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The board and I look forward to working alongside John as we continue to strengthen and expand the important services being offered to families impacted by domestic violence.” Price, a longtime resident of Baton Rouge, received his BS degree from Louisiana State University and his Juris Doctorate from the Paul M.Hebert School of Law, where he was inducted into the law school Hall of Fame.Wineski credits a strong coalition of advocates and supporters for the bills’ success.

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We applaud today’s legislative victory and look forward to seeing the results of these changes in the field.”John J.

Price, newly appointed executive director of the IRIS Domestic Violence Center, said the bills “reflect the current reality that sexual abuse and domestic violence often occurs between individuals outside of a traditional family household or marriage.

The Capital Area Family Violence Intervention enter, Inc., also known as the Iris Domestic Violence Center, serving a seven-parish area around the capital area, has announced the selection of John J. Price will be succeeding Lynn Medley-Long as director who will be taking early retirement.

Price was selected by the Board of Director’s Executive Search Committee to replace Medley-Long who served as the executive director for two years.

Price, confirmed that the shelter facility used by IRIS to serve domestic violence survivors within its 7-parish area of service around Baton Rouge, has remained fully functional and operational since the flooding of 2016 and there is no set timeline in place to close the facility in order to rehab the structure.

Apparently, there had some confusion and a few questions arise due to our announced plans to make needed repairs to the shelter facility following the 2016 flooding.

Given his own painful experiences, the last thing he would ever want to do is make anyone else feel the way that he did.

He is confident that the motives behind these false accusations will be revealed and that the truth will prevail.

The Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the federally designated statewide coalition of shelters, non-residential programs and individuals working to end domestic violence in Louisiana, applauded last week’s final passage of bills expanding domestic violence protections in Louisiana.

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