Prevention. Intervention. Respect.
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Participating Projects

A total of five projects have agreed to partner with the Center for Native Child and Family Resilience to build and enhance their culturally based programs designed to strengthen community and family resilience. Click on the names below to learn more about each of them and how they envision strengthening their prevention services and decreasing child endangerment programs.

Identify and transmit traditional and contemporary Cowlitz cultural values and practices throughout the Tribe’s health and human services programs and include participation in Cowlitz cultural activities and events.

Tribal Family Services (TFS) would like to continue its prevention and early intervention program efforts and develop a trauma-informed clinic with programming that provides guidance and draws in the community to seek help when they need or want it

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The Tlingit and Haida Tribal Family and Youth Services Department (TFYS) is developing a 3-year Native Women’s Counseling and Treatment Initiative to formalize, pilot, evaluate, refine, and export an existing family-focused, culturally based counseling/treatment model for addressing the complex issues of domestic violence, abuse, unresolved grief, historical, and intergenerational and related traumas.

The TK Program, created by a Tribal community, was “designed to be holistic in nature[;] when we have families that come to us seeking services, we lend an active listening ear so that we can provide them with the services they need and are willing to engage in.”

The Oglala Lakota Children’s Justice Center (OLCJC) program exists for all Lakota children and their families in the nine districts of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation who have been traumatized by sexual, emotional, or physical abuse.

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