OVW administers a Technical Assistance Program to provide OVW grantees with the training, expertise, and problem-solving strategies they need to meet the challenges of addressing sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, sex trafficking, and stalking. OVW’s technical assistance projects offer in-person and online educational opportunities, peer-to-peer consultations, on-site visits, and tailored assistance for OVW grantees and potential grantees.
Remembering we have indigenous solutions to our problems, Red Wind's role is to help you be successul in your efforts.
Red Wind staff
Red Wind is available to work with OVW Tribal Government grantee programs, Tribal College Campuses (grantees and non-grantees); and urban Native and non-Native programs to aid in the development of native/tribal specific options in your response to domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking dating violence and sex trafficking.
Red Wind has three TTA projects:
Developing and implementing responses that can include tribal justice, crisis responses for victims, emergency shelter and transitional housing, civil legal services for victims, education and prevention, responses for children and youth, supervised visitation, policies and codes, and missing and murdered Indigenous people.
Developing and implementing holistic responses to sexual assault on Tribal College Campuses.
Developing and building collaborations for responses for urban Native survivors.