We provide support services to Indigenous survivors of violence and MMIWG2 families on an as requested, limited basis. Here are the current services SBI offers:

  • Virtual Art Therapy Circles - Beading, Northern California Jewelry, Drop-In Craft Circle, Songwriting, Land-Based MMIWG2 Prayer Altars. Circles that require supplies provide free starter kits to Indigenous survivors and MMIWP families.

  • MMIWG2 Virtual Book Club - One novel and one non-fiction book per month, with financial assistance in purchasing ebooks for Indigenous survivors and MMIWP families.

  • Virtual Support Groups - Meet weekly on Thursdays--Survivors of Violence (2PM Pacific), Teen Girls & Young Women (3:30PM Pacific), MMIWP Families (5:30PM Pacific).

  • Support Line - Open 9AM-3PM Pacific, Monday through Saturday. Confidential call line that receives both calls and texts, that can provide emotional support and referrals to direct services throughout the US and Canada. Call or text us at (707) 335-6263.

  • Direct Services for Indigenous Survivors MMIWG2 Families - Can include help organizing or paying for vigils and memorials, referrals for therapists and healthcare, referrals for emergency or transitional housing, custom design work for awareness designs, emotional support, liaison to law enforcement and media, assistance in pushing cases forward, assistance in locating healing opportunities or resources. We have additional resources available to families within current study areas, Northern California and SE Montana.