Events

Native American TIPS-MAPP Leader Training

NICWC is excited to host another NA TIPS-MAPP Training!!!

At this training you will learn how to lead the TIPS-MAPP Native American Edition for licensing foster and adoptive parents.  

This training will be held virtually and in-person.  The dates for the virtually training are on September 26 – 28 , 2022 and September 29 – 30, 2022.  The in-person dates are October 18 – 21, 2022 at the Confederate Salish Kootenai Tribes in Montana.

Participants are required to attend the full training to receive their leader certification.

Price: $1,600

Please click here to register.

For more information, please contact Sami at Sami@nicwc.org or at 855-280-2526.

Dinner and Documentary Event with Silent Auction

Join us for dinner and a documentary on October 10th!

Blood Memory is a documentary of a survivor of the American Indian Adoption Era who helps generations of displaced relatives find their way home through song and ceremony.

The dinner menu will be coming soon!

We will be having a silent auction through out the night! Pictures of the items will be posted on our Facebook Page (@NebraskaICWC).

Tickets are $25 each.  Please click here to purchase tickets or scan the QR code on the flyer.

This event will be held at the Indian Center Inc.

For more information, please contact LaToya at LaToya@nicwc.org  or at 855-280-2526.

Motherhood is Sacred and Fatherhood is Sacred

UPDATE:  Another class is being offered on Thursday from 11:30 am – 1:30 am beginning August 25, 2022.  To register, please click here.  

The curriculum offers participants the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of responsible fatherhood and motherhood as reflected in Native American values and beliefs. There is an immediate need to bring parents back to strengthening families— they are the greatest untapped resource. Fathers and mothers are the solution to the problems that face communities and must take the leading role in keeping their families together!

​NICWC, Inc. is offering virtual Motherhood is Sacred Classes and has an active partnership with the Society of Care and Morning Star Counseling for the Fatherhood is Sacred Program.

MIS and FIS is a curriculum developed by the Native American Fatherhood and Families Foundation (NAFFA).

Register here for the next class starting on August 16, 2022.

For more information about the curriculum, please click here.

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