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.

At CSVANW, we are examining how tribal (community-based) adults learn so that we can better develop our training curriculums and programs to be more responsive to the needs of our communities. We are working to foster responsible, respectful, tribal-centered domestic violence and sexual assault trainings built off of community-based values, experiences, and culturally-based processes… all of which include cultivating collective understandings, practices, protocols, insights and the many relationships we have with not only our families, communities, tribes, and Pueblos… but also the relationships we have with the land, water, and our connections to tradition and culture.

The following calendar displays CSVANW training and event opportunities. These dates have been selected to avoid conflicts with other major events conducted by sister organizations and tribal communities, i.e. Pueblo feast days, tribal holidays, NCAI events, NIWRC trainings, etc. These trainings are made possible by funding from the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, Grant #2017-IW-AX-0015 and the State of New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department Grant #16-690-18897.