EFFECTS OF TRAUMA: The education of the effects of trauma from domestic or sexual violence is an important awareness topic to use in community education or working with survivors. Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains has designed a 8.5x14 legal size brochure and there is a space on the backside you can use to write or put a label of your organization contact information. This document is for your use. You can print it out or get it printed at your printing place. You can also use the information in the brochure for your radio PSAs, in your work with students, for mothers in shelter, for group and for one on one. There is an accompanying power point. The content includes the information from the brochure, you can add on and add your own graphics.
Dedicated to restoring safety to Native women by upholding the sovereignty of Indian and Alaska Native tribes.
Working for the major social changes necessary to eliminate both personal and societal violence against all women and their children.
At any given moment, more than 1,100 trained volunteers are on duty and available to help victims at RAINN-affiliated crisis centers across the country.
Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services.
A Native American program that provides training and technical assistance to our American Indian and Alaska Native relations in the effort to eliminate violence in the lives of women and their children.
The Network is a state-level non-profit agency comprised of caring people dealing with the concerns of domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Our member programs employ and support individuals of all racial, social, religious and economic groups, ages, abilities, and lifestyles. Rural, urban and tribal areas are proudly represented.
The Center provides legal assistance to indigenous peoples of the Americas to combat racism and oppression, to protect their lands and environment, to protect their cultures and ways of life, to achieve sustainable economic development and genuine self-government, and to realize their other human rights.
Stalking is a dangerous crime that affected 6.6 million adults in the United States in one year. The better we understand the facts about stalking, the more we can do to stop it. Whether you have a few minutes, a few hours, or a few days, you can educate yourself and your community about stalking during January, National Stalking Awareness Month.
Through unity we will strengthen our voices and build resources to create awareness and eliminate sexual violence against Indian women and children. We will vigorously apply our efforts toward influencing social change and reclaim our traditional values that honor the sovereignty of Indian women and children.
Dedicated to providing free publication resources, comprehensive training, and technical assistance for Native nations and tribal justice systems in pursuit of our vision to empower Native communities to create and control their own institutions for the benefit of all community members, now, and for future generations.
The Oglala Lakota Spiritual Calendar Wi Yawa Pi – Counting the Moons