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Haseya Advocate Program
office hours

The Haseya Crisis line is answered 9:00 to 3:00 daily. Advocates are available for walk-ins:
Monday 9:00 - 3:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 9:00 - 3:00
Thursday 9:00 - 3:00
Friday 9:00 - 12:00

Walk-ins are NOT available during COVID at this time.
The Haseya Advocate can help you learn about the different processes, help you fill out the forms, and file paperwork with the appropriate agency.
Contact the Haseya Advocate
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Haseya Advocate Program works to address violence against Native survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Haseya's vision is that every American Indian/Alaska Native woman will be treated with respect, honored as a sacred being, and have a safe and peaceful life.
As we heal ourselves, we heal our ancestors, and transform the future of our children
Dr Corrine Sanchez
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New mural in Colorado addresses violence against Indigenous women, girls, and Two Spirit individuals

On a hot summer morning, in a parking lot near the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, several vehicles have a common Colorado bumper sticker: an image of a Colorado license plate, proclaiming, in capital letters, “NATIVE.”

The stickers imply superiority for those who were born in Colorado, opposed to transplants from out-of-state.

But to literal Native peoples of Indigenous descent, non-Native settlers are all relative newcomers. What is now Colorado Springs was once inhabited, or frequented, by nearly fifty Native tribes that had trade and cultural ties to the area for hundreds to thousands of years before colonization.
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Oh woman, remember who you are. Woman, it is the whole earth
Joy Harjo