Securing Housing After Domestic Violence

Resource: “Securing Housing After Domestic Violence,” published by Bankrate, provides information about recognizing the types of abuse, common challenges people face when leaving their abuser, and resources for victims of domestic violence to help them stay safe, secure housing, and maintain independence. Learn more at

Check Out Our Monthly E-Bulletins!

Resource: Check out our monthly E-Bulletins to stay up to date on the latest grant-related information! The E-Bulletin includes current news, resources for your program, and training and funding opportunities. Access the E-Bulletins at

NIWRC 10-Year Anniversary: Carrying Our Medicine Forward – A Decade of Lifting the Movement of Safety for Native Women

This fall, the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) will mark its 10-year anniversary and re-dedicate our commitment to strengthening tribal responses to safety for Native women and their children. Join us for a live webinar showcase of NIWRC’s support of the Indigenous movement for safety for Native women, including Read more…

BJA’s Sexual Assault Toolkit Initiative

Since its launch in 2015, BJA’s Sexual Assault Toolkit Initiative has improved the response to sexual assault by identifying and apprehending offenders and by addressing unsubmitted sexual assault kits. Learn more about how this program recently solved a 36-year-old cold case.

Domestic Violence in the AI/AN Community.

American Indians and Alaska Natives have a significantly higher risk of experiencing domestic violence. Find resources about the identification, assessment, and interventions for domestic violence at