The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma will build its first domestic violence shelter. The tribal council approved $250,000 towards the safe house. Additional funds will be raised for the $500,000 project. The shelter will be open to tribal and non-tribal families. Currently, the tribe's domestic violence program must coordinate with other shelters in the state. Get the Story:
Seminole Nation Council decides to build safe house for victims of domestic violence (The Shawnee News-Star 8/12)
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