To support survivors of domestic and sexual violence and victims of crime in the Hoopa Valley Tribal Community through prevention, education, advocacy, and community collaboration.

Advocacy Program:

The Hoopa Valley Tribal Advocacy Program provides legal and civil advocacy services such as preparation for restraining orders and court advocacy, provides assistance to those individuals (petitioners) who need Temporary Restraining Orders and also accompanies petitioners to Tribal Court before, during, and after their hearing.

Emergency Services & Emergency Services Program:

The Emergency Services includes advocacy and direct assistance to victims of crimes, domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and stalking and their children to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

The Emergency Services Program will be provided to crime victims on a need base; that may include emergency hotel vouchers, emergency food vouchers and home repair (lock and window change). The Emergency Services Program provides on-going advocacy by helping participants navigate the complex social service system on their journey toward self-sufficiency.

Counseling & Support Groups:

Counseling services are available for adult victims of crime, survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault dating violence and stalking through K’ima:w Medical Centers Behavior Health Program. Counseling may be dedicated to helping victims deal with crisis on a long or short-term basis through outreach, individual, or group services. The primary method is empowerment based, culturally sensitive
peer counseling with staff facilitation. Victims with mental health issues are appropriately referred.

Available Assistance:

The Hoopa Valley Tribal Advocate Program will provide the following assistance to qualified victim/survivors:
  1. Emergency Motel Expenses;
  2. Transportation Assistance;
  3. Emergency Food Vouchers;
  4. Emergency Clothing Vouchers;
  5. Emergency Utilities Voucher;
  6. Home Repair (lock and window change).

Hoopa Valley Tribal Advocate Program Services:

Administration: Monday – Friday (8:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Hotline Phone Number: (707) 606-9145
Mailing Address: Post Office Box 1389
                             Hoopa, CA 95546
Phone Number: (530) 625-4305 x. 304
Email: hvtcap3@gmail.com

Crisis Lines

Memorize these numbers or write them in a secure place.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Advocate Program Phone: (707) 606-9145

Humboldt Domestic Violence Services (HDVS): (707) 443-6042

Humboldt Domestic Violence Services 24/7 Support Line (toll free): (866) 668-6543

Hoopa Tribal Advocacy Program



Hoopa Tribal Court P.O. Box 1389 Hoopa, CA 95546

First established in 1974, the Hoopa Valley Tribal Court located in Humboldt County, CA currently has jurisdiction to hear cases arising under the Hoopa Valley Tribal Constitution or statute.

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