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.

Yá’át’ééh, shik’éí dóó shidine’é. Shí éí Hayley Domingo yinishyé. Kiyaa’áanii nishłį́, Táchii’nii bashishchiin. Ta’neeszahnii dashicheii. Kin ł ichii’nii dashinalí. Ákót’éego diné asdzáán nishłį́. 

Hello, my family and my people, my name is Hayley Domingo. I am from The Towering House clan and born for The Red Running into the Water People clan. My maternal grandfathers are from The Tangle clan, and my paternal grandfathers are from The Red House clan.

I am originally from Torreon, a reservation located northwest of New Mexico. I lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico for more than more than 30 years. I recently got my Associates in Arts degree for Human Services in December of 2018. 

I chose to work at the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) so, I could learn and understand more about what our Native American women have been going through in our country. Plus, CSVANW chose me to work with them, so I can gain more work experience in a professional office, which I am greatly thankful for to them. 

After I complete my work experience training here at CSVANW, I wish to take with me more skills and experiences to better myself on becoming a role model for my community and my family.

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