The Grants to Support Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions (Tribal Coalitions Program) builds the capacity of nonprofit, nongovernmental tribal coalitions to end domestic/sexual violence in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. Coalitions consist primarily of organizational members (e.g. sexual assault programs, domestic violence programs, tribal victim services agencies, and other victim services agencies) but may also include individual members. The Tribal Coalitions Program enhances the safety of victims by supporting projects uniquely designed to address domestic/sexual violence amongst American Indian and Alaska Native women.
Tribal Coalition grantees play a number of roles in responding to domestic/sexual violence: they serve as organizing bodies for local agencies; advocate for policy, legislation, or practice changes; and support collaboration between agencies to improve access to critical services for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) women.
Progress Reporting Update
July – December 2023 Period
As before, Tribal Coalition grantees will report their progress using a fillable PDF form that can be downloaded from this website (click on “Reporting form” below). Please submit the completed form as an attachment in your JustGrants account by the January 30, 2024, deadline. For guidance on how to do that, please see the JustGrants website’s Training: Performance Reporting page.
Forms & Instructions
Webinar: Intro to Progress Reporting
Registration is open! If you’re a new OVW discretionary program grantee, this one-hour webinar is for you.
January 9, 2024|2:00-3:00 pm ET
Crafting Narratives Webinar: Telling the Stories Behind Your Data
Registration is open!
January 10, 2024|2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. ET
Webinar: Calculating FTEs
Registration is open! Tallying staff FTEs can be tricky. Join VAWA MEI trainers as we review how to complete the Staff Information section of your semi-annual performance report.
January 24, 2024|2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. ET
2020 Biennial Report to Congress
The Biennial Report to Congress presents aggregate activities and accomplishments that were funded under the Violence Against Women Act and reported by grantees in each funded grant program.