Programs


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Native P.R.I.D.E. proudly offers the following programs for Indian Country:

The Good Road of Life

A major outcome for Native men and their family members, who successfully complete this curriculum, will result in strengthening family involvement, family preservation and responsible fatherhood. Native men are the most at-risk population in the U.S. due to substance abuse, violence, incarceration, suicide, and trauma. Native women experience the highest rate of violence from Native men among all races in the U.S. This culture-based program uses sources of strength such as spirituality, humor, and healing to assist Native men and their family members address the impact of colonization, trauma, racism and other challenges that threaten the well-being of children and families. The curriculum for Native men is designed to assist Native men reclaim their roles as brave warriors, fathers, and husbands who provide for and protect their families and communities. The curriculum for Native families is designed to assist Native men, women, and their children to address unresolved conflicts in relationships, improve communication skills, and keep Native families together. The implementation of this program is made possible by a grant from the Administration for Native Americans (ANA).

 

Native H.O.P.E. (Helping Our People Endure)

The process in the Native H.O.P.E. program intentionally creates a safe and sacred place through culture, spirituality and humor for participants to address suicide, depression, trauma, violence, and substance abuse. Participants share openly and honestly about the challenges in their lives and make commitments to make positive changes in their attitude and behavior, as well as, to support each other. This peer-counseling approach has proven to be highly effective for Native youth to break the “code of silence.” This process allows Native youth to help their friends and peers get through crisis situations, and make the necessary referrals for support. This model includes training community members in facilitation and group process skills to continue ongoing “booster” prevention and leadership activities. Our Native youth are full of “hope and promise” and need access and opportunity to develop their leadership potential.

OTHER PROGRAMS

Native P.R.I.D.E. also offers culture-based training programs that address: strategic action-planning, team-trust building, diversity, organizational/leadership development, communication/mediation, and creating positive change.

 

  • Youth leadership
  • Strategic action-planning
  • Team-trust building
  • Diversity
  • Organizational/leadership development
  • Communication/mediation
  • Creating positive change

 


Call us now to confirm a training for your community or join us for one of our upcoming trainings:


Office: 505-897-7968

Dr. Clayton Small:  (505) 321-2808    Email: clayton@nativeprideus.org

Dr. Maha Small:  (505) 321-3048   Email: maha@nativeprideus.org