RFP – Ho-Chunk Nation, Project Administrative Services: Kijire Nagu Healing Center

Please click HCN Seal image to downed PDF copy.   Purpose of Request for Proposal The Ho-Chunk Nation (HCN) is requesting proposals for qualified individuals to serve as Project Administrator for the delivery of projects as outlined in the Comprehensive … Continue reading

Share Button

“Process to Engage” Traditional Native American Practices for Substance Abuse Recovery

From SevenGenFund: Traditional Native American Practices for Substance Abuse Recovery.

Share Button

“Ki Jire Nagu” meeting is next Tuesday, January 14th at 1:00 PM

“Ki Jire Nagu” (KJN) Healing Center meeting is next Tuesday, January 14th at 1:00 PM at Behavioral Health Conference Room (old clinic) in BRF. You must have faith that all of the things you expect from life are possible for … Continue reading

Share Button

(NACE) “Critical Dialogue with Native Youth about Underage Drinking: Our Culture is Prevention

From: SAMHSA We are pleased to share with you a new media resource for use by tribal communities to encourage dialog among youth, families, and community members about the prevention of underage drinking and its related consequences. Using ‘Culture is Prevention’ … Continue reading

Share Button

New Dealer on the Rez – N.D. Tribal Prescription Drug Campaign

From: NDsubstanceabuseprev January 2012 – North Dakota Tribal Communities are taking a stand against prescription drug abuse. In an effort to reduce prescription drug abuse, the North Dakota Department of Human Services, North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission, and Tribal Prevention Coordinators … Continue reading

Share Button

Drugs & Alcohol – teen panel

From Nativestand7 This is a video featuring two youth who share their stories about their past drug and alcohol use. The youth panel was part of the NativeSTAND youth conference in Chehalis, WA, (August 2009).

Share Button

Prescription Drug Abuse in Indian Country Lamar Associates

From: Indian Country Training, a division of Lamar Associates, 100 percent Native American owned Professional Training and Technical Assistance company. Prescription Drug Abuse in Indian Country continues to increase and in some Tribal communities eclipse the methamphetamine crisis. This interview took … Continue reading

Share Button