is dedicated to restoring the safety of Native women and addressing issues such as human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault by providing resources, advocacy, and technical assistance.
www.niwrc.org / 855-649-7299
is a culturally-appropriate, confidential, and anonymous helpline for Native American victims and survivors of domestic violence and dating violence, including human trafficking.
www.strongheartshelpline.org / 844-762-8483
is a confidential, toll-free helpline available 24/7 to provide support, information, and assistance to victims and survivors, as well as to those who suspect human trafficking.
www.humantraffickinghotline.org / 888-373-7888
advocates for social change in our communities by providing support, education, and advocacy using our strengths, power and unity to create violence-free communities.
www.csvanw.org / 505-243-9199
An original podcast aimed at building joint action by the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. As a movement, we can use our collective voices to engage and influence change for Native women.
Hanna Harris went missing and was found murdered on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in 2013. Her legacy prevails through Hanna's Act, which authorizes the Department of Justice to assist local law enforcement in missing persons cases.
This toolkitprovides a series of steps for what to do if a loved one goes missing.
A fact sheet on the bill that became law on October 10, 2020. Named after 22 year old Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a member of the Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota, who was murdered while she was eight months pregnant in August 2017.
The Not Invisible Act of 2019 aims to address the crisis of missing, murdered, and trafficked American Indians and Alaska Natives by engaging law enforcement, Tribal leaders, federal partners, and service providers, as well as improving coordination across federal agencies.
An essay by Vivian Cassina, which includes a collection of resources.
Dedicated to Indigenous Peoples’ self-determination and the sovereignty of Native nations.
An installation by artist Jaime Black to bring attention to the critical national issue of missing or murdered Aboriginal women across Canada. It serves as a visual reminder of the staggering number of women who are no longer with us.
This information guide and checklist suggests topics and issues for advocates to discuss with victims relative to preparing to file a tribal protection order and drafting a tribal protection order in cases involving nonmembers.
The toolkit is broken down into three steps that non-Indigenous people can take to have a better relationship with Indigenous people.
A publication by Sovereign Bodies Institute, in partnership with MMIWG2 families, Indigenous survivors of violence, and their allies.