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Institute for Indian Development, Inc. – Domestic Violence Program

The Institute for Indian Development's mission is to assist women, men, and children who are survivors of family violence; including emotional, economic, sexual, and physical abuse. The Program provides safe shelters, supportive services, and diversified continuum of services focused on safety, empowerment, and self-sufficiency. The Institute raises awareness, provides services, and educates community members about domestic violence.

Ages Served

  • 18-60 years
  • 60+ years
  • Genders Served

  • Female
  • Male
  • Transgender
  • Gender Nonbinary
  • Crime Types Served

  • Bullying
  • Child Exposed to Violence
  • Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner)
  • Harassment
  • Sexual Assault
  • Stalking
  • Violation of a Court (Protective) Order
  • Services Provided

  • Counseling/Mental Health/Emotional Assistance
  • Domestic Violence Response
  • Employment/Education Assistance
  • Financial Assistance
  • General Support
  • Hotline/Information and Referrals
  • Housing (Emergency/Short-Term)
  • Safety Planning
  • Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Response
  • Transportation Assistance (Relocation)
  • Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-direct)
  • Provider Details

    Hours of Operation: 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

    Email: lchaisson@itcla.com

    Website: http://itcla.org/domestic-violence/

    Phone Number: (985) 275-0779

    Additional Information

    Parental Consent: Yes

    Does this organization have a confidentiality policy?: Yes

    Is this organization tribal affiliated: Yes

    Does this organization employee AI/AN staff: Yes

    Is this organization a member of a state domestic violence or sexual assault coalition?: No

    Does this organization provide traditional healing?: No

    Does this organization provide advocates to appear in tribal courts?: Yes

    What populations are able to access services?: Access to Services Requires a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood/Degree of Alaska Native Blood

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