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Domestic Violence Program

Reviving Spirits: A Beacon of Hope and Healing for Native Hearts

  • 24-hour crisis line

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Advocacy

  • Assistance with Protection Orders

  • Direct referral to free legal services

  • Direct referrals to domestic violence shelters

  • Direct referrals to NATIVE, Inc., Native American

  • Development Center and other community programs and resources

  • Support in court

  • Food and cellphone and minutes

  • Transportation services

Services Include:

  • Personalized safety planning

  • Access to Tribes about jurisdiction and legal issues

  • Access to Tribes and ICWA experts about child custody issues

  • Support finding a local health facility or crisis center trained in the care of survivors of domestic and sexual violence

  • Women Talking Circles every week

  • Men Talking Circles every week

  • Sweat Lodge for victims twice every month

  • Peer support services

  • Access to NATIVE, Inc. Great Plains Indians Youth and Family Engagement Cultural Center

  • Access to NATIVE, Inc.’s Community Education and Resources

Contact NATIVE, Inc. at (701) 954-0182 or DV@ndnadc.org

For More Information

Program Overview

NATIVE, Inc.’s Domestic Violence Program provides advocacy and culturally appropriate services to Native American victims of violence in counties within the Bismarck region of North Dakota. Victims will be able to meet their economic needs through NATIVE, Inc.’s financial assistance and meet their mental, socio-emotional, spiritual, and cultural needs through cultural programs and traditional healing practices designed to enhance resilience and foster healing from trauma.

What do we help with?

  • Am I eligible?
    The "Great Plains Indians" Peer Support Program offered by Native Inc. extends its services to individuals who meet specific eligibility criteria. The program is designed to support adults who are currently involved or have recently been involved in the criminal justice system. This includes individuals who may have experienced incarceration, probation, parole, or any form of legal involvement. Native Inc. welcomes individuals from Native American communities within the Great Plains region, providing a culturally sensitive and supportive environment for those seeking peer support. Eligibility is not limited by age, gender, or specific offenses, as the program aims to assist individuals in their journey towards personal growth, positive change, and successful reintegration into their communities.
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