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CASA Volunteers Needed!

Make a Difference, One Child at a Time CASA of the Eastern Sierra, a non-profit collaboration and partnership between Wild Iris Family Counseling and Crisis Center and the Inyo and Mono County Superior Courts, seeks dedicated volunteers to advocate on behalf of foster children trying to navigate the often confusing […]


11 things you can do

1. Educate yourself. Check out the information on this website or take our Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault state certified training. 2. Donate. Donating money, food, clothing, or household items is a way for you to directly provide for the needs of victims of violence in our community. 3. Be a resource. […]


wish list

Wild Iris accepts donations of food, clothing and household establishment items. No donation is too big or too small. Below are some of the critical needs that Wild Iris has in order to help better the lives of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault right here in the Eastern […]


donate

You can play a critical role in the lives of our clients in Inyo and Mono counties through your tax-deductible donations, which go directly to help fund Wild Iris’s ongoing work. Financial contributions are accepted in person, through mail or simply and securely via our Network for Good website. Wild Iris […]


grant a wish

Wild Iris is there for our families in Inyo and Mono counties, and you can be, too, with your tax-deductible donation of items from our WISH LIST. Whether non-perishable foods and diapers, or a 4WD vehicle, no donation is too small or too large! We appreciate you thinking of us.


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 […]


youth violence prevention

  The Wild Iris Youth Violence Prevention Program (YVPP) has been educating the youth of Mono and Inyo counties for five years providing presentations, resources and the knowledge of healthy relationships, sexual assault, bullying and safety planning to students of all ages. Topics discussed in classrooms are age appropriate and include […]


preventing abuse through education

The folks here at Wild Iris believe that the best way to prevent abuse is for people to talk about it. We offer training on a range of topics for any group or age range. The more people that are educated about what abuse is, how to spot it, and […]