Providing resources and assistance to Native American families experiencing family violence in the urban and rural Nevada Communities
To provide safe resources for American Indian/Alaskan Native families experiencing issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault or other victimization by maintaining the highest level of confidentiality, quality advocacy and promoting culturally based outreach and awareness to tribal communities statewide.
The ITCN Family Violence Prevention Program offers a variety of services that can assist you with specific needs.
Emergency and temporary services to Native victims of intimate partner violence.
Services to Native victims of all sexual assault-related crimes.
Assistance to Native victims and their families who have suffered from crimes against their person.
The Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada, Inc., Family Violence Prevention Program provides the following resources to Native victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, dating violence, crime, stalking, and more. View our full list of resources available for your needs.
Keep up to date with the Family Violence Prevention Program’s latest events.
Our team can provide educational presentations for agencies to build awareness on Native-focused data and program resources to combat domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, dating violence, crime, and more.
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