The Alliance of Tribal Coalitions to End Violence (ATCEV) is a Native organized and led nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 2013 by Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition leadership to support and strengthen the work, services, training, and technical assistance provided by the Tribal Coalitions to Tribal governments, Tribal communities, and Tribal domestic and sexual violence direct service providers and programs. The ATCEV provides a unified and strengthened voice and presence of the Tribal Coalitions.


The ATCEV works to advance Tribal sovereignty and the safety of American Indian and Alaska Native women by providing support to Tribal Coalitions and Tribal communities in their efforts to address equal justice for survivors of violence.


Our Projects

In line with our mission and vision, the ATCEV has collaborated and created several projects to end violence against Native American and Alaska Native women . Explore our initiatives below or check out our Projects page for more details.

Many Voices, Many Traditions: A FVPSA Toolkit for Working with Indigenous Partners

The Many Voices, Many Traditions Toolkit, a collaborative project between The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center (AKNWRC), The Alliance of Tribal Coalitions to End Violence (ATCEV), The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC), the Capacity Technical Assistance Team of The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), and Pouhana O Nā Wāhine, serves as a toolkit for FVPSA Formula Grantees to build strong and inclusive relationships with indigenous partners and communities. This toolkit provides users with foundational knowledge and historical context when working with indigenous peoples, important landmark decisions that have had an impact on tribal and indigenous communities, as well as more practical information about funding options and building equitable partnerships. 

Map of America with marked locations of the Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions

Office on Violence Against Women Comprehensive Tribal Coalition Training and Technical Assistance Project

The ATCEV is honored to serve as the Office on Violence Against Women Comprehensive Training and Technical Assistance provider of the Tribal Coalition Grant Program. Under a cooperative agreement with the Office on Violence Against Women, ATCEV provides training, technical assistance, and support to the tribal coalition grantees in the areas of organizational capacity, board development, leadership enhancement, outreach, and training strategies. 

Indigenous Ancestral Healing Collective

With the support of a NOVO grant and the generous funding of the Tides Foundation, the Indigenous Ancestral Healing Collective is an endeavor of the ATCEV to bring together organizations and individuals from Hawaii, New Zealand, and Australia to work on finding common healing methods, as well as showcase traditional healing methods used by the peoples in the Collective.

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