THE MONTANA NATIVE WOMEN'S COALITION

 

We are the Indigenous Circle of Seven relations with a common goal while honoring each tribe's spirituality and culture.

 

We provide collaborative, cohesive, and respectful efforts to end domestic and sexual violence within the Native American Nations and the State of Montana.

OUR MISSION:

To improve urban, rural, and Native American community responses to victims of domestic and sexual violence. The Montana Native Women's Coalition has added purpose of bringing together Native American leaders and representatives from state agencies that manage and administer state and federal funding for domestic violence and programming in Montana, to improve coordination, access, and resources for native women and tribal programs. 

OUR WORK:

  • Provide Training

  • Provide Technical Assistance

  • Work closely with tribal programs, representatives, and communities to raise awareness, improve access to resources, improve communications between all systems; both tribal, state, and federal

  • Assess needs in each tribal community

  • Provide policy updates to programs, coalition members, and communities

  • Serve as a liaison to the Montana State Legislature, policy makers, and stakeholders to inform them of the needs of tribal communities and needed change for victims and their children

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THE

MONTANA

NATIVE WOMEN'S COALITION

711 Central Ave, Suite 123

Billings, MT  59102

Phone: 406-969-2552

Fax: 406-894-2513

As a coalition, we do not provide emergency or direct services.
 

 

Need help now?

Call:1-800-352-7449

If you are in an unsafe situation or need immediate assistance: Dial 911

 

WE ARE A 501C3 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION. 

 

YOUR GENEROSITY HELPS SUSTAIN OUR PROGRAMS 

This project was supported by Grant No.
2017-IW-AX-0018 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions,
findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s)
and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice.