• Beaded wrap with Envision Our World Without Violence
  • Women
  • Flower Aplique dance shawl with We Have Indigenous Solutions to Our Problems
  • Collection of personal made Smash Books with @redwind
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2022 TRAINING SCHEDULE.
  • SATI October 24 - 28, 2022
  • DATI November 7 - 11, 2022

You can also check out our National Tribal Advocate Center page.
Sexual Assault Tribal Advocate Institute
(SATI)

40-hour training

SATI provides training to build the critical framework for Tribal Sexual Assault Advocates to effectively and appropriately respond to sexual assault survivors in their communities. The training includes crisis intervention, understanding trauma and decolonizing trauma, cultural supports for long-term healing Informed consent, confidentiality and mandated reporting, challenging issues, working with the Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner, and working with the criminal justice response.

Domestic Assault Tribal Advocate Institute (DATI)
40-hour training

DATI provides tribal advocates with a native-specific approach to providing advocacy for survivors of Domestic Violence. Advocates will incorporate a decolonized trauma-centered approach to advocacy that builds on tribal values and beliefs in providing advocacy. The training includes the dynamics of Domestic Violence and the role of the Advocate, Advocate confidentiality, domestic violence and its impact on children, dangerousness and managing safety, technology safety, VAWA protections, and Community Response.
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This project was supported by Grant No. 2018-TA-AX-K003 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.

We are pleased to announce the release of a website dedicated to supporting Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) in developing their holistic responses to sexual assault. 

Honoring Our Spirit, Tribal College Campus Technical Assistance website is a place where Tribal campuses can go to access resources and information on how to support their work addressing sexual assault, how to participate in webinars, and download materials. Tribal campuses can also make requests to Red Wind Consulting to receive customized consultation, training, and support to their campus with no fees charged to them. The website is located at https://tribalcampus.org

Red Wind developed the Tribal College Campus (TCC) Slack Networking Forum as a place where TCU staff can come together to share and exchange ideas about their holistic responses to sexual assault on campus. Red Wind will participate in the discussions, and post announcements and resources for events available to Tribal Colleges and Universities. Tribal College Campus (TCC) Slack Networking Forum can be found at https://tribalcampus.org/resources/TCC_slack_forum.

Red Wind is also developing Our Spirit, a phone app for TCU students and faculty/staff that brings helpful information about responding to sexual assault on campus on their phones. It will be available via both iPhone and Android phones covering topics such as information about sexual assault, self-care, resource links, information for friends, student victim rights, reporting obligations, and how to support students who have been sexually assaulted. The app is projected to be available in the fall of 2021.

For more information email Raquel DeHerrera at raquel@red-wind.net or through our general email at tribalcampus@red-wind.net.

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Our Training and Technical Assistance is partnered with the Office on Violence against Women through cooperative agreement.

Red Wind Consulting, Inc.
Phone: (833) 719-9463
Email: info@red-wind.net
Website:
red-wind.net

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