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700 S. Stratford Drive Meridian, ID 83642
208.884.7000

Protecting the lives, property, and constitutional rights of people in Idaho since 1919.

 

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 ISP Human Resources

STOP Region 3

Grant

Grantee

Objective
$30,410

Boise County Prosecutor

Boise County Victim Witness Coordinator

Project Director: Fleda Wright

The Victim Witness Coordinator provides information, education, and support to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking in Boise County. The Coordinator also serves as an advocate and liaison to the prosecutor’s office and other criminal justice entities.

10STPCCI

$53,488

Catholic Charities of Idaho

Domestic Violence Immigration Program

Project Director: Erika Medalen

(208) 350-7485

This project provides legal immigration services and representation to immigrant victims of domestic violence. It also provides education presentations to police, social service providers, and public servants.

10STPLSN

$41,875

Nampa Family Justice Center

Legal services for clients at the Nampa Family

Justice Center

Project Director: James Cook

(208) 336-8980

Idaho Legal Aid Services provides free civil legal services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking at the Nampa Family Justice Center (NFJC), and will conduct 10 bi-lingual (English-Spanish) presentations about NFJC services to the Hispanic community.

10STPAAF

$31,907

Advocates Against Family Violence

Rural Collaboration and Training for Victims Services

Project Director: Tricia Combs

(208) 459-6279

Advocates Against Family Violence seeks to extend their resources, commitment, and foundation of support to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault programs in Canyon County and Owyhee County.

10STPROS

$58,000

ROSE Advocates, Inc.

Rural Support/CCR Teams

Project Director: Delores Larsen

(208)414-1231

The Rose Advocates will establish and grow Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Teams In Valley and Adams Counties through the efforts of qualified local staffing. Training will be provided to local law enforcement, judges, court personnel and prosecutors to more effectively identify and respond to violent crimes against women.