Tonkawa Community Needs Assessment Survey
NA•HO•N is the Tonkawa tribal word for "home". We are a non-discriminant program that helps domestic violence victims ages 18 and older regardless of race, color, or national origin. We are a brand new program that will focus on transitional housing, training, and strategic planning. Our program will target Tonkawa tribal members, residents of Tonkawa, and Tonkawa students and employees of NOC. We are seeking information on the availability of resources and services for victims of crime in Tonkawa.

We recognize that your time is valuable and hope that you will take a few minutes to answer 15 simple questions about your community. Your responses on this survey will help the program best assist victims, develop a community-focused strategic plan for future funding, and improve services for crime victims. We need at least 40 responses to utilize the data.

We will honor your confidentiality. Your participation is completely voluntary and you may choose to not reply to any question on this survey. Your responses will be kept anonymous. Choosing to reply to this survey will be seen as your voluntary consent to this process.

Thank you for your participation. Your voice is valuable!

This project is supported by grant number 2018-VO-GX-0168, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this product are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.
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Please rank the top THREE (3) crime victimization issues that threaten Tonkawa residents, Tonkawa tribal members, or the campus teachers or students of NOC. Place a “1,” “2,” or “3” in the appropriate space below.
Child Neglect
Child Physical/Sexual Abuse
Domestic/Family Violence
Elder Abuse
Drunk/Drugged Driving
Gang Violence
Identity Theft/Fraud
Labor Trafficking
Sex Trafficking
Sexual Assault
Check all communities that apply to you:
How would you or a family member access services if you were a victim of a crime? Check all that apply.
How likely are you to contact law enforcement regarding an issue of domestic violence, sexual assault, or any other crime?
Very Likely
Somewhat Likely
Very Unlikely
Not Sure
Domestic Violence
Sexual Assault
Other Crime
Are you aware that the NA•HO•N Program can provide assistance to domestic violence victims over the age of 18 in our community?
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If “yes”, please check the services you are aware they provide. Check all that apply.
What is the best way for the NA•HO•N Program to share information? Please check all that apply.
In your opinion, what events or different ways could NA•HO•N Program staff share information about victim services at the Tonkawa Tribe, City of Tonkawa, or NOC Campus?
During the last 6 months, have you or a family member been a victim of a crime in our community?
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Have you or a family member accessed any type of victim services from a provider/program in the last 6 months?
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Have you ever experienced any of the following from a romantic partner or family member? Check all that apply
If you or a family member did access services from a provider/program, is there something you might change about the service(s) that were provided to you?
If you have been a victim of crime, yet did not access services through a victim services provider/program, why not?
How concerned are you about each crime occurring in the community?
Not concerned
Slightly concerned
Very concerned
Domestic Violence
Sexual Assault
Human Trafficking
Elder Abuse
Child Abuse/Neglect
How can the NA•HO•N Program serve victims of crime in our community most effectively?
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