As a tribal coalition, CSVANW does not provide emergency or direct services.  If you are in an unsafe situation or need immediate assistance please dial 911.

screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-2-26-06-pmUnveiled this week is the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women’s new project: “The Resilience That is Us” handmade Legacy Wall. In celebration of CSVANW’s 20 year anniversary, its expanding team and new offices, CSVANW is kicking off a community art project aimed at highlighting the work of its mission.

The Resilience That is Us is a handmade ceramic tile legacy wall installation that will memorialize and honor the resilience, strength and spirit of our Native women and children who have been impacted by violence. It will be a reminder, to everyone who visits the CSVANW offices, of the legacy we are creating- the partnerships, collaborations and relationships that CSVANW is building to move the Coalition forward and work to collectively support our Native women and children.

CSVANW is inviting donors, communities, families,  partner agencies and organizations to individualize a tile in honor of a Native woman or child affected by violence or in honor of an organization who serves our Native women and children who has been affected by violence.

Become a permanent part of CSVANW’s new home and its legacy!

For more information, or to request an order form, contact CSVANW today! Deadline to create a tile is October 14, 2016!


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