Victim Services Program

Vision

 

The Bear River Band Tribal Victim Services Program envisions a place where Tribal Members have a dedicated, well-educated and efficient Multi-Disciplinary Team working for and with survivors to access services and resources to begin breaking the cycles of intergenerational trauma and restoring power to Indigenous peoples impacted by crime.

Mission Statement

The Bear River Band Tribal Victim Services Program promotes Tribal welfare by providing survivor-centered support and promoting the empowerment of survivors through culturally appropriate advocacy and traditional-based educational practices. 

Values

Healing, Families, Culture, Commitment Wellness, Respect, Growth, Honor, Courage, Integrity, Authenticity, Reliability

Caleb Hare
Victim Services Advocate 

707-733-1900 Ext. 1326
calebhare@brb-nsn.gov

Megan Siaosi 
Tribal Court Director 


707-733-1900 Ext. 1325
megansiaosi@brb-nsn-gov



 

Bear River Band Victim Services Program assistance & services provided include but are not limited to: 

  • Emergency Shelter (5-night Lodging)

  • Relocation Cost (Deposit & two months’ rent)

  • Regional Bus Passes and Transportation Assistance Emergency Food Vouchers Emergency Clothing Voucher Emergency Shelter Supplies Personal Care Kits for SART Exams  

  • Outreach and Awareness Therapeutic Supplies Assistance with and access to forms And paperwork

  • other application processes Advocacy/Accompaniment Referrals/connecting to resources

  • Crisis Intervention

We will have an updated brochure to add to the VSP page soon.