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NEW! NAAV has compiled a list of links to Oklahoma statutes relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault programs. Please take a moment a review our new page: Oklahoma Statutes.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Check out what tribal programs are doing below!
Welcome To NAAV
Created in 2009, the Native Alliance Against Violence (NAAV), is a nonprofit organization operating as Oklahoma’s only tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalition. The NAAV serves Oklahoma’s federally recognized tribes and their tribal programs that provide victims with the protection and services they need to pursue safe and healthy lives.
We Have Moved
The NAAV has officially moved into its new offices on the beautiful campus of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. Our new contact information is below:Physical Address: 300 Kellogg Drive Mailing Address: P. O. Box 5507 Boomer Outreach #136 Norman, OK 73070 Norman, OK 73072 Telephone: 405-325-4070 FAX: 888-231-5714
Tribal Domestic Violence Awareness Events:
October 22, Hugo, OK. “1st Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk.” Hosted by the Choctaw Nation Project Empower & Victims Assistance.
October 22, McCloud, OK. “Annual Domestic Violence Walk.” Hosted by the Kickapoo Tribe of Oklahoma Family Violence Program.
October 23, Perkins, OK. “Flowers on the Pond.” Hosted by the Iowa Tribe Victim Services Unit.
Flowers on the Pond (PDF)
October 24, Lawton, OK. “Training on Lethality Assessment Protocol and Protection Orders.” Hosted by the Comanche Nation Women’s Shelter, Comanche Nation Law Enforcement and Native Alliance Against Violence.
October 25, Anadarko, OK. “Zombies Walk/Run to Stop the Violence.” Hosted by the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma Violence.Free Living Program.
Zombie Walk_Run (PDF)
October 25, Seminole, OK. “Seminole Banquet and Quilt Auction.” Hosted by the Seminole Nation Domestic Violence Program.
October 28, Shawnee, OK. “Break the Barriers of Domestic Violence.” Hosted by the Absentee Shawnee Tribe Domestic Violence Department.
October 28, Okmulgee, OK. “Screening of Telling Amy’s Story.” Hosted by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention Program.
October 30, Okmulgee, OK. “Purple Out on October 30th.” Hosted by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Family Violence Prevention Program.