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The right project. The right moment.

On 24, Mar 2017 | In Client News, News | By wyattbrand


Trust. Speak. Heal. Together.

Trust. Speak. Heal. Together.

The day after the presidential election, we got a call that gave us an immense sense of purpose. Wyatt Brand had been chosen for our cultural expertise and multidisciplinary skills to help develop a project to give support and voice to the nation’s most vulnerable and sacred populations. This week, after three months of tireless work, our team helped launch the StrongHearts Native Helpline—a culturally-appropriate, confidential service for Native American victims of domestic violence and concerned family members and friends.

This momentous project is a partnership of National Domestic Violence Hotline and National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, with whom we worked in close collaboration to develop the branding, the website, and a public relations campaign to reach tribal media, stakeholders, and key national reporters. Needless to say, we are humbled to be involved and inspired to be their agency of record for 2017. Scroll down for early media coverage—and we invite you to learn more, share, and follow them here.



The development of the StrongHearts Native Helpline branding was done in close collaboration with tribal stakeholders and following study of iconography appropriate to tribes and the domestic violence survivors community. Media Kit.


The StrongHearts Native Helpline website is a culturally-appropriate, confidential resource for Native American victims of domestic violence and concerned family members and friends—and media seeking to understand these issues and tribal communities.

Press Coverage

USA Today

“New domestic violence hotline starts service”


Public Radio Tulsa, Oklahoma

“New Hotline Available for Native American Survivors
of Domestic and Dating Violence”


Miami News-Record, Florida

“Crisis hotline launched for Native American victims, survivors of violence”


WOWT-NBC in Omaha, Nebraska

“First national crisis line for Native Americans launches today


Native American Calling

“Reaching out to domestic violence survivors”