The following OVC and OVC-sponsored programs provide training and technical assistance to help improve victim services for American Indians/Alaska Natives or support OVC grantees.
American Indian/Alaska Native and Tribal Set-Aside Training Technical Assistance Program
This program supports current OVC grantees to increase the capacity of tribal communities to provide comprehensive and culturally appropriate services to victims of crime, their families, and the community.
The Center provides data-informed, culturally humble, victim-centered training and technical assistance and resources to support American Indian and Alaska Native communities as they successfully manage the financial aspects of their federal awards. The Center offers onsite technical assistance or virtual assistance.
Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC): Tribal Victim Assistance
This OVC TTAC resource provides information and tools to support the efforts of tribal victim advocates, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, and others to develop a victim-centered response to crime victims in tribal communities.
This OVC program offers customized coaching to assist with starting, supporting, or growing anti-trafficking work. The Center’s no-cost human trafficking support is intended to provide immediate and sustainable benefits to tribes with minimal demands on their time.