May 14, 2020

Rise in domestic violence during pandemic

The National Domestic Violence Hotline, which normally receives up to 2,000 calls per day, counted only 951 callers between March 10 and 24. This does not mean that help is not needed; it simply means these victims do not have an opportunity to contact anyone for help.
April 10, 2020

Sexual Assault in Indian Country

In the United States, violence against Native women has reached astonishing levels with more than half of this population reporting they experience sexual violence in their lifetime.
March 30, 2020

Couponing event instills frugal shopping skills

The free event held in January 2020 by CPN’s House of Hope taught the community how to shop efficiently and live frugally. The 40 attendees also heard about financial abuse and its effect on relationships.
February 21, 2020

Quiz: How healthy is your relationship?

This quiz may help you determine if you are in a healthy relationship. Just read each question and answer honestly for yourself.
January 16, 2020

January is Stalking Awareness Month

The month of January is focused on stalking awareness, and our main objective here at the House of Hope is to educate the public about the reality of stalking and how it effects victims.
December 6, 2019

House of Hope’s holiday toy drive

Citizen Potawatomi Nation House of Hope is asking the community this holiday season to give to the souls at Christmas that need it the most.
November 15, 2019

House of Hope offers parenting classes

Parents want what is best for their children, but knowing how to provide that sometimes can be tough. At the House of Hope, we offer parenting classes, at no charge, to those in the community who either need or desire such training.
July 19, 2019

May honored as distinguished social worker alumni by East Central University

CPN Indian Child Welfare Administrative Officer Ashlee May recently received a commendation from her alma mater, East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, for her service at both the House of Hope and ICW.
July 9, 2019

Summer can heat up domestic tensions

Along with the rise in temperature comes a rise in domestic violence cases for shelter advocates and hotlines.