The Northern Arapaho Tribe, White Buffalo Recovery Center and Wind River Hotel Casino-Wellness Program have partnered to bring you this special event.
The Community Healing Gathering will utilize the Mending Broken Hearts Curriculum from White Bison, Inc. The Mending Broken Hearts programs provide culturally-based healing from grief, loss, and Intergenerational Trauma, especially for native peoples from the Unites States and Canada.
Unresolved grief is demonstrated in the many social issues that Native people experience, traditional healthy cultures have been made “sick” by the anger, guilt, shame and fear, passed on from generation to generation. This creates a “culture” that is shame-based. This sense of shame and unresolved grief contributes to the behavioral, emotional, physical, and spiritual issues that challenge wellness.
Please join us as we take steps to help heal our community.
Wind River Tribal College
November 27th, 28th, and 29th, 2018
Open to all community members
8:30a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sweat 6 p.m. on November 29th Location TBA
Participants must commit to attending the full three day event; there is no cost to this event.
Space is limited to 30 participants
Please call 307-856-0470 to register or fill out and submit this registration form at the 789 Wellness Dept. (Old Bingo Hall, 789 Smoke Shop), White Buffalo Recovery Center (Great Plains, Arapahoe), or Youth Prevention office (St. Michaels, Ethete)