Feasibility Study for Itchik Diiawakaam Family Healing Center

Project Term: 12 months; 2018-2019
Grant Amount: $49,350

This project will support a feasibility study for establishing the Itchik Diiawakaam Family Healing Center within the Apsaalooke Nation. This center aims to provide a program and facility that allows individuals and families to heal together in their community while immersed in Crow cultural values and support. The center’s focus on relational justice, foster care alternatives, integrative approaches to mental and physical health, meaningful work, trauma resolution, and indigenous models of education will serve as a blueprint for the exploration process. The center will be piloted in Lodge Grass on the Crow Indian Reservation, and residents will be engaged in all facets of program creation and implementation. This grant will fund staff time to complete the feasibility study. Project partners include Lodge Grass City Government leadership and tribal community members.

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