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your story. Develop structure for Healing to Wellness for the whole family with the Circle of Life curriculum. Tetlin Village Council has established a youth center so the youth have a safe, drug and alcohol free environment. Elders, adults, and youth will go on camping trips to learn springtime subsistence activities. The resource basket. Sand Point. Native Youth Olympics teaches endurance and stamina to the youth. Together in partnership with our Tribes and Communities to prevent the delinquency of Alaska Native Youth.
Implementing cultural and traditional classes at the Andrew K Demoski School by planning, building and maintaining a culture camp to learn subsistence and traditions of our people and to establish a Nulato Tribal Youth Court. Iguigig Village Council will hold a 4-day culture camp to reconnect youth and community members to their ancestral lands.
Native Village of Tetlin. Grantees: Juvenile Healing to Wellness Programs.
This will provide an opportunity of Elders, adults, and youth to interact with each other for over 4 months of activities. Ketchikan Indian Community. Some topics will include valuing their culture, homes, and respect for self and others. Keep at-risk youth from turning to a life of crime. The Kipnuk Youth Program wants healthy, safe, confident and happy youth while preventing alcohol use, substance use, crime, vandalism, and self-harm.
Native Village of Port Graham. Award Listing. The proposed ONC Juvenile Healing to Wellness Courts will handle juvenile alcohol and drug cases in a way that will combine judicial supervision, substance abuse treatment, case management, drug testing, and graduated incentives and sanctions to help young people with substance use disorders achieve sustained recovery and avoid reoffending.
Native Village of Barrow. Native Village of Kipnuk. Who We Are. Grantee Map. Grantee Success Stories. It will do this through training the Tribal Youth Court to implement key components 1 individual and community healing focus2 referral points and legal processand 6 incentives and sanctions of the 10 key components of a tribal healing to wellness court. Fairbanks, AK.
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This project will provide youth camps that teach traditional seal hunting and ice fishing skills, safety and survival. Helen Gregorio. Continue to accept participants into the Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court. It is through this process invisible barriers to learning may begin to break down.
The target population of this project is community youth, with a large population of tribal youth, ages 8 to 20 under the age of View full listing below:. Qualified stakeholders are selected to inform and provide program guidance. NVOPG will offer open gym nights for the entire community. This in turn will help address some of the overall attendance rates.
Younger people really seem to connect with elders and are hungry and ask for more.
Begin screening court-involved juveniles and young adult under age 21 for eligibility for the Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court. Youth will work alongside Elders to learn traditional and modern ways of ice fishing, sewing, and beading patterns that reflect their communities way of life.
FNA is filing their report on and is in Year 4 of their program. Participating youth will be engaged in activities that lead to healthy, resilient and culturally centered practices. By using this cultural approach with targeted students, staff was equipped with a skill to develop emotional literacy, to promote healing and to build healthy relationships in our school communities. Grantees: to Present. Our goal is to reach youth in the age group years to support the reduction of juvenile delinquency among Alaskan youth — next RFP to be announced pending funding the end of May For more information, visit www.
Alaska Grantees. Address culturally responsive sobriety and healing services. Grantee Success. Have a fully developed curriculum to use with families. Create a community of youth that are free of alcohol substance abuse. Organized Village of Kake. This project will provide youth workshops in winter pike fishing and traditional sewing. The Metlakatla Youth Leadership will provide empowerment sessions that aim to support youth mindfulness, leadership, and cultural practices that support wellness and resiliency.
Our Mission. The community of Newhalen will provide youth workshops to make traditional Uluaqs, drums, headdresses, and traditional clothing. Youth will learn from Elders the traditional ways of living and how important helping one another is vital to a good community. Idea topics can include the following: Circle Peacemaking i. Your story will inspire and support others in their journey to building a healthier community.
To our current grantees we look forward to seeing you all in Anchorage to learn from one another and talk strategic planning! Current Alaska Grantees, and Fairbanks Native Association. Kids enter the justice system or kids enter substance abuse treatment.
By having regular workshops and sessions for youth and adults at the school will help improve the long-term relationship between the educators, parents, guardians, the school administration and the Village Council. The systems are not well linked and have no overarching framework or structure. Reducing truancy through culturally-proficient tutors with an emphasis on trauma-informed approach to reduce the risk possible criminal activities.
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Tim has already collected youth surveys and needs to know how to utilize the data collected. Grantees: Tribal Youth Programs. Complete a comprehensive juvenile Healing to Wellness Court policies and procedure manual. Elders will work alongside youth and project lead to facilitate camps. NVOPG youth will understand what bullying is, as well as the consequences of bullying and to defend themselves from bullying while teaching leadership skills and allow with to interacting with the adults in their community.
Develop after care program for youth returning from treatment or detention. FNA will zero out their funds to close their program. Our Grantees. The youth will be instructed by an Elder who will teach how to sew a cultural quilt that will be displayed within the community. Engage multidisciplinary steering committee to validate JHWC staff developed policies and procedures manual, bench books, screening and assessment tools, and chat handbooks.
The session will integrate lessons that are based on Universal Alaska Native Values: live carefully, take care of others, honor your Elders, pray for guidance, to see connections in everything. NVOPG will invite speakers from law enforcement agencies, Chugachmiut behavioral health staff and other motivational inspirational speakers.
The ONC Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court is a comprehensive project that will have a positive impact on our tribe and aligns with broader planning efforts and with community support. Identify the issues that lead to such a disparity among native youth and non-native youth in school attendance, school involvement, and graduation rates. This project will provide youth with workshops to learn skills in ice fishing and traditional kuspuk sewing and beading. They are planning community conduct a quilting workshop for youth. NVOPG is in their adult year of their program.
Recently Awarded. This project is to implement the Tribal Youth Court to improve the health, safety, and welfare of youth ages in Sand Point, including addressing minor alcohol possession and consumption issues. We love to hear your success! There are metlakatla 11 Statewide Grantees who represent 10 Communities and indian numerous surrounding communities. Emerging will be a trauma-sensitive approach to support our students in a restorative school community.
Conduct assessment of needs Strategic Planning to capture current youth needs and interests. The program will include mentoring, youth development, truancy, and school dropout prevention programs such as after-school programs, anti-bullying, and parenting education programs. When we conduct Circle of Life, the elders recognize the teachings and are so appreciative of the venue to share their knowledge.
Native Village of Nulato. Togiak, AK. Daphne Gustafson. The goal of this Tribal Youth Program is to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency in the rural community of Kake, Alaska by developing a Youth Circle Peacemaking program. Increased coordination for therapeutic youth services. FY The Kokhanok Village Council. Community is made aware of the values and practices associated with the new JHWC.
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