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Responses for Urban Native Programs Training and Technical Assistance (RUN-TTA)
Red Wind provide's training and technical assistance on improving victim services and justice responses for American Indian and Alaska Native populations residing within urban areas with a focus on addressing the unique challenges experienced by Native victims and improving coordination and service provision between both non-tribal and tribal organizations.
Target population: OVW grantees and potential grantees, including urban Native and non-Native programs.
Red Wind can provide customized training and technical assistance:
  • 1-to-1 assistance tailored to the needs of your urban program;
  • Facilitated work sessions;
  • Assistance providing planning, developing strategies, growing your culturally centered response for urban Native victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and stalking; and
  • Development of materials to support your urban Native response.
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Announcing two new products!
This Fact Sheet provides easy to read information in a clear format that demonstrates the populations Native Americans residing in urban areas.
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Native Americans are a nearly invisible population in urban areas across the United States and they possess a unique legal status that many non-Natives have little to no understanding about. Sadly, this makes working with this population potentially quite harmful. This Fact Sheet provides basic information about unique legal issues Urban Native Survivors are faced with.
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RUN-TTA Training
  1. Conduct on-site technical assistance for six to eight urban locations on developing new strategies for improved coordination, increased understanding of culture and traditions for holistic responses, and improved services for victims.
  2. Host RUN-TA Project training sessions/events. Working with OVW to identify pre-existing events to offer one-hour to full day trainings.
This project was supported by Grant No. 2019-TA-AX-K021 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.