The Coordinated Indigenous Resource Center (CIRCLE) provides survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking with comprehensive, high quality, culturally competent and effective legal representation throughout Oklahoma. Click to read who we helped and what services we were able to provide through our CIRCLE Project.Read More
Hear from Shandi Campbell (one of the NAAV’s contract attorneys) as she explains legislative changes this year and how it will affect tribal communities. Topics include: stalking, victim’s rights, classification of felony crimes, indigent defense, unlawful carry, human trafficking, second offenses, OK Discovery Code, Royal V Murphy, SQ 794, and VPO stats.Read More
A snippet of the unique challenges that the LGBTQ2 community faces and how that can translate into an increased amount of domestic and sexual violence.Read More
These are downloadable materials and information about the impact of sexual violence against Native women.Read More
February marks the beginning of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). This blog contains downloadable posters on TDVAM and resources on how to have open conversations about teen relationships.Read More
January is the National Human Trafficking Prevention Month and Stalking Awareness Month and this blog contains statistics, posters, and social media messaging to address this pervasive issue in Indian county.Read More
This blog goes into detail about why contributions to the NAAV are important.