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Portland Area Funded Projects 2009-2014
Domestic Violence Community Developed Models
Quileute Domestic Violence Prevention Program
The Quileute Domestic Violence Prevention Program will establish a domestic violence coordinated community response team, provide on-site victim advocacy services, and organize a public awareness campaign on the Quileute Indian Reservation.
Sexual Assault Community Developed Models
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
The NPAIHB will build the capacity of tribal communities to respond to sexual assault by using culturally appropriate, evidence-based approaches with trained victim advocates, community members, and response teams.