"peaceful relations with one another"
Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations
at Pleasant Point ~ Sipayik
Services for Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking and Dating Violence
The mission of Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations is to effect change within our Tribal community where equality, respect and nonviolence become cornerstones of all relationships. Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations is dedicated to ending domestic violence by assisting victims in regaining personal safety and control of their life, ensuring accountability of batterers within the Tribal law enforcement and judicial systems, and promoting peaceful relations in our Tribal community.24 Hour toll free Hotline
Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations Services:
~24 hour telephone Hotline
~24 hour Crisis Intervention
~ Emotional Support
~Restore safety at home through door lock replacement and window alarms
~Information and resource referrals
~Advocacy in expressed areas of interests
~Assistance with securing Protection From Abuse/Harassment Orders
~Accompaniment to Tribal/State Court
~Legal representation in civil matters arising from domestic violence
~Transitional assistance for victims who have become homeless due to domestic violence*Call our 24 hour hotline whenever you need to talk to someone or want more information.
Staff: Nancy Soctomah, Director
Tori Neptune, Advocate
Office Physical Location:
Tribal Office Building, 9 Sakom Road,
Pleasant Point Reservation
Mailing Address: PO Box 343, Perry, ME 04667
Telephone: Business Line: 853-2600 ext 266 or 291
Emergency 24 Hour Help Line: 1-877-853-2613
“Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations is a proud Board member of the Wabanaki Women’s Coalition (WWC) which is a non-profit Tribal Domestic and Sexual Violence Coalition serving the five Wabanaki Tribes of Maine.”
Services reflect the culture and values of the Passamaquoddy community. Services are confidential. Services are provided in a manner that is respectful of each persons individuality, strengths and decisions.
How Can You Help?
You can become a trained volunteer advocate and answer calls on the community help line.
You can designate your home as a safe house so that people who do not feel safe in their own home will have a safe place to live for a temporary period of time within our community.
Call the Pleasant Point Police Department at 911 when a crime of domestic violence or sexual assault is occurring.
Speak out against domestic and sexual violence whenever the opportunity arises in your personal interactions with others.
Offer non-judgmental support to those who are affected by domestic and/or sexual violence.
Passamaquoddy Peaceful Relations Program is funded by grants from the United Stetes Department of Health and Human Services, Family Violence Prevention Services and the US Department of Justice, Office of Violence Against Women grant program.