Support for Black and Indigenous Women! Links to get involved, how to support, donate, and get help.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is a nonprofit clearing house for all issues related to the prevention of and recovery from child victimization.
This hotline helps to find legal and social services for victims and survivors of Human Trafficking. They offer services and safety planning
The National Alliance on Mental Illness outlines the best ways to help search for missing persons and resources available.
The National Runaway Safeline offers calling, text, and email in order to receive support. They also offer an online forum and post events that are happening.
Sovereign Bodies Institute collects data and knowledge on gender and sexual violence against Indigenous people. This includes a database, MMIWG2, that logs cases of missing and murdered indigenous women, girls, and two spirit people, from 1900 to the present.
The Coalition focuses on building, educating, and growing within the tribal community. They do training and advocation work when community building.
The center focuses on ending violence against American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian women. They offer resources to tribes, advocation, policy development, and technical assistance/training.
Focuses on dismantling criminalization of Black women and girls. They work on creating and enhancing opportunities for incarcerated women/girls. They promote mental health services to help heal black girls and other youth of color.
A national Campaign that focuses on putting an end to all forms of gender violence that Black women, girls, femmes and gender non-conforming people face on a daily basis.
MMIW's mission to help reunite the families of missing indigenous women. They offer support and guidance that is hands on for families of murdered indigenous women to support them through the process of grief.
Focuses on bringing together Native women together for support, celebrate, and exploration of Native Land.