Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
The Coalition provides support, education, and advocacy to stop violence against Native women and children by advocating for social change in Indigenous communities.
AMBER Alert in Indian Country
National Indian Council on Aging
The National Indian Council on Aging advocates for American Indian and Alaska Native elders, striving to better the lives of the Nation's Indigenous seniors through advocacy, employment training, dissemination of information, and data support.
Tribal Court Clearinghouse
National Congress of American Indians
The National Congress of American Indians offers information on issues such as tribal self-government, treaty rights, and federal policy. The website includes a calendar of upcoming events and a directory of links to Tribal governments.
National American Indian Court Judges Association
This organization supports American Indian and Alaska Native justice systems through education, information sharing, and advocacy.
National Indian Child Welfare Association
The National Indian Child Welfare Association is a national organization focused specifically on the Tribal capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect.
National Indian Justice Center
The National Indian Justice Center is an independent national resource for Tribal courts. The Center designs and delivers legal education, research, and technical assistance programs to help improve Tribal courts systems and the administration of justice in Indian Country.
Bureau of Indian Affairs: Missing and Murdered Indigenous People
U.S. Department of Justice: Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons
Bureau of Indian Affairs: Victim Assistance Program
This program offers direct services to victims including crisis intervention, referrals and information for mental and emotional health and other types of specialized responses, provide emergency services and transportation, and follow up for additional assistance.
Office of Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse
U.S. Department of Justice: Tribal Justice and Safety
The Tribal Justice and Safety website provides information for American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal governments to further improve the safety of their communities. This site also provides information to the general public and other federal agencies to better understand the resources available for improving safety in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
U.S. Department of Justice: Office on Violence Against Women
The Office on Violence Against Women provides federal leadership to reduce violence against women and to administer justice for and strengthen services to all victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center
Operated by OVC, the Center seeks to strengthen human trafficking victim services in the United States by delivering free coaching and mentoring, and by providing a resource library for organizations and federally recognized Tribes looking to start, sustain, or grow their anti-trafficking work. The Center offers help in a number of areas, including financial management, community partnerships, delivery of victim services, and more.
OVC Tribal Financial Management Center
The Center provides data-informed, culturally humble, victim-centered training and technical assistance (TTA) and resources to support American Indian/Alaska Native communities as they successfully manage the financial aspects of their federal awards.
The Center offers targeted virtual and onsite TTA, a Virtual Support Center, collaborative needs assessments, and more to enhance existing financial management and support grantee award implementation.
The Tribal Resource Tool: Resources for Survivors of Crime and Abuse
U.S. Department of Justice: Tribal Access Program for National Crime Information (TAP)
TAP fosters the exchange of critical data with Tribal law enforcement through national crime information systems. Through TAP, Tribal law enforcement agencies are better able to protect victims of domestic violence, register sex offenders, keep guns out of dangerous hands, and help locate missing people.
Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC): Tribal Victim Assistance
VictimLaw is a unique and groundbreaking resource, which offers user-friendly access to thousands of victims' rights statutes (state and federal), Tribal laws, constitutional amendments, court rules, and administrative code provisions. VictimLaw is managed by the OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center.