NATI Training

fp Extending our Families through Unity:
Native American Foster Parent Training Our
Native American children deserve to have the best care possible and this training prepares foster parents to do justthat. It is a one-of-a-kind and user-friendly curriculum based on traditions and culture of American Indian people. The curriculum provides helpful hints and tools foster parents use to problem solve in their everyday lives as care givers. 
Curriculum with training $500 Plus Shipping & Handling $49
Curriculum without training $750 Plus
Shipping & Handling $49
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wrap Wraparound in Indian Country:
The Ways of the People are Who We Are
The wraparound concept is both old and new in Indian Country. While the wraparound process is a new way for professionals to work with children and families in crisis, the practice of calling on one’s relatives and the community for support has been in Indian
communities for hundreds of years. This training module is an adaptation of national training incorporating Native American perspectives and best
practices learned by tribes.
Curriculum with training $500 Plus Shipping & Handling $49
Curriculum without training $750 Shipping & Handling $49
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waar We Are All Related: Relationships in Perspective:
 A Guide for Native American Youth 
Native American people view the world and everything in it as a relative. The quality of a person’s life is based on the quality of their relationship to the Creator, self, other human beings and the natural world. This curriculum is based on this concept and other Native traditions. This unique training is geared toward youth (most appropriate for pre-adolescent to young adult) and can be used as a stand-alone training, a pre-cursor to sex education or a supplementary unit for issues such as drug/alcohol abuse or other health issues.
Curriculum $350 for Extra Board Game $125
Shipping & Handling $15
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ht Historical Trauma in Native America:
Learning and Healing from Historical Trauma
Have you ever wondered why Native American children are over-represented in foster care?  Why a disproportionate number of Indian children are being sent to institutions due to behavioral problems?  Have you ever wondered why Indian people struggle with issues such as alcohol, gambling, abuse and violence?  Or why Native American rates of suicide, depression and other health problems are so high? This training session examines the concept of historical trauma and its effects on present-day
Indian communities.
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For more information regarding training please contact our office at (701) 255-6374.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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