The TAT Victim Services, a nonprofit Native Program, has been created for the purpose of empowering individuals who are abused, victimized, in economic distress, in emotional crisis or in need of resources information and referral. The TAT Victim Services recognizes that lives of individuals and families cannot be separated from the life of the community, and will work towards increasing public awareness, and to provide educational services. The program acknowledges the importance and cooperation between the TAT Victim Services, Law Enforcement, Social Services, School Systems, Churches, Communities, and other Services Providers.
Our program is to help individuals that are in need from the effects of Domestic Violence.
Our Services include:
Women Are Sacred
All women in the world are like the different colored flowers of one meadow. All are beautiful. As children of the Creator, giver of life and source of all human life they must all be respected.
RIGHTS OF VICTIMS
A victim of domestic violence is entitled to any rights, granted to the victims of crime under Tribal Law, which may include the right to:
Be informed of all hearing dates and continuances.
Provide the court with a victim impact statement, victim opinion statement and an assessment of the risk of further harm.
Be present at sentencing and address the court.
Advice the court of conditions of probation and parole required to ensure the safety of the victim and other family and household members.
Restitution for losses sustained as a direct consequence of any criminal conduct.
Receive notice from the prosecutor when the prosecutor has decided to decline prosecution of the crime, to dismiss criminal charges filed against the alleged perpetrator, or to enter into a plea agreement
227 Main Street New Town ND 58763
Phone: 701-627-4171 Services available 24 hours.
Fax Number 701-627-4106
Office Hours: 8-4:30 M-F