It’s no secret that poor and underprivileged children can end up homeless, on the streets and defenseless. When this happens, they are vulnerable to exploitation and hidden in plain sight are sex [...]
In Abusive Behaviors, Missing and Murdered, Native centered advocacy, Services for Native Survivors, Sexual AssaultPosted
Native people have a long history of exploitation and deserve to know about the increasing rates of human trafficking in America. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and StrongHearts [...]
In the early months of winter, the number of daylight hours gets noticeably shorter and the nights longer. A change in season permeates the air with the sweet smell of fallen leaves and the air [...]
In Domestic Violence Awareness, Domestic Violence in Indian Country, Missing and Murdered, Native centered advocacy, Services for Native Survivors, UncategorizedPosted
In November, National Native American Heritage Month raises awareness about our history, our present-day struggles and our hope for the future
In Abusive Behaviors, Domestic Violence Awareness, Domestic Violence in Indian Country, Family Violence, Services for Native Survivors, Trust and RespectPosted
Native American Elders A Native American is usually considered an elder when they are above the age of 60 to 65, although it varies from tribe to tribe.
In Abusive Behaviors, Domestic Violence Awareness, Domestic Violence in Indian Country, Family Violence, Native centered advocacy, Services for Native Survivors, Sexual Assault, Trust and Respect, Uncategorized, Unhealthy RelationshipsPosted
The parallels that can be drawn between colonialism and domestic violence can be seen through their definitions and through a review of Native American history. Having lived through genocide and [...]
The outbreak of coronavirus earlier this year left many mental health professionals concerned that stay-at-home orders and other safety measures designed to protect citizens from the pandemic [...]
When we think of April, we think of Springtime and a season of cleansing rains and warming temperatures. We think of rebirth and old vines becoming new. April is a perfect time to acknowledge [...]
In Abusive Behaviors, Domestic Violence in Indian Country, Native centered advocacy, Services for Native Survivors, Trust and Respect, Unhealthy RelationshipsPosted
Domestic violence and sexual violence do not discriminate.
In Abusive Behaviors, Dating Violence, Healthy Relationships, Native centered advocacy, Trust and Respect, Unhealthy RelationshipsPosted
I was in my second year of college when an old friend reached out to me. Not having seen him since middle school, I had no idea who he had become, what his interests were, or what he did for fun. [...]
“What does MMIW stand for?” There’s a growing movement in Indian Country to raise awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW).