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Stalking is a crime

Every year, Stalking Awareness Month is observed nationwide, which is an annual call of awareness to recognize and respond to this traumatic and dangerous crime. There are many ways to raise awareness this month and all year long. We encourage you to provide awareness through your social media, your organization and to use this information to know it, name it and stop it. Stalking occurs in our tribal community through person to person and online. Learn how to be safe and promote awareness.

About Us

The Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains, Reclaiming Our Sacredness, represents the rural, isolated tribes in a six-state area of the northern Great Plains. Active members are Native women who are either staff or volunteers of tribal government operated or community-based service programs offering services in domestic violence or sexual assault.

The Society evolved from the need for the small individual programs to have support, share promising practices and frustrations, network, obtain culturally and linguistically specific technical assistance, training, consultation, and collaborate to strengthen strategies and responses to violence in their respective tribal communities.

The geographical area that constitutes the service area of the Society includes tribes in southern Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska.

Tribes represented in the organization include the Lower Sioux Tribe in Minnesota, Omaha, Ponca, Santee and Winnebago Tribes in Nebraska; Fort Peck, Crow, Blackfeet, and Northern Cheyenne Tribes in Montana; Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Cheyenne River, Standing Rock, Lower Brule, Crow Creek, Sisseton-Wahpeton (Lakota Traverse) and Yankton Sioux in South Dakota as well as Fort Berthold, Spirit Lake and urban Native populations of Bismarck in North Dakota.

Tribal populations are culturally and geographically isolated and have been identified as under served populations for a variety of reasons. The typical profile of a domestic violence and/or sexual assault program in this service area is a one-woman program with a small budget.

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The Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains “Reclaiming Our Sacredness” is a non-profit organization, representing 25 members from tribes in a six state area of the Northern Great Plains.

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Office: (605) 200-2699

fax: (605) 964-1263

Carmen O’Leary, Director
Cell: 605.850.1332

Amanda Takes War Bonnett

Public Education Specialist
Cell:  605.200.5132

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