Seneca-Cayuga Nation Violence Prevention Program
Director of Violence Prevention Program/Advocate
(918) 787-5452 ext. 108
Betty King Dry
Out Reach Advocate
(918) 787-5452 ext. 107
The Seneca-Cayuga Nation Violence Prevention Program provides assistance for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual assault.
WE CAN HELP YOU WITH:
- Assistance with Protective Orders
- Counseling for Clients
- Help with Children
- Assistance with Emergency Safe Shelter
- Court Support
- Legal Assistance
- Employment Assistance
If someone you know is a victim of crime, call us.
Call (918) 787-5452 ext. 107, 108
ALL SERVICES ARE FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL
In 2014, the Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board identified 107 individuals (93 victims and 14 perpetrators) who lost their lives in Oklahoma as result of domestic violence.
Presentations and trainings available for:
- Tribal/Community groups
- Parent groups
Program goals and objectives are:
- To decrease the number of violent crimes (sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking committed against Indian women and girls.
- To enhance services that are available to help Indian women and adolescent girls who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
- To strengthen the capacity of Indian Tribes to use their sovereign authority to respond to crimes of violence against Indian women.
- To serve adult, youth and child victims of sexual assault, as well as family and household members of victims and those collaterally affected by the victimization with the exception of the perpetrator and to engage in strategic planning to increase the safety of Indian women.
An Outreach Advocate provides all public information and education/trainings as well as community education seminars. The topics of education/trainings include:
- The cycle of domestic violence and ways to break the cycle
- Teen dating violence
- Sexual assault and stalking