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Life Skills Development

Empowering Individuals with Essential Tools for Personal Growth and Relationship Building

Program Overview

Life skills are essential tools for navigating the complexities of daily life, and at NATIVE, Inc., we are committed to fostering these skills in our community. Our Life Skills Development program covers a wide range of topics, including boundary setting, emotional intelligence, positive thinking, anger management, and self-efficacy. We believe that these skills are not only crucial for personal growth but also for building healthy relationships and contributing positively to our community. Our program provides a supportive and interactive environment where participants can learn, practice, and refine these skills. Through a series of workshops and activities, participants will gain a deeper understanding of themselves, learn how to manage their emotions effectively, and develop strategies to overcome challenges. Join us as we equip ourselves with the skills to lead fulfilling and successful lives."

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What do we help with?

  • Am I eligible?
    The "Great Plains Indians" Peer Support Program offered by Native Inc. extends its services to individuals who meet specific eligibility criteria. The program is designed to support adults who are currently involved or have recently been involved in the criminal justice system. This includes individuals who may have experienced incarceration, probation, parole, or any form of legal involvement. Native Inc. welcomes individuals from Native American communities within the Great Plains region, providing a culturally sensitive and supportive environment for those seeking peer support. Eligibility is not limited by age, gender, or specific offenses, as the program aims to assist individuals in their journey towards personal growth, positive change, and successful reintegration into their communities.

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