The OVC presents “FY 2022 Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services Technical Assistance Webinar.”

Training Opportunity: May 19, 2022 at 1pm ET. The Office for Victims of Crime presents “FY 2022 Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services Technical Assistance Webinar.” This webinar will provide details and guidance for potential applicants to the Office for Victims of Crime’s FY 2022 Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services Technical Assistance Program Read more…

May 5th is Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Awareness Day.

May 5th is Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Awareness Day. The crisis of #MMIW is an effect of the reality that Native women are disproportionately impacted by violence but receive inadequate support during crisis situations. Learn more about Missing Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Sprit People at https://sis.tcu.edu/wgst/initiatives/mmiw/#:~:text=Missing%20and%20Murdered%20Indigenous%20Women%20%28MMIW%29%20refers%20to,women%20experience%20in%20the%20United%20States%20and%20Canada

Signs of Child Abuse

Know the signs of child abuse!!! Children often display certain behavioral characteristics when being abused. Knowing the signs is the first step in preventing child abuse! #childabuseprevention #ChildAbuseAwarenessMonth #domesticviolenceawareness #btsadv #domesticviolence #domesticabuseawareness

Wear Red Day is May 5th

May 5th is nearly here! #MMIWActionNow On May 5, post a photo of yourself wearing red with our #NoMoreStolenSisters poster on social media. Help us call for systems and social change! https://bit.ly/3MNln4m Details: http://niwrc.org/mmiwnatlweek22

MMIW and Jurisdictional Issues.

Complicated legal systems, jurisdictional issues and lack of resources leave many Native victims of violence and their relatives without support. Meaningful action must be taken to prevent our relatives from going missing or being murdered. Our relatives deserve justice. #MMIR Learn more at www.StrongHeartsHelpline.org