Cultural Competency and Communications

A Three-Dimensional View: Developing Cultural Competency This training is aimed at helping any professional or para-professional working in human services better understand Indigenous culture. By understanding our culture, you are given insight into how members of our community view their environment and our role in it. In addition, with this training you can better avoid […]

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Extending Our Families Through Unity

This training is a one-of-a-kind and user-friendly curriculum based on traditions and cultures of Native American people. It is designed to address significant issues that Native American foster parents have identified. Used across the United States and Canada, this training provides many helpful hints and tolls foster parents can use to problem solve in their […]

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Historical Trauma

Have you ever wondered why Native American children are over-represented in foster care? Or why a disproportionate number of Indigenous children are in residential centers, treatment centers, and group homes? Have you wondered why so many First Nations people struggle with issues such as alcoholism, abuse, and violence? Or why rates for suicide, school drop […]

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Wraparound In Indian Country

The wraparound concept is both old and new in Indian Country. While the wraparound process is a new way for professionals to work with children and families in crisis, the practice of calling on one’s relatives and the community for support has been in Indian communities for hundreds of years. The training module is an […]

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