Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC) – provides targeted technical assistance and training to develop and implement culturally-tailored training and TA for remote Native villages in Alaska. AKNWRC is dedicated to strengthening local, tribal government’s responses through community organizing efforts advocating for the safety of women and children in their communities and homes, especially against domestic and sexual abuse and violence with their Alaska Curriculum.
International Association of Forensic Nurses NICCSA Project supplements and supports the work of the Southwest Center for Law and Policy (SWCLAP) NICCSA project. IAFN NICCSA provides technical assistance and training for tribal communities to assist in enhancing or establishing sexual assault coordinated community response models such as a Sexual Assault Nurse/Forensic Examiner (SANE/SAFE) project or a Sexual Assault Response Team (SART); technical assistance and training to tribal governments and tribal courts on effective responses to sexual assault through web-based technology, regional training and on-site assistance; and on programming and services to address the unique environmental, cultural and traditional needs for Alaska tribal governments and villages.
Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition (MIWSAC) – strengthens Native women’s voices and builds resources to create awareness and eliminate sexual violence against Indian women and children, while working to influence social change and reclaim traditional values that honor the sovereignty of Indian women and children. MIWSAC programs include: the Tribal Coalition and Training and Technical Assistance to OVW Tribal Sexual Assault Services grantees, Project Beacon grantees.
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) – Through their comprehensive T/TA project, NCAI provides technical assistance, training and support to OVW Tribal Jurisdiction grantees and potential grantees to plan, develop and implement changes in their criminal justice systems necessary to exercise special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction.
Native Alliance Against Violence (NAAV) – through the DATA Collection, Utilization, and Program Assessment Project, NAAV assists OVW Tribal Government and Tribal Jurisdiction Program grantees, subgrantees, and potential grantees on data collection and how to use data to develop or enhance programs to effectively respond to domestic and sexual violence occurring within their communities.
The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) – serves as the National Indian Resource Center (NIRC) Addressing Domestic Violence and Safety for Indian Women. NIWRC supports culturally grounded, grassroots advocacy and provides national leadership to ending gender-based violence for American Indian and Alaska Native (Native) tribes, Native Hawaiians, and Tribal and Native Hawaiian organizations through the development of educational materials and programs, direct technical assistance and the development of local and national policy that builds the capacity of Native communities and strengthens the exercise of tribal sovereignty.
Red Wind Consulting, Inc. – Red Wind Consulting’s vision is to strengthen Tribal programs and Native organizations’ ability to develop and enhance local responses to domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through training and tribal technical assistance. Red Wind offers training on developing victim-centered and culturally appropriate shelters, safe homes, and transitional housing programs and technical assistance to build the capacity of Tribes in the development and implementation of their shelter, safe-home or transitional housing policies and procedures. They also provide technical assistance and training to assist grantees in working with Children and Youth, as well as Tribal College Campus (TCC) training and technical assistance, and provide comprehensive T/TA to Tribal Government Program grantees (as of 2022).
Qizhjeh Heritage Institute – (QHI) offers training and technical assistance (TTA) to provide OVW tribal program grantees and tribal coalitions with hands-on training and tools to design, develop and deploy communications materials to address violence against women in Native communities.
Southwest Center for Law and Policy (SWCLAP) – SWCLAP works across jurisdictions to develop comprehensive, interdisciplinary responses to violence in Indian country. Their staff of skilled trial attorneys has decades of experience working with tribal, state, and federal court systems and provides legal training and technical assistance to tribal communities and to organizations and agencies serving Native people. SWCLAP is the host of the National Tribal Trial College providing free legal training for attorneys, judges, law enforcement, advocates and community members on violence against Native women issues. Other projects include: the National Indian Country Clearinghouse on Sexual Assault and NICCSA Alaska, the National Indian Country Clearinghouse on Sexual Assault, specific to Alaska; as well as SAFESTAR, a tribal community sexual assault services training program.
Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) – TLPI facilitates the sharing of resources so that Indian Nations and tribal justice systems have access to cost effective resources which can be adapted to meet the individual needs of their communities. They strive to establish programs which link tribal justice systems with other academic, legal, and judicial resources such as law schools, Indian law clinics, tribal colleges, Native American Studies programs, Indian legal organizations and consultants, tribal legal departments, other tribal courts, and other judicial/legal institutions.