Sexual Violence

1 in 3 Native women is sexually assaulted.

What is sexual violence? Sexual violence means that someone forces or manipulates someone else into unwanted sexual activity without their consent. Reasons someone might not consent include fear, age, illness, disability, and/or influence of alcohol or other drugs. Anyone can experience sexual violence including children, teens, adults, and elders. Those who sexually abuse can be acquaintances, family members, trusted individuals or strangers. *NSVRC.org

Hotlines/Helplines for sexual violence

Other resources for sexual violence

SANE/SART in Tribal Communities

  • Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility | PH: 928-674-7001
  • Tsehootsooi Medical Center – Fort Defiance Indian Hospital | 928-729-8600
  • Hopi Health Care Center | PH: 928-775-0669
  • Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation | PH: 928-607-9089
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