The following resources may be useful for survivors, their relatives and friends.
- StrongHearts Native Helpline's online Chat Advocacy and Helpline (1-844-7NATIVE) for domestic violence and dating violence
- Lakota People's Law Project's MMIW Resource Guide
- National Indigenous Women's Resource Center’s Safety Guide
- National Indigenous Women's Resource Center’s Tribal Community Response When a Woman Is Missing: A Toolkit for Action
- Sovereign Bodies Institute's MMIWG2 & MMIP Organizing Toolkit
- National Indigenous Women's Resource Center's "Understanding Trauma and Mental Health in the Context of Domestic Violence Advocacy" webinar
- National Indigenous Women's Resource Center’s “Effective Use of the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUS) for Case Resolution” webinar
- Sovereign Bodies Institute's MMIWG2S Database
The following organizations, both Tribal and non-Tribal, are doing important work to combat violence against Native American people and the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons. You may visit their website to view all of their resources, reports, and other information. Included below is their direct contact information.