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About the Project

The Office for Victims of Crime of the U.S. Department of Justice has funded the National Center for Victims of Crime, National Congress of American Indians, and Tribal Law and Policy Institute to create a web-based resource mapping tool that would:

  • Provide a listing of all services available for AI/AN survivors of crime and abuse and
  • Help identify gaps in services so those can be addressed.

Since January 2016, the project team has gathered input from stakeholders across Indian Country and urban Indian communities about the design and content of the tool. Over 100 stakeholders are being engaged through web-meetings, in-person meetings, and focus groups.

The tool will launch in early 2018, and will include services for:

  • all ages of AI/AN survivors and victims
  • all forms of victimization
  • all locations (on or off reservations, in areas that are remote, rural, urban, or suburban)
  • all needs of victims, including justice, safety, healing, and support

Help us continue to engage others in this important project by sharing information widely and asking the appropriate providers to fill out our inclusion survey

Complete the Provider Inclusion Form

Our current focus is:

  • AI/AN victim service providers
  • coalitions
  • tribal leadership
  • non-tribal specific service providers
  • national hotlines
  • governmental agencies
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