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Ozha Wahbeganniss: Exploring Supervised Visitation & Exchange Services in Native American Communities
Prepared By Lauren J. Litton, JD, I.S.P. Consulting
and Oliver J.Williams, Ph.D. Executive Director, Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

Native American Communities
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PDF: 4 MB/24 pages

Supervised visitation and exchange services for families who have experienced intimate partner violence is a needed resource for tribal communities. This report highlights recommendations stemming from discussion groups held with Native American professionals and consumers about how these services can be created in a way that both meets the needs of families and is valued by the community.

Concepts in Creating Culturally Responsive Services for Supervised Visitation Centers
Prepared by Dr. Oliver J. Williams

Supervised Visitation Center
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PDF: 3 MB/ 36 pages

This report was developed to assist Office on Violence Against Women Supervised Visitation Center (SVC) and Safe Exchange program grantees in examining how they serve culturally diverse populations. A major goal of this report is to encourage Supervised Visitation grantees to reflect on the good work they already do and to consider how they can enhance their efforts to support diverse populations in the context of court-referred supervised visitation when domestic violence is an issue.