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American Indian Development Associates, LLC

Overview

The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) with assistance from American Indian Development Associates, LLC (AIDA) is gathering information for the development of an Alaska Native Tribal Resource Center on Domestic Violence (ANTRCDV). The primary purpose in developing this resource center is to increase village-based system responses of Alaska’s 229 federally recognized tribes to family violence, domestic violence and dating violence. System responses include activities to develop victim services, other intervention/prevention efforts, and public awareness, strengthen policies, procedures or approaches and tribal laws (written and unwritten) as determined by each village to reduce disparities within Alaska Native Villages and communities.

As part of the design and development of the ANTRCDV, AIDA will be conducting a research roundtable to identify the information and research needs of Alaska Native tribes and villages that would help determine training and technical assistance needs of local response teams (LRT) in addressing domestic violence in Alaska tribes and villages. This facilitated discussion will focus on gaining information on current concerns, addressing barriers important cultural based practices and/or approaches, policy and the types of resources needed to build a successful local response team.

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