Domestic Violence | Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence


The Domestic Violence Program provides crisis and emergency services for victims of sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence.

Domestic Violence FAQs

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  • Advocacy and case management
  • Community resource referrals
  • Development of safety plans
  • Job readiness skills
  • Legal and court advocacy
  • Protection orders
  • Shelter referral and placement
  • Transportation
  • Financial Assistance

The staff holds several prevention and awareness activities for community members about issues surrounding domestic violence. We exchange ideas on how to increase awareness of domestic violence and its devastating effects in the communities we serve.

We also are involved with the Community Response Teams in several Ponca Tribal service areas. Members meet monthly to discuss effective and accountable services for perpetrators and enhanced support for victims.

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Domestic Violence


The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska’s Department of Social Services maintains a strict policy on the confidentiality of client records. All information shared, or which we become aware of through our work with clients, will remain confidential. This means it will not be shared with anyone outside our staff unless you have given us written permission. DV staff are located in the following tribal offices:

Domestic Violence


Lincoln: 402-438-9222
Omaha: 402-734-5275
Norfolk: 402-371-8834
Niobrara: 402-857-3391
Sioux City: 712-258-0500
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-SAFE(7233)
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE(4673)