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Trauma Informed, Culture and Resilience Based Training
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The Good Road of Life (GRL) Curriculum

The Good Road of Life is a trauma-informed, culture and resilience-based curriculum that utilizes peer support to overcome multiple risk factors including historical and everyday trauma. The model uses Dr. Clayton Small’s dissertation study completed at Gonzaga University that focused on wellness and healing for Native people.

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

Native HOPE curriculum addresses suicide prevention, violence and bullying, depression, and substance abuse. 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.

Being A Good Relative Curriculum

This equine-assisted curriculum was developed in partnership with the Spotted Bull Resource Recovery Center (SBRRC) located on the Fort Peck Reservation in South Eastern Montana (Sioux and Assiniboine Tribes).

Strategic Visioning Training

This 2 to 3 day training is designed to assist tribal leaders and organizations to review and update their long and short term strategic plans.

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