Hopi/Tewa Tribal Community Members,
We have finalized the Community Needs Assessment Survey and are providing a Google Docs link and a PDF version if you would like to print copies. To complete the survey in hard copy form our point of contact for the survey and she can answer questions will be Lahoma Davidson of Building Communities. Her email is: [email protected].
The deadline to submit either hard copies or through the Google Docs link is JULY 30th. Collection sites for the hard copies will be the Security Station/Checkpoint at the Hopi Jr./Sr. High School, the Tribal Administration Building at Kykotsmovi and the Upper Village of Moenkopi Administration Office. The collection sites will have a locked dropboxes to collect the assessments and will be collected on a weekly basis. Please contact Lahoma if you have any questions in regards to the assessment or in regards to collection of the information.
We are optimistic and are hopeful that this survey will allow us to gather the information we need to truly create a Victim Services Program within the Tribe that will be helpful to victims of crime in the Hopi/Tewa communities. For those of you new to the Hopi Victim Services Program and what we are looking to accomplish, the description and the link to the webinar is below:
The Hopi Department of Public Safety and Emergency Services in partnership with the Hopi Tewa Women’s Coalition to End Abuse hosted an informational webinar on the Hopi Tribe’s new Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Tribal Victim Services Set Aside grant and it’s mission to create Hopi’s very first Tribal Victim Services Program. We invite you to learn more about this program with presenters who have instrumental hands-on in this project including the Hopi Tribe’s Director of Public Safety and Emergency Services, Jamie Navenma.
The webinar will cover the following:
- The history of the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) and its purpose
- Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Tribal Set Aside grant program and current Hopi award
- A historical milestone for the Hopi Tribe in receiving these funds
- Hopi Tribe’s Tribal Victim Service Set-Aside grant and its goals for a new Tribal Victim Services Program
- The development and potential victim-centered services of the new program
In order for this Community Needs Assessment/Survey to be successful, we need participation from the Hopi population at large. Kwa’kwah for your assistance and your participation in getting the Community Needs Assessment/Survey completed by the Hopi/Tewa public.
Here is the survey link.
Jamie B. Navenma, Director
Department of Public Safety & Emergency Services
P.O. Box 123
Kykotsmovi, Arizona 86039
Work Cell: (928) 497-1487