We also connect diverse partners in communities across the state to better serve victims, from social and legal services to law enforcement and legislators.
Awareness (IDENTIFICATION) CAWS North Dakota encourages communities to start talking and keep the conversation going about violence – how to identify it, how to get help and how to end it.
We provide training, leadership development and technical support to these partners.
We encourage public policy and laws that help victims and hold all offenders accountable.
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Taxes paid by employers in North Dakota fund the program and employers may not deduct these taxes from employee wages.
If an employer asks you to agree to have the unemployment insurance tax deducted from your wages, you can refuse. More information about unemployment benefits in North Dakota can be found on the website of the Job Service North Dakota.
They are intended to partially replace your lost wages while you look for a new job.
These benefits are provided through an insurance program run jointly by the federal government and North Dakota.