Announcements

Postponed Class

Tomorrow's Culture is Prevention class has been postponed. Native Connections will reach out to those that have registered with a new date as soon as possible. For questions or more information, please contact Linda Gouge at 405.878.2207.

Classes & Meetings

Fatherhood is Sacred, Motherhood is Sacred Virtual Parenting Class

Register for free and virtual Fatherhood is Sacred, Motherhood is Sacred parenting classes: https://rb.gy/r6lckt. Classes will be held every Tuesday at 6:00 PM starting May 17th via GoToMeeting. For more information please contact Angela Gonzalez (Native Connections Grant Coordinator) at agonzalez@astribe.com or 405.561.7811.

Medicine Wheel & 12 Step Program for Women

Absentee Shawnee Ensuring Hope Project

Every Wednesday starting on April 27th from 6:00pm-8:00pm CST 

Virtual Classes

Outcomes

  • Individuals return to natural order

  • Help rebuild families and assume roles as warriors

Virtual QPR Gatekeeper Training

Suicide Prevention Workshop

Free virtual QPR Gatekeeper Training on Tuesday, April 26th from 11:00AM – 12:00PM hosted by Native Connections. RSVP at https://rb.gy/8wkt0m . For more information, contact Angela Gonzalez at agonzalez@astribe.com or 405.561.7811.


Testimonials

Excellent Services, Wide Variety of Services in one location, Caring Staff and physicians, [and] Excellent Education/ Resources for Native Americans. I would recommend this clinic to others!

Sonja

Good customer service

Very good customer service.

Anonymous

I appreciate the wide variety of services that are in one location. I would recommend this clinic to others because it is convenient and the staff is compassionate. I enjoy my visits because of quality care.

Sarah

Postponed Class

Tomorrow's Culture is Prevention class has been postponed. Native Connections will reach out to those that have registered with a new date as soon as possible. For questions or more information, please contact Linda Gouge at 405.878.2207.

Heart Walk

 

This year’s walk will be in honor of our tribal members who have lost a loved one to heart disease or who have benefited from the American Heart Association.

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