Survivor Outreach Services

“Violence against women is not a Native Tradition.”

The Survivor Outreach Services Program at the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Department of Human Services provides a variety of services to all Native American women and girls and non-native intimate partners of a Native American.  Services are available regardless of age and tribal affiliation, for those experiencing domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.

Violence and abuse are any acts of physical violence, emotional and verbal abuse, threats, isolation, intimidation, cultural/ritual abuse, sexual abuse, and/or economic control.

All people have a right to a life free of violence and fear.

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Assistance may include the following:

  • Problem Solving and Safety Planning

  • Cultural Advocacy

  • Non-emergency transportation

  • Therapy Assistance

  • Emergency Food vouchers

  • Relocation

  • Clothing

  • Toiletries

  • Advocacy and Referrals

  • Court Accompaniment

  • Assistance with Personal Protection Orders

For additional information and services please contact:

Department of Human Services: (231)242-1620

Keely Frye, Victim’s Advocate: (231) 242-1629

Stacey Ettawageshik, DV Project Coordinator: (231) 242-1628

Women’s Resource Center 24 hour crisis line: (231) 347-0082   Long Distance (800)275-1995