Sexual Assault Awareness Month Resources


April is National Sexual Assault Awareness month and we urge you to be a part of ending sexual violence in Indian Country, in our nation and across the world. There are many ways in you be involved in changing conversations, creating awareness, supporting advocacy and preventing sexual violence. Take time to review and see what you can do. More than half of Native American women experience sexual violence at some point in their lifetime. We need to support keeping women safe and strengthen women as the backbone of our nations.

Resources for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains A link to resources along with a DropBox link providing resources, videos and image

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

Mending the Sacred Hoop

South Dakota Coalition Ending Domestic & Sexual Violence

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition

NOMORE Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Office for Victims of Crime and Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center

Ideas on how to navigate a rapidly changing victim assistance landscape

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