Places that Help: Oklahoma
Programs for Native Americans
Apache Tribe of Oklahoma, Violence Free Living Center
The Apache Violence-Free Living Program is a government agency of the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma, and it provides services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking throughout a seven-county area in south central
Oklahoma. Any victim—Indian or non-Indian— may seek confidential assistance from the program. In addition to victim advocacy and counseling, the program offers financial assistance, transportation to court and shelter, and referrals to various other community agencies.
Oklahoma Indian Legal Services
4200 Perimeter Center Drive, Suite 222
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
(405) 943-OILS (6457)
OILS specializes in the areas of law that impact Indian people because they are members of a federally-recognized tribe. These cases include the Indian Child Welfare Act, probate on restricted lands, wills for elderly Indians on trust or restricted land, Indian housing issues, tribal sovereignty issues, and individual rights. OILS also provides community education about Indian law issues to Native American groups, tribal employees, and attorneys and judges nationally.
Osage Nation Counseling Center
Provides comprehensive, affordable support for those needing treatment/recovery services, or family violence services.
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