Red Wind Consulting’s Vision is to strengthen Tribal programs and Native organizations' ability to develop and enhance local responses to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and sex trafficking through training and tribal technical assistance.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
800-799-7233 (SAFE)
TTY 800-787-3224


National Sexual Assault Hotline
800-656-4673
connects you to a local rape crisis program near your phone area code

National Human Trafficking Resource Center - Polaris Project
(888) 373-7888
SMS: 233733 (Text "HELP" or "INFO")
National Teen Dating Violence Helpline
1-866-331-9474
Text: loveis to 22522
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Elder respect is part of our culture so there is increased shame when we fail.
Listening Session participant
In many cultures, elders preserve traditions and share wisdom to help ensure community permanency and balance. Indigenous1 communities often hold elders in a unique and important social position. Elders are mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, aunties, uncles, brothers and sisters. They are also advisors, teachers, healers, spiritual leaders and connectors to the past and future.
Despite strong traditions, tribal communities have not been immune from abuse in later life. Education about its existence, and the design of culturally meaningful interventions, remains in its early stages.
Reclaiming What is Sacred: Addressing Harm to Indigenous Elders and Developing a Tribal Response to Abuse in Later Life is the result of a collaboration between the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life, Red Wind Consulting, Inc. and ISP Consults.
OVW TRIBAL TA
Children and Youth Technical Assistance (TA)
for Grants to Tribal Governments
Webinar SCHEDULE available! Accesses archived webinars.
TA activities to enhance your work:
  • Webinar Series
  • Children and Youth Tribal National Conference (est. Spring 2016)
  • On-site training at your location (as requested)
  • One-to-one consultation, resource identification, and problem solving via phone or web conference (as requested)
Products being created:
  • Posters for use in public education
  • Children and Youth services guide book
Contact us using our webform with any questions or requests you may have.
Upcoming Webinars

Below is a schedule of webinars.
Use this registration link.
Introduction to Children and Youth Exposure to Domestic Violence
Sandy Davidson, Praxis International
>>completed

Teen Dating Violence
Cinnamon Ronneng, Red Wind Consulting
>>completed

Youth Victims of Stalking
Wyanet Tasker, Red Wind Consulting
>>completed

Children and Youth Specific Advocacy
Sandy Davidson, Praxis International
>>completed

LGBTIQ Specific Youth Advocacy
Jessica Danforth, Native Youth Sexual Health Network
>>completed
Incorporating Elders and Traditional Healing for Children and Youth
Debbie Manuel, Morning Star Leadership Foundation
>>completed

Engaging Teen Boys
Don Chapin, Crossroads Nonviolence Education
June 7, 2016 @ 2pm EST

Sexual Assault and Violence in Native Youth Populations
Wyanet Tasker, Red Wind Consulting
June 23, 2016 @ 2pm EST

Completed Webinars can be accessed on our Talking Stick Webinar Archive page.
This project is supported by Grant No. 2014-TA-AX-K047 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
Shelter and Transitional Housing is an important response to safety and provides options for women who are seeking safety following domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or dating violence. No one size fits any community. There are some basic ideas about the intent of shelter and transitional housing responses, yet our indigenous identity will go a long way to shaping what a shelter or transitional housing program looks like in the community.

Creating Sister Space is a new resource available for download that will assist Tribal and Native specific programs in the development of their shelter and transitional housing program.
“There’s a recognition that power comes from within. It comes from having knowledge and vision. The sun has power. The wind has power. We have the power to bring forth and nurture new life. That’s the power Mother Earth has. There’s the power of love.” (Washinawatok, 1995)
This project was supported by Grant No. 2010-ET-S6-K003 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this program are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.