How to Use the Tribal Resource Tool
Victim Assistance to Support Tribes (VAST), a center within the National Center for Victims of Crime, shares a new video on how to use the Tribal Resource Tool.
The Tribal Resource Tool is an online map and resource directory of diverse resources for American Indian and Alaskan Native (AI/AN) victims and survivors of crime and abuse.
The Tribal Resource Tool is funded by the Office for Victims of Crime, sharing over 1,000+ resources across the country.
Resources such as, but not limited to: Tribal Victim Service Programs, Tribal Coalitions, Tribal Courts, Law Enforcement, Domestic Violence Shelters (Tribal & Non-Tribal), Behavioral Health Resources and Substance Abuse Treatment Centers, are accessed by over 17,000+ advocates, victims, and survivors a year.
Access resources on or off Tribal lands, (Reservations, Tribal Communities, Urban Indian Communities, Alaskan Villages, adjacent cities and towns) for victims and survivors of all ages and all crime types via the Tribal Resource Tool.
This video walks users how to use the Tribal Resource Tool, which you can access here.