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Indigenous Programming

  • Anishinaabe Sexuality Knowledge Keepers (ASKK)
    • ASKK is an Indigenous-centered program that trains adults to share sexual and reproductive health information with their families and communities. Participants will be trained on topics such as HIV/AIDS, STIS, how to be an askable adult, healthy relationships, reproductive anatomy, contraception, LGBTQ2s and more! All information is medically accurate and culturally relevant. Teaching kits, resources, food and transportation are provided. Upon completion of the program, each participant will receive $200.
  • Native STAND
    • Native Stand is a peer education program for Native youth to learn about healthy sexuality and then share knowledge with others. Topics include HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, communication skills, reproductive anatomy, birth control, LGBTQ2S and more. Teaching kits, resources, food and transportation are provided. Participants who meet peer education and attendance goals will receive a $150 gift card.

More info and registration:

701.936.6140 or [email protected]