Enhancing the rights, resources, and respect for tribal victims and native communities hurt by crime.
TVS Crisis Hotline: 1-866-966-0173
Business Hours: 785-966-8330
Click here for an informational brochure on identifying abuse and steps to take toward safety.
There is no fee attached to any services provided by TVS.
Victim Advocates from Tribal Victim Services are trained to assist with immediate, essential needs created or not being met as a consequence of a crime.
Any victim of any crime living in Jackson county, Kansas or any adjacent county.
- Safety Planning
- Assistance with completing Protection from Abuse Order petitions
- Court accompaniment
- Hospital accompaniment
- Law Enforcement follow-ups
- On-scene crisis response with Law Enforcement
- Information and referrals
- Home visits
- Sexual Assualt Response/SAFESTAR: SAFESTARs are trained community partners that assist individuals who have experienced a sexual assault with information and referrals; the collection of forensic evidence subsequent to a sexual assault; developing safety plans; law enforcement, hospital, and court accompaniment; and other needs as expressed by the individual seeking assistance.
Eligibility: Sexual assault victims aged 16 and over living within the PBP Community
Click here for an information brochure on the SAFESTAR program.
- T.R.A.C.K.S. Safe Visit/Safe Exchange: Families with a history of domestic violence may be court ordered, social services directed, or self-referred to use SV/SE services to increase the safety of children and their parents while participating in visits. The program requires an orientation session for each family member and, if there is a court order for the visitation/exchange, a copy must be provided to the program prior to visits commencing.
Eligibility: Services are by appointment only and there is a small fee for the service.The SV/SE is located at the TRACKS house at 12573 158th Road near the intersection of Q and 158th Roads and can be reached by telephone at 785-966-2177.
T.R.A.C.K.S. Batterer Intervention Program: The program is designed to assist individuals who have used violence in their intimate relationships to recognize and address their beliefs and behaviors which enable their violence. The program curriculum consists of assessment, two orientation sessions, and 29 or 31 weeks of group sessions. Individuals can be court-ordered, social services directed, or self-referred for the program.
Eligibility: Initial assessment indicates need for BIP services. There is a fee for the assessment as well as for the groups. Assessments and orientations are by appointment only and the groups meet weekly on a regular schedule.The TRACKS BIP project is located at the TRACKS house at 12573 158th Road near the intersection of Q and 158th Roads and can be reached by telephone at 785-966-2177.
Click here for an information brochure on the T.R.A.C.K.S. program.