Domestic Violence

 

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence is a pattern of coercive control of an intimate partner founded in violence. This can include physical, sexual, psychological, emotional or economic abuse.  Each form places the victim at risk of injury and possibly death.  The intent of these actions is to gain control by making the partner feel subordinate, incompetent, worthless and fearful.

Prevention and outreach activities within the community are available as well as confidential survivor support services. Support available for crisis planning, safety planning, advocacy, case management and more.

Contact Information:

  • Address: 401 N Arch St, Reserve, KS 66434
  • Phone: 785-742-4708

Honor the Circle.

Honor Your Family.

Violence against native women is not traditional.

We have a heritage to be proud of.

An important part of that heritage is creating a peaceful home through care, respect, and honor.

If you have problems with abuse, reach out for help.

 

Violence Against Native Women: Battering