TTA is provided through a cooperative agreement with the Office on Violence against Women.
Tailored Assistance for Current & Potential OVW Grantees
Distance and In-person Support
Educational Webinars (Live & Archived)
Fact Sheets, Manuals, & Tool Kits
What is Training & Technical Assistance (TA)?
Red Wind OVW Tribal Technical Assistance (TTA)
Culturally centered strategies, training, and support to end violence against Native women.
OVW administers a Technical Assistance Program that provides OVW grantees, Tribal College Campuses (grantees and non-grantees), and urban Native and non-Native programs with the training, expertise, and problem-solving strategies needed to address sexual assault, domestic and dating violence, sex trafficking, and stalking among native women.
Red Wind Has Three TTA Projects:
״Remembering we have indigenous solutions to our problems, Red Wind's role is to help you be successful in your efforts.״
- Red Wind Staff
Our Job is to Help You Be Successful!
Red Wind works with OVW Tribal Government grantee programs, Tribal College Campuses (grantees and non-grantees), and to aid in the development of native/tribal specific options in your response to domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking dating violence and sex trafficking. We administer three TTA projects:
Tribal Governments Comprehensive TTA:
Developing and implementing responses to the needs of urban Native survivors, including tribal justice; education and prevention; crisis responses for victims; emergency shelter and transitional housing; civil legal services for victims; responses for children and youth; supervised visitation; policies and codes; and missing and murdered Indigenous people.
Additional Red Wind Programs
A Sub-award through Cornell University: Assisting tribes in developing a coordinated community response to ensuring the safety of elders.