HILI's Native Youth Town Hall Questionnaire
The series of four Town Halls were conducted remotely via webinar by time zones. We welcome your feedback through this online survey. United National Indian Tribal Youth Inc. (UNITY) will be accepting written comments for 30 days after the event. For additional questions email peerguides@unityinc.org.

Your participation in the Healing Indigenous Lives Native youth Town Halls will contribute to developing informed tribal juvenile justice responses that enhance public safety, promote accountability, and empower Native youth and communities.

The Healing Indigenous Lives Initiative (HILI) is supported by a cooperative agreement (2018- TY-FX-K002) between UNITY and the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).

Your written survey answers will earn you 5 raffle entries for a chance to win a free Apple Ipad. Your contact information will not be shared with others and will be used to contact you if you win.
Which timezone do you live in currently? *
If you win the raffle prize for your feedback, what is a good email for UNITY to contact you? *
If you are selected as the raffle winner, what is the best phone number to text you? *
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What helps you feel safe in your community? *
What do you see as the challenges with public safety in your community and how are young people impacted? *
How can young people contribute to creating a safe environment in your community? *
What does resilience mean to you and what do you think helps youth overcome difficult or traumatic situations in their lives? *
UNITY Peer Guides during Virtual Town Hall Series
Have you ever heard of OJJDP before now? If not, OJJDP provides national leadership, coordination, and resources to prevent and respond to juvenile delinquency and victimization. The Office supports states, tribes, and communities as they develop and implement effective and equitable juvenile justice systems that enhance public safety, ensure youth offenders are held appropriately accountable, and empower youth to live productive, law-abiding lives. OJJDP is a component of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. *
What types of programs could OJJDP support that would enhance public safety and help to ensure that juvenile offenders are held appropriately accountable to crime victims and tribal communities? *
What specific assistance can OJJDP provide to help existing programs, support innovative ideas to expand programs, and provide additional training and technical assistance? *
How can OJJDP support efforts to engage youth and build leadership skills in Native youth? *
Anything else you would like to share with OJJDP and our partners?
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