Project Period Extension Roundtable Discussion

On behalf of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), the Tribal Youth Resource Center (TYRC) would like to invite you to a virtual roundtable discussion with panelists Lynn Bigboy (Tribal Youth Program, Bad River, WI), Dave McArthur (Tribal Youth Program & Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court, White Earth Nation, MN), Norma Nahsonhoya (Juvenile Healing to Wellness Court, Gila

Online Learning Event: Live Panel on Cultural Considerations in Trauma-Informed Care

Cultural connectedness is one of the strongest protective factors for American Indian youth. A panel of experts from the National Native Children’s Trauma Center will discuss the essential role of cultural connectedness in providing trauma-informed care to Tribal youth. Learning Objectives: Describe both Western and Indigenous-based evidence of cultural connectedness as a protective factor and

Compassion Fatigue

Compassion fatigue is a broadly defined concept that can include emotional, physical, and spiritual distress in those providing care to another. It is associated with caregiving where individuals are experiencing significant emotional or physical pain and suffering. This session seeks to utilize GONA to support tribal youth serving staff. Learning Objectives: Attendees will learn to

Tribal Youth Resource Center Online Learning Event: Building & Sustaining Partnerships to Support Tribal Truancy Prevention

Facilitators: Johanna Farmer, Consultant, Tribal Law and Policy Institute & Anna Clough, Tribal Youth Resource Center Description: We cannot do this work alone. Building and sustaining partnerships in tribal truancy prevention programs can help reduce student absenteeism. Partnerships form a shared ownership and responsibility for the success of program-involved youth. This session is designed to

Creating a Safe School and Community Environment for Youth, Part 1: Strategies and Solutions

Description: OJJDP will host ”Safe School and Community Environment for Youth, Part 1: Strategies and Solutions” as part of OJJDP’s Preventing Youth Hate Crimes & Identity-Based Bullying Initiative webinar series. During the webinar, which is targeted to school communities, presenters will: Describe what safe and affirming behaviors look like versus rejecting behaviors. Discuss how to instill

Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP): Native Youth Grant-Makers Informational Webinar

Description: Native Americans in Philanthropy’s (NAP)  newest program, Native Youth Grant-Makers is designed for Indigenous youth aged 18-24 who are connected to their community (urban, rural, or reservation) and want to grow their leadership skills, advocate for Native youth and youth programs, and learn more about the philanthropic sector.  NAP is hosting a webinar for interested applicants and representatives from potential sponsoring Tribes, TCUs,

FY 2021 TYP & JHWC Welcome OLE

Description: This webinar is for the FY 2021 CTAS Purpose Areas 8 and 9 Registration Link: