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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
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence refers to a pattern of physical violence or sexual violence occurring within a domestic or family relationship committed by an intimate current or former partner. Generally domestic violence is seen in male/female or same sex partner relationships.
Domestic violence takes many forms. The most recognized form of domestic violence is physical violence which may include hitting, punching, slapping, strangling, kicking and so on.

The physical forms of domestic violence include sexual violence.

Domestic violence also includes a range of other actions intended to control.

These tactics include unnatural forms of power and control:

Isolation, intimidation, using children, emotional abuse, economic abuse, coercion and threats, minimizing, denying and blaming, cultural abuse, ritual abuse, male privilege and sexual abuse.

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It is important we examine our past and know where we were, understand how we got to be where we are today, and celebrate that the solutions to the problems of today can be found in our Traditions.
Karen Artichoker
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