Housing Resource Library

Our Resource Library includes culturally rooted resources developed by or identified by the STTARS Indigenous Safe Housing Center to support Tribes, Tribal programs, and advocates working to address the intersection of housing instability/homeless and gender-based violence, as well as other materials and publications from partners and others in community with us. Resources that are the work of STTARS and shared in this library may be repurposed or reproduced as long as the work is appropriately cited.

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Housing Resources


After years of grassroots advocacy to raise awareness and provide support for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women impacted by the intersection of gender-based violence and... Read More ››

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Website | Indian Housing Management Resources

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Website | Pathways Home: A Native Homeownership Guide for Homebuyers Resources Read More ››


The newly established Tribal Safe Housing Center was created to address the intersection of housing instability/homelessness and domestic violence. Read More ››


A guide to give to women and children staying in your shelter. 32 pages/booklet. Booklets are sold and shipped in bundles of 10.

Price: $40 + $15 for shipping.


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Shelter & Other Safe Space Info Packet

Fact Sheet

This Q&A provides information about federal civil rights laws that apply to domestic violence shelters and the services they provide to clients. Read More ››


This project was intended to facilitate consultation from AI/AN people with disabilities, tribal leaders & communities, to obtain information & recommend strategies for improving services. Read More ››

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Communal living situations are always hard, and introducing service animals into the mix can create more complications, conflicts and confusion. Read More ››

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This guide is written for DV/SA service providers in Wisconsin to provide a basic understanding of the laws affecting access to programs and services for people with disabilities. Read More ››