The Tribal Law and Policy Institute, in conjunction with the National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) and the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), is working on a Tribal Resource Mapping Project for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) victims/survivors of crime.
Your Expertise: We are seeking participation from urban Indian individuals that have experience in the following categories of organizations—either as professional staff or clients.
- Homeless Services
- Native Youth Services
- Two-Spirit Programs or Services
- Native Education Programs
- Native Health Services
- Victim Advocates Groups or Services
- Native Men’s Groups or Programs
- Native Women’s Group or Programs
- Native Foster Services or Programs
- Urban-Indian Programs or Services
To create a web-based resource mapping tool that:
- Links AI/AN victims/survivors of crime and abuse to tribal victim services anywhere in the country
- Helps identify gaps in the network of existing services
To RSVP or request more information please contact: FocusGroups@tlpi.org
For more project information visit: www.VictimsofCrime.org/Tribal_ResourceMapping
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