NEXT GEN Red Road Program
The objectives of the training are:
To provide participants with an opportunity for self-examination and personal growth through experiencing a holistic and culturally relevant model that promotes healing from trauma, grief and addiction
To provide cultural knowledge with an opportunity to regenerate one’s spirit for balance
To promote an understanding of the importance of cultural uniqueness when engaging with Native American youth.
The NEXTGEN Red Road Approach Curriculum for Youth is a grass roots-based program for community members, social workers, mental health clinicians, addiction counselors, case managers, spiritual practitioners, tribal law enforcement, school faculty and anyone interested in learning the Red Road Approach to Healing.
Who Should Attend
This curriculum is a 16-20 week youth program that can be implemented within communities, schools, counseling and treatment centers and other agencies that serve youth.
This curriculum seeks to facilitate a safe environment for participants to identify communication styles that encourage healthy expression, exploration of collective and individual identity, leadership and “Healing Through Feeling.”
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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.