ITCN provides Domestic Violence resources, services, and benefits to Native American families in need.
INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE?
“Intimate partner” refers to a current or former person you shared intimacy with. This might include a spouse, partner, or someone you dated.
Intimate Partner Violence refers to any behavior within an intimate relationship that causes physical, psychological, or sexual harm within a relationship.
Intimate Partner Violence can include the following behaviors:
Hitting, slapping, kicking, beating, and other forms of physical violence.
EMOTIONAL (PSYCHOLOGICAL) ABUSE
Insults, belittling, intimidation, manipulation, threats, and other forms of emotional abuse.
Forced sexual intercourse and other forms of sexual coercion.
A pattern of repeated contact and unwanted attention that would cause fear to the victim.
Isolation, restricting access to resources such as: employment, medical care, education, and financial resources.
Types of assistance may include:
• Utility Assistance
• Safety Planning
• Court Document Assistance
The Domestic Violence intake must be completed within 30 days of incident or have ongoing contact with abuser.
Applicants must cooperate with domestic violence advocate, policies, and ITCN staff.
Contact the Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada and to speak with one of the advocates, then complete an intake.
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