ADABI provides advocacy, prevention, intervention, direct care services and a safe home network program for victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
ADABI serves victim’s of intimate partner violence within the Chinle Agency and surrounding areas of the Navajo Nation.
Our services are culturally sensitive, respectful, free of discrimination against race, religion, culture and sexual orientation.
Who you see at ADABI, what you say at ADABI, what you hear here at ADABI, STAYS here at ADABI when you leave.
ADABI is one of a few domestic violence shelters for women, children & men on the Navajo Nation, which is located in northern Arizona, western New Mexico, and southwestern Utah. ADABI is a non-profit organization & needs donations to continue its work. Please contact ADABI to ask how to DONATE by calling (928) 674-8314.
in an effort to offer support and solidarity at a time when much pain has affected the family of Ashlynne Mike, ADABI and the Chinle Community offers its condolences. The life that was stolen brings to heart the realities of the frailties of life. The abduction and murder of a young life brings to light the dangers of the evilness within the heart of a heartless individual. The message always holds true to the significance of bringing awareness of power and control in regards to the evil nature of the one responsible for the heinous act. Communication has been the building block of any community, and as such, as individuals and as Navajo’s we must always be willing to communicate the importance of support in such a difficult time. In Ashlynne’s memory we each must make it known to keep our children close and reiterate to them that they are loved. In a moment of truth, I urge each of you to take a moment to say a prayer for the family of Ashlynne Mike.
If you suspect child abuse or sexual assault please contact your local police.
If you want to talk to a victim advocate in a safe and supportive environment you can contact ADABI, which is located in Chinle, AZ