Victim Services: Promising Practices in Indian Country, November 2004 banner
November 2004

Document Summary

This monograph describes promising practices for meeting the needs of victims of violence and domestic and family abuse in Indian Country. Each of the 12 program summaries includes a description of the program's activities, keys to its success, basic demographic data (e.g., service area and population), and contact information.

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Acknowledgments (PDF 78 kb)

Native Village of Emmonak (PDF 132 kb)

Big Lagoon Rancheria (PDF 155 kb)

Crow Creek Reservation (PDF 150 kb)

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians (PDF 155 kb)

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (PDF 153 kb)

Apache Tribe of Oklahoma (PDF 151 kb)

The Navajo Nation (PDF 142 kb)

Oglala Lakota Nation (PDF 165 kb)

Osage Nation (PDF 145 kb)

Pawnee Nation (PDF 151 kb)

Turtle Mountain Chippewa (PDF 130 kb)

Rosebud Lakota Tribe (PDF 154 kb)

Appendix A. Promising Practices (PDF 108 kb)

Appendix B. Resources (PDF 147 kb)

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