The Internet can be a helpful tool in finding supportive resources and information on domestic violence and healthy relationships. Here are some helpful links to culturally-appropriate organizations, publications and related resources.
Downloadable StrongHearts Materials for Print:
- General Information Brochure (with crop marks)
- Awareness Poster With Tear Off Tabs (with crop marks)
- Palm Card (with crop marks)
- Safety Guide from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
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- Violence Against Native Women is Not Traditional booklet from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, originally from Sacred Circle National Resource Center to End Violence Against Native Women
- Webinar: “Why Do Women Stay” from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
- What To Do When You Are Raped from the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center
- Relationship articles, blog posts and videos from We R Native
- Video: Two-Spirited/LGBTQ Voices: Lenny’s Story from Tate Topa Consulting, LLC
- Violence Against Native Women is Not Traditional video – Whisper Kish
- When the Legal System Fails You – Womenslaw.org
- Advocate! Beyond Shelter Doors Newsletter from the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
- Turtle Talk blog from the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University
- Talking to Children about Domestic Violence from the National Domestic Violence Hotline Blog
- Blog from the National Domestic Violence Hotline
- Safety for Native Women: VAWA and American Indian Tribes – book by Jacqueline Agtuca & Dorma Sahneyah
- Getting Free: A Handbook for Women in Abusive Relationships – Ginny NiCarthy
- The Verbally Abusive Relationship: How to Recognize It and How to Respond – Patricia Evans
- Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men – Lundy Bancroft
- The Beginning and End of Rape: Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America – Sarah Deer
- Sharing Our Stories of Survival: Native Women Surviving Violence – Sarah Deer
- Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence: A Workbook for Women – Mari McCaig & Edward S. Kubany
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