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2019 Native Issues Forums

Tlingit & Haida and Sealaska are pleased to cohost the 2019 Native Issues Forum series! The forums will feature reports and presentations on a wide range of topics important to our Native community such as Alaska state budget crisis, economic development, education, language, public safety and transboundary mining.

All forums are free and open to the public. The forums are held in the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall located at 320 W. Willoughby Avenue in Juneau, Alaska. Doors open at 11:30 AM and the forums run from noon to 1PM. Lunch is provided. To watch the forums live, visit: www.livestream.com/accounts/507620.

Native Issues Forum Schedule:

For more information, please contact Special Assistant to the President Heather Gatti at 800.344.1432 ext. 7103, 907.463.7103 or hgatti@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Women's Support Group: Phase II Personal & Family Development

The Women’s Support Group is sponsored by Tlingit & Haida’s Tribal Family and Youth Services department. The 13-week program uses a culturally-based approach to help women learn traits of co-dependency, intimacy, a healthy family and the dynamics of healthy relationships. The support group integrates Western therapies with traditional Native American spiritual healing practices, tribal teachings and values.

Topics: Intergenerational Trauma, Historical Grief Anger, Impact of Abuse, Genogram, Focus on Healthy Families, Co-Dependency, Alcoholism as a Family Disease, Victimization and Re-Victimization, Successfully Dealing with Triggers, Hurt, Pain and Sadness, and Medicine Wheel and Traditional Ways of Healing.

To register or for more information, contact Amalia Monreal at 907.463.7171 or

Motherhood Is Sacred™

Please join Tlingit & Haida for its next Motherhood Is Sacred™ (MIS) 12-week program. The MIS sessions help mothers strengthen their families through responsible parenting, encourage participants to use critical thinking, and focus discussions on choice, wisdom, self-identity and relationships. The classes are held every Monday (February 4 - May 6, 2019) from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM at the William G. Demmert Head Start Building (9095 Glacier Highway) in Juneau.

To register or for more information, contact Crystal Christiansen at 907.463.7167 or
cchristiansen@ccthita-nsn.gov or Marianna Bethel at 907.463.7161 or mbethel@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Navigators Study Group

Looking to get your grades up or need some help studying? Tlingit & Haida's Navigators program is ready to help you buckle down and get the most out the school year! Sessions are open to tribal citizen students 13-19 years of age. Math & English tutoring and homework coaching available. Snacks provided.

The study group will run from January 7 - May 22, 2019 and will be held every Monday & Wednesday from 5:00 - 6:30 PM at the Tribe’s Vocational Training & Resource Center (3239 Hospital Drive) in Juneau.

Benefits of Joining the Study Group:

  • Learning Faster with New Skills= More Free Time
  • Breakup the Study Hum Drum
  • Expand Your Mind, Gain New Perspectives
  • Kick Procrastination to the Curb
  • Fill the Gaps, Don't Miss Out & Much More

Win door prizes for learning! Earn one ticket for: RSVP to Texts • Attend Study Group • Do Schoolwork

For more information on the Navigators program, call 907.463.7752 or email navigators@ccthita-nsn.gov.

Fatherhood Is Sacred Sessions®

There is no role in life more important than being a parent...The Fatherhood is Sacred® (FIS) program is a 12-week class that brings fathers together for fun activities and discussions designed to guide them in teaching and raising children to develop the potential and attributes needed for success in life. Dinner and child care are provided. The classes are held very Thursday from 5:00 – 8:00 PM on the second floor of the Andrew Hope Building (320 W. Willoughby Avenue) in Juneau.

12-Week Session Schedule:

  • January 17 – April 4, 2019 (Flyer)
  • April 11 – June 27, 2019 (Flyer)
  • August 1 – October 17, 2019 (Flyer)
  • October 24th – January 16, 2020 (Flyer)

To register or for more information, contact Justin McDonald at 907.463.7197 or jmcdonald@ccthita-nsn.gov.