hours over quadrupled. 

For 27 years, Riverview Center has proudly provided the healing and justice survivors of sexual violence deserve, free of charge. Riverview is a non-profit agency committed to providing free, compassionate, client-centered care for individuals affected by sexual violence in 14 counties in Iowa, including Jones County. Regardless of means, their clients receive high-quality, professional services, including 24-hour crisis hotline; legal, medical, and general advocacy; one-on-one counseling and support groups; professional trainings; and violence prevention initiatives. 


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