KNFTHC Legal Aid

The Kaw Nation Family Trauma Healing Center stands as a beacon of support and empowerment for victims, demonstrating a comprehensive approach to healing that extends beyond emotional and psychological realms. One of its remarkable features lies in its adept ability to address the legal challenges faced by victims, offering a spectrum of services designed to navigate the complexities of the legal system. The center’s Victim Advocacy program ensures that individuals receive compassionate and informed guidance, empowering them to assert their rights and make informed decisions. 


While sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking can affect victims in any age group, individuals who are 50 years of age or older who experience elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation can face unique barriers when receiving services. Recognizing this, The Kaw Nation Later in Life Program strives to alleviate gaps in direct services for elderly-specific survivors of abuse and continue to respond to the growing needs for victim/survivors in Kay County.

Furthermore, the Center provides Court Advocacy/Accompaniment, where trained advocates accompany victims through legal proceedings, offering a source of comfort and support during what can be an intimidating process. Protective Order Assistance is another critical service offered, aiding victims in securing legal protections against further harm. Recognizing the practical barriers victims may encounter, the center extends a helping hand through Transportation Assistance, ensuring that individuals can access the necessary legal resources without additional stress. Through these multifaceted legal support services, the Kaw Nation Family Trauma Healing Center is not only a haven for emotional healing but also a staunch ally in the pursuit of justice and the restoration of agency for those who have endured trauma.

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106 W. 7th Newkirk, OK 74647


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