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CRIHB Domestic Violence Prevention Program Final Eval Report

Violence is a complex issue that impacts individuals, families, and communities, and requires innovative and multi-sector collaborative solutions. We conducted an evaluation of a 4-year Domestic Violence Prevention Program and explored the process and impact of program efforts in physical and sexual violence prevention and intervention. Our results indicate an increase in community and Tribal Health Program capacity to respond to and prevent domestic violence through enhanced organizational response, collaborative partnerships, and an increase in the number of domestic violence trained community members and clinicians. Our partnership with CRIHB and California Tribal Health Programs made these efforts possible.

Eastern Shoshone Recovery Strategic Plan 2021-2022

Every year ESR hosts a retreat for staff and invites the AKA team to join in a 2-3day planning session that captures accomplishments and plans for the upcoming year. These retreats are not what you would expect. This year we met at a remote cabin in Wyoming and enjoyed lots of laughs, excellent food, walks in nature, and we even watched Reservation Dogs. Over three days’ conversations shifted from our favorite movies and concerts to more serious topics like unresolved trauma, grief, loss, abstinence, and even paradigmatic differences in how people heal and recover. Our role is to advocates and support ESR’s overall strategic plan. We capture what is being said, identify strengths and weaknesses for each of the Medicine Wheel domains, and create recommendations and strategies that link the various ESR programs and funding with what staff need to be successful in the upcoming year. This report does not do the strategic planning retreat justice (you had to be there) but it does help ESR and our team be intentional in the work that we do and how we do it. #recovery #prevention

ESR Native Connections Year 1 Report
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