Victim's Assistance Program

The Choctaw Nation Tribal Victim Assistance Program provided comprehensive Victim Services to Native American victims of crime. The services provided include: emergency food, clothing, shelter, safety plans, goal planning, court room advocacy (support), and other emergency services that will restore the victims’ sense of dignity and self-esteem.


  • Crime Victims, which include: (but are not limited to) victims of the following crimes:
    • Child Trauma
    • Elder Abuse
    • Homicide
    • Gang Violence
    • DWI Victims of Crime
    • Other Crimes
  • Crime Victims that hold a Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) from a Federally Recognized Tribe
  • Crime Victims that reside within the 10½ counties of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Executive Director: Randy Hammons
Senior Director: Linda Goodwin
Director: Vicki Perez

Victim Advocates:
Dana Kuykendall (OVC)
Bruce Frazier

Phone: 1-877-285-6893

This program is Grant funded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, and U.S. Department of Justice.


Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside (Rack Card - PDF)

Elder Abuse Victim (Brochure - PDF)

Project House (Brochure - PDF)

Essential Life Skills (Rack Card - PDF)