Nonprofit news McMinnville-based child abuse intervention center receives more than $30,000 from a variety of sources
Juliettes House Child Abuse Intervention Center has been awarded $31,122 in grants targeted at the organizations various programs.
The organization performs medical and forensic assessments on Yamhill, Polk and Tillamook county children referred by other agencies and provides referrals for treatment and social services as well as follow-up support for patients. It also organizes in-school workshops with children and family support groups.
Juliettes House received a $12,500 grant from the Ford Family Foundation and a $3,000 grant from an anonymous donor through the Advised Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation for its in-school child abuse prevention and intervention workshops for K-5 students in Yamhill County elementary schools, Safe Kids (CAP).
The organization was also awarded $3,061 by the Autzen Foundation to assist in updating its medical billing system and dictation equipment as well as a $12,500 grant for general operating costs from the Juliette D. and Paul A. Barber Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.
In addition to these grants, Juliettes House also receives many individual and business donations. In total these account for one-third of its annual operating budget, according to the organization.