The Iowa Coalition for Collective Change (ICCC) is a new anti-violence coalition supporting survivor services organizations statewide. ICCC conducts training, certification, technical assistance, research, community education, and policy advocacy in order to learn about the experiences of survivors, support their healing, and improve public policy.

Vision

To improve the lived experiences of Iowans by transforming systems to create a society free from violence & oppression.

Mission

To support organizations that serve marginalized populations experiencing violence through education, research, & systems advocacy.

Pillars

The core pillars of ICCC’s work are:

  • Supporting culturally specific survivor services organizations
  • Supporting homicide & violent crime survivor services organizations
  • Supporting other organizations that serve victims of crime from marginalized communities
  • Systems change through training, education and policy advocacy.

In addition to providing training and technical assistance to member agencies, ICCC conducts and disseminates research about the lived experiences of Iowans and views community education as integral to supporting the work of these agencies and the survivors they serve.