Yearly Archives: 2012


advocates for children

  What is CASA? Eastern Sierra CASA program and Wild Iris are working together to create a healthier community for children and young adults. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates for children. A CASA volunteer is an ordinary person performing extraordinary duties. Each Court Appointed Special Advocate is a […]


for women

A woman is assaulted or beaten every 9 seconds in the US. Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, it is happening within her family. Victims of intimate partner violence come from all […]


for men

Victims of intimate partner violence come from all walks of life – all cultures, all incomes, all ages, and religions. They also come in both sexes. Men are often overlooked victims of intimate partner abuse, and when abused by women, frequently suffer in silence. In addition to the shame shared […]


current wild iris board members

Marshalle Genevieve, Mono County Loretta Howard, Inyo County Sandra Lund, Inyo County William Michael, Mono County Cheryl Ramirez, Inyo County Kathryn Watson, Mono County   board members emeritus Eileen Peterson, Founding Mother of Wild Iris, Inyo County Betty Denton, Founding Mother of Wild Iris, Inyo County