Náwinĉhakinĝin - Stands Up for the People
CRST Family Violence Prevention Services
P.O. Box 590
Eagle Butte, SD 57625
Office Phone: (605) 964-2475
24 HR Crisis Line: (605) 964-2472
Office Fax: (605) 964-1204
Deanna Gomez, Shelter Director
Lee Morrison, Women Shelter Advocate
Rita Shaving, Women Shelter Advocate
Legal Lay Advocate, Vacant
Legal Liaison Advocate, Vacant
Shanalaya Dyda, Women Shelter Advocate
Woman Shelter Advocate, Vacant
LuAnne Oas, Office Manager
Darcy Morrison, Data Tech/Receptionist
Sexual Assault Advocates, Vacant (2)
Women Shelter Advocate, Vacant
Outreach Advocate, Vacant
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Náwinĉhakinĝin - Stands Up for the People, The CRST Family Violence Prevention and Services Program
Mission: To provide, education, awareness, assistance, and shelter safety for victims and their dependents.
We are continuing to serve victims and their dependents during the COVID Pandemic.
Vision: Our vision is to create and promote violent-free family units, that will be loving, joyful, peaceful, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control toward each other and other Tiospayes.
About the Domestic Violence Program
Family Violence Prevention and Services Act - The Federal Congress approved the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act in 1984. This created a grant for states to assist in establishing, maintaining, and expanding domestic violence programs and projects to prevent family violence and to provide immediate shelter and related assistance to victims of family violence and their dependents.
Shelter (If available)
Food and Gas Vouchers
Accompany to Hospitals
Accompany to Court Hearings
Assist with completing Crime Victim Assistance Applications
Develop Safety Plan
Referrals to other Support Services
Victim Assistance Training Online
Learn more at www.ovcttac.gov/VATOnline
For Community Members wishing to be part of our volunteer program, in their community. They can choose to create an account and complete the basic advocacy-free training. They will acquire basic skills and knowledge they can use to assist victims of crime in their community. Person's that choose to volunteer will need to pass a background check and drug test first. Any questions please call the office at 964-2472.
Our Program Funding Sources: