What community resources are available for more information on supporting all people in the Dubuque region?
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African American and Black
Dubuque Black Men Coalition
A group of positive, professional, African American men committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community governed by respect for family, spirituality, justice, integrity, and honor
A chapter of the national organization committed to improving the political, educational, social, and economic status of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities; eliminating racial prejudice; promoting justice; keeping the public aware of the adverse effects of racial discrimination; and more
P.O. Box 1012, Dubuque
Switching Places Foundation
A group of women trying to bring together all groups of
people while aiming to educate, empower, and elucidate our
Asian and Pacific
Part of the Westminster Presbyterian Church supporting and strengthening Mandarin-speaking believers in Dubuque
2155 University Ave.
Hispanic and Latinx
Latino Empowerment and Development
A nonprofit that helps connect Latino residents with educational resources, food, personal protective equipment, and other necessities
Latinos CAN Coalition
A statewide initiative that strives to eliminate the educational attainment gap for Latino students in Iowa
Oficina del Ministerio Hispano/St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Rectory
Provides helpful resources, particularly in the areas of immigration and spiritual growth
1425 Iowa St.
Key City Pride
A nonprofit that educates and empowers both the general public and local LGBTQ+ individuals by providing insight on current events, community concerns, and the LGBTQ+ culture as a whole
LGBTQ+ Support Groups
Meetings for community members who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, +
City of Dubuque Human Rights Department
Works with residents, other city departments, and community institutions to develop fair and equitable access to government and community services and to support a more inclusive community
1300 Main St.
Get Involved: cityofdubuque.org/2913/Get-Involved
Mayor & City Council: cityofdubuque.org/990/Mayor-City-Council
Dubuque Dream Center
A community outreach center committed to mobilizing youth and families to build on Dr. King’s dream of transforming communities by embracing, empowering, and unifying those who live there
1600 White St.
Fountain of Youth Program
Nonprofit with a mission of changing mindsets that contribute to generational poverty
220 W 7th St.
A peer-learning network of partners convened by the
Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque that is committed
to creating an informed, equitable and inclusive community
where all people are respected, valued, and engaged
J4BG Family Services
A business structure providing counseling services for kids, parents, adults, and couples
1420 Central Ave.
Multicultural Family Center
A center that empowers all families and community members of Dubuque to reach their potential and build unity through diversity, equity, and inclusion
1157 Central Ave.
Presentation Lantern Center
A drop-in center offering hospitality, educational opportunities and advocacy to adult immigrants, especially women, who are striving to better their lives
900 Jackson St.
Offers 100% free and confidential services for survivors of sexual violence in Iowa, and for survivors of sexual and domestic violence in Illinois. Services include 24-hour crisis hotlines, legal, medical and social service advocacy, long- and short-term counseling, trauma-informed therapy, transition and basic needs assistance, and more.
1789 Elm St.
563-557-0310 | IA Hotline: 888-557-0310
United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States
A nonprofit connecting people and resources to advance the health, education, and income of those in need in our community
215 W. 6th St.