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Community Corrections Improvement Association Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/19/2013: Community Corrections Improvement Association

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION

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AKA  CCIA
Cedar Rapids, IA
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Community Corrections Improvement Association Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/19/2013: Community Corrections Improvement Association

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION

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Also Known As: CCIA
Physical Address: Cedar Rapids, IA 52404 3414
EIN: 42-1382341
Web URL: iowacbc.org/ccia 
Blog URL: iowachildrenofpromise.org 
NTEE Category: S Community Improvement, Capacity Building
S99 Community Improvement, Capacity Building N.E.C.
O Youth Development
O30 Adult, Child Matching Programs
I Crime, Legal Related
I03 Professional Societies, Associations
Ruling Year: 1992 


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Mission Statement

CCIA's mission is to support community-based corrections with community involvement, acceptance, and financial resources to establish and embrace pro-active programs that break the cycle of crime. CCIA’s goal as a working foundation is to provide critical services now and to provide visionary leadership for the future. Established in 1991, CCIA is the private foundation arm of the Sixth Judicial District Department of Correctional Services in Iowa. The creation of this foundation is unique, particularly in the field of corrections. CCIA creates, supports, and administers diverse programs to promote their mission and objectives. The programs established and delivered through CCIA fortify community partnerships; empower offenders, families of offenders, and the victims of crime. Over the past twenty years CCIA has become a local, state, and national leader, continuing to redefine the critical issues and provide solutions for safer communities. CCIA remains at the fore-front as a powerful and innovative organization by: •Delivering proactive and preventative programs that put youth first, •Developing and securing funding for community partnerships with law enforcement and corrections, •Hosting thought provoking public forums and policy conferences, •Redefining the way we address mental health issues in corrections, and •Being the first to create low-income housing for reunifying families of offenders.

Legitimacy Information

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Annual Revenue & Expenses (IRS Form 990, January 2012)

Fiscal Year Starting: January 01, 2012
Fiscal Year Ending: December 31, 2012

Total Revenue $3,026,646
Total Expenses $2,937,291

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Mr. Gerald Hinzman

Profile:

Gerald R. Hinzman, Registered Agent, is the founder of CCIA. Mr. Hinzman envisions the future a safer place with healthy children and families, and declining crime rates. Mr. Hinzman received his M.A. at Iowa State University in Public Administration, and his B.A. in Criminal Justice and Business Administration from Mount Mercy College. His career encompasses a multitude of experience. From 1970 to 1989, Mr. Hinzman moved through the ranks of the Cedar Rapids Police Department from Detective to Captain of Police, Director of the Cedar Rapids Police Academy, and Chief of Police. In May 1989, he became the District Director for the Sixth Judicial District Department of Correctional Services. He holds many awards and honors on behalf of his dedicated work and commitment to the communities he serves.

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Programs

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Neighborhood Revitalization
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Operation Weed & Seed is foremost a strategy rather than a program. It aims to prevent, control, and reduce violent crime, drug abuse, and gang activity in Cedar Rapids neighborhoods. Weed & Seed involved a two-pronged approach: law enforcement to "weed out" criminal activities, and "seeding" areas with human services that encompass prevention, intervention, treatment, and revitalization.

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Program: Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) (GuideStar Exchange,
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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) centers are located throughout Cedar Rapids. VITA offers free tax preparation to families who qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit.

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In 2011, VITA served 1,275 taxpayers resulting in $1,938,113 in refunds.

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Volunteer Programs
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Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
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As part of the Corporation for National and Community Service AmeriCorps program, Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) places individuals with community-based agencies to help find long-term solutions to the challenges of poverty.

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Program: Children of Promise, Youth Mentoring Programs (GuideStar Exchange,
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Youth Development, General/Other
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Children Only (5 - 14 years)
Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)
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The Community Corrections Improvement Association proactively reaches out to assist at-risk youth via the three programs of Children of Promise: Foster Grandparent, One-on-One Mentoring, and Youth Leadership. These programs link youth with positive adult role models who help them cope with risk and overcome personal challenges to achieve their life-goals. A majority of children in these programs have at least one parent involved in the correctional system.

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Program: Each One Reach One, AmeriCorps (GuideStar Exchange,
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This program assists community partner's efforts to provide support to neighborhoods, at-risk youth, and families. Activities revolve around the goal of infusing social supports into communities to meet their needs.

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Program: Victim Services (GuideStar Exchange,
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Victim Services give survivors of cime a voice in the criminal justice system. The goal is to create a seamless system of support and services for victims by raising funds for unmet needs. Impact Panels offer victims the opportunity to share their stories with offenders, schools, and other agencies to help call attention to the harm caused by crime and ways to repair it.

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Ex-Offender Services/Supervision
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This project seeks to reduce the risk of new offense by engaging supervised offenders in the communty and creating an avenue for restoration and healing for those impacted by crime.

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Program: Partnership for Safe Families (GuideStar Exchange,
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Family-Based Services
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Crime/Abuse Victims
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Partnership for Safe Families is a community-wide effort to support Linn County families, prevent abuse, neglect, and domestic violence. Partnership brings together neighbors, families, and professionals to solve problems, identify strengths, and prevent family violence.

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Program: Project Safe Neighborhood (GuideStar Exchange,
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Crime Control & Prevention
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CCIA is part of this national comprehensive, strategic approach to reducing gun crime in America. By linking together federal, state, and local law enforcement, prosecutors, and community leaders, this program provided a multifaceted approach to deterring and punishing gun crime

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Program: Supportive Services - Home to Stay, Lundby Townhomes (GuideStar Exchange,
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Offenders, Ex-Offenders
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Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General
Offenders/Ex-offenders
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Home to Stay at the Lundby Townhomes is a 24-unit supportive low-income housing complex in Cedar Rapids targeting families who have a member re-entering the community from a correctional facility, or with a criminal record that excludes them from other low-income housing options. On-site service coordination assess family needs, develops a plan, and makes referrals to appropriate providers to meet those needs.

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Program: Faith-Based Initiative (GuideStar Exchange,
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The faith-based community has a long history of aiding people in need. CCIA has succeeded in collaborating with the faith community for volunteer involvement in restorative mentoring practices designed to assist victims of crime, offenders re-entering their communities, offender's families, and engage in community capacity-building activities.

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