Explores historical trauma, family dynamics, relationships, roles parenting, conflict management, and the development of trust and respect in the family.
Addresses issues of Native American identity, what is means to be a Native American man and the role of fathering in Native American culture. Of particular importance is the emphasis on healing the effects of intergenerational trauma, developing skills and confidence as fathers, and defining a lifeway that is healthy and balanced emotionally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Develops the skills and knowledge to live a healthy life as a traditional, spiritual Native American woman. Increase awareness of how intergenerational trauma interrupted the culture, language, family ties, and parenting practices among Native people. Learn how to apply the cultural teachings to bring healing to children, relationships and community.
Provides a character-building framework that will enable youth (ages 13-17) to create healthy identities for themselves as young Native men. Designed to coincide with the school year and other weekly programs, plus it can extend over the summer months.
Provides a prevention education program that will enable youth (ages 8-17) to create healthy identities for themselves as young Native women. Designed to coincide with the school year and other weekly programs, plus it can extend over the summer months.